GOLF.com goes inside the numbers to revel interesting facts about Harbour Town Golf links and the players who competed there this week.

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3. The Big Easy Can Roll the Rock Ernie Els may be best known for his effortless-looking swing, but statistically, the South African is the best putter on the PGA Tour in 2007. Els currently leads the Tour in Putting Average (1.702), One-Putt Percentage (47.22%), Putts Per Round (27.33) and is 3rd in Birdie or Better Conversion (35.08%).
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5 Things You Didn't Know ... 2007 Verizon Heritage 1. Kelly's Numbers Lie Jerry Kelly was in contention at the Masters two weeks ago, finishing T5. This week, his solid play earned him a spot in the final pairing on Sunday (and Monday), but a final round 77 knocked him down to T8. So the Wisconsin native's game must be improving, right? Well, compared to 2006, Kelly is shorter off the tee this season (276.5 vs. 278.1), hits fewer fairways (67.91% vs. 70.26%) and makes virtually the same number of putts per green in regulation (1.785 vs. 1.781). However, his scoring average is down from 70.85 (70th) to 70.17 (28th), and over four rounds that half-shot means two strokes.
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2. 14 Got a Little Easier With overhanging branches to deal with off the tee, a pot bunker and water on the right, the 192-yard par-3 14th at Harbour Town Golf Links is one nasty one-shotter. In 2005 it was the toughest par 3 on the PGA Tour with a scoring average of 3.496. This year it was slightly easier, playing to 3.268. Still, Vaughn Taylor (shown here), who finished T4, made bogey on the hole in the final round.
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4. Leaney Loves Little Ball Stephen Leaney, who finished 3rd at the Verizon Heritage, ranks T4 in Par 3 Performance. Through 24 rounds on the PGA Tour this season, he is +1 overall on the par 3s, behind only Jose Coceres (-7), Fred Funk (-3) and Justin Rose (-3).
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5. One and Only Times Three Boo Weekley not only collected his first PGA Tour win at the Verizon Heritage, he was the only player in the field to post four rounds in the 60s (67-69-66-68). Plus, Weekley becomes the first player to qualify for the 2008 Masters under the new rule that gives an invitation to all winners of FedEx Cup tournaments.