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Topic - Peter Mele
The PGA Tour on Friday reduced its first playoff event to 54 holes because of the rain and potential damage expected from Hurricane Irene.
What once looked to be a long week at The Barclays suddenly has turned into a sprint.
"I think you never know with hurricanes. They are fickle, as we all know," Mele said. "Unfortunately, this one wasn't."
"It kind of makes you want to cry because of all the effort that went in, and all of the energy that surrounded this event going into the week, which is going to be the best Barclays we have ever had," tournament director Peter Mele said.