FARMINGDALE, NY - AUGUST 26: Nick Watney reacts after he made a birdie putt on the eighth hole green during the final round of The Barclays at the Black Course at Bethpage State Park August 26, 2012 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

The Barclays 2012: Nick Watney Claims Victory At 10-Under

Nick Watney won the Barclays 2012 on Sunday. Watney finished 10-Under for the tournament after a 2-under-par finish in the final round.

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The Barclays 2012: Tiger Woods On The Course, Sergio Garcia Off Soon

The final round of The Barclays at Bethpage Black is about halfway done, and Spain's Sergio Garcia is still the leader with a score of 10-under par.

Garcia, who begins his final round at 1:40 p.m. ET, sits two shots ahead of Nick Watney (8-under), who's paired with Garcia, and three in front of Kevin Stadler who tees off at 1:30 p.m. ET.

Tiger Woods is on the course and is even-par on the day (4-under overall) and sits in a tie for 11th place. Woods already has two birdies and bogies on the day, and will need to be more consistent to make a run at the leaders.

So far, the lowest round of the day came from Jason Day, who carded a 5-under 66, to improve to 1-under overall and move into a tie for 31st place. Both Graham DeLaet and Bud Cauley are 4-under for the day and 3-under overall after 15 holes.

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The Barclays 2012: Sergio Garcia Leads Going Into Sunday

With only one round left at The 2012 Barclays in Farmingdale, Sergio Garcia is the leader in the clubhouse by two strokes over Nick Watney.

Garcia started Saturday at 8-under before finishing 10-under thanks to a couple of birdies on the 11th and 13th. Garcia was steady throughout the day, taking the lead on Watney who started the back nine with a two-stroke edge.

Watney was seemingly in control early, but started to have some issues beginning on the 11th. From there, Watney bogeyed four of the final eight holes.

Tiger Woods is just about finished after ending Saturday's round with a 1-over 72. Woods' chances looked good through the initial two rounds, but he faltered despite four birdies due to five bogeys.

The biggest move on the afternoon belonged to Kevin Stadler. The American shot a 6-under to jump from 42nd to 3rd place. Stadler is now very much in the race, only three strokes behind Garcia heading into Sunday.

For a full look at the leaderboard, click here.

For more on the 2012 Barclays, please be sure to check out our Golf Hub and SB Nation New York for all the latest news and updates.

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