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Posts Tagged ‘Bill Haas.’

Tiger makes the Top 50 to get into his own tournament

 

Tiger Woods with his father at a clinic at Ft. Bragg in April 2004 (photo by K. Kassens in public domain via wikipedia commons)

Tiger Woods did not play in the BMW Championship, but is still a winner.

Woods slipped to #49 in the world rankings on Sunday, but it means that he’ll be eligible for the Chevron World Challenge, the tournament he hosts in his native Southern California.

The tournament will be played December 1-4 at Sherwood Country Club.

Woods was at #46 in the world rankings before the BMW Championship started but was passed by Geoff Ogilvy, Sergio Garcia and Bill Haas.

If Tiger had not been ranked in the Top 50, the Chevron World Challenge would’ve used one of their two exemptions on him.

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Golf news

Rookie Stallings wins PGA Tour event in West Virginia

 

Scott Stallings (file photo)

26-year-old PGA Tour rookie Scott Stallings is the 2011 winner of the Greenbrier Classic in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, by sinking a birdie putt on the first playoff hole to beat Bob Estes and Bill Haas.

Stallings, who grew up in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, is a graduate of Tennessee Tech University, has been a professional golfer since 2007.

Estes shot a 6-under 64 and was the clubhouse leader at 10 under, then watched as Haas birdied the par-5 17-th hole to join him after a 67.

Stallings, who shot a 69, bogeyed the par-5 17th hole and needed a birdie at #18 to make the playoff. He did it by sinking a 5-foot putt.

He watched Estes and Haas miss their birdie attempts on the 168-yard 18th hole, Stallings made a 7-footer after making six birdies on the back nine to reach the playoff.

 

Info compiled from staff, Radio, TV & PGA Tour news

Perez’ finish puts him in lead at Wells Fargo tournament

 

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Pat Perez birdied five of the last six holes in the PGA Tour’s Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina, for a 7-under-par 65 and a two-shot lead.

Perez is at 12-under for the tournament and has the lead over Bill Haas (70) and Jonathan Byrd (68).

 

Info courtesy of PGA Tour

Haas’ 64 leads Wells Fargo tournament

 

Bill Haas (file photo)

Bill Haas matched the tournament record for an opening round, with a low score of 8-under-par-64 to take a two-shot lead in the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Sitting close behind are Jonathan Byrd  and David Tomseach who both fired a 66.

 

Info courtesy of the PGA Tour

Phoenix Open has four tied on the leaderboard

Bill Haas (Wake Forest photo)

Tom Lehman (file photo)

The Phoenix Open has been had its problems on Thursday.

The tournament in the suburb of Scottsdale, was delayed four hours because of heavy frost. Only the scheduled morning starters completed the round.

The temperature was 39 degrees when play began at 11:40 am MST.

More delays are expected Friday and Saturday, which could force a 36-hole round on Sunday.

Bill Haas, Jason Bohn, Tom Gillis and Tom Lehman shot 6-under-par 65′s in chilly conditions to share the lead in the suspended first round of the Phoenix Open.

compiled from staff & Golf news reports

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