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Latest Bill Haas Items
Through the opening day of Tiger Woods' Quicken Loans National, Haas is sitting in fourth place at 3-under — just two shots back of leader Greg Chalmers. The result was favorable for Haas on a day when the course at Congressional was less than forgiving.
As the tournament begins again Thursday, never in its seven-year history has a player seeking his first PGA Tour win hoisted the signature U.S. Capitol trophy.
Haas returns to Congressional Country Club for the Quicken Loans National as the defending champion, but as much fun as it is to recall last year's victory, it's not what he'll be dwelling on this week.
Former FedEx Cup champion Bill Haas withdrew Friday from the RBC Heritage with a wrist injury.
Bill Haas has just about done it all in the Masters Tournament. Spectator at age 6, caddie for father, Jay, at age 17, participant at age 27 and now first-round tournament leader at age 31.
No nerves. No worries. Adam Scott never knew the opening round at Augusta National could be so enjoyable.