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Bill Haas

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (34) / 5/24/1982
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 185

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Past champ Bill Haas handed in a bogey-free 3-under-par 33-35=68 after the third round of the Quicken Loans National for a 54-hole total of 10-under 203, five back of 54-hole leader Billy Hurley III.
The 34-year-old began the third frame in a four-way T4 on 7-under and with play winding down, he's still T4. He circled three straight on holes 5-7, each from inside of seven feet, and completed his lap with 11 consecutive pars. Haas gained 4.810 strokes tee-to-green, but posted a disappointing -1.522 in SG: Putting. He missed prime scoring chances from 4'4", 7'10", and 6'2", but on the plus side, is bogey-free over his last 43 holes. Jun 25 - 5:51 PM

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Bill Haas settled for a 2-under-par 36-33=69 during round two of the Quicken Loans National, finding himself at 7-under 135 through 36 holes.

Haas opened his day with nine straight stress-free pars, with the longest converted putt coming from 4'3". He picked up the scoring, a tad, on the back nine. He splashed in a 11'2" birdie at the par-3 10th hole, his only putt made from outside six feet today. On a day where Haas pelted 16 greens in regulation, you'd expect to see more than two birdies on the scorecard, but that is what -0.844 strokes gained putting will do to a round. Despite the cold putter, Haas will enter the weekend inside the top 5 with a shot at winning a second trophy here at Congressional Country Club.
Jun 24 - 6:03 PM

Bill Haas rallied late in his round to sign for a 5-under-par 32-34=66 during the opening day of this week's Quicken Loans National.

The 2013 champion started on the back nine and squared a bogey at the opening par-3 10th, missing the green off the tee. He bounced back with two birdies bombs before making the turn at 1-under, both from 14-to-17 feet. His round really picked up steam as he turned his attention to the front nine. From there, he traded five more birdies with just one bogey, including a 16'1" birdie blast on the par-4 eighth hole. Despite missing a 4'5" par-saving attempt at No. 2, Haas walked off the course gaining 1.61 strokes with the flat stick. If Haas can maintain this pace on the greens, he'll stay right in the mix as the week progresses.
Jun 23 - 3:14 PM

Bill Haas managed an even-par 34-36=70 during round two of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational, to close out day two at 3-under 137, five strokes off the early clubhouse lead.

Haas struggled off the tee today, missing eight (of 14) fairways, but recovered nicely to still land 15 greens in regulation. As you can imagine, playing out of the thick stuff all day, his scoring chances were not ideal, settling for a lot of two-putt pars. His longest putt made was a 7'7" birdie roll at the par-4 second hole, it was one (of just two) conversions from outside five feet. On the week he's lost 2.867 strokes with the putter, ranking 100th in the field, but fourth tee-to-green. If the Wake Forest product can find his putting stroke over the weekend, he should be a threat to contend for his seventh career PGA TOUR title.
May 27 - 7:52 PM

Bill Haas survived a cold putter en route to a bogey-free, 3-under-par 33-34=67 during the first round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational, placing him three strokes off the early pace set by Bryce Molder.

Haas split nine (of 14) fairways and landed 14 greens in regulation, both more than 10 percent over the field average. Despite the great ball-striking, he couldn't convert on the greens, losing 2.336 strokes with the flat stick. His longest converted putt was a six-footer to save par at the par-4 fifth hole. Luckily, Haas didn't even need a putter on the par-3 eighth hole as he slam-dunked a 50'1" greenside bunker shot for birdie. The Wake Forest product owns top 25s in three of his last four starts here at Colonial Country Club, but he really needs to figure out the greens if he wants to remain in contention as the week progresses.
May 26 - 7:44 PM

Bill Haas bombarded the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass with a bogey-free, 7-under-par 32-33=65 during the opening round of THE PLAYERS.

Haas entered with some good recent memories of TPC Sawgrass, posting a T4 last year. He continued his strong play here, splitting 11 (of 14) fairways en route to 16 greens hit. The flat stick popped up on a couple of occasions, as well. Most notable was a 38'3" birdie bomb on the par-4 sixth hole. Haas set a new personal best with his 5-under 67 in round two of last year's edition, and this betters that effort by two strokes.
May 12 - 2:42 PM

Bill Haas fashioned a 2-under-par 34-35=69 on day three of the RBC Heritage for a 54-hole total of 3-under 210, up 18 places on the live leaderboard to T15.

This is Haas' 12th RBC and he has one top 25 to his credit (T24/2013). However, he did finish off last year's T31 with three red numbers -- totally four laps at par-or-better for the week. The Wake Forest alum ended that streak with 1-over 72 in R2 but sandwiched it with a pair of 69s, including today's five-birdie three-bogey effort. He landed eight (of 14) fairways and 14 greens in regulation, posting 3.254 in strokes gained: tee-to-green and a 1.143 in strokes gained: putting at last check. Haas circled three from between 13 and 23 feet, and capped his scoring with a 48-foot hole-out from over the 16th green for birdie-3. He squared bogeys at 3, 10 and 11 all on failed scrambles.
Apr 16 - 3:33 PM

Bill Haas rallied for an even-par 38-34=72 in today's third round of the Masters for a three-day total of 5-over 221, up 20 spots on the live leaderboard to T27, and currently tied for the third-best loop in the clubhouse with Matt Kuchar.

Louis Oosthuizen and Lee Westwood are in the house with 1-under 71s, but those are the only two red numbers (of 31) that have signed their cards. Haas is playing his seventh consecutive Masters and made his seventh straight weekend after opening in 75-74 to sit on T47 (5-over) thru two laps. He striped 11 (of 14) fairways and landed a week-best 12 greens in regulation and posted a week-worst but respectable 1.67 putts per GIR. The 33-year-old went out in birdie-less 2-over after bogeys on Nos. 1 and 8, but came home in 2-under 34, erasing a failed sand save on 17 with birdie on the par-5 15th (from 9'0") and a hole-out eagle from 89 yards out on the par-5 13th, also dropping a nine-foot one-putt par on the par-3 16th.
Apr 9 - 5:03 PM

30-seed Bill Haas outlasted 6-seed Adam Scott 1-up and moved into the round of 16 at the WGC-Dell Match Play at Austin Country Club in Texas.

Haas needed either a win or tie to advance while only a victory would do for Scott. The match hung in the balance all day with the Aussie 1-up heading to the 17th tee after fighting back from 2-down after 11. Haas holed a 14'5" birdie putt to square the contest, meaning all three results were still possible as they played the last. But it was the American who won it with a birdie from 12'1" to advance to the knockout stage. Despite the change in venue, Scott's record in this event remains curiously poor and this is the 11th straight year he's failed to make the weekend. Haas, who finished runner-up at the Valspar Championship on his last start, will play the winner of the Group 11 play-off between Branden Grace and Chris Kirk.
Mar 25 - 3:47 PM

It was a tale of two nines but Bill Haas walked away with a 2-and-1 victory over Chris Wood in the first round of the World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play.

Wood shot out of a cannon with birdies in two of his first three holes to grab a 2-hole lead early on. After making the turn a 1-down, Haas rattled off birdies in three of the first four holes on the back nine. The damage had been done as the duo exchanged pars on the final four holes, not needing to play the par-4 18th. Haas will turn his attention toward Thomas Pieters in round two while Wood will square off against Adam Scott.
Mar 23 - 7:45 PM

Overnight leader Bill Haas patched together a 1-over-par 38-34=72 in the final round of the Valspar Championship to match clubhouse leader Charl Schwartzel on 7-under 277, and then lost with bogey on the first hole of sudden death.

Making his eighth Copperhead appearance, first since a personal-best T14 in 2014, Haas was the 54-hole leader by one over playing partner Graham DeLaet after opening in 71 and twin 67s. He led Schwartzel by five, who shot a final-round 67. Looking for his seventh TOUR title in his 295th career pro start and first since the 2015 Humana, he split eight (of 13) fairways, but digressed to eight greens in regulation and a -0.808 in strokes gained: tee-to-green. He circled three birdies, but outbalanced them with four bogeys. The 33-year-old was three clear after back-to-back circles on 11 and 12, which got him back level on the day, but bogeyed the par-4 16th (failed scramble), and bogeyed the 18th in the playoff (failed sand save) with Schwartzel securing the title with a two-putt par. Haas falls to 2-3 in playoffs and 3-for-7 when the 54-hole leader/co-leader, and settles for his fifth career runner-up.
Mar 13 - 6:34 PM

Bill Haas smoothed a 4-under-par 34-33=67 in today's third round of the Valspar Championship to post 8-under 205, up two spots on the day and good for the 54-hole clubhouse lead. UPDATE: With play completed, Haas leads by one over Graham DeLaet.

Haas opened his eighth Valspar in 71-67 for a three-way T3 after two days, one shy of 36-hole co-leaders Will MacKenzie and Steve Stricker. Playing out of the third-to-last pairing, he striped eight (of 13) fairways and hit 14 greens in regulation, circling five birdies for a second consecutive day. The 33-year-old, looking for his seventh win on TOUR, first since the 2015 Farmers, circled birdies on Nos. 1, 4, 10, 11 and a chip-in on the par-3 15th. Thru three rounds, he currently co-leads the field in GIR at 70.37 percent (38/54), is fifth in strokes gained: putting, but a pedestrian 47th in putts per GIR, including a three-putt from 40'6" on the par-3 13th, his lone bogey of the day.
Mar 12 - 5:26 PM

Bill Haas crafted a 4-under-par 34-33=67 in the second round of the Valspar Championship for a two-day total of 4-under 138, up 22 spots on the live leaderboard to T3, one back of 36-hole co-leaders Will MacKenzie and Steve Stricker.

Making his eighth appearance on the Copperhead with a personal-best T14 in his last start in 2014, Haas said afterward, "Off the tee, you have to get it in the fairway and then you can shoot a good score." He found the short grass eight (of 13) times on day one, but only six times in round two. However, the 33-year-old pelted 14 greens in regulation on Friday and converted on five, each from inside of 12 feet, including an 11-incher on the par-4 seventh, and a walk-off 3 on the par-4 18th after hitting his approach from a fairway bunker 129 yards away to six feet. Haas got a pre-tourney assist from his dad Jay, who came down to work with him on the range.
Mar 11 - 6:01 PM

Bill Haas arrives in Palm Harbor, Florida, as he preps for his eighth appearance at this week's Valspar Championship.

The six-time PGA TOUR winner sports a 4-for-7 record at the Copperhead Course. His course history is a bit misleading as six of his seven starts came in 2011 or before, when Haas was still establishing himself as a quality TOUR player. His most recent visit, 2014, yielded a T14. Haas accumulated an 8-over 296 at last week's WGC-Cadillac Championship to earn a disappointing T49 finish. On the bright side, the cobwebs were likely shaken last week and this week's venue should fit his eye much better than the bomber's paradise of Trump National Doral. Gamers should feel comfortable investing in Haas this week.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Mar 9 - 6:30 PM

Bill Haas conjured up a 1-under-par 34-37=71 in the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for a 72-hole aggregate of 10-under 277, good for a three-way tie for eighth place.

After opening in 69-68-69, Haas began his final frame on 9-under (T11) and while seven adrift of 54-hole leader Phil Mickelson, he was just one back of the overnight top 10. He ended moving up three places in just his second AT&T appearance and first since missing the cut back in 2006. The 33-year-old did most of his damage on the easier first nine at Pebble Beach GL, playing his first seven holes in 3-under to briefly show on the first page of the leaderboard, but stalled out playing his last 11 in birdie-less 2-over. Haas circled just 16 birdies for the week to rank T26 in that stat, but squared only six bogeys for T3 in that category. He heads to this week's Northern Trust Open where he's a past champion in 2012.
Feb 14 - 8:40 PM