BETHESDA, Md. – In a statistic that says as much about parity and deep fields as it does a lack of many dominant players, only three men have won on the PGA Tour in each of the last four years.
Bill Haas is looking to join that elite group, as he is currently in a four-way share of the AT&T National lead entering the final round.
“I think every week I just say, try to play solid and give yourself a chance on Sunday,” he said after shooting a second straight 68. “The goal is to win. I've only been able to do it a handful of times out here. It's just getting those jitters and those nerves on Sunday is what you play for, and I'll have them tomorrow. So looking forward to that.”