Audio: Morning Drive 1/18/11 - Bill Haas Interview
-And we are joined by Bill Haas , top 20 finisher on the 2010 PGA Tour Money List and it's nice ..... and consistent, you can compete out here week in and week out. - Bill Haas , the defending champion at the Bob Hope Classic and he joins us
Haas gives it the one-two punch
Williams, I'm Erik Kuselias. Okay, question today. Bill Haas gets it done and made quite a splash in doing so in winning ..... 25 is the lucky-- -Wow. -number this year with Bill Haas . I supposed what I like is, it wasn't some guy who
Haas, Colsaerts share lead in Sun City
players under par. He's approaching the fairway on 15. Beautifully judged. He would duck that in for a birdie and Bill Haas led by himself most of the day but bogey the 18th to shoot a 2 under 70. So, he and Nicolas Colsaerts are tied at the
First impressions: DJ, Kuchar make Masters statements
below that first page of leaderboard. We start with Matt Kuchar. He was the one who was last on the golf course with Bill Haas and Jason Dufner, very good start. -It wasn't kind of appropriate that Kuchar is the last guy on the golf course
Fowler grouped with Lefty, Watney at Wells Fargo
N.C. (all times EDT; for full-field tee times): 7:30 a.m. (10th tee): Sergio Garcia, Webb Simpson, Bill Haas Simpson finished fourth here last year, one month before claiming the U.S. Open, and the North Carolina resident
Recent Heritage champs grouped together
place finish at the season-opening Hyundai Tournament of Champions. (7:50 a.m., No. 1 tee): Zach Johnson, Bill Haas , K.J. Choi A runner-up here last year, Johnson found success on a course where his relative lack of length off
Bounce back: Can Sneds, Day contend at Heritage?
Jim Furyk, past winner here in 2010, he got 6 top tens in the Hilton Head. So, this guy-- a good vibes there. Bill Haas is another guy. He leads the Tour with 5 top tens this season, coming off at tee 20 at Augusta. And also Matt Kuchartens in the Hilton Head. So, this guy-- a good vibes there. Bill Haas is another guy. He leads the Tour with 5 top tens this season, coming off at tee 20 at Augusta. And also
Overdrive: Best playoff in Masters history?
the good young-- great young players that we have that-- or need to get to that next level? The Watney's, the Bill Haas ', the Matt Kuchar's to get, you know, get over that hump and move their careers forward. -[unk] is gonna bethat-- or need to get to that next level? The Watney's, the Bill Haas' , the Matt Kuchar's to get, you know, get over that hump and move their careers forward. -[unk] is gonna be on that
Day 3: Players in peril at Augusta National
Yeah. -He's not that far away yet. A good solid weekend and he'll be right there. -He's off at 1245 with Bill Haas , also at one under, who you like this week. All right, let's get to Sergio Garcia, he was one of your co-leaderssolid weekend and he'll be right there. -He's off at 1245 with Bill Haas , also at one under, who you like this week. All right, let's get to Sergio Garcia, he was one of your co-leaders
Expert Picks: The Masters
door all year wihtout breaking through it yet. Group 3: Bill Haas : won the Masters in his fourth appearance; likewise ..... does in the clutch at the can win the Masters. Group 3: Bill Haas : His game is pointed toward something big. Group 4
Fact Pack: The Masters
percentage, with nine of those 10 hitting at least 50/72 greens in regulation. That could bode well for a player like Bill Haas , who currently leads the PGA Tour in GIR percentage but has yet to crack the top 25 in three career Masters appearances
Shell Houston Open
Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images) Bill Haas HUMBLE, TX - MARCH 30: Bill Haas walks on the 17th hole with his brother/ caddie ..... Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images) Bill Haas HUMBLE, TX - MARCH 30: Bill Haas looks over
You Oughta Know: Shell Houston Open
totally up for grabs. Here's what You Oughta Know entering the final round at Redstone Golf Club, where Stewart Cink and Bill Haas sit atop the leaderboard: • After capturing the British Open in 2009, Stewart Cink has since fallen on hard times
Haas' neck never an issue, in position for SHO win
Bill Haas said that reports of a neck injury at last week's Arnold Palmer Invitational were blown out of proportion and that it's fine.
Haas, Cink share Shell Houston Open lead through 54
Stewart Cink and Bill Haas wound up with a share of the lead Saturday in the Houston Open, and they have plenty of company.
Haas, Cink share Houston lead after 54 holes
Amid a crowded leaderboard, Bill Haas and Stewart Cink will begin the final round of the Shell Houston Open tied for the lead.
Bombs of the Week: Bay Hill
Gary Woodland, 411 yards; WGC-Cadillac: Phil Mickelson, 450; Honda: Nicolas Colsaerts, 367; Northern Trust: Bill Haas , 366 Carry distance: Justin Rose, 300.6 yards The Englishman finished second at Bay Hill, but he also showed that
Hawk's Nest: Fowler not ready to compete with Woods
Rickie Fowler gave Tiger Woods a fight Monday at Bay Hill, but he's not ready to go toe-to-toe with the champ.
Haas, Rose share lead; faltering Woods 4 back
ORLANDO, Fla. – Bill Haas wanted to atone for the way he finished his opening round. He did that and more Friday and was tied for the lead in the Arnold
Rose, Haas share Bay Hill lead after 36 holes
Low scores remained available Friday at Bay Hill, where and Bill Haas have set themselves apart from the field after 36 holes. Here's a recap of where things stand heading into the weekend at the
Shooting 66 the perfect tonic for Haas' bad neck
Bill Haas' nagging injury felt a lot better after a second-round 66 that has given him a share of the Bay Hill lead.
Pain in the neck: Haas contending despite injury
Bill Haas got himself into contention playing through neck and shoulder pain Thursday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Bombs of the week: Tampa Bay Championship
leaders: WGC-Cadillac Championship: Mickelson, 450 yards; Honda Classic: Nicolas Colsaerts, 367; Northern Trust: Bill Haas , 366; Pebble Beach: Sean O’Hair, 355 Carry distance: Angel Cabrera, 299 yards Innisbrook’s Copperhead Course
Bombs of the Week: Farthest, fastest from Doral
longest of the season, by 22 yards. Last four leaders: Honda Classic: Nicolas Colsaerts, 367 yards; Northern Trust: Bill Haas , 366; Pebble Beach: 355; Phoenix: Gary Woodland, 379. Carry distance: Bubba Watson, 309.1 yards It was a forgettable
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