After failing to crack the top 10 in the Presidents Cup standings at the Deutsche Bank Championship, PGA Tour golfer Bill Haas will now have to receive a captain's pick from father and U.S. captain Jay Haas.
Bill Haas Monday qualified for the 2004 Deutsche Bank Championship and played the third round alongside Tiger Woods before finishing T-9. Ten years later, an older and more experienced Haas finds himself in the thick of things once again at TPC Boston.
Difficulties during the third round left Ian Poulter, Steve Stricker, Bill Haas and Darren Clarke searching for answers – not to mention the entire Masters field at the day's unbeatable hole. Here are 5 Things to know from Augusta.
As Bill Haas found the top of the Masters leaderboard, he had a new source of help. He also avoided the trouble that struck several notables Thursday at Augusta National. Here are 5 Things to know from the first round of the Masters.
No. 7 Ben Hogan bracket seed Bill Haas takes on Miguel Angel Jimenez at 10:55 a.m. EST in the first round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play, with Jimenez holding a distinct advantage in comparing each player's last three finishes in the WGC Match Play.
At the top of the leaderboard are four players – Roberto Castro, Bill Haas, James Driscoll and Andres Romero – at 7 under tied for the lead. Here are 5 Things you need to know from Sunday's third-round action at the AT&T National.
Bill Haas, who attended Wake Forest on an Arnold Palmer Scholarship, shot a bogey-free 66 Friday morning and is in position to become the first scholarship recipient to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational in the 35 years it has been played at Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge.
On a week that the world celebrates Valentine's Day, Bill Haas is showing off his current love affair with Riviera Country Club after a 7-under 64 vaulted him into a three-shot, 54-hole lead at the Northern Trust Open.
Once, Bill Haas only watched as his father, Jay, competed in Tiger's tournament. <strong>Sean Martin</strong> says Bill is realizing a career goal this week as a headliner at the Chevron World Challenge.
Bill Haas made easy birdies on the par 5s and didn't run into any problems Thursday at the Wells Fargo Championship. He matched the tournament record for low opening round with an 8-under 64 and a two-shot lead.