Jason Bohn seized the 54-hole lead at the PGA Tour's OHL Classic at Mayakoba with a 4-under 67.
When the PGA Tour prepares for next year’s round of FedEx Cup playoffs, players might have asked for the PGA Tour's secondary cut to be eliminated from the four season-ending events.
Jason Bohn is excited about his strong start to the 2013-14 PGA Tour season, having found an unusually productive early pace.
I figured there had to be a good reason why Jason Bohn skipped last week’s Wyndham Championship.
Jason Bohn was only going to hit a few golf balls, just to get acclimated to the jet lag. Then he stepped foot onto the Old Course, soaked in the aura of the beloved links, basked in a glorious late-afternoon sun, and came to the realization that he had only one choice.
Jason Bohn, Jeff Overton and Blake Adams shot 7-under 63s to share the first-round lead at the Colonial, where 2008 champion Phil Mickelson’s return turned into a struggle after an impressive start Thursday.
Jason Bohn birdied three of his last four holes Sunday to win the Zurich Classic for his second PGA Tour title. His approach to the 18th hole stopped inches from the cup.
Jason Bohn has a three-stroke lead midway through the third round of the weather-plagued Zurich Classic, but he’ll have to play 30 holes Sunday to pick up his first PGA Tour win in nearly five years.
Jason Bohn took advantage of calm morning conditions Thursday in the Zurich Classic, shooting a 7-under 65 to take a two-stroke lead over Jason Dufner, John Senden, Jeff Overton, Greg Owen and 2006 champion Chris Couch.
Jason Bohn, in only his second year on tour, won $540,000, becoming the 13th player to make this tournament his first triumph.