Sean O'Hair, taking advantage of a sponsor exemption that he wrote and asked Arnold Palmer to extend, and Ryo Ishikawa shoot 69s at Bay Hill to put missed cuts out of mind.
Sean O'Hair needed eagle to make the weekend. He got it. Ben Crane needed a simple par. He didn't get it. Such is life in the race for the FedEx Cup.
Sean O'Hair, 30, a four-time winner on the PGA Tour, will return to IMG Golf three months after leaving the Cleveland-based management agency to explore options.
On Day 4 of our annual number-crunching series, where we break down who rose and fell in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings, find out how Gary Woodland sprang onto the scene as Sean O'Hair faded.
Sean O'Hair defeated Kris Blanks on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff Sunday to win the Canadian Open for his fourth PGA Tour victory, his first since 2009.
Last weekend I spent a depressing few hours reading through a document supplied to the media by Marc O’Hair.
The rift between PGA Tour rookie-of-the-year front-runner Sean O’Hair and his estranged father, Marc, appeared to grow even wider last week.
Of all the mid-summer blockbusters, however, Sean O’Hair’s tale stands apart.
After the highlight of his golf career, a second-place finish at the Byron Nelson Championship, rookie Sean O’Hair heard from his estranged father, Marc.
The EDS Byron Nelson Championship began abuzz about golf’s Big Five competing together for only the fourth time in 10 months. Then Tiger Woods sounded alarms by missing his first cut in seven years, and U.S. Open specialist Retief Goosen also failed to qualify for Saturday.