Found May 31, 2013 on
Bill Haas hit one shot he thought might be out-of-bounds and he
walked off with a birdie. Tiger Woods kept hitting fairways and
rarely made better than par.
BEST OF MAXIM
Tiger Woods has some work to do he wants to win the Memorial for a sixth time. A lot of work.
Bill Haas handled the windy, tough conditions Friday at Muirfield Village for a 5-under 67 that put him in control at 9-under 135. Woods missed only one fairway, but he couldn't do anything from there. He bogeyed his last hole for a 74 and was 10 shots behind. Woods has never won a...
Bill Haas hit one shot he thought might be out-of-bounds and he walked off with a birdie. Tiger Woods kept hitting fairways and rarely made better than par.
They finished 10 shots apart Friday at the Memorial, in a spot that felt unfamiliar to both of them.
Haas, who has never fared better than 30th at what he considers one of his favorite tournaments, handled a tough wind and...
Charl Schwartzel made the most of an early start to move within a shot of leader Bill Haas on Saturday morning during the completion of the rain-delayed second round of the Memorial Tournament.
Rory McIlroy needed to rally to get up and down from 45 yards just to make the cut.
Play was suspended for the third time on Friday night with 42 players still on the course. Haas, who followed...