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Puerto Rico Open Preview

Event Name:   Puerto Rico Open
Course: Trump International GC (PR)
Where: Rio Grande. PUR
Dates of the event: March 5 – 8
Course Yardage: 7,569
Par:      72
Defending Champ: Chesson Hadley
Purse:  $3,000,000
Media Coverage: Golf Channel

Chesson Hadley was able to get his first PGA Tour victory last season at the Puerto Rico Open at -21. He was able to cruise to victory in paradise as he shot all four rounds in the 60s.

The Puerto Rico open is the B tournament this week, as all of the world’s finest will be playing in the World Golf Championships- Cadillac Championship.

Players in the field: 

Chesson Hadley Ryo Ishikawa John Daly
Mark Calcavecchia Alex Cejka Daniel Chopra
Ben Curtis Brendon de Jonge David Duval
Gonzalo Fernandez- Castano Steve Flesch Paul Goydos
J.J. Henry Jason Gore Chris DiMarco
Jerry Kelly Troy Matteson Jeff Overton
Alvaro Quiros Bo Van Pelt Boo Weekly

Last Year’s Top 10:

Place Player Score
1 Chesson Hadley -21
2 Danny Lee -19
3 Ben Martin -17
T4 Carl Pettersson -16
  Jason Gore
  David Toms
  Wes Roach
  Richard H. Lee
T9 Jerry Kelly -15
  Ricky Barnes
  Chris Stroud

Last Year’s Notable Finishers:

Place Player Score
T19 Ryo Ishikawa -11
T29 Nicolas Colsaerts -9
T37 Y.E. Yang -8
T43 Ryuji Imada -7
69 Jhonattan Vegas -1
CUT Miguel Angel Carballo
  Nathan Green
  David Duval
  Chad Campbell
  Matt Jones
DQ J.J. Henry

Photo by: Allan Henry/USA TODAY Sports

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Haas shoots 67 to win the Humana Challenge

Bill Haas was able to shoot four rounds in the 60s en route to his sixth PGA Tour title.

He was able to hold off beat Charley Hoffman, Brendan Steele, Sung Joon Park, Steve Wheatcroft, and Matt Kuchar by one stroke.

Phil Mickelson could not recover from a first round 71. He finished at -15 tied for 24.

The Tour will move on to TPC Scottsdale. You can view the preview of next week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open here.

Top 10:

Player Place Score
Bill Haas 1 -22
Charley Hoffman T2 -21
Brendan Steele
Sung Joon Park
Steve Wheatcroft
Matt Kuchar
Webb Simpson T7 -20
Boo Weekly
Justin Thomas
Colt Knost T10 -19
Francesco Molinari
Ryan Palmer
Erik Compton

 

Notable Finishers:

Player Place Score
David Toms T24 -15
Patrick Reed
Harris English T30 -14
Billy Horschel T41 -13
Keegan Bradley T48 -12
Paul Casey CUT
Zach Johnson CUT
Ryo Ishikawa CUT

FedEx Cup Standings

Player Place Score
Jimmy Walker 1 957
Robert Streb 2 814
Charley Hoffman 3 575
Sang-Moon Bae 4 721
Ben Martin 5 655

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