Bill Haas
Greenville, S.C.

Height: 6 ft., 2 in.

Weight: 185

Turned Pro: 2004

College: Wake Forest

DOB: 5/24/1982

Bio: Father, Jay, was the 1975 NCAA medalist and two-time All-America in the 1970s. Uncle, Jerry, was also an All-America at Wake Forest, a Tour player in the early 1990s and is the head coach of the Deacons. Great uncle, Bob Goalby, won the 1968 Masters. Older brother, Jay, played golf at Augusta State. (Bio information from Golfweek research and pgatour.com)

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Note: In compiling our archives, some information, such as earnings or relation to par, was unavailable. If information is missing, such as earnings, it does not necessarily mean that no money was earned and should not be interpreted as such.

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Tee times: The Barclays, third round

Here are the tee times and pairings for Saturday's third round of The Barclays at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J.

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Barclays: Tee times, first and second rounds

World No. 1 Rory McIlroy will share a tee time with reigning Masters champion Bubba Watson early Thursday and late Friday at The Barclays to start the PGA Tourís FedEx Cup playoffs.

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Can McIlroy, Stenson avoid FedEx Cup jinxes?

Rory McIlroy is No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings, but as the playoffs begin the man in that position has only prevailed twice -- and defending champion Henrik Stenson is working against history as well.

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Bogey-free, Langer earns 23rd Champions Tour win

A bogey-free 66 -- actually, make that a bogey-free tournament -- carried Bernhard Langer to a one-shot victory Sunday at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open on Champions Tour.

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Villegas wins Wyndham Championship

Camilo Villegas' 7-under 63 on Sunday enabled him to win the Wyndham Championship -- his first PGA Tour win in four years -- as a handful of players around the FedEx Cup points bubble secured playoff spots.

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FedEx Cup Playoffs: Top 125 for The Barclays

The field is set for the 2014 FedEx Cup Playoffs opener, The Barclays, with the top 125 players in the FedEx Cup standings qualifying for the Aug. 21-24 event at The Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J.

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5 Things: Nick Watney takes Wyndham lead

The Wyndham Championship's third round began with 15 players within two shots up top and ended with 13 players within four shots of the lead, including leader Nick Watney at 14 under.

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5 Things: Slocum, Langley share Wyndham lead

Heath Slocum and Scott Langley have each opened the Wyndham Championship with consecutive 65s and share the lead at 10 under through two rounds at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. Here are 5 Things you need to know from Friday's second round.

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Smith knocks off McIver to advance at U.S. Am

Nathan Smith, 36, advances to the Round of 16 with 4-and-3 victory over Brandon McIver on Thursday at the U.S. Amateur.

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Hudson, Marsh take trophies at Dormie Club

It came down to the very last hole, but Steve Hudson managed to hold off Pat Thompson on Tuesday to win the inaugural Golfweek Senior Match Play Championship, while Don Marsh took the super senior title.

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Notes: Fowler's major run; G-Mac's next gig; more

This year, Rickie Fowler not only had the lowest score in the majors despite not winning one, he did something Tiger Woods never did; Graeme McDowell's about to become a dad; plus more PGA Tour news

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LPGA Championship: Tee times, Rounds 1-2

Lexi Thompson and Mo Martin will be in the notable tee times Thursday and Friday at the Wegmans LPGA Championship as they try for their second major victories of 2014 while Inbee Park is out to defend her title.

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USGA selects Women's World Amateur Team roster

Kristen Gillman, Alison Lee and Emma Talley will represent the United States in next month's Womenís World Amateur Team Championship, the USGA announced Tuesday.

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Wyndham Championship: Tee times, Rounds 1-2

Patrick Reed shares a tee time with Webb Simpson and Brandt Snedeker among the spotlight groups Thursday and Friday in the first and second round of the PGA Tour's 2014 Wyndham Championship.

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Final matches set at Golfweek Senior Match Play

The Golfweek Senior National Match Play Championship has been whittled down to four players. Steve Hudson and Pat Thompson will meet in the Senior division final on Aug. 12 at the Dormie Club in West End, N.C., and Walt Martin will meet Don Marsh in the Super Senior final.

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Dusek: Learn to love the PGA Championship

The PGA Championship gets the short end of the major championship stick -- but for more than a decade, the PGA Championship has delivered some of most riveting drama in the sport.

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Report: UTPA coach fired, accused of misusing funds

The University of Texas-Pan American fired women's golf coach Ofelia Lopez after police said she pocketed $750 intended for her team's WAC Championship entry fee and lied to school officials about the missing funds.

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Winner's Style: Rory McIlroy at the PGA Championship

Make that three wins in a row for Rory McIlroy. See the Nike Golf apparel he wore Thursday through Sunday at Valhalla.

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Leonard advances at Golfweek Senior Match Play

Bill Leonard feels better when he can fly right under the nose of his fellow senior competitors. But Leonard, 65, can only win so many matches and qualify for so many top tournaments before that goes right out the window.

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Cappelen shares Price Cutter Charity lead

Searching for his second Web.com Tour victory, Sebastian Cappelen shares the 54-hole lead at the Price Cutter Charity Championship after a third-round 67 Saturday at Highland Springs Country Club.

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PHOTOS: Peter Millar apparel at 2013 PGA Championship

Brandt Snedeker, Bill Haas, Branden Grace and Harris English will be supporting Peter Millar at the 2013 PGA Championship at Oak Hill CC in Rochester, N.Y.

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PHOTOS: Peter Millar apparel at 2013 Open Championship

See what Brandt Snedeker, Bill Haas, Harris English and Branden Grace Ė Peter Millar ambassador's Ė are wearing at the 2013 Open Championship in Scotland.

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PHOTOS: Take a look at the new Streamsong Resort

View a few images of Streamsong Red and Streamsong Blue by architects Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw of Coore & Crenshaw and Tom Doak of Renaissance Golf Design. Streamsong is located in Florida.

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2013 Pebble Beach Nat'l Pro-Am: Celebs

Check out images of Paulina Gretzky, Jim Harbaugh, Condoleezza Rice, Bill Murray and more from the 2013 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

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Bill Haas through the years

Bill Haas, a winner twice on the PGA Tour in 2010, through the years

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VIDEO: Take a tour of Bill Haas' winning bag at AT&T

Our David Dusek sat down with Chris Tuten of Titleist to talk about Bill Haas' winning bag at AT&T National.

Off Campus: Teams Heading Down

Even though the college season is in full swing, there are a few schools we know of that will need coaches by seasonís end. Bob Livingstone is retiring at Long Beach State, and any front-runners have yet to be named for the job. Assistant coaches, get your resumes together because this can be a good job for a young go-getter. If the administration steps up and provides more support, the position will be that much better. On the womenís side, Bill Dicus will become the full-time menís coach at Appalachian State, and the search is on for a full-time womenís coach. Athletics Director Charlie Cobb feels in order to have more success in their conference, one head coach for each team is the way to go. Two good jobs await for a couple of young coaches looking to get their start in Division I golf. - Lance

Off Campus: Moving to Iowa

Even though the college season is in full swing, there are a few schools we know of that will need coaches by seasonís end. Bob Livingstone is retiring at Long Beach State, and any front-runners have yet to be named for the job. Assistant coaches, get your resumes together because this can be a good job for a young go-getter. If the administration steps up and provides more support, the position will be that much better. On the womenís side, Bill Dicus will become the full-time menís coach at Appalachian State, and the search is on for a full-time womenís coach. Athletics Director Charlie Cobb feels in order to have more success in their conference, one head coach for each team is the way to go. Two good jobs await for a couple of young coaches looking to get their start in Division I golf. - Lance