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PGA Golf News (Yahoo! Sports) - 01/26/15
Bill Haas had a bad feeling. ''It felt like a train wreck all coming together,'' Haas said. Leading by a stroke on the final hole Sunday in the Humana Challenge, Haas flew the right bunker with his drive and the ball trickled left and stopped on the ledge of the front lip.
KAUPULEHU-KONA, Hawaii (AP) -- Miguel Angel Jimenez rallied to win the Champions Tour's season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship, birdieing six of the final nine holes Sunday for a one-stroke victory over Mark O'Meara. He broke a tie with O'Meara with a 20-foot birdie putt on the par-3 17th. ''It was uphill against the grain and into the wind,'' said Jimenez, a 21-time winner on the European Tour. ''I knew I had to hit it hard.'' Jimenez won the Greater Gwinnett Championship last year, a week after finishing fourth in the Masters.
(Reuters) - Bill Haas survived a scare at the final hole to earn a one-stroke victory over five players at the $5.7 million Humana Challenge in the California desert on Sunday. Haas took the sole lead with a 10-foot birdie at the 16th hole at the PGA West Palmer course at La Quinta on his way to his second victory in the event formerly known as the Bob Hope Classic. He carded a 67 to finish at 22-under-par 266 for his sixth PGA Tour victory, leaving the 32-year-old only three short of catching his father, Jay Haas.
KAUPULEHU-KONA, Hawaii (AP) -- Miguel Angel Jimenez shot an 8-under 64 in windy conditions Saturday for a share of the lead with Rocco Mediate in the Champions Tour's season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship. Jimenez had nine birdies and a closing bogey to match Mediate at 11-under 133 at Hualalai Golf Club. ''I played very well today,'' Jimenez said. I have myself a chance on just about every hole.'' Jimenez is making his third Champions Tour start.
Matt Kuchar's ball crashed into the rocks at the foot of the Santa Rosa Mountains and shot sideways into the All-American Canal. ''I still got one more day left to try to make some birdies and still pull this thing out.'' Two strokes ahead after a birdie on the par-5 14th, Kuchar bogeyed three of the final four holes for a 1-under 71 on PGA West's Arnold Palmer Private Course.