Bill Haas Extends Streak; Rickie Fowler Finishes 21st

Photo courtesy of the PGA Tour

Photo courtesy of the PGA Tour

Bill Haas extended his streak to four years in a row with at least one win on Tour with his three shot win at Congressional on Sunday. With his win at the AT&T National, Haas joins Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose, and Loxahatchee River resident Dustin Johnson as the only players to have at least one Tour win for each of the past four years.

Hass entered the final round in a tie for first before firing a 5-under 66 in the final round to win comfortably. It was his fifth career victory and it came on a course that while not set up for a U.S. Open like it was in 2011, still played very difficult over the four days.

Haas made six birdies and one bogey on Sunday, finishing the week as the only player to break par in all four rounds. His four day total of 12-under par was actually four strokes higher than the 16-under total that Palm Beach Gardens resident Rory Mcllroy carded to win the 2011 U.S. Open on the same course.

Rickie Fowler records another top 25 finish

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Photo courtesy of Getty Images

Rickie Fowler went into this weekend still looking for his first win of 2013. He had come close with a third place finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and came into the week fresh off a final round 64 the week before at the Travelers.

While the Loxahatchee River resident fell short, he did record his seventh top 25 finish of the year. Fowler failed to break 70 but still finished the weekend at one-under, good enough for a tie for 21st.

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