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American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour and won the 2011 FedEx Cup. Wikipedia

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    • He had held the lead or a share of it from day one until the back nine on Sunday when Bill Haas posted the clubhouse lead at seven under par.Phil Mickelson-Wikipedia
    • In the semifinals, he defeated Bill Haas 3 & 2, which set up his rematch with Johnson, who was attempting to win his third straight tournament.Jon Rahm-Wikipedia
    • Bill Haas won the Tour Championship to finish top of the standings by 15 points, with Simpson in second place after finishing 22nd in the field of 30 players.Webb Simpson-Wikipedia
    • He shot 67-69-68 and was tied for the 54 hole lead with Bill Haas.Phil Mickelson-Wikipedia
    • His great-nephew, Bill Haas, plays on the PGA Tour, and won the Tour Championship tournament and FedEx Cup in 2011.Bob Goalby-Wikipedia
    • Schwartzel won his second PGA Tour event, on 13 March 2016, taking the Valspar Championship on the first hole of sudden-death, after tying Bill Haas at 277 after 72 holes.Charl Schwartzel-Wikipedia

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