With a birdie-birdie finish in the final round of Q School, Bill Haas earned his PGA Tour card for 2006 and finally got the monkey off his back.
After four rounds at PGA Tour Q School, Bill Haas needed some help with his swing. So he turned to his father, longtime tour pro Jay.
How are Notah Begay's chances of clinching a tour card on Monday? "It's like being in the World Series and being down three games to none," he says.
Boo Weekley last made the PGA Tour in 2001 and is struggling in his attempt to return to the tour in 2006, dropping 22 spots to T-36 on Friday.
Notah Begay III began the day with a phone call to Tiger Woods. But he hardly looked like his college buddy on the course Thursday.
Bill Haas was a can't-miss kid. Notah Begay is a four-time tour champion. Boo Weekly is a journeyman. But they were all in the same boat on Day 1 at Q School.
When 165 professional golfers compete in an event that yields only 30 winners, plenty of dreams will be unrealized.