|Evts||Cuts Md||Wins||2nd||3rd||T10||Sc Avg||FedEx Pts||Earnings||World Pts|
|Assets:||Makes a living on the greens. Reads the breaks perfectly and possesses a simple but very efficient putting stroke. Also relies on his experience to find ways to score.|
|Flaws:||Very inconsistent from tee to green. Unproven performer at the top level. Doesn't have the power off the tee to contend on long and tough venues. Overall game is average.|
|Career Potential:||Grinder / tour survivor.|
Hunter Haas ties for 65th; loses TOUR status | 05/05/2013 3:32 PM
NewsOn his last start via a Major Medical Extension, Hunter Haas settled for a share of 65th place worth $13,936.00 at the Wells Fargo Championship.
ImpactHaas posted 6-over-par 75-71-73-75=294 for his third payday in five starts this season, but he fell $205,217 short of fulfilling the terms of his MME. He needed no worse than a solo seventh to retain status. And because he came up short (by $32,002) of securing conditional status as a secondary goal -- a two-way T29 was necessary at worst -- he no longer has status on the PGA TOUR. Expect him to play full-time on the Web.com Tour for the remainder of the season.
Hunter Haas down to last start on his medical | 04/28/2013 7:42 PM
NewsHunter Haas completed 72 holes of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans in 7-under-par 72-69-70-70=281, good for a share of 47th place worth $16,159.00.
ImpactHe didn't pounce on a scoring TPC Louisiana like many others, but it's his best finish among two paydays in four starts on the PGA TOUR this season. With it plugged in, he's scheduled to make the trip to Quail Hollow for this week's Wells Fargo Championship. If he doesn't withdraw before his tee time in the opening round, it will be his final start via a Major Medical Extension. To retain status, he needs to earn $219,153. That would require no worse than a solo seventh (worth $224,450). To secure conditional status as a secondary goal, he'd need to bank $45,938. No worse than a two-way T29 (worth $46,565) would get that job done. Short of that and the non-winner would lose his status.
H. Haas goes 0-for-9 in birdie opps on Friday | 04/19/2013 4:38 PM
NewsHunter Haas completed 36 holes of the RBC Heritage in 5-over-par 71-76=147 and will miss the cut.
ImpactHaas' opening round was a frustrating experience. He hit 13 greens in regulation and converted six birdies, but he erased the entire set with four bogeys and a double. Today's lap around Harbour Town included five bogeys as he went 0-for-9 in birdie chances. The failed opportunity leaves him with two starts on his Major Medical Extension to earn $235,312 and retain status.
Hunter Haas cashes in first start in return | 03/31/2013 9:09 PM
NewsHunter Haas tied for 65th place at the Shell Houston Open, picking up a payday worth $12,834.00.
ImpactThis was his first start on the PGA TOUR since having hip surgery last year. He settled at even-par 69-71-74-74=288 at Redstone. Haas now has four starts remaining on his Major Medical Extension to earn $235,312 and retain status. He'll make the short trip to this week's Valero Texas Open.
Hunter Haas books his return to the PGA TOUR | 03/22/2013 9:08 PM
NewsHunter Haas is listed in the published field of next week's Shell Houston Open.
ImpactHaas has burned four rehab starts on the Web.com Tour this season after returning from hip surgery. He has five starts on a Major Medical Extension on the PGA TOUR to earn $248,146 and retain status. In his debut at Redstone's Tournament Course a year ago, he tied for 75th place.
Hunter Haas over par in return to competition | 02/21/2013 7:33 PM
NewsHunter Haas signed for a 1-over-par 38-33=71 following his opening round of the Panama Claro Championship on the Web.com Tour.
ImpactBack in action since having hip surgery last August, Haas sandwiched four consecutive birdies at Panama Golf Club with three bogeys and a double. He's entitled to five rehab starts on the secondary circuit before he return to the PGA TOUR on which he has a Major Medical Extension affording five starts to earn $248,146 and retain status.
Hunter Haas to open 2013 on the Web.com Tour | 02/15/2013 7:51 PM
NewsHunter Haas is listed in the published field of next week's Panama Claro Championship on the Web.com Tour.
ImpactAfter making 24 starts in 2012, Haas underwent surgery on his hip and hasn't played since. Expect him to take advantage of his maximum five rehab starts on the secondary circuit since he has only five starts on the PGA TOUR via a Major Medical Extension to earn $248,146 and retain status.
|April 29-May 5||Wells Fargo Championship||T65||75||71||73||75||294||6||$13,936|
|April 22-28||Zurich Classic of New Orleans||T47||72||69||70||70||281||-7||$16,159|
|April 15-21||RBC Heritage||Cut||71||76||-||-||147||-||-|
|April 1-7||Valero Texas Open||Cut||79||71||-||-||150||-||-|
|March 25-31||Shell Houston Open||T65||69||71||74||74||288||0||$12,834|
|Best Finish||47||Zurich Classic of New Orleans||April 22-28||8|
|Worst Opening Round||79||Valero Texas Open||April 1-7||81|
|Worst Finishing Round||75||Wells Fargo Championship||April 29-May 5||77|
|Worst First 36 Holes||150||Valero Texas Open||April 1-7||155|
|Worst Last 36 Holes||148||2 times-last: Wells Fargo Championship||last: April 29-May 5||145|
|Worst Tournament (vs par)||Missed Cut||2 times-last: RBC Heritage||last: April 15-21||Missed Cut|
|Best Round||69||2 times-last: Zurich Classic of New Orleans||last: April 22-28||65|
|Best Opening Round||69||Shell Houston Open||March 25-31||66|
|Best Finishing Round||70||Zurich Classic of New Orleans||April 22-28||67|
|Best First 36 Holes||140||Shell Houston Open||March 25-31||136|
|Best Last 36 Holes||140||Zurich Classic of New Orleans||April 22-28||139|
|Best Tournament (vs par)||-7||Zurich Classic of New Orleans||April 22-28||-7|
|Worst Finish||Missed Cut||2 times-last: RBC Heritage||last: April 15-21||Missed Cut|
|Worst Round||79||Valero Texas Open||April 1-7||81|