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Back 2 Back wins for Haas
Jay Haas earned his second straight victory and fourth of the season after firing consecutive 6-under 66's to win the Bank of America Championship.
Haas began the day three shots back but took the lead with a bogey-free final round that featured four birdies on the front nine and two more on the back. Haas finished with a round total of 203 (-13).Link to this entry
Mahan Wins Travelers
Hunter Mahan earned his first career PGA TOUR title, winning the Travelers Championship in a playoff one year after finishing runner-up. Mahan made a 2-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole. Mahan, who fired a 62 (-8) on Thursday, made four consecutive birdies from nos. 10-13 and and added another from seven feet on the 18th green to finish tied at 15-under.
After the pair returned to the tee for the playoff, Mahan hit his approach to 2 feet and converted the birdie.
Hunter chose a Classic 1-2 punch for his win on Sunday. He laced up a slick black patent and white shield tip Classic Dry Premiere along with a white StaSoif glove.
Mahan's wins marked FootJoy's 15th of the 2007 PGA Tour season.
Shoe Count: 2007 Travelers Championship
Nearest Competitor- 15%
2007 Year to Date Total- 65.7%Link to this entry
Cabrera Wins U.S. Open!
Argentina's Angel Cabrera closed with a final round 1-under par 69 to finish at 285 (+5) and capture the 107th U.S. Open for his first major championship. The win was Cabrera's first victory on American soil and FootJoy's 14th of the 2007 PGA Tour season.
Angel is a regular on the European Tour, but has placed well in Majors before. El Pato ("The Duck" as he is nicknamed in Europe) wore a pair of DryJoys PRO golf shoes for his hard fought victory at Oakmont.
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Shoe Count: U.S. Open Championship
Nearest Competitor- 18.6%
2007 Year to Date Total- 65.5%Link to this entry
Shoe Count: Stanford St. Jude Championship
Nearest Competitor- 16%
2007 Year to Date Total- 65.8%Link to this entry