Month: February 2017

MAJOR CHAMPIONS JOIN No.7 ADAM SCOTT AT 2017 SHELL HOUSTON OPEN

HUMBLE, TX (Feb. 22, 2017) —Eight major championship winners have committed to the 2017 Shell Houston Open, March 30-April 2 at the Golf Club of Houston announced Tournament Director Steve Timms. Joining World No. 7 and 2013 Masters champion Adam Scott are Jimmy Walker, Keegan Bradley, Stewart Cink and Lucas Glover. Top-ranked international players Ernie Els, […]

Diaz clinches World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship bid as top Mexican player

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – With one week remaining until the best players in the world gather in Mexico City, Roberto Diaz has officially qualified for the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship as the top-ranked Mexican player in the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR). At No. 472 in the world, Diaz edged out fellow countryman Rodolfo Cazaubon […]

No. 7 ADAM SCOTT, DEFENDING CHAMPION JIM HERMAN & SIX PAST CHAMPIONS COMMIT TO THE 2017 SHELL HOUSTON OPEN

HUMBLE, TX (Feb. 15, 2017) —Shell Houston Open added eight past champions to the 2017 field, announced Tournament Director Steve Timms. Returning to compete at the Golf Club of Houston Tournament Course March 30-April 2 is the 2016 defending champion, Jim Herman along with 2007 champion Adam Scott. They are joining past champions J.B. Holmes […]

PATRICK REED AMONG LOCAL FAVORITES JHONATTAN VEGAS & SHAWN STEFANI COMMIT TO THE SHELL HOUSTON OPEN

HUMBLE, TX (Feb. 08, 2017) — Patrick Reed of Spring, No. 10 in the World Golf Rankings, is among the latest commitments for the Shell Houston Open, announced Tournament Director Steve Timms. Reed is joining two other local favorites, Jhonattan Vegas and Shawn Stefani to compete the week of March 30-April 2 at the Golf Club of Houston […]

Hideki Matsuyama wins Waste Management Phoenix Open

Hideki Matsuyama Defending Waste Management Phoenix Open champion Hideki Matsuyama posted a final-round 5-under 66 to match the 17-under 267 total posted by Webb Simpson 40 minutes earlier. The pair headed to sudden death and matched pars over the first three playoff holes (18, 18, 10) before Matsuyama holed a birdie putt at No. 17 […]