Most of the participants in this year’s Masters Tournament have seen Augusta National Golf Club only from a player’s perspective. Bill Haas has seen it as a spectator, caddie and player. When he was old enough, Haas, who grew up ...
Matt Kuchar could young stars who did not play the Masters as an amateur exactly what they missed. "When you're an amateur there, you really feel special," Kuchar said of the Masters. "You get sponsor exemptions as an amateur (to PGA Tour events), but you don't feel like you're all that meant to be there. At Augusta, they really make you feel you are meant to be there."
Bill Haas added another under-par round to his fresh Masters Tournament resume Saturday afternoon.
It's hard to imagine the Masters Tournament ever finding more of a home during a family reunion than when the Haas clan gets together for a barbecue and conversation.