|Date of Birth||5/24/1982|
|Height, Weight||6'2", 185 lbs|
Haas closed with a three-under 69 on Sunday at the U.S. Open to finish in a tie for fifth place.
Haas never really was a contender for the victory all week, but made only four bogeys and put himself in position for a very nice top-five finish at the end of 72 holes. Haas hit over 80 percent of the greens this week, which ranked third-best in the field. On top of that he was fifth in SG: Tee-to-green and fifth in SG: Around-the-green. Haas moved into the top-25 in the FedEx Cup Standings with his 10th top-25 of the season. He will not play at the Travelers Championship next week.
Haas carded a one-over 73 on Sunday at the Memorial Tournament to finish two-under and tied for 25th.
Haas was in prime position to post a top-15 on Sunday, but he bogeyed the last three holes of his tournament and fell down the leaderboard as a result. Haas was 14th among the field in putts per GIR, but he hit just 30-of-56 fairways in regulation. After three consecutive missed cuts, he has posted back-to-back top-25s so he'll head into the U.S. Open with more positive momentum than originally expected.
Haas closed with a one-over 71 on Sunday at the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational to finish three-under and tied for 12th.
Haas, who had missed three consecutive cuts entering the week at Colonial CC, finished top-25 in a stroke-play event for the first time since February's Genesis Open. He struggled with his accuracy off the tee throughout the week, hitting just 27-of-56 fairways in regulation, but he was still able to tie for ninth in terms of GIR percentage. He'll be in the field for the upcoming Memorial Tournament.
Haas closed with a four-over 76 in the final round of the Masters to finish in a tie for 36th place.
He made just one birdie on Sunday to three bogeys and a double-bogey. Haas is off to a very consistent start to the season as he has made the cut in all 10 of his events. He also has seven top-25 finishes including two top-fives at WGC events. Haas will be in the field for the RBC Heritage. He finished T14 at Hilton Head last year.
Haas beat Hideto Tanihara 2 & 1 on Sunday at the WGC-Dell Match Play to finish in third place.
Haas fell to 2 down as the duo made the turn, thanks in part to an ace made by Tanihara on the par-three seventh. Haas would find his groove on the back nine, however, ultimately clinching the victory with a birdie on the par-three 17th to go 2 up. This marks Haas' first top-10 finish since 2016's WGC-HSBC Champions, while he continues to serve as a reliable option in cash-game formats. He won't be in the field for this week's Shell Houston Open as he'll elect to prepare for the Masters in early April.