/Situation or opportunity Maybe it’s both for Haas this week at Sanderson Farms event

Situation or opportunity Maybe it’s both for Haas this week at Sanderson Farms event

In my case, he’s correct. I did. Haas stated that he doesn’t see this as a problem. “I see it as an opportunity.” Okay, that’s his chance: Despite his professional success, Haas is currently playing the PGA Tour with a medical exemption. This weekend, the exemption expires. To retain his PGA Tour playing privileges, Haas must place eighth or better. It’s a chance, I think. It’s also a huge task. Weather permitting, play will begin Thursday morning at the 51st Sanderson Farms Championship held at Country Club of Jackson. Haas must beat 125. He believes he can. After completing his pro-am round, Haas, 36 said, “I want to know how I handle it.” Haas said, “If I play my hardest, I believe that I can win it.” This tournament was previously won by Haas in 2010, when it was called the Viking Classic. It was held at Annandale in Madison. He has also won larger tournaments such as the AT&T National at Congressional and the Tour Championship. He hasn’t won any tournaments since January 2015, when he participated in the Humana Challenge. Haas was also granted a medical extension due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident that killed him last February in Los Angeles. He was scheduled to participate in the Genesis Open. Haas’ rider in the car was not able to survive. Amazingly, Haas sustained no broken bones, but bruises on his legs. Even more amazing, Haas’s injury that bothers him the most is the one he sustained while playing basketball alone a few months prior to the accident. “Just shooting baskets,” Haas said. This level of golf is not easy if you’re healthy. Bad wheels make it even more difficult. Haas stated, “I feel pretty good.” He said, “I’m not 100% but I can walk and play and I feel like my playing is good enough to compete.” He tied for 10th place at the Safeway Open earlier this month. He shot rounds of 70-68,67-73 to finish four shots behind Kevin Tway. On Wednesday, Haas was presented with a seal from the man who is on Mississippi’s only PGA Tour event. He was accompanied by Sanderson Farms CEO Joe Sanderson. Sanderson stated that Bill is hitting the ball very, very well. Sanderson said, “He just needs some putts.” This is golf’s old story, regardless of whether you’ve been in a terrible wreck. Haas, who shot 71 at the pro-am, jokingly said that he didn’t want Joe to see all of my pro-am skills. Haas found CCJ to be a good fit despite his previous success at Annandale. He said, “You need to drive the ball well here because fairways are narrow and there is some trouble.” “The greens here are fast, challenging, and firm.” Haas said that he does not have a plan for what to do if he finishes lower than eighth. He said, “I’ll be trying to figure it out on my own.” Because of my tournament wins, I will be eligible for exemptions from tournaments. I am sure that I would seek out sponsorship exemptions. One-year exemption for Top 50 all-time winners would be possible, but I prefer not to.” He says he does not discuss the “opportunity,” with Jay, his father who is an 18-time winner of the PGA Tour. Bill Haas stated, “I’m pretty certain he wouldn’t consider this a situation.” “It’s golf. You just have to go out and play better. He said, “I’ve never worked as hard on my game as I have these past eight months.” “I want to show my children that hard work pays off.”_x000D