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April 28-May 1 Zurich Classic of New Orleans


THE YEAR AHEAD 2011


El Dorado Winfield Miami Bartlesville Tulsa


man Ada


Claremore Bixby


dwest City 40 Shawnee


Tahlequah


Lebanon


Pittsburg 44


Joplin


City Missouri Farmington


Springfield Nixa


Poplar Bluff


FayettevilleJonesboro Fort Smith Searcy


40 Pine Bluff


Durant Paris


Plano Dallas na


ple r


Texarkana 30


Rockwall


20 Kilgore Tyler


Nacogdoches Palestine


College Station


ar Land mpo


ctoria eside pus Christi en wnsville Andros lipas 95˚


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S t a t e s


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125 Miles


Toll Roads and Bridges Interstate Highways U.S. Highways


TPC Louisiana (Par 72/7,399 yards) Avondale, Louisiana


250 Miles 90˚ 85˚ Golf Channel/CBS 125 KM 250 KM 500 KM


Major Rivers Lakes


Tournament Record: 262, Chip Beck, 1988 (Lakewood Country Club)


Current Tournament Course Record:


65, Chris DiMarco, Arjun Atwal, 2005; Jason Bohn, 2010


Key West 80˚ Great Exuma Long Island 75˚ G u l f o f M e x i c o Freeport Port Lavaca Lufkin De Ridder Lafayette


Camden Greenville El Dorado


Yazoo City


Minden Monroe Louisiana


49


McComb 55


Baton Rouge 10


Hattiesburg 59


Bogalusa Biloxi


New Orleans Avondale Jackson 20 65 Enterprise Mobile


Crestview Destin


Pensacola


Oxford 55


Kennett


55 Evansville


Jackson Sikeston


Paducah


Clarksville Union City


Dyersburg Jackson 40 Columbia Athens Tupelo Tuscaloosa 65


Madisonville


Hopkinsville Middlesborough


Nashville Tennessee


Huntsville 59


Oxford Leeds


Hoover


Opelika 85


Troy Murfreesboro


OwensboroCampbellsville Glasgow


Kentucky Berea Somerset


Bluefield 81


75 Knoxville Maryville


Lawrenceburg Chattanooga


Dalton Clemson 85 Gainesville


Buford Marietta Griffin Atlanta Georgia Eufaula Ozark Dothan 75


Columbus Albany


Valdosta


Roanoke Martinsville Danville


Winston-Salem Greensboro High Point Cary


Eden


Gastonia Asheville


Athens Monroe 20


Macon Vidalia


Moultrie


Tallahassee Palatka Deltona


Kingsland 10


Orlando Kissimmee


Saint Petersburg Clearwater Tampa


Sarasota Venice Bartow Bradenton Coral Springs


North Port 75


Homestead Dublin 16


Hinesville Douglas


Savannah 95 Brunswick


Jacksonville Saint Augustine


Gainesville Florida Daytona Beach Edgewater


Titusville


Melbourne 95 Sebastian


Port Saint Lucie Grand Bahama


Boca Raton West Palm Beach


Naples Hialeah Fort Lauderdale Miami


New Providence Nassau Abaco Eleuthera


Bahama Islands


Cat Island San Salvador Rum Cay 25˚ 30˚ 77


Charlotte Monroe


Spartanburg Greenville 95 40


85 Norfolk 95


Henderson Greenville Raleigh Columbia


Aiken Orangeburg Augusta


Statesboro North Carolina Havelock


Lumberton Jacksonville Wilmington


Myrtle Beach South Carolina


North Charleston Charleston


70˚


A t l a n t i c O c e a n


Elizabeth City 35˚


500 Miles


Jason Bohn made a comeback at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.


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How did Bohn do it?


Jason Bohn captured his second career PGA TOUR by winning the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Bohn had a strong performance:


• He tied for second in Driving Accuracy.


• Bohn was fourth in Putting.


• He tied for sixth in Greens in Regulation.


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102 PGA TOUR OFFICIAL ANNUAL 2011


s a member of the University of Alabama golf team, Jason Bohn earned at least a footnote in golf history in 1992 when he won $1 million in a


hole-in-one contest. This, of course, presented Bohn with a difficult decision: If he accepted the money he would forfeit his amateur status. It took him about a nanosecond to make up his mind and he’s since been receiving $50,000 a year and will for the next two years.


2010 FEDEXCUP STANDINGS RANK +/- NAME


POINTS


+8 ERNIE ELS -1 JIM FURYK


1,396.00 1,221.00


-1 ANTHONY KIM 1,140.00 -1 STEVE STRICKER 966.00


-1 CAMILIO VILLEGAS 960.00 Bohn joined the PGA TOUR following the 2004


Qualifying School and picked up his first victory the following year at the B.C. Open. That same year he finished an impressive 35th on the Official Money List. In 2006 he had three Top-10s and ended the year ranked 43rd on the money list. But 2007 was an entirely different story. He had to


withdraw from the Memorial Tournament after suffering a rib injury and did not play for the rest of the season. Sad to say, 2008 was no great success either. After undergoing three surgeries on his back, he only had 15 starts and ended the year ranked 123rd on the money list. But 2009 was promising as he had two Top-10s and


lost in a playoff at the Wyndham Championship after shooting a final-round 62. “I couldn’t have been happier just to get in the


playoff,” he said. “The way I’m playing, I have no regrets whatsoever.”


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