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he Viking Classic, which began the Fall Classic series of events last season, becomes one of the FedExCup events in 2011 when it moves to a July


date opposite the British Open. The pressure on players will still be great because of the points at stake, but perhaps a bit different from a Fall Classic event when players try not only to win, but also to be one of the top 125 on the PGA TOUR’s official money list, thereby earning full exemptions for the coming season and avoiding Qualifying School, which is as close to a career near-death experience as there is in golf. For Bill Haas, his win earlier in the year at the Bob Hope Classic assured his 2011 exemption, but it didn’t help


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Bill Haas moved up the money list with his Viking Classic win.


How did Haas do it?


As the 2010 season wound down, a look at Bill Haas’ statistics showed a very solid game:


calm his nerves going into the final round at Annandale Golf Club. Nor did a brilliant amateur career or the fact that since his first full season on the PGA TOUR in 2006, he was always comfortably within the top 125. His best finish came in 2009 when he finished 61st on the money list. “I had to handle my nerves beginning on the first hole,”


said Haas, whose victory moved him to 26th on the money list and made him exempt from qualifying through 2013. “But it’s just not easy.” That Haas made five bogeys Sunday and won still by


three strokes speaks volumes about what a case of nerves will do to a player, no matter how accomplished—in part because he understood just how much was on the line


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• He ranked 20th in the All-Around category.


• He was 23rd in Greens in Regulation.


• He was 27th in Scoring Average.


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