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PLAYER PROFILES


JOHN HUH


HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 190


BIRTHDATE/PLACE: April 21, 1990 New York, NY


CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS: John Huh finished tied for


sixth at the Farmers


Insurance Open in just his second career PGA TOUR start. He began the final round at the Mayakoba Golf Classic seven strokes behind leader Daniel Summerhays and then shot a bogey-free, 8-under 63 (six birdies and an eagle) to post a 13-under score, which got him into a playoff with Robert


Allenby after Allenby double-bogeyed the 72nd hole. The duo battled for eight playoff holes, tying for the second-longest extra session in PGA TOUR history and the first eight-hole playoff since 1983. After both players made pars on the first seven holes (alternating between the 18th and 10th holes at El Camaleon Golf Club), Huh made a par to Allenby’s bogey on the par-3 10th hole to secure his first TOUR title in only his fifth TOUR start. He tied for second with Matt Every at


the Valero Texas Open after opening with a 44 on the first nine. He tied for fifth at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial for his seventh top-25 finish in 15 starts.


ZACH JOHNSON


HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 160


BIRTHDATE/PLACE: February 24, 1976 Cedar Rapids, IA CURRENT


YEAR HIGHLIGHTS: Zach


Johnson finished solo second, five strokes behind Carl Pettersson at the RBC Heritage in his eighth start at the Hilton Head Island event. It marked the sixth runner-up finish of his career and first since the 2009 John Deere Classic. He holed a 27-foot par putt on the 72nd hole at THE PLAYERS to post


MATT KUCHAR


HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 195


BIRTHDATE/PLACE: June 21, 1978 Winter Park, FL


CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS: Matt Kuchar tied for fifth at the World Golf Championships- Accenture Match Play Championship after losing 6 and 5 to Hunter Mahan in the quarterfinals.


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He tied for third at the Masters Tournament and then posted his first victory of the season and fourth of his career at THE PLAYERS. His win came in his eighth start at TPC Sawgrass and he became the first American to win THE PLAYERS since Phil Mickelson in 2007 and the sixth since 2000. Kuchar’s PLAYERS victory came in the town where his parents have resided for more than 10 years, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, and his family stayed with his parents during the week.


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11-under and finish T2, two strokes behind winner Matt Kuchar. Johnson entered the final round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial trailing Jason Dufner by one stroke, but a 2-over 72 (Dufner shot 74) was enough for a one-stroke victory— making him the 12th multiple winner at Colonial (also won in 2010). Things got interesting on the final hole, as he violated Rule 20-7 by playing his ball on the green from the wrong place, leading to a two- stroke penalty. The victory (the eighth of his career) was his fourth in the state of Texas, compared to three in Georgia and one in Hawaii.


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