Month: April 2015

J.B. Holmes playoff victor at 2015 SHO

HUMBLE, Texas –┬áHaving entered the final round six strokes off the lead, JB Holmes knew he needed to do something special on Sunday to have a chance of winning the Shell Houston Open. After he started with five straight birdies, special was well on its way. The long-hitting Holmes raced out to a front nine […]

Texas’ Jordan Spieth right where he expects to be once again

With a large gallery of support on Saturday, 21-year-old sensation Jordan Spieth finds himself a familiar position — in the final group on Sunday, this time after firing a 67 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead in the Shell Houston Open at 14-under-par. Spieth, who finished second last week in San Antonio, has already […]

Andrew Putnam overtakes Mickelson late to claim 36-hole lead

Late in the day on Friday, it certainly appeared that Phil Mickelson would be the 36-hole leader at the Shell Houston Open. After all, he arrived in the media room late Friday afternoon, firing a 67 to go with his opening 66 to get to 11-under par with very few players left on the course. […]

Piercy’s first-round 63 good for 2-stroke SHO lead

Scott Piercy has won twice on the PGA Tour, but he isn’t exactly a household name. A few performances like the one he had on Thursday during the first round of the Shell Houston Open could change all that. Piercy, who took six months off the PGA Tour last year because of elbow surgery, had […]