Scott Hoch

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  • Tiger Woods' uneven record at the Players is a testament to the tournament's egalitarian nature.
    May 3, 2010

    Fair Game

    More so than even the four majors, the Players Championship has attracted a wide range of winners
  • Arnold Palmer's efforts to qualify for the British Open underscored the tournament's importance to his contemporaries
    July 9, 2009

    Rite Of Passage

    There was a time when most American golfers skipped the British Open. It took Arnold Palmer and others to make it a can't-miss
  • Allen became the 23rd man to make the Senior PGA Championship his first win on the senior circuit..
    May 23, 2009

    Allen's First Win A Big One

    After going 0 for 271 on the PGA Tour, Michael Allen gets a clutch birdie on 18 to lock up a two-stroke win and grab a major in his Champions Tour debut
  • In 20 years as a touring professional, Allen's only win came on the Nationwide tour
    May 22, 2009

    Allen's Special Invite Paying Off

    Michael Allen passed on the Byron Nelson to make his Champions debut and now he leads the Sr. PGA Championship by one with one round to play
  • Drummond is seeking to become the first European player since 1947 to win the Senior PGA title.
    May 21, 2009

    Drummond Leads The Pack

    Ross Drummond of Scotland fired a four-under 66 and leads a pack of five other players by two strokes after 36 holes
  • Despite two late bogeys, Scott Hoch grabbed a share of the first-round lead Thursday.
    May 20, 2009

    Hoch, Purtzer Tied With 66s

    Scott Hoch and Tom Purtzer each matched the lowest competitive score at Canterbury Golf Club
  • Kenny Perry (left) and Scott Hoch started the final round down four strokes which they had made up by No. 14.
    December 14, 2008

    Perry-Hoch top Holmes-Weekly At Shootout

    With an eagle on 17, Kenny Perry held off Boo Weekley and locked down the win for he and teammate Scott Hoch
  • As Nick Price faded on the back nine, Weibring's five-straight pars to close got the job done.
    October 11, 2008

    Majory Victory For Weibring

    D.A. Weibring rallied from four-strokes down with 14 holes to play to win his first major title by one stroke over hometown favorite Fred Funk
  • After hitting almost 74% of his fairways, Price has gone 36 holes without a bogey.
    October 10, 2008

    The Price Is Right

    With nine Top-10 finishes this year Nick Price is ready to win. His second consecutive 66 gave him a one-stroke lead with an eight-under 202 total after 54 holes
  • Crenshaw's last win was his second Masters victory in 1995.
    October 9, 2008

    Gentle Ben Roars With A 66

    Ben Crenshaw hasn't won in more than 12 years. With a one stroke lead over Fred Funk heading into the weekend that may be about to change
  • Blackmar has three Top 10 and eight Top 25 finishes this year, but has never won on the Senior circuit.
    October 8, 2008

    Blackmar, Fleisher and Smyth Tied

    After leading the field in eagles, birdies and putting, Phil Blackmar's tie with Bruce Fleisher and Des Smyth with five-under 65s was a bit surprising
  • The win was Kite's first since the 2006 edition of the Boeing Classic.
    August 23, 2008

    Kite's Back-Nine Rally Wins

    With three birdies in four holes on the back nine and a final-round six-under 666, Tom Kite flew past Scott Simpson and won by two strokes
  • Snce changing his putter earlier this month Simpson has only two bogeys in 104 holes.
    August 22, 2008

    Simpson's Putter Leads The Way

    A hot putter and five birdies on the back nine help Scott Simpson to a six-under 66 and a two-shot lead heading into the final 18 holes
  • Although he wasn't talking after his round, Wiebe was still steamed about another player's shot that barely missed him.
    August 21, 2008

    Wiebe, Simpson Tied For Lead

    Mark Wiebe, who is one of only 12 players to win in their first Tour start, fired a five-under 67 and shares the lead with Tim Simpson
  • Phil Mickelson
    February 17, 2008

    The Winners' Bags - Feb. 17, 2008

    Phil Mickelson at the Northern Trust Open, Annika Sorenstam at the SBS Open and Scott Hoch at the Ace Group Classic