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Archive for March, 2010

Mar 31 2010

SHO field full of Masters invitees

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The Shell Houston Open teed off today with 144 of the best golfers in the world playing for a $5.8 million purse at Redstone Golf Club. Defending champion Paul Casey withdrew with an injury to his left shoulder and Rod Pampling withdrew after learning his father-in-law had passed away. Alternates Andrew McClardy and Steve Wheatcroft [...]

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Mar 30 2010

Prominent Pro-Am Day tee times

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Wednesday’s Grand Pro-Am is filled with some of the world’s best players. It will be the last opportunity for fans to take photos of their favorite players. Only media members can take photos starting Thursday. Stars will be teeing off from 7:15 AM until 2 PM on the Redstone Golf Club — Tournament Course. Here [...]

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Mar 29 2010

Playoff decides SHO 4-spotter

William McGirt of Boiling Springs, SC, Tag Ridings of Roanoke, TX, Anderw Svoboda of Orlando, FL and Frank Lickliter II of Ponte Vedra, FL earned the final playing positions in this week’s Shell Houston Open. Those four players and Aron Price of Jacksonville, FL each shot 7-under-par 67 to tie after 18 holes in Monday’s Shell Houston Open qualifying [...]

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Mar 28 2010

4-spotter set at Cypresswood

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A field of 157 competitors will be vying for the final four playing positions in the Shell Houston Open in a qualifying tournament Monday at Cypresswood Golf Club’s Tradition Course. Competitors are scheduled to begin teeing off #1 and #10 tees at 8 AM with an early afternoon wave going out when the first wave is completed. The [...]

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Mar 26 2010

Ogilvy, Kim, Singh join field

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Australian Geoff Ogilvy (#14), Anthony Kim (#27) and three-time Shell Houston Open winner Vijay Singh (#34) committed to play in next week’s Shell Houston Open. Players had until Friday to commit or withdraw from the tournament.   Additionally the Shell Houston Open’s world class field now boasts 6 of the Top 10 players in the [...]

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Mar 25 2010

PGA champ Yang commits

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PGA Championship winner Y.E. Yang has joined Masters champ Angel Cabrera of Argentina and U.S. Open champ Lucas Glover in the Shell Houston Open, set March 29-April 4 at Redstone Golf Club – Tournament Course.   When Yang defeated Tiger Woods down the stretch at the 2009 PGA Championship at Hazeltine he became the first [...]

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Mar 21 2010

Mickelson, Couples join SHO field

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Fan favorites Phil Mickelson and Fred Couples are now on the official commitment list for the Shell Houston Open, set March 29-April 4 at Redstone Golf Club – Tournament Course.   Mickelson, No. 3 in the World Golf Rankings, will be making his third consecutive start in Houston’s PGA TOUR stop. Couples, who played collegiate [...]

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Mar 17 2010

Els, Harrington commit to SHO

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Ernie Els (No. eight) and Padraig Harrington (No. nine) are the latest international stars to join the world class field at the Shell Houston Open, set the week of March 29-April 1 at Redstone Golf Club – Tournament Course. Currently, six of the top 11 players in the World Golf Rankings will be teeing it [...]

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Mar 11 2010

Kaymer, Scott, Mahan in SHO

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A trio of professional golf’s 20-something stars will tee it up at the Shell Houston Open.   Martin Kaymer (No. 8 in the World Golf Rankings) of Germany, 2007 Shell Houston Open champion Adam Scott (No. 44) and Western Waste Phoenix Open winner Hunter Mahan (No. 22) will join the world class field the week [...]

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Mar 06 2010

Seeing is Believing

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Written by Sarah Stubbs As a member of the Shell Houston Open PR team, I had heard a lot about the charity money raised by the tournament and the Houston Golf Association’s related activities – to the tune of $48 million since 1992, when Shell Oil Company became the title sponsor.  Last month, I had [...]

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