Bill, Jay Haas run away to claim crown at Umpqua

Updated: February 22, 2013

The father/son duo of Jay and Bill Haas birdied the first12 holes of The Umpqua Bank Challenge, then eagled the 13th hole and never looked back. They ended the day 26-under par, eight ahead of the second place team, defending champions Scott McCarron and Steve Elkington (18-under-par).

Bill Haas shot 12-under par (60) on his own ball for the day, setting The Reserve North Course course record. In addition, the Haas duo set the record for the lowest winning score in Challenge history. The previous record of 24-under-par was shared by Steve Elkington and Scott McCarron at the 2011 Umpqua Bank Challenge (held at The Portland Golf Club), and Billy Andrade and Brad Faxon at the 2001 Fred Meyer Challenge, held at The Reserve.

Tournament host Peter Jacobsen, along with teammate and fan-favorite Lee Trevino, ended the tournament in seventh place with a final score of nine-under-par.

More than 10,000 spectators attended the three-day event at The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club.

Umpqua Bank Challenge
At The Reserve Golf Club

Haas-Haas 63-55-118
Elkington-McCarron 69-57-126
Martin-Stanley 64-63-127
Garrigus-Killeen 65-63-128
Henninger-Johnson 66-66-132
Allred-Vojarro 67-65-132
Jacobsen-Trevino 67-68-134
Mozo-Sadlowski 67-70-137