Monday Morning Golf Report

March 2, 2009

Bill Haas and Billy Andrade both made the cut at this weekend's PGA Tour Mayakoba Golf Classic at El Camaleon Golf Club in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Haas posted five birdies and no bogies in his second round of 65 to vault him to 22nd place heading into the weekend. It was his fourth cut made this season and despite a tough round on Saturday, he made four birdies in his final eight holes on Sunday to finish at 1-under and tied for 38th.

Andrade posted rounds of 69-71 to make his first cut of the 2009 season. He followed that with another round of 69 on Saturday and wound up finishing tied for 57th after a round of 73 on Sunday.

The Nationwide Tour held its second tournament of the season at the Moonah Classic at Moonah Links in Fingal, Victoria, Australia. Kyle Reifers opened the tournament with a round of 3-under 69 and would also make his first cut of the season. He posted rounds of 73-71 over the weekend to finish tied for 22nd.

Len Mattiace and Ron Whittaker both also made the start down-under but both players missed the cut.

Laura Diaz started the Honda LPGA of Thailand with a round of 1-over 73 but responded with five birdies and just one bogey on Friday for a round of 68, which put her in a tie for 11th after two days.

However, she would card rounds of 72 and 76 on Saturday and Sunday and would slip to a tie for 26th. Despite the finish, it was her second-cut made in two tournaments this season and the third check she has cashed this year.

The LPGA Tour stays over seas for the HBC Women's Champions in Singapore while the Nationwide Tour will do the same at the HSBC New Zealand PGA Championship in Harewood, Christchurch, NZL.

The PGA Tour heads east for the southern swing starting this weekend at the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and the Champions Tour will return to action at the Toshiba Classic in Newport Beach, Calif.

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