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Examples of "horschel"
Billy Horschel (15,16,17,18), Hunter Mahan (16,17,18)
Harris English, Russell Henley, Billy Horschel, Jimmy Walker, Boo Weekley
Roberto Castro, Brendon de Jonge (15), Billy Horschel, D. A. Points, Kevin Streelman, Nick Watney, Boo Weekley
On Friday, the second round was suspended due to darkness, with 68 players yet to complete their rounds. The leaders in the clubhouse were Mickelson and Billy Horschel, at 139 (−1). Horschel hit all 18 greens in regulation and shot a 67 (−3). When the second round was completed Saturday morning, Horschel and Mickelson still stood atop the leader board. Only six players shot under-par rounds, led by Horschel's 67. The scoring average for the second round was 75.13.
William John Horschel (born December 7, 1986) is an American professional golfer who currently plays on the PGA Tour.
Two days after winning the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup, Horschel became a father for the first time.
Amateurs: Coe (+10), Horschel (+12), Molinari (+13), Moore (+15), Nagle (+16), Fujikawa (+18), Dougherty (+20), Baca (+21), Posey (+22).
Horschel was born and raised in Grant, Florida. He attended Bayside High School in neighboring Palm Bay.
Horschel earned his second win at the 2014 BMW Championship and moved to 23rd in the world rankings. The next week, he won The Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club and with it the FedEx Cup. The win also moved Horschel to 14th in the OWGR.
Horschel turned professional in 2009. In December 2009, he successfully gained a 2010 PGA Tour card through qualifying school. A wrist injury limited Horschel to four PGA Tour events that year, and he did not make the cut in any of them.
The Tour Championship was played September 11−14. Of the 30 players eligible to play in the event, only one, Dustin Johnson (ranked 30), did not play. There was no cut. Billy Horschel won the tournament by three strokes over Jim Furyk and Rory McIlroy. After starting the playoffs in 69th place and missing the cut in the first playoff tournament, Horschel finished T-2, win, and win in the next three events to win the FedEx Cup.
The players with the highest world rankings not on the team were: Billy Horschel (ranked 14), Chris Kirk (22), and Steve Stricker (28). Their respective rankings on 2 September were 45, 25, and 24. The rankings for 7 September were 23, 24, and 25, respectively. After finishing tied for second at the Deutsche Bank Championship on 1 September, Horschel had won the next two events, the BMW Championship and The Tour Championship, to secure the FedEx Cup.
Jamie Donaldson, Sergio García (9), Emiliano Grillo (9), Billy Horschel (9), Martin Kaymer (9), Russell Knox (9,10), Marc Leishman (9), David Lingmerth (9), Phil Mickelson (9), Adam Scott (9,10), Justin Thomas (9,10)
Horschel finished third at the 2012 True South Classic, but only finished 147th on the 2012 money list. Horschel's best finish on the Tour is a 4th at the 2012 Stadion Classic at UGA.
Jonas Blixt (12), Ken Duke, Derek Ernst, Brian Gay, Bill Haas (12), Billy Horschel (12), Graeme McDowell (5,12), John Merrick, D. A. Points, Henrik Stenson (8,12), Kevin Streelman (12), Michael Thompson, Boo Weekley (12)
McIlroy was part of the Great Britain & Ireland team at the 2007 Walker Cup, held at the Royal County Down Golf Club. On the first day of the event he was paired with Jonathan Caldwell for morning foursomes, and the match was halved. In the afternoon he faced Billy Horschel in singles, but Horschel won 1 up. On the second day McIlroy and Caldwell lost in morning foursomes by the score of 2 & 1. In the afternoon he faced Horschel in singles again, and this time he won by the score of 1 up. McIlroy's overall record was (1–2–1) in Win-Loss-Tie format. The United States came out victorious by a score of 12½ to 11½.
In the 2013 U.S. Open, Horschel held the joint lead with Phil Mickelson, at the halfway stage of the tournament. Playing in his first major as a professional, he was one of only two players under par after the second round, hitting all 18 of Merion's greens in regulation. He shot rounds of 72-74 over the weekend to finish at five-over-par for the tournament and four strokes behind eventual winner Justin Rose. Horschel finished T4 in his first major as a professional and moved up to 34th in the world rankings and 4th in the FedEx Cup standings.
In December 2010, he regained his Tour card through qualifying school to back up his medical extension should he fail to earn enough to secure his Tour Card. In February 2011, he made the cut at the Mayakoba Golf Classic, his first in eleven PGA Tour starts, finishing T13. Horschel finished the season 140th on the money list, granting him conditional status for 2012.
Tim Clark, Matt Every, Russell Henley, J. B. Holmes, Billy Horschel (12), Matt Jones, Chris Kirk (12), Hunter Mahan (12), Hideki Matsuyama (12), Ryan Moore (12), Justin Rose (5,12), Adam Scott (9,12), John Senden, Kevin Stadler, Scott Stallings, Kevin Streelman (12)
An Byeong-hun (18), Kiradech Aphibarnrat (18), Jamie Donaldson, Victor Dubuisson (18), Matthew Fitzpatrick (18), Sergio García (18), Billy Horschel (18), Thongchai Jaidee (18), Søren Kjeldsen (18), Anirban Lahiri (18), Andy Sullivan (18), Lee Westwood, Bernd Wiesberger (18), Danny Willett (18), Chris Wood (18)