After a windy tournament at the Valero Open, many players didn’t know what to expect in Houston.
JB Holmes however, showed that he knew what to expect and during the final round birdied the first five holes at the Shell Houston Open. He birdied nine of the first 12 after starting the day six shots back of Jordan Spieth. JB Holmes in basketball terms, was “on fire” most of the weekend and deserved the win after a three way sudden death with Spieth and Wagner.
Three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson was ONE shot off the lead through 36 holes.On Sunday, he birdied the first hole, but had a not too consistent round finishing in t17 position.
Many of the players in the field have the Masters on their mind and today kicks off #mastersweekend.