Morgan Hoffmann
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
The Greenbrier Classic 05/07/2015 270
Travelers Championship 28/06/2015 274
US Open 21/06/2015 285
the Memorial Tournament 07/06/2015 153
AT&T Byron Nelson Championship 31/05/2015 139
Wells Fargo Championship 17/05/2015 283
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 145
Zurich Classic of New Orleans 26/04/2015 276
RBC Heritage 19/04/2015 273
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 287

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Playing like a seasoned veteran rather than a guy in his fifth career start, Brett Stegmaier birdied No. 18 to complete a 3-under 68 on Saturday at the Shriners Hospital for Children Open, maintaining his 1-stroke lead.

The 13-foot birdie putt came after he had given up a stroke with a bogey on No. 17.

He leads Morgan Hoffman by one…

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If you’re having a hard time figuring out who Shriners Hospitals for Children Open leader Brett Stegmaier is, don’t worry … so is everyone else.

The 32-year-old is in just his fifth career start after earning a tour card in the Web.com Tour Finals series.

A graduate of the University of Florida, he was 6-under through 15 holes on Friday before…

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Despite being pursued by some of the best golfers in the world, Morgan Hoffmann took things in stride and extended his lead to three strokes with a gorgeous 7-under 65 Friday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando.

Nine birdies overcame a pair of bogeys to give Hoffmann a three-stroke lead over three players including last year’s champion Matt Every…

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It’s funny how grief can bring out the best in athletes sometimes.

It happened on Thursday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where Morgan Hoffman, four hours after learning his 97-year-old grandmother had passed away, fired a 6-under 66 to take a one-stroke lead at Bay Hill.

His lead is a tenuous one over five of the best players in the game:…

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