ALOHA, Ore. (AP) -- Father's Day is in June, but Tuesday felt like it for Jay Haas at Peter Jacobsen's Umpqua Bank Challenge.
Haas teamed with his son, Bill, to shoot a best-ball score of 17-under 55 to win the 36-hole tournament by eight strokes over Scott McCarron and Steve Elkington at The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club.
The Haas' shot a two-round score of 26-under 118, the lowest score during the 18-year history of Umpqua Bank and Fred Meyer Challenges.
Jay Haas had a front row seat to a spectacular performance put on by Bill, who shot 60 with his own ball. The Haas' were 15 under through the first 14 holes, and didn't make a par until the par-4 15th hole.