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HT: 6' 11"   WT: 175 lbs   Country: USA   Birthdate: 11/24/1955   Birth Location: Raleigh,NC   College: Wake Forest   Debut: January 1, 1979  

February 18, 2008    Scott Hoch News Update

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Hoch won the ACE Group Classic for his second consecutive win on the Champions Tour.

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Hoch won the FedEx Kinko's Classic by two strokes over D.A. Weibring.

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Hoch, who struggled while coming back from wrist surgery last season, was given a medical exemption for the 2007 PGA Tour season, the Columbus Dispatch reports. He'll have 27 events to earn the equivalant of 125th place on the 2006 PGA Tour money list.

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Hoch plans to play on the Champipns Tour this season, even though he's applied for a a major medical exemption that will allow him 27 starts on the PGA Tour, the Associated Press reports. He had surgery in October 2005 for torn tendons in the back of his wrist.

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Hoch is out until at least July as he tries to rehabilitate his left arm and forearm, PGATour.com reports.

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Hoch did not start Thursday as The Players Championship got underway.

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Hoch withdrew after the first round of the Bay Hill Invitational, citing a sore wrist, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

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Hoch shot a 68 in Thursday's first round of the Ford Championship at Doral.

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Hoch, who has been out for the season with an injury, will make his 2005 debut this week at the Ford Doral Open.

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Hoch withdrew from this week's Chrysler Classic of Greensboro, the Greensboro News & Record reports.

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Hoch finished 10th at the U.S. Bank Championship of Milwaukee.

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Hoch finished T11 at the Cialis Western Open.

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Hoch will be in the field for the Cialis Western Open this week. Hoch did not compete at the Booz Allen Classic. In his last start (at the U.S. Open) he finished T53.

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Coming off a tie for 45th at the HP Classic, Hoch is in the field for this week's Wachovia Championship.

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Hoch finished alone in second place, two shots back of Vijay Singh, at the Shell Houston Open.

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Hoch's 22nd MCI Heritage ended with a tie for seventh place.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2006

Not sure what Hoch has left in the tank, but he's only a year removed from a $1 million season. He's been battling a wrist injury for a couple years now, and there's no way to tell how much he can play in 2006. But this guy has the potential to make a $1 million, and considering he will only cost you $30K, he's a must have.

2004

Hoch is capable of topping the $2 million mark again, but will age and injuries hold him back? Hoch did play well in a November tourney, so he may be healthy again, but injuries can pop up at anytime. We're going to assume that he can at least stay healthier this year than last.