Americans Patrick Cantlay and Lee Hodges dominated the first round of the American Express PGA Tour Thursday in California, falling 10 strokes each from par.
The peculiarity of this event is that it is played on three different stadiums. Cantlay and Hodges began competing on the court at La Quinta Golf Club.
Hand each of them a clear card of 62 (-10), consisting of an eagle and eight birds. Thus, they will begin the second day of activities, prioritizing two strikes over American Cameron Young and South Korean KH Lee. Like the point guards, Young walked La Quinta during the first round. Lee, for his part, hit 64 kicks at the stadium.
New Zealander Danny Lee, Irish Seamus Power, as well as Americans Tom Hogg and Grayson Sage were the best in the “Niklaus” course. The four men hit the white body 65 (-7) times. They share fifth place with four other participants.
Roger Sloan was the best Canadian on day one. Shoot round 66 (-6) on the stadium “the stadium”.
Adam Hadwin and Michael Glejcic did well, with a score of 68 (-4), which earned them a 40th place, tied with many other golfers. Nick Taylor and Adam Svenson indicate level 52 thanks to a 69 (-3) card.
Things went less well for Taylor Pendrith (71;-1) and Corey Conners (75; +3), who will have to double their efforts to move up in the peloton, who are 96th and 143rd respectively.
LPGA: Brooke M. Henderson Close to the Top
Canadian Brooke M. Henderson got off to a good start at the Hilton Grand Vacations of Champions in Orlando, Florida, with a first card of 69 (-3).
A Maple Leaf representative stopped five birds and committed two ghosts. She shares sixth place with American Jessica Korda and Tai Bagari Annarukarn.
However, three strokes behind Mexican Gabi Lopez.
Only 29 women participate in this tournament, which includes all those who have won at least one event within the previous year. No other Canadians are participating.
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