Puerto Rico Open R1
Collated first round scores from the PGA Tour’s Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com at the Trump International GC – Puerto Rico in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico (USA unless stated, par 72):
66 George McNeill, Matthew Jones (Aus)
67 Ben Curtis
68 Jeff Overton, Todd Hamilton, Daniel Summerhays, Kevin Kisner
69 Brendon De Jonge, Brian Davis (Eng), Scott Brown, Lee Janzen, Will Claxton, Angel Cabrera (Arg), Gavin Coles (Aus), Graham Delaet (Can), Kevin Stadler, Mathew Goggin (Aus), Roland Thatcher, Shaun Micheel, Roberto Castro
70 Vaughn Taylor, Mark D. Anderson, Danny Lee (Nzl), James Driscoll, Jamie Lovemark, J.J Killeen, Ryo Ishikawa (Jpn), Brendon Todd, David Mathis, Boo Weekley, Hunter Haas, Henrik Stenson (Swe), Nicholas Thompson
71 Seung-yul Noh (Kor), Nathan Green (Aus), Joe Durant, Miguel Carballo (Arg), Dicky Pride, Briny Baird, Kent Jones, Jerry Kelly, Rodney Pampling (Aus), Erik Compton, William McGirt, Charlie Beljan, Sung-hoon Kang (Kor), Richard S Johnson (Swe), Andres Romero (Arg), Matthew Every, Richard H. Lee, Troy Matteson, Jhonattan Vegas (Ven)
72 Edward Figueroa (Ita), Marco Dawson, Michael Bradley, Woody Austin, Garrett Willis, David Duval, Matt Bettencourt, Peter Lonard (Aus), Emiliano Grillo (Arg), Ted Potter, Jr., Billy Horschel, Jeff Curl
73 Kirk Triplett, Chris Riley, Derek Tolan, Martin Flores, Bill Lunde, Gary Christian (Eng), Maximiliano Godoy (Arg), Daniel Chopra (Swe), Duffy Waldorf, Tim Petrovic, Ken Duke, Troy Kelly, Marc Turnesa, Robert Gamez, Kevin Streelman, Derek Lamely, J J Henry, J.B. Holmes
74 Patrick Sheehan, Paul Stankowski, Chris Smith, Blake Adams, Francis Quinn, Will MacKenzie, Peter Uihlein, Arjun Atwal (Ind), Stephen Gangluff, Rocco Mediate, Frank Lickliter II, Stephen Ames (Can)
75 Rafael Campos, Kris Blanks, Steve Flesch, Andy Matthews, Heath Slocum, Edward Loar, Alexandre Rocha (Bra), Craig Barlow, Kyle Reifers, Russell Knox (Sco), Alvaro Arizabaleta (Col)
76 Scott Dunlap, Kyle Thompson, Bobby Gates, Nelson Lauta Ledesma (Arg), Jonas Blixt (Swe), Chris Kaufman, Brandt Jobe, Rich Beem, Brett Wetterich, Jason Gore
77 David Hutsell, Wilfredo Morales, Steve Wheatcroft, Tommy Biershenk, Jason Bohn
78 Billy Hurley III, Scott McCarron, Will Dodson, Chris Di Marco, Joaquin Estevez (Arg), Steven Bowditch (Aus)
79 Max Alveiro (Pue), Matt Mcquillan (Can)
80 Zack Miller, Miguel Suarez (Sco)
82 Juan Campusano (Pue)
84 Robert Calvesbert (Pue)
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