Fed Ex St. Jude Classic R1
Collated first round scores in the Fed Ex St. Jude Classic, TPC Southwind, Memphis, Tennessee, United States of America
(USA unless stated, par 70):
63 Ben Crane
64 Zach Johnson
65 Peter Malnati, Davis Love III, Kevin Kisner,
Stuart Appleby (Aus)
66 J J Henry, Joe Durant, Retief Goosen (Rsa)
67 Luke Guthrie, Hudson Swafford, Austin Cook,
Ryan Palmer, Chesson Hadley, Phil Mickelson,
Brooks Koepka, Freddie Jacobson (Swe), Billy Horschel,
Scott Gardiner (Aus), Carl Pettersson (Swe), Troy Merritt,
Gonzalo Fdez-Castano (Spa), Jason Bohn
68 Jeff Overton, Scott Stallings, Woody Austin,
David Hearn (Can), Tim Wilkinson (Nzl), Justin Leonard,
Dustin Johnson, Ricky Barnes, Charlie Wi (Kor), Ted Potter, Jr., Andres Romero (Arg), Miguel Angel Carballo (Arg), Camilo Villegas (Col), Tim Clark (Rsa), Padraig Harrington (Irl), Cameron Tringale, Benjamin Alvarado (Chi)
69 John null Peterson, Andrew Svoboda, Heath Slocum,
Ben Martin, Steve Marino, Sean O’Hair, Boo Weekley,
Kyle Stanley, Graeme McDowell (Nirl), Joe Ogilvie, Brian Harman, George McNeill, Matthew Every,
James Hahn, Ian Poulter (Eng), Jhonattan Vegas (Ven), Tommy Gainey
70 Bud Cauley, Martin Flores, Tag Ridings,
Gary Christian (Eng), Wes Roach, Geoff Ogilvy (Aus), Ben Curtis,
Robert Streb, Chad Campbell, Tim Petrovic, Russell Henley, Doug La Belle II, Martin Laird (Sco), Rickie Fowler, Gary Owen, Lee Westwood (Eng), Shawn Stefani, Tim Herron, John Merrick,
Stewart Cink, Will Wilcox, Paul Casey (Eng), Michael Thompson, John Rollins
71 David Toms, Steven Bowditch (Aus), Webb Simpson,
Charles Howell III, Talor Gooch, Ryuji Imada (Jpn), Stephen Ames (Can), Jerry Kelly, Eric Axley,
Nicholas Thompson, Michael Putnam, Mark Wilson,
Kevin Stadler, Scottie Scheffler, Chad Collins,
Bronson La’cassie (Aus), Jim Herman, Troy Matteson,
72 Brian Gay, Harrison Frazar, Matt Bettencourt,
Alex Prugh, John Daly, Danny Lee (Nzl), Grant Leaver,
Scott Langley, Brad Fritsch (Can), Tyrone Van Aswegen (Rsa), Patrick Reed, Bobby Gates, Kevin Streelman,
Jeff Maggert, Robert Allenby (Aus), Morgan Hoffmann,
Jonathan Byrd, Russell Knox (Sco), Josh Teater
73 Jim Renner, William McGirt, Darren Clarke (Nirl), Andrew Loupe, Harris English, Will MacKenzie,
J.B. Holmes, Thorbjorn Olesen (Den), Sang-moon Bae (Kor), Dicky Pride, Brice Garnett
74 Zachary Olsen, John Senden (Aus), Dustin Morris,
David Duval, James Driscoll, Edward Loar,
Jamie Lovemark, D.A. Points, Trevor Immelman (Rsa), Roberto Castro
75 Scott McCarron, Kris Blanks, Kevin Tway,
Scott Verplank, Kevin Foley
76 Cameron Beckman, Johnson Wagner, Alex Aragon
77 Paul Goydos, David Lingmerth (Swe), John Mallinger,
79 Daniel Chopra (Swe)
80 Kelvin Burgin
86 Isaac Sanchez
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The South African beat Clement Sordet by one stroke.
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