Houston Open R1
Collated first round scores&totals in the Shell Houston Open, Redstone GC, United States of America
(USA unless stated, par 72):
65 Charley Hoffman, Bill Haas
66 Keegan Bradley, J.B. Holmes, Erik Compton, Jim Renner, Matt Kuchar
67 Shawn Stefani, Charl Schwartzel (Rsa), Justin Hicks, Ben Curtis, Stewart Cink, Michael Thompson, Sergio Garcia (Spa), Camilo Villegas (Col), Jhonattan Vegas (Ven), Jason Gore
68 Chris Kirk, Martin Flores, Matthew Jones (Aus), Webb Simpson, Ernie Els (Rsa), Bryce Molder, Brice Garnett, Steve Stricker, Chris Stroud (USA), Retief Goosen (Rsa), Davis Love III, Joe Ogilvie, Michael Putnam, Angel Cabrera (Arg), Andrew Loupe, Phil Mickelson, John Rollins, Freddie Jacobson (Swe), Jonathan Byrd, Cameron Tringale (USA)
69 Matteo Manassero (Ita), D.h Lee (Kor), Ben Martin, Peter Uihlein, Sean O’Hair, Jon Curran, Kyle Stanley, Greg Chalmers (Aus), David Lingmerth (Swe), Charlie Beljan, Ryo Ishikawa (Jpn), Brendan Steele, Hunter Mahan, Jeff Maggert, Chad Collins, Paul Goydos, Trevor Immelman (Rsa), Brendon Todd, Troy Matteson, Carl Pettersson (Swe), Padraig Harrington (Irl)
70 Hudson Swafford, Ryan Palmer, Heath Slocum, Graham Delaet (Can), Justin Leonard, Rory McIlroy (Nirl), Scott Langley, Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler, Lee Westwood (Eng), Jordan Spieth, Brian Harman, Derek Ernst, Ricky Barnes, Kevin Stadler, Robert Allenby (Aus), Ian Poulter (Eng)
71 Brian Gay, David Toms, Martin Kaymer (Ger), Harrison Frazar, Steven Bowditch (Aus), Peter Hanson (Swe), Mike Weir (Can), Roberto Castro, Jimmy Walker, Tyrone Van Aswegen (Rsa), Kevin Kisner, Henrik Stenson (Swe), Brendon De Jonge , Nicholas Thompson, Kevin Chappell, D.A. Points, Ted Potter, Jr., James Hahn, Luke Donald (Eng), John Huh, Tommy Gainey
72 Brian Stuard, Seung-yul Noh (Kor), John null Peterson, John Mallinger, Charles Howell III , Daniel Summerhays, Stephen Ames (Can), Y.E. Yang (Kor), Louis Oosthuizen (Rsa), Aaron Baddeley (Aus), Charlie Wi (Kor), J J Henry, Andres Romero (Arg), Sang-moon Bae (Kor), Tim Clark (Rsa), Jim Herman, Josh Teater
73 Jason Kokrak, Jeff Overton , Bobby Gates, Branden Grace (Rsa), Kevin Streelman, Paul Casey (Eng), Russell Henley, Morgan Hoffmann, Richard H. Lee, Stuart Appleby (Aus)
74 Brian Davis (Eng), Robert Garrigus, John Merrick, Bubba Dickerson, Scott Gardiner (Aus), James Driscoll, Jamie Lovemark
75 Andrew Putnam, Luke Guthrie, Scott Stallings, Lucas Glover, David Hearn (Can), Darren Clarke (Nirl), Jonas Blixt (Swe), Bo Van Pelt, Johnson Wagner
76 Ted Purdy, Nicolas Colsaerts (Bel), Geoff Ogilvy (Aus)
78 Brad Lardon
80 Dustin Johnson
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