Zurich Classic R1
Collated first round scores in the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, TPC Louisiana, United States of America.
(USA unless stated, par 72):
62 Ben Martin
64 Andrew Svoboda
65 Peter Hanson (Swe), Seung-yul Noh (Kor)
66 Michael Thompson , Chad Collins , Erik Compton
67 Jeff Overton , Robert Streb , Stuart Appleby (Aus)
68 Charley Hoffman , David Duval , David Lingmerth (Swe), D.h Lee (Kor), Charles Howell III , Will Wilcox , J J Henry , Sang-moon Bae (Kor), Doug La Belle II
69 Spencer Levin , Nick Watney , Graham Delaet (Can), Joe Durant , Roberto Castro , Brice Garnett , Kevin Kisner , Rory Sabbatini (Rsa), Chris Stroud , Shawn Stefani , John Merrick , Chris Di Marco , Kevin Foley , Keegan Bradley , Cameron Beckman , Carl Pettersson (Swe)
70 Ben Curtis , Alex Prugh , Tim Wilkinson (Nzl), Scott Langley , Vijay Singh (Fij), Chad Campbell , Martin Laird (Sco), Kevin Tway , Luke Guthrie , Scott McCarron , John Senden (Aus), Ricky Barnes , Charlie Wi (Kor), Andres Romero (Arg), Morgan Hoffmann , Bronson La’cassie (Aus), Lee Williams , Padraig Harrington (Irl)
71 Bud Cauley , Ryan Palmer , Tag Ridings , David Hearn (Can), Edward Loar , Danny Lee (Nzl), Will MacKenzie , Max Homa , Justin Rose (Eng), Sean O’Hair , Boo Weekley , Dicky Pride , Ken Looper , Briny Baird , Jerry Kelly , Kyle Stanley , Lucas Glover , Greg Chalmers (Aus), Andrew Loupe , Derek Ernst , Brooks Koepka , Paul Casey (Eng), Billy Hurley III , J.B. Holmes , Robert Allenby (Aus), Mark Calcavecchia , Richard H. Lee , Troy Merritt , Tommy Gainey
72 Martin Flores , Geoff Ogilvy (Aus), John Mallinger , Alex Aragon , Ernie Els (Rsa), Tim Petrovic , Daniel Summerhays , Y.E. Yang (Kor), Brian Davis (Eng), Retief Goosen (Rsa), Nicholas Thompson , Kevin Chappell , Mark Anderson , Fabian Gomez (Arg), Ted Potter, Jr. , Freddie Jacobson (Swe), Rich Beem , Camilo Villegas (Col), Troy Matteson
73 Hudson Swafford , Robert Garrigus , David Toms , D.A. Points , Brendan Steele , Ken Duke , Tyrone Van Aswegen (Rsa), Russell Knox (Sco), Scott Verplank , Benjamin Alvarado (Chi), Josh Teater , Cameron Tringale
74 Scott Stallings , Brady Watt (Aus), Wes Roach , Harrison Frazar , Heath Slocum , Brad Fritsch (Can), Mike Weir (Can), Bo Van Pelt , Billy Horschel , Scott Gardiner (Aus), Patrick Reed , Stephen Ames (Can), Peter Malnati , William McGirt , John Rollins , Kevin Stadler , Trevor Immelman (Rsa), Jim Herman , Jonathan Byrd
75 David Bradshaw , Dustin Morris , Woody Austin , Jim Renner , Jamie Lovemark , George McNeill , Steve Marino , Thorbjorn Olesen (Den), Miguel Angel Carballo (Arg), Rickie Fowler
76 Bobby Gates , Greg Owen (Eng), John null Peterson , James Driscoll , Matt Bettencourt , Mark Wilson , Daniel Chopra (Swe), Ben Crane , Matthew Every
77 Thomas Aiken (Rsa)
78 Garrett Osborn
79 Tim Herron , Neal Ajubita , James Hahn
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