Much like last week at Doral, the Heron bay Course in Florida lost it's sole defence, golf clubs the wind, and most players had a field day with some extremely low scoring around the TPC Course.
Titleist golf clubs 126 out of 144 players finished under par on the first day with eight players sharing the lead on 7-under par.
Mike Brisky, Brian Gay, Matt Gogel, Titleist scotty cameron studio select kombi putter review Dudley Hart, J.P. Hayes, Brian Henninger, Skip Kendall and Paraguay's Carlos Franco all fired 7-under-par 65s to share the lead Franco, Titleist scotty cameron studio select newport 1.5 putter the PGA TOUR's 1999 rookie of the year, is playing with tendonitis in his left wrist. Early clubhouse leader Skip Kendall said:
"I was surprised that the wind didn't come up a little bit more. Our 18th hole played a bit into the wind, but virtually nothing compared to what it usually is. Golf equipment It's usually blowing 25, 30 mph here."
Another eight players shot 66, Nike sq sumo fairway wood review including the cart bound Casey Martin, who shot his lowest round on the Tour to date.
Davis Love III, defending champion Vijay Singh and Jim Furyk are all in the hunt too, but a bit further back of the leaders. Love scored 69, Singh 70 and Furyk 68 Brisky, Nike sasquatch sumo2 driver Gogel and Kendall are seeking their first wins on TOUR. Kendall was alone atop the leaderboard at 8 under before he missed a 4-foot putt for par on the 18th.