Camilo Villegas signed 9 birdies and signed the first place in the first round of the Valero Texas Open with a score of 64 (-8).
However, he seems to have stood up and has won four games on the PGA Tour, the last time dating back to August 17, 2014 at the Wyndham Championship.
Followed by Sung Kang of South Korea and Cameron Tringale of the United States, they ranked second with a score of 66 (-6).
After 18 holes, Adam Hadwin (Adam Hadwin) is the highest ranked player in Canada. He needs 70 strokes (-2) to complete the game. He is in the 13th echelon. Corey Conners (71, -1) is close behind. Roger Sloan (72, N) was also in the game, while David Hearn, Michael Gligic and Nick Taylor performed 73 (+1).
Thailand’s Patty Tavatanakit made no mistakes in the first round of the ANA Inspiration Championship. This is the first Grand Slam of the LPGA season. It was held at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California, with a score of 66 (-6). Lead.
The 21-year-old birdie has six birds, four of which are in the last six holes. She is one step ahead of Shanshan Feng of China and Leona Maguire of Ireland.
On the first day of the event, two other Thai women stood out. Sisters Moriya and Ariya Jutanugarn each won four punches with par 72. They are tied for fourth with Anna Nordqvist and American Megan Khang of Sweden.
Canadian women in the competition are not very successful. Alena Sharp is the best. She hits par, thanks to four birdies and many crooks. She ranked 48th, tied with 21 other participants.
Brooke M. Henderson used only one bird to deal with four crooks. She ranked 93rd, tied with nine golfers, and three shots behind her fellow Canadian.