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Kevin Streelman set the tone early at Spyglass Hill, firing a bogey-free, 7-under-par 33-32=65 during round one of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, good for an early seat as the clubhouse leader with plenty of action still on the course.

Typically the toughest of the three-course rotation, prime weather conditions have opened the scoring floodgates on all three properties. Spyglass Hill is currently averaging -0.53 strokes under-par, still the toughest but neck-and-neck with Pebble Beach (-0.59 RTP). Back to Streelman, he set up this round with steady striking off the tee, striping 12 (of 14) fairways en route to just 11 greens. His short game was busy, and tidy, on his way to a perfect 7-for-7 in up-and-down opportunities. Making his 11th appearance at this event, this matches his previous low R1 (2010). He went on to finish T35 that week. Streelman will now set his eyes on Pebble Beach Golf Links for round two.
Feb 8 - 4:41 PM

Morgan Hoffmann steadied a 3-under-par 33-34=67 during his opening round of The Honda Classic, giving him the title of early leader in the clubhouse with plenty of play still in progress.

Playing in blustery conditions, scoring has been tough this morning at PGA National (field average of +2.87 RTP at the moment). Hoffmann clipped that mark by 5.87 strokes as he traded four birdies with one bogey, leaning heavily on the flat stick. He sank a 16'1" par-saver early at the par-4 12th and later added three birdie conversions from outside 13 feet. Hoffmann walked off the course gaining 2.242 strokes putting. Spending his college days at Oklahoma State and now residing locally here in Florida, Hoffmann is used to these windy conditions. He arrived on the heels of six straight missed cuts but a return to a familiar venue (runner-up last year) has lit a fire early in the week.
Feb 22 - 11:37 AM

Nicholas Lindheim will take a pass on this week's Honda Classic, opening a spot in the field for first alternate Ethan Tracy.

Lindheim was a mid-tournament WD last week at the Genesis Open, citing an illness. He was 9-over thru 17 holes at the time of his WD and did not return after being stranded, due to darkness. There is no reason given for this 11th-hour change of heart but he is no longer listed in the field. Gamers can assume this is carry over from last week's illness unless further information comes out.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Feb 22 - 6:44 AM

Eddie Pepperell torched Doha Golf Club with a 7-under-par 32-33=65 to claim a share of the first-round lead at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters alongside Gregory Havret and Aaron Rai, the trio one clear of the field.

The Englishman equaled his career best round on the Peter Harradine design, the previous effort coming in the third round of the 2015 event when he finished T4. It was a blistering effort that started on the back nine and he wasted no time displaying his intentions. He opened with back-to-back red numbers at 10 and 11, went bogey-birdie at 13 and 14, then peppered more red at 14, 16 and 18. The front nine was less dramatic and he failed to make hay on either of the vulnerable par-5s. The first circle came at No. 2, he added another after draining an 8'0" putt at the fifth before, at the 391-yard par-4 seventh, he pitched to 4'0" and converted the birdie chance. There are no half measures with Pepperell on this track. 13 laps now and he's only once signed a card in the 71-73 range.
Feb 22 - 4:56 AM

Grayson Murray is dealing with the flu ahead of his appearance at this week's Honda Classic.

Murray shared an Instagram Story this afternoon saying, "When you have the flu and it's hot outside but you are freezing." He showed himself all bundled up with a hooded sweatshirt, despite the temperature reading 82 degrees. The big hitter finishes T8 in his latest start (AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am) but he now becomes a risky option if this flu bug lingers into tomorrow. Murray missed the cut in his Honda Classic debut last year. Gamers should consider alternative options if possible since an early-Thursday WD is not out of the question. If he is forced to WD before the start of the event, Ethan Tracy would be next in line as the first alternate.
Feb 21 - 9:52 PM

World No. 11 Sergio Garcia makes his PGA TOUR season debut at The Honda Classic and heads out at 7:35 am ET in Round 1 with Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger.

In his previous four TOUR campaigns, the 38-year-old has methodically made the Honda his fourth start of the season. His last TOUR start was the TOUR Championship back in September, where he finished T10 and 21st in the FedExCup standings. The Spaniard went 16-for-17 last season with 10 top 25s and just three top 10s, his lowest top-10 total since 2012. Of course, one of those was the playoff win at the Masters, his first major title in his 74th overall major appearance and 19th Masters. Garcia is a perfect 7-for-7 at the Honda with four top 25s and two top 10s, highlighted by a solo 2nd in 2016, where he was a 54-hole co-leader with eventual champ Adam Scott. After the 2017 TOUR Championship, he's made eight worldwide starts, winning two times, including the Andalucia Valderrama Masters -- hosted by his foundation -- back in October, and the Singapore Open five weeks ago, his 21st international victory.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Feb 21 - 4:29 PM

A combination of pedigree, course and current form makes Thorbjorn Olesen the odds leader at this week's Commercial Bank Qatar Masters at Doha GC.

The Dane, rated a 16/1 chance, is a four-time European Tour winner (three of those coming since October 2014) and finished 10th at the World Super 6 Perth last time after shooting 70-67-69 in the three strokeplay rounds before losing his opening six-hole clash in Sunday's matchplay. Olesen's past course form at Doha GC is of particular appeal as he followed up T22 in 2013 to take third in 2014 and improved again to finish runner-up in 2016. He admits to always enjoying windy conditions and that's usually the case in Qatar on this exposed layout. After T53 in Abu Dhabi and T29 in Dubai, Olesen gives the sense that something is building and this would be an obvious place for him to challenge for another title.
Feb 21 - 6:15 AM

Rickie Fowler closed out his 54-hole lead at last year's Honda Classic and he returns this week for a chance to defend his title at PGA National's Champion Course.

Fowler was 0-for-4 in converting 54-hole leads before last year's big win. He has since added another none-conversion to that table, finishing T11 at this year's WM Phoenix Open after leading thru 54 holes. Gamers shouldn't be too worried about that fade as he arrives in great form. If we include the unofficial Hero World Challenge, he has positioned himself T11 or better after 16-of-18 rounds since the start of the 2017-18 season. With a win and two other top 10s on his Honda Classic resume, gamers should expect more of the same this week as Fowler plays in a home game. He should be considered an elite option in all fantasy formats this week.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Feb 20 - 3:01 PM

T.J. Vogel cruised to a 7-under-par 31-33=64 during the open qualifier into this week's Honda Classic, earning him a spot in the field at PGA National.

The 27-year-old Floridian swallowed one bogey on Monday but camouflaged the square with six birdies and an eagle. Vogel took top honors at the Monday Q with Andrew Novak and Nathan Lashley finishing close behind (6-under 65). The final spot came down to three golfers who finished at 5-under 66. Jhared Hack returned on Tuesday morning to win a 3-for-1 playoff with Ben Polland and Adam Svensson getting eliminated. Svensson would have been an appealing sleeper at PGA National as he lapped the field during the 2015 Web.com Tour Q-School held on the property. Gamers should keep their expectations low for this crop of qualifiers as Vogel, Hack, and Novak, are a combined 0-for-8 in their PGA TOUR careers while Lashley is just 3-for-9 during his rookie campaign. The field of 144 golfers is now complete for this week's Honda Classic.
Feb 20 - 8:28 AM

Jeunghun Wang returns to the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters at Doha GC in Qatar this week, 12 months on from his impressive victory in extra holes.

Last year Wang arrived in Qatar with a growing reputation after two ET wins in 2016, but his form in desert conditions was especially noteworthy. He had finished T2 in the Asian Tour's 2014 Dubai Open, T17 in the DP World Tour Championship and T11 in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. He opened 69-67 to tie the lead, added a Saturday 65 to grab a three-shot 54-hole edge and then won a three-man play-off when caught. Since then he's added four more Middle Eastern top 30s, the best of them when T6 in last month's Dubai Desert Classic, making up for the missed cut there last year, his only outright failure in the region. Finished T26 last week in Oman when his first round didn't fire and he was pushing thereafter. Given good fortune with his tee time there looks every reason for him to thrive again.
Feb 20 - 3:52 AM

First-round co-leader and World No. 41 Tony Finau fashioned a 2-under-par 35-34=69 in the final round of the Genesis Open for a 72-hole tally of 10-under 274, up one place into a season-tying-best T2, two in arrears of overnight leader and champion Bubba Watson, who shot 69. UPDATE: Finau bumps eight spots to a career-high 33rd in OWGR.

The 28-year-old had little success at the Genesis coming in, cashing a T56 on debut in 2015 and missing the cuts in 2016 and 2017. This is his second career runner-up in 99 career TOUR events, joining a solo 2nd at the 2018 Safeway in Napa. The Utahan improves to 7-for-8 on the season with five top 25s and three top 10s, all in California. He also recorded a T6 two starts ago in San Diego. After opening in 66-71-68, Finau began T3, two back. Playing out of the penultimate threesome, he mustered four (of 14) fairways and hit 13 greens in regulation, gaining 3.081 strokes approaching-the-green. The one-time TOUR winner squared a lone bogey-5 at hole 7 (3-putt from 47'4"), outpaced by three circles at 3 (from 26'11"), 11 and 17. He recorded 2.000 putts per GIR and -1.230 SG: Putting, needing 31 total putts.
Feb 18 - 7:33 PM

World No. 95 Kevin Na authored a 2-under-par 34-35=69 in the final round of the Genesis Open to post 10-under 274, up one place into a season-best T2, two adrift of overnight leader and champion Bubba Watson.

The 34-year-old improves to 9-for-15 at the Genesis with five top 25s and four top 10s, second straight, and third top 5. His best is solo 3rd in 2011 and finished T4 last year, and has now put eight straight in the red at Riviera CC. After kicking off in 68-70-67, the Las Vegas resident began T3, two back of Watson. Playing out of the penultimate threesome, he hit 11 (of 14) fairways and nine greens in regulation, gaining 0.612 strokes around-the-green, No. 1 in the latter with a cumulative 5.803. The one-time TOUR winner squared three bogey-5s at holes 7, 12 and 13, outflanked by five birdies at 1, 9, 10, 11 and 17, all from inside of eight feet. He posted 1.556 putts per GIR and 1.469 SG: Putting with 24 total putts. This is Na's ninth runner-up in 359 career TOUR events, first since T2 at the 2016 Shriners. He improves to 7-for-8 on the season with two top 25s (two straight) and one top 10.
Feb 18 - 7:18 PM




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