Sergio Carcia and Michael Thompson are tied for the lead at the Honda Classic after Round one. By James Taylor
Both men shot opening rounds of 65 while Rickie Fowler was in second place with fellow American Willian McGirt at four under par.
Here are some of the best moments from today’s opening round.
Phil Mickelson was part of the group who was out early and certainly played the course at it’s toughest, Phil shot a round of 69 which was pretty good going considering the conditions early on.
It was only the second hole when Sergio bombed his approach from 148 yards for eagle.
Garcia then found himslef in a spot of bother when he had to lay up from alligator, infested water.
Rickie Fowler then scrambled his par at the 10th keeping himself in contention.
Chad Campbell was then given some help on the read of this put.
Chesson Hadley going after the wrong type of birdie on the sixth.
Shot of the day definatley goes to Alex Cejka who aced the Par 3 17th.
Garcia and Fowler will play round two together today, both returning from competition nightmares, Sergio with his missed cut at the Northern Trust Open last week and Rickie missing out at TPC Scottsdale when leading by two shots with two left to play.