The Americans Chris Kirk and Zach Johnson, leaders after the first round

The Americans Chris Kirk and Zach Johnson lead the Sony Open in Hawaii after the dispute of the first round, which closed with 63 hits, seven under par, one less than his compatriots Vaughn Taylor, Kyle Stanley, Talor Gooch and Brian Harman.

The champion of the previous edition of the tournament, also American Justin Thomas, who achieved it with the lowest score in the history of the PGA with 253 shots in 72 holes played, today he needed 67 strokes to finish the course, which places him in position 20.

For his part, Jordan Spieth, second in the world ranking, concluded with 69 strokes after scoring 8 ‘birdies’, needing eight shots in a par four (8th hole) and adding three ‘bogeys’.

– Classification after the 1st round:

.1. Chris Kirk (USA) 63 (-7)

. + Zach Johnson (USA) 63

.2. Vaughn Taylor (USA) 64

. +. Kyle Stanley (USA) 64

. +. Talor Gooch (USA) 64

. +. Brian Harman (USA) 64

41. Emiliano Grillo (ARG) 68

76. Fabián Gómez (ARG) 70

. +. Roberto Díaz (MEX) 70


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