The American couple formed by Scott Stallings and Trey Mullinax provisionally lead the Zurich Classic of New Orleans golf, included in the PGA circuit, after a first day that had to be suspended due to lack of light.
Stallings and Mullinax signed 61 strokes in their first run, eleven under par, with which they went on to lead a tournament that is played in pairs and under the modalities of “fourballs” (best ball) in the first and third days and “foursomes” “(an alternate ball) in the second and fourth.
On this first day, in which the couple plays each their respective balls but only reflected in the score of the duo the best result of each hole, the Spanish Jon Rahm and the American Ryan Palmer march with seven under par after playing 16 holes , which places them provisionally in the eighth place.
Sergio Garcia, who teaches with the English Tommy Fleetwood have four under par after 15 holes, which leaves them in the twenty-seventh place, the same as the Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas and the Mexican Abraham Ancer, these after 16 holes. American Stalllings-Mullinax, provisional leaders (EFE).