Rory McIlroy among players to pick their ultimate final-round course

Tricia Pearson
February 11, 2018

In contrast, playing partner Phil Mickelson handed McIlroy a lesson in how to play the "easier" of the three courses, posting a round of 65 for the early clubhouse lead on five under par tally.

Troy Merritt (67 SH) and Julian Suri (67 MP) are tied for third at 10-under.

Streelman played Spyglass Hill on he first day while Hossler was on Pebble Beach.

Defending champion Jordan Spieth is tied for 23rd place at 5-under after shooting a 66 on Monterey Peninsula.

"So, in hitting a lot of fairways I was able to make a lot of birdies".

"Every mindset that I take into every tournament should be like, 'This could be my last tournament, '" Day said.

Lowry plays his approach to the first at Pebble Beach.

Ten players, including No. 1-ranked and two-time tournament victor Dustin Johnson, are 5-under.

Mickelson was encouraged after his round, which featured six birdies and no bogeys.

Calcavecchia won the last of his three senior titles in 2015.

No. 14 Ohio State heads back home in driver's seat
He had 15 points and seven assists in a loss to Iowa and a career-high 26 points and six rebounds in an overtime loss to MI . A tie atop the regular season standings - Ohio State and Purdue are now tied - would result in co-champions being named.

"Well, you got to go play", Romo said in astory by Mike McCallister on

'I haven't played a whole lot over the past 18 months for various reasons, the 28-year-old told reporters on Wednesday.

McIlroy, who returned to the top 10 last month after failing to win an event past year for the first time in almost a decade, said he had taken positives from recent results. On top of that, it is contested at three of the game's most cherished golf courses.

Ted Potter Jr. shot a 62 at Monterey Peninsula and left wondering how much better it could have been. I think we all know that. Just like it was 81 years ago with Bing Crosby, the Pro-Am is a colorful mixture of the game's top pros playing alongside actors, musicians, sports stars and captains of industry. Now he's the No. 2-ranked golfer in the world, with an outside chance of supplanting Johnson at No. 1 this week. I just love the feeling and the ambience of playing Pebble. For his second round, he never came close to bogey, hitting all but two greens in regulation and having standard chips on those.

Steve Stricker (65 MP), Kevin Streelman (69 MP) and Aaron Wise (69 PB) are also tied for fifth.

The same crew will move on to Monterey Peninsula Country Club on Friday.

Instead, the former world No. 1 and four-time major champion 5-putted - after driving the green - for a double-bogey 6.

The field at the Pro-Am used to include 180 twosomes with 60 teams teeing off each day on the three courses.

Johnson was full of good news Friday - his 64 for a share of the lead as he goes for a third victory at Pebble Beach, and he found out that his dad bowled a 300.

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