Keeping Score

Keeping score


Number of bogeys that Americans Kevin Streelman and Beau Hossler made as each shot 7-under 65 on Thursday to share the first-round lead in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in Pebble Beach, Calif. Streelman opened at Spyglass Hill while Hossler played Pebble Beach Golf Links. The tournament also uses Monterey Peninsula as players and their amateur partners rotate among the three courses for the first 54 holes before a reduced field advances to Pebble Beach for Sunday’s final round. Americans Matt Kuchar (Spyglass), Aaron Wise (Monterey) and Julian Suri (Spyglass) shot 66s (scores:


Number of players tied for the first-round lead in the Tour’s Club Colombia Championship. American Christian Brand, Australia’s Rhein Gibson, Argentina’s Augusto Nunez and Canada’s Albin Choi shot 5-under 66s at Country Club de Bogota in the Colombian capital (scores:


First-round score, 8 under, for Australia’s Brett Rumford, who leads the European Tour’s ISPS Handa World Super 6 at Lake Karrinyup Country Club in Perth, Australia. James Nitties of Australia and Lee Westwood of England shared second place at 66. For the first 36 holes, 156 players are competing, with the top 65 and ties progressing after a cut. A further cut after Round 3 will trim the field to 24 for match play. A 24-man, six-hole match-play knockout-round will decide the winner. Perth is 13 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time, so the second round is wrapping up early today (scores:


Number of days since the last professional start for Charlie Rymer, who will be making his Champions Tour debut today in the Boca Raton Championship (tee times: On April 20, 2007, Rymer missed the cut in the Athens Regional Health Foundation on what was then the Nationwide Tour. Rymer, 50, a Golf Channel analyst, played the PGA Tour for three seasons in 1995-97.

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