Four-way tie for lead in South Carolina

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April 20, 2024
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J.T. Poston carded a bogey-free 68 to retain a share of the lead at 11-under on Friday at the RBC Heritage.

Fellow American Tom Hoge and Collin Morikawa shot bogey-free rounds of 64 and 66 repectively for their share of the lead.

"I felt great," said Hoge. "Nice to make a nice putt right off the bat right there on 1. I felt like I putted really well today was kind of the key. Feel like there's still a little bit of work left to do ball-striking-wise where I really feel comfortable, so I'm going to go get a little practice this afternoon, but I feel great around the greens, so hopefully I keep going.

"We had very good conditions. I'm sure we'll have a little more wind for the weekend here as we get going, so just trying to do what the golf course will give us."

Austria's Sepp Straka opened with a double bogey at the par-4 1st after his drive hit a spectator in the head but recovered after learning he would be fine and produced eight birdies for a 65 to join the tie for lead.

"He was bleeding," said Straka. "The medics got to him pretty quickly. He said he was doing all right. Hopefully he's feeling a little better now than he was back then.

"You never really want to catch a driver on the fly, especially to the head. That was tough. But yeah, hopefully I'll be able to reach out to him this afternoon and see how he's doing."

Sweden's Ludvig Åberg, Masters runner-up, and Canadian Mackenzie Hughes both shot a bogey-free 66 and lie in fifth place at 10-under.

Masters champion Scottie Scheffler is tied in 10th place at 9-under after a bogey-free 65.

"It was a good day," said the American, "I felt like I could have shot a lot lower. Felt like I had some putts that were going up and at least had a chance of going in and didn't. But other than that, yeah, played really good golf. Proud of today's effort."

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T12Tom Kim-76966135
T12Seamus Power-76570135
T12Sungjae Im-76867135
T12Rory McIlroy-76768135
T12Austin Eckroat-76669135
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T18Matt Fitzpatrick-67066136
T18Xander Schauffele-67264136
T18Chris Kirk-66967136
T18Russell Henley-66769136
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T23Brice Garnett-56968137
T23Jason Day-56869137
T23Si Woo Kim-56869137
T23Jordan Spieth-57067137
T23Justin Thomas-56968137
T23Chandler Phillips-56869137
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T30Will Zalatoris-46870138
T30Taylor Moore-46870138
T30Erik van Rooyen-47266138
T30Adam Svensson-47266138
T30Cameron Young-46771138
T30Eric Cole-47068138
T30Lucas Glover-46969138
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T30Christiaan Bezuidenhout-46870138
T40Brendon Todd-36970139
T40Denny McCarthy-36970139
T40Brian Harman-37069139
T40Alejandro Tosti-36970139
T40Tony Finau-37069139
T40Sam Burns-37069139
T40Andrew Putnam-37069139
T47Peter Malnati-27367140
T47Corey Conners-26971140
T47Harris English-26971140
T50Rickie Fowler-17071141
T50Nick Taylor-17170141
T50Webb Simpson-17170141
T50Erik Barnes-17170141
T50Emiliano Grillo-17071141
T50Kurt Kitayama-17071141
T50Max Homa-17170141
T57Grayson MurrayPar7270142
T57Shane LowryPar7072142
T57Matthieu PavonPar6973142
T57Adam SchenkPar7369142
T61Justin Rose+17073143
T61Tommy Fleetwood+17172143
T63Jake Knapp+27470144
T63Cam Davis+27074144
65Keegan Bradley+37669145
T66Lee Hodges+47571146
T66Kevin Kisner+47373146
T68Gary Woodland+67375148
T68Nick Dunlap+67573148
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