The CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek R1

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Tyrell Hatton opens with 65
Posted on
October 16, 2020
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October 15-18
Shadow Creek Golf Course, Las Vegas, Nevada
$9,750,000
Round 2, Round 3, Round 4




Still tired and jet-lagged from twenty hours spent travelling to Nevada, Tyrell Hatton fired a 7-under 65 to take the lead of The CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek.


“It's fair to say I'm pretty tired at the moment. Today was a long day. Very happy with my score, and I just need to try and get back to the hotel this evening, have a good rest and hopefully sleep better than I did last night and, fingers crossed, for another good day tomorrow.”

Xander Schauffele made birdie on the 18th for a 66 and a tie for second alongside Russell Henley.



Rory McIlroy ended his round with bogeys on his last three holes and closed with a 73.

Brooks Koepka, playing in his first competitive round since he withdrew from the FedEx Cup playoffs two months ago because of continuing problems with his knee and hip, opened with a 2-over 74.

“I thought I played a hell of a lot better than the score.”


Koepka underwent another round of stem-cell treatment on his knee and received a cortisone shot in his hip for a slight tear in the labrum.

“I feel normal now; I feel like I'm supposed to. This is more for just getting competitive reps for Augusta. That's kind of what this is.”




Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
1
Tyrrell Hatton
-7
65
T2
Russell Henley
-6
66
T2
Xander Schauffele
-6
66
T4
Tyler Duncan
-5
67
T4
Jon Rahm
-5
67
T6
Joel Dahmen
-4
68
T6
Ryan Palmer
-4
68
T6
Kevin Streelman
-4
68
T9
Abraham Ancer
-3
69
T9
Matthew Fitzpatrick
-3
69
T9
Si Woo Kim
-3
69
T9
Ian Poulter
-3
69
T9
Cameron Smith
-3
69
T14
Jason Day
-2
70
T14
Talor Gooch
-2
70
T14
Lanto Griffin
-2
70
T14
Billy Horschel
-2
70
T14
Mark Hubbard
-2
70
T14
Jason Kokrak
-2
70
T14
Hideki Matsuyama
-2
70
T14
Louis Oosthuizen
-2
70
T22
Daniel Berger
-1
71
T22
Patrick Cantlay
-1
71
T22
Sergio Garcia
-1
71
T22
Brian Harman
-1
71
T22
Andrew Landry
-1
71
T22
Danny Lee
-1
71
T22
Collin Morikawa
-1
71
T22
Sebastián Muñoz
-1
71
T22
Scottie Scheffler
-1
71
T22
Nick Taylor
-1
71
T32
Harry Higgs
E
72
T32
Shane Lowry
E
72
T32
Joaquin Niemann
E
72
T32
Carlos Ortiz
E
72
T32
Justin Thomas
E
72
T37
Byeong Hun An
1
73
T37
Tom Hoge
1
73
T37
Mackenzie Hughes
1
73
T37
Sung Kang
1
73
T37
Marc Leishman
1
73
T37
Rory McIlroy
1
73
T37
Robby Shelton
1
73
T37
Brendan Steele
1
73
T37
Gary Woodland
1
73
T46
Cameron Champ
2
74
T46
Rickie Fowler
2
74
T46
Dylan Frittelli
2
74
T46
Hanbyeol Kim
2
74
T46
Brooks Koepka
2
74
T46
Justin Rose
2
74
T46
Jordan Spieth
2
74
T46
Bubba Watson
2
74
T46
Richy Werenski
2
74
T55
Keegan Bradley
3
75
T55
Paul Casey
3
75
T55
Harris English
3
75
T55
Adam Hadwin
3
75
T55
Tae Hee Lee
3
75
T55
Viktor Hovland
3
75
T55
Joohyung Kim
3
75
T55
Michael Thompson
3
75
T63
Matt Kuchar
4
76
T63
Kevin Na
4
76
T65
Corey Conners
5
77
T65
Tommy Fleetwood
5
77
T65
Seonghyeon Kim
5
77
T65
Kevin Kisner
5
77
T65
Jaekyeong Lee
5
77
T65
Alex Noren
5
77
T65
Brendon Todd
5
77
T72
Jim Herman
6
78
T72
Sungjae Im
6
78
T72
Kyoung-Hoon Lee
6
78
T72
Adam Long
6
78
T72
J.T. Poston
6
78
77
Jeongwoo Ham
7
79
78
Matthew Wolff
8
80
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