Taylor & Hadwin tied for the lead as play suspended

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February 10, 2023
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Nick Taylor and Adam Hadwin share the clubhouse lead as play was suspended having shot 5-under 66s at the WM Phoenix Open. Should the lead hold up, it would be the first time two Canadians shared it after any round on the PGA Tour.

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The start of play was delayed due to frost for one hour and 50 minutes. It was suspended due to darkness at 6:07 p.m., with the entire afternoon wave yet to complete their round. The first round will resume at 7:45 a.m. Friday.

Nick Taylor birdied six of his final nine holes for a 66, his best of just four rounds in the 60s in nine starts in this event. His round featured an eagle on the par-5 3rd and a 6-under 30 on the back nine.

"I don't see a whole lot of northeast wind here," said Taylor, who lives in the area and often practices at TPC Scottsdale. "It's definitely the tougher of the winds, especially coming down the stretch. All those holes are playing a lot longer than typical. I've seen a lot of wind conditions, but this was one of the toughest stretches I've played out here."

"You had to be a lot more patient than you normally do around this place," said Hadwin, also a local resident. "You couldn't really chase birdies like we typically do out here.

"I'm really disappointed I didn't get to 6-under because I saw Nick up there, and I wanted to hold it over him tonight," he added.

Americans Xander Schauffele and Jim Herman are tied in third place at 4-under alongside Australian Jason Day. Herman still has five holes to play to complete his round.

Defending champion Scottie Scheffler lies in a share of 19th place at 1-under through eleven holes. A win on Sunday would make him the first repeat winner of the WM Phoenix Open since Hideki Matsuyama (2017).

Rory McIlroy’s streak of eleven straight par-or-better opening-round scores on the Tour comes to an end with a 2-over 73.

Pos.PlayerTo ParThruR1
T1Nick Taylor-5F66
T1Adam Hadwin-5F66
T3Xander Schauffele-4F67
T3Jim Herman-413-
T3Jason Day-410-
T6Wyndham Clark-39-
T6Chesson Hadley-38-
T6Max Homa-312-
T6Jon Rahm-313-
T6Keegan Bradley-312-
T6Taylor Moore-314-
T6Charley Hoffman-3F68
T6Scott Stallings-315-
T14Sam Ryder-2F69
T14Kramer Hickok-214-
T14Stewart Cink-211-
T14Danny Lee-210-
T14Brendan Steele-29-
T19Ryan Palmer-110-
T19Trey Mullinax-110-
T19Jason Dufner-18-
T19Kelly Kraft-17-
T19Scottie Scheffler-111-
T19Viktor Hovland-111-
T19Webb Simpson-111-
T19Patton Kizzire-113-
T19Aaron Rai-1F70
T19Troy Merritt-1F70
T19Tony Finau-1F70
T19Matt Fitzpatrick-1F70
T19Sam Burns-1F70
T19Sungjae Im-1F70
T19Adam Schenk-115-
T19Brian Harman-115-
T19Corey Conners-1F70
T19James Hahn-1F70
T19Tyrrell Hatton-1F70
T38Richy WerenskiParF71
T38Robert StrebParF71
T38Lucas HerbertParF71
T38Lucas GloverParF71
T38Kevin TwayParF71
T38Ryan MoorePar15-
T38Keith MitchellParF71
T38Jordan SpiethParF71
T38Jhonattan VegasParF71
T38Adam LongParF71
T38Nate LashleyPar13-
T38Max McGreevyPar14-
T38Aaron WisePar13-
T38Zach JohnsonPar11-
T38Tom KimPar12-
T38Seamus PowerPar10-
T38Rickie FowlerPar10-
T38Sahith TheegalaPar12-
T38Dylan FrittelliPar9-
T38Si Woo KimPar10-
T38Billy HorschelPar10-
T59Andrew Putnam+19-
T59Tom Hoge+110-
T59Chris Kirk+110-
T59Alex Noren+19-
T59Austin Smotherman+18-
T59Hayden Buckley+19-
T59Justin Lower+18-
T59Dalton Ward+19-
T59Matt Kuchar+111-
T59Luke List+111-
T59Justin Thomas+112-
T59Joel Dahmen+112-
T59Brian Gay+111-
T59Brandon Wu+1F72
T59Tommy Fleetwood+1F72
T59Erik van Rooyen+1F72
T59Russell Knox+115-
T59Mark Hubbard+115-
T59Lee Hodges+1F72
T59Gary Woodland+1F72
T59Harris English+1F72
T59Andrew Landry+1F72
T59Tyler Duncan+1F72
T82K.H. Lee+2F73
T82Cameron Young+2F73
T82Peter Malnati+2F73
T82Callum Tarren+2F73
T82Ricky Barnes+2F73
T82Davis Riley+214-
T82Christiaan Bezuidenhout+214-
T82Patrick Rodgers+2F73
T82Matt Wallace+2F73
T82Greyson Sigg+2F73
T82Patrick Cantlay+2F73
T82Collin Morikawa+2F73
T82Garrick Higgo+2F73
T82Rory McIlroy+2F73
T82Scott Piercy+2F73
T82Taylor Pendrith+2F73
T82Russell Henley+210-
T82J.B. Holmes+211-
T82David Lipsky+213-
T82Francesco Molinari+213-
T82Matthias Schwab+28-
T82Doc Redman+27-
T82Michael Hopper+29-
T105Michael Thompson+310-
T105Doug Ghim+38-
T105Maverick McNealy+313-
T105Beau Hossler+314-
T105Adam Svensson+311-
T105J.T. Poston+311-
T105Kevin Streelman+3F74
T105Davis Thompson+3F74
T105Hideki Matsuyama+3F74
T105Kevin Kisner+3F74
T105Mackenzie Hughes+3F74
T105Chez Reavie+3F74
T117Martin Laird+4F75
T117Denny McCarthy+4F75
T117Brendon Todd+4F75
T117Shane Lowry+4F75
T117Taylor Montgomery+4F75
T117Nick Watney+4F75
T117Brett White+49-
T124Kurt Kitayama+513-
T124Emiliano Grillo+5F76
T124Stephan Jaeger+5F76
T124Ryan Brehm+5F76
T128Andre Metzger+6F77
T128J.J. Spaun+613-
T130Cameron Champ+7F78
T130Chad Ramey+7F78
T130Rory Sabbatini+7F78
133Matthew NeSmith+8F79
134Jimmy Walker+9F80
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WM Phoenix Open 2023

Date: February 9th - 12th 2023

Location: TPC Scottsdale (Stadium Course), Scottsdale, Arizona

Purse: $20,000,000

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