A fireworks show with four master gunners, Paul Barjon on the pitch

Sam Burns Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images/AFP (Photo by Cliff Hawkins/GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/Getty Images via AFP)

Traditionally played on one of the most difficult courses of the season, known for its Snake Pit, the Valspar Championship allowedfour golfers to take the lead with a shower of birdies and an indecent score of -7 after only 18 holes! Paul Barjon is only four lengths behind.

Later a Players Championship played in daunting conditions and ended on Monday, the PGA Tour has returned to perfect playing conditions in Palm Harbor. With wet greens and no wind, the terrifying course at Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club was suddenly unable to bite despite its terrifying final sequence of three holes called the Snake Pit. Thus, four men are in the lead at -7, a score rarely achieved after a round of golf on the Copperhead course.

Sam Burns continues in Palm Harbor

No one has been able to retain their title at Innisbrook except for Paul Casey in 2019. sam burns however, he is on the way to succeed the British as he realizes best start ever for a defending champion in this tournament, with a score of -7! The 25-year-old American is accompanied by his compatriot David Lipskythe venezuelan johnattan vegas and the canadian adam hadwinall authors of a card of 64.

Amazing Justin Thomas!

Not very successful on the greens during his outward journey completed in par, justin thomas he was suddenly struck by grace with shots all more beautiful than the others in his last eight holes and, in particular, the third longest putt of his career in 14 for a 20-meter eagle. With a -4 finish of the day in his last five holes, the eighth player in the world moved into the top 10.

Paul Barjon four shots from the front

Thirty-two golfers stand on three shots with Xander Schauele, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka Y tommy floats in 12th place at -4. Right behind this impressive bunch, the French Paul Barjon fits perfectly. The New Caledonian struggled to enter the Snake Pit with his only bogey of the day on the 16th, but the Bordeaux native finished with a solid 68 (-3, 33rd).

Charl Schwartzel just mad!

We will also remember the bad performance of the Italian Francesco Molinari, completely lost on the greens with numerous triples and a lousy sequence of four bogeys in a row from 1 to 4 (after starting from 10). As well as the heat stroke of the South African charl schwartzel who waved his club angrily on the 15th, before calmly continuing with an unimaginable eagle on the terrifying par-4 16th hole. Relegated beyond the top 100, the two Major winners will still struggle to make the cut.

The classification


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