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Nick Watney shot a 1-under-par 36-34=70 in his opening round of the AT&T National, finishing two strokes off the clubhouse lead.

In the near future, Watney may look back on today's round as a turning point. After a dreadful stretch of late, this is the first time he's been under par in first round since the Wells Fargo early last month. While he hit only 11 greens and circled a lone birdie against two bogeys, he can hang his hat on holing out from 146 yards from the fairway for eagle at the par-4 fourth hole. He'd go on to sign his card sitting two strokes off the clubhouse lead.
Thu, Jun 27, 2013 01:57:00 PM

Brian Gay underwent surgery on his left thumb on Tuesday, May 19, and remains out indefinitely.

Gay wife's, Kimberly, shared a post-op photo on Twitter, which you can see at the link below. Three days later, she tweeted that it's his second thumb surgery in eight months. It was in early October that Brian's caddie, Kip Henley, conveyed on Twitter that his boss was out with a thumb injury. Until Kimberley alerted her followers about the second surgery, we didn't know that Brian even had one. He hasn't played this season and figures not to return for months. So, expect him to open 2015-16 with a Major Medical Extension in the vicinity of 26 starts. The four-time PGA TOUR winner is 43 years of age.
May 30 - 1:26 AM

The second round of the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship was suspended for darkness.

With a three-hour delay to start the day and 156 golfers in play, even a sunset of 8:29 p.m. CT wasn't late enough to squeeze everyone in. In fact, 33 golfers have yet to complete their second round. This includes Marc Leishman, who is even through 32 holes. He'll return to the par-4 sixth hole for the restart on Saturday at 8:00 a.m. and will need to get under par to survive the cut. It's a startling fact given he's 5-for-6 in the tournament, all paydays going for top 12s. Of the stranded, only two have one hole to play. PGA TOUR rookie Tom Hoge is the trailer with six holes yet to finish.
May 29 - 10:54 PM

Jimmy Walker followed his opening 64 at the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship with a 3-under-par 34-32=66 in today's second round, reaching the midpoint in 9-under 130 and share of the 36-hole lead.

Walker has to be happy to have snuck in his entire round today. Play was suspended at the beginning of the day due to unplayable conditions all over TPC Four Seasons due to four-and-a-half inches of overnight rain. Walker opened with six pars before lassoing his first of five birdies at the par-5 seventh hole. He covered bogey-5s at Nos. 12 and 15 with birdies at 11, 13, 14 and 16. His 12 birdies overall ranks second in the field to co-leader Steven Bowditch's 15. Walker will enter the weekend in pursuit of his third title of the season. You'll recall that he won thrice last season after failing to find paydirt in his first 187 starts on the PGA TOUR.
May 29 - 10:00 PM

Overnight leader Steven Bowditch chased his opening 62 at the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship with a 1-under-par 34-34=68 in today's second round to post 9-under 130, good for a share of the 36-hole lead.

We're only two days into the tournament, but we've already seen most of the spectrum that the Aussie possesses. He putted the light out on Thursday, as he's often prone to do, and the added seven birdies today, but also incurred six bogeys. So, he easily leads the field with 15 birdies but drifts into a tie for the lead at the halfway point.
May 29 - 9:47 PM

Scott Piercy withdrew from the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship during his second round.

Piercy completed 11 holes in 3-over-par and was 5-over through 29 when he walked off TPC Four Seasons. If an explanation is released, we will relay it to you. This is his fourth mid-tournament WD in 181 PGA TOUR starts. It's the fourth time in his last five starts this season that he's failed to cash, but the 36-year-old arrived ranked 41st in the FedExCup standings, so he can absorb a slump. For the time being, he's scheduled to tee it up at next week's Memorial.
Source: PGATOUR.com
May 29 - 8:02 PM

Rafa Cabrera-Bello joined the lead with a 3-under-par 34-34=68 at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open on Friday and achieved something no other player has managed so far.

A total of 306 rounds have been played over the first two days in often brutal conditions at Royal County Down but RCB owns the only-bogey free lap after hitting 15 greens in regulation and going 3-for-3 in scrambling. Outstanding. The Spaniard grafted for 14 pars and a birdie at the third over his first 15 holes and then produced a mini spurt late on with par breakers at 16 and 18 to make it a six-way tie for the lead at 3-under 138 alongside Tyrrell Hatton, Søren Kjeldsen, Chris Wood, Richie Ramsay and Bernd Wiesberger.
May 29 - 6:00 PM

Ángel Cabrera withdrew from the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship prior to his second round due to a back injury.

The Argentine was scheduled to go off the 10th tee at 3:40 p.m. CT. He opened with 4-over-par 37-37=74 with three birdies and seven bogeys. This is his seventh mid-tournament WD in 238 PGA TOUR starts; it's his second in his last four. His last occurred at THE PLAYERS, also because of a back injury. Cabrera started the week slotted 152nd in the FedExCup standings, but he's fully exempt through next season.
May 29 - 5:14 PM

Gary Woodland had himself a day at TPC Four Seasons, signing for a 6-under-par 31-32=63 following his second round.

Woodland needed something special today to get to the weekend. He opened with a 2-over 72 that included one bogey, one double and one triple. He found it early and often on Friday. Starting on the par-4 10th, Woodland would snipe his first of five birdies on the par-4 11th. But the highlight occurred on the modified par-3 14th where he holed out from the tee box (in the fairway) from 104 yards. It's his first ace in 463 rounds on the PGA TOUR. (You can view the shot for yourself at the link below.) He reached the midpoint in 4-under 135 and sits four swings off the 36-hole clubhouse lead.
May 29 - 5:09 PM

Jordan Spieth twirled a 5-under-par 33-31=64 in today's second round of the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship.

The hometown favorite connected for seven birdies at TPC Four Seasons today. That set included a tap-in at the modified par-3 14th hole. He also swallowed two bogey-5s, but still signed for his lowest aggregate of 18 competitive rounds at TPC Four Seasons. Prior to today, Spieth hadn't scored better than 67, so even with the adjustment to overall par today, it was his best round. At 6-under 133, the 21-year-old is just three strokes in arrears of the 36-hole clubhouse lead.
May 29 - 5:00 PM

Jon Curran chased his opening 67 at the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship with a 6-under-par 29-34=63 in today's second round to post 9-under 130 at the break, good for early possession of the 36-hole clubhouse lead. UPDATE: Curran will hold the overnight lead with Steven Bowditch and Jimmy Walker, but Tony Finau may catch or pass when play resumes on Saturday morning. Finau is 7-under through 34 holes.

No need to adjust your device as overall par today is 69. As we relayed earlier, the 14th hole is being played as a 104-yard par 3. It's a 406-yard par 4 on the scorecard but unplayable conditions in the fairway precluded its traditional setup. It's also precluded the access to data beyond scoring, such as fairways hit, greens in regulation and measurements of all shots. But we do know that Curran buried eight birdies at TPC Four Seasons today, including a 2 at No. 14. He also squared a pair of bogey-5s on his inward nine.
May 29 - 4:14 PM

Rory McIlroy followed his atrocious, opening 80 at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open with an even-par 34-37=71 in today's second round and will miss the cut.

After squaring nine bogeys on Thursday, McIlroy's only hiccup today was a double bogey-6 at the 15th hole. He had buried birdies at Nos. 7 and 12, so it merely wiped away a red number. He's in the books at 9-over 151, four shots outside the cut line. McIlroy is a first-time host of this tournament, so you can't rule out that distractions related to the learning curve of how to juggle those duties with his game impeded progress. The Irish Open concluded five consecutive weeks of competition on two continents with two victories, so he may have merely run of out gas. We'll see the world's top-ranked next in three weeks at the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay.
May 29 - 1:16 PM




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