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Rookie Cook takes lead at RSM Classic

18 Novembre 2017

"I've been able to hit it pretty close to the hole to make some pretty stress-free putts. My game's in a really good place, my mind's in a really great place because I'm probably the most excited guy about being here on the weekend, and I'm feeling fresh and can't wait to get after it". Taylor shot a four-under-par 66. "But the couple of putts that I have had of length for par I've been able to roll them in", he added.

Gay, 45, won the last of his four PGA Tour titles in 2013. Chris Kirk was the early leader.

"With him being out here so long, he knows everybody, so it's not like I'm completely the new kid on the block", Cook said.

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As you can see, with over 10,000 likes, and also plenty of comments, all golf fans want to see Donald make a full recovery and return to the golf course as soon as possible. The Clarkston High graduate was one of three golfers to top the field with a 31 on the front nine, all on the Plantation Course as opposed to the par-70 Seaside Course.

Brandt Snedeker is looking strong in his first start in some five months because of a sternum injury, the 36-year-old shooting a three-under 67 on the Plantation course to be six shots back on eight-under. I haven't played a tournament in five months, so it's held up better than I thought it would. Gay got the job done with his usual (tidy) ball-striking and then caught fire with the flat stick.

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Rookie Cook takes lead at RSM Classic