Palmer's had his share of heartache the last couple years.
Greg Chalmers and Steven Bowditch have had limited career success in the tournament while Brett Drewitt tees up for the first time. At No. 7 in the world, he is considered among the game's elite, even if he seemingly has slipped into the background of late while others emerged.
American Paul Peterson birdied four of his last five holes for a bogey-free 9-under 62 to top the Joburg Open leaderboard in the rain-suspended first round. Fowler is 8 under and one back after back-to-back 66s.
"I'm not involved in it at the moment. Last year, I played poorly in the majors, which was disappointing".
The rousing finish by the German, playing his first USA event of the year, lifted him to a five-under-par 65, one stroke behind American rookies Cody Gribble and Wesley Bryan on a course softened by rain on Wednesday. "It's been fairly competitive". The current "best in golf" is not at PGA National this week Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama and Jordan Spieth are taking the week off or are injured. It was just Tiger by double the points everyone else was on. The $7000 and $8000 range offer most of the value and I think most of my lineups will fall into the "balanced" lineup designation.
"Then I was between clubs on No. 17 and it was a very tough call". He competed in the Golf Channel reality show "The Big Break" here.
No doubt, the competition at the top is fierce.
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Morrissey, who is just six years of age, has been an inspirational figure at various PGA Tour events in recent months as he demonstrates his golfing prowess despite the use of only his left arm. Defending champion: Adam Scott. He eventually got it back together and held off Sergio Garcia.
The two met while playing mini-tour events in the Carolinas. "The sense of accomplishment was great, and I was obviously playing well".
"Ramon has really helped me in terms of seeing the lines and making the putts instead of worrying about making the ideal stroke" Diaz said.
That's certainly important to Palmer, but forgive him if golf is not the main thing on his mind these days.
"On 18 I was able to knock it close with a wedge". He and his wife are expecting another child later this year, and with homes in the Bahamas, Switzerland and Australia, life has gotten more hectic off the course. "Glad to settle for bogey there and glad to get one on 18, tied for the lead going into the weekend".
"I feel like it's time for me to start finishing off some more events when I am in this position, " said Fowler, who started 66-66 a year ago at Honda before fading to a tie for sixth.