May 22, 2022

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Some surprises during the PGA Hole-in-Hole Tournament

Some surprises during the PGA Hole-in-Hole Tournament

Ian Poulter, Matt Kucher and Antoine Rozner got off to a good start in their duels at the Dell Technologies World Golf Championships All-In-Play Tournament in Austin, Texas on Wednesday.

Poulter (60E Defeated Rory McIlroy (11) and became one of the best performers of the dayE) By six strokes with five holes to play. With the tie after eight holes, the Englishman was able to blow on five flags coming from his opponent to end the discussion.

Kuchar (52E) For his part, defeating Justin Thomas by three strokes, while the second serves as the second favorite. Kuchar got off to a strong start with five birdies in nine innings, giving him a five-stroke lead.

Rozner (58E), Finally overcoming Bryson Dichambue by two strokes under Birdie at 18E And the last hole.

Dustin Johnson (favorite), John Raham (third) and Collin Moriwaka (fourth) also won the first round. Moriwaka won the first of four stops at this year’s World Championships at the Workday Championships.

The players are divided into 16 groups and the best in each group will receive a ticket to the playoffs on Saturday and Sunday after three days of competition.

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