Gamers Championship: Tommy Fleetwood and Kegan Bradley section lead at Sawgrass

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Gamers Championship: Tommy Fleetwood and Kegan Bradley section lead at Sawgrass
Tommy Fleetwood made seven birdies in a bogey-free round
Gamers Championship round one leaderboard
-7 T Fleetwood (Eng), Okay Bradley (US); -6 Byeong-hun An (Kor), B Harman (US); -5 R McIlroy (NI), V Taylor, R Moore (each US); -four R Sabbatini (Svk), JT Poston, Okay Stanley, Okay Kisner (all US)
Chosen others: -three M Wallace, I Poulter (each Eng), D Johnson (US); -2 T Woods (US), R Knox (Sco), M Fitzpatrick (Eng); +2 J Rose (Eng), +three D Willett (Eng)

England’s Tommy Fleetwood hit a seven-under Sixty 5 to section the lead of the Gamers Championship with Keegan Bradley after round one at Sawgrass.

Fleetwood, 28, struck six birdies in his last nine holes, coming home in 30 shots, one off the tournament anecdote.

American Bradley made six birdies, an eagle and a bogey in Florida.

They’re one shot earlier than South Korea’s Byeong-hun An and American Brian Harman, with Northern Eire’s Rory McIlroy a stroke extra serve.

McIlroy made a bogey-free sixty seven and is in a tie for fifth with Americans Vaughn Taylor and Ryan Moore.

“I performed genuinely wisely all day apart from I hit a uncomfortable tee shot on 14 and purchased away with it,” Fleetwood suggested Sky Sports.

“The course doesn’t blueprint you feel very jubilant at all, you are repeatedly a semi-corrupt shot from struggling to blueprint par. It’s one amongst the applications that is the last take a look at in golf.

“I’ve performed wisely here in the past and if I pressure it wisely that’s a huge key for me. Riding is a energy for me generally and ought to you assign it in play always in licensed that you just might possibly additionally have a substantial advantage.”

Englishmen Matt Wallace and Ian Poulter each carded a three-under Sixty nine, alongside world main Dustin Johnson and Spaniards Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia.

Tiger Woods is a shot in the serve of on two under, stage with Scotland’s Russell Knox, England’s Matthew Fitzpatrick and Australian major winners Jason Day and Adam Scott.

The 14-time major champion, who withdrew from the fresh Arnold Palmer Invitational with a neck stress, had an erratic round of 70, hitting six birdies and four bogeys.

World number two Justin Rose is on two over, alongside compatriot Tyrell Hatton and Americans Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler.

Danny Willet is a stroke extra serve, while Paul Casey struggled, hitting a six-over 78.