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With one great shot, Camilo Villegas turned a solid round into his lowest start in more than a year. Villegas drilled a 3-wood into 8 feet on the par-5 18th hole and made the eagle putt for a 6-under 64.
After opening with a 6-under 64, Camilo Villegas holds a one-shot lead heading into the second round at the Honda Classic.
With a bogey at the 18th hole Thursday at the Honda, Rory McIlroy posted an even-par 70 at PGA National and sits T-60.
At first glance, Camilo Villegas’ name atop the Honda Classic leaderboard may not look out of place. After all, he won this tournament just three years ago – his third PGA Tour victory in a three-year span. Plenty has happened to his on-course prowess in the time since, though. And none of it has been good.
Charles Howell III is seeing commercials begin to appear promoting the Masters in six weeks. 'The ads are already running on ESPN in almost a cruel way,' Howell cracked.
Thanks to a 5-under 65 in the opening round of the Honda Classic, Graham DeLaet is in great position entering the final 54 holes.
Boo Weekley's first round at the Honda included wrangling a snake, making 'gator calls and shooting 66.
After an early exit at last week's WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, Dustin Johnson bounced back with a 4-under 66 Thursday at PGA National.
Branden Grace was downright bullish when it came to the Bear Trap on Thursday in the Honda Classic.
It was just a routine even-par round, but Tiger Woods still managed to inject some drama into it in the Honda Classic.
Making his first Honda start, Branden Grace closed his round with four straight birdies to take a share of the early lead with a 5-under 65.
As SwingFix instructor Justin Bruton explains in this video, if you're coming over the top, it could be a sequencing issue with your downswing.
After defeating Charl Schwartzel 1-up at Dove Mountain last week, Russell Henley shot 2-under 68 Thursday to get the better of him again as the two were once again paired together.
Tiger Woods opened with an even-par 70 at the Honda Classic on Thursday, but it wasn’t without one incredibly entertaining moment.
Tiger Woods finished Day 1 of the Honda Classic where he started: at even par. Woods had two birdies and two bogeys for a 70.
Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods both made it through the Bear Trap in even par on Day 1. Chat all things Honda with John Hawkins.
On a cold South Florida morning, Tiger Woods is looking to overcome a couple of early bogeys at the Honda Classic.
Having already earned a berth to The Masters this spring, Tianlang Guan shot a 1-over 73 during the first round of an international British Open qualifier.
Tiger Woods is in one of the first groups out Thursday morning and looking to make an early statement at the Honda Classic.
Rory McIlroy is without question an immense talent, and Michael Breed and Martin Hall want to help you learn from his powerful and efficient golf swing.