The biggest hope of Australia Cameron Smith is on its way to the #AusOpenGolf together with the American visitor Brandt Snedeker in light conditions in The Lakes.
The first nine games, Queenslander Smith, the world number 33, made a nice birdie to get some speed at the par-four 13th hole, but immediately gave that shot back when his three wood approaching the par-five 14th hole in the ground splashed. the lake for the green.
Smith, who will represent Australia next week at the World Cup of Golf, then took a shot with a nice long-distance birdie in the par-three 15th hole and became one-overall overall, after which he dropped a shot at the sixteenth place. are equal to par.
Snedeker played conservatively, finished on the par-five 11th and the par-five 14th, but made a birdie on the second of those longer holes. He is at one-under-par through seven holes.
The New South Wales professional Adam Stephens and the Japanese amateur Takumi Tanaya are the early leaders with three undersized parallels, but stronger wind forecasts are expected this afternoon when Americans like Matt Kuchar start their search for the legendary national title.
Two members of the popular participation program MyGolf today called the ceremonial opening of the tee-shots at 6.45 am – Georgia Delis, 9, and Max Carroll, 6.
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