Quality of Life Program: National Cultural Awards culminates support to Saudi culture, intellectuals    KSrelief Continues Distributing Ramadan Food Baskets in Lebanon    King, Crown Prince condoles Turkmen president on death of his father    Two Holy Mosques Affairs General Presidency: Increasing capacity of Mataf Courtyard, allocating 4 paths for elderly    India Reports New High of 1,761 Daily COVID-19 Deaths    Russia reports 8,164 new COVID-19 cases, 379 deaths    Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Directs Disbursement of SR 1.9 Billion of Ramadan Aid for Social Insurance Beneficiaries    China administered total of 195.02 mln COVID-19 vaccines as of April 19    Prince Khalid meets with UK PM's envoy to Gulf region    10 million people in UK receive second dose of COVID-19 vaccine    Video clip showing expats being assaulted is old: Riyadh Police    US immigration agencies ordered to end use of terms 'alien' and 'assimilation'    US warns against travel to 80% of all countries due to COVID-19 State Department 'strongly recommends' US citizens reconsider any travel aborad    Chairman of Libyan Presidential Council Meets with Algerian Foreign Minister    In Jeel Tamooh's third edition, BCG experts, 100 world-class Saudi students come together    UAE government adopts 'blockchain' technology in authentication services    KSrelief signs two joint agreements to serve needy people in Yemen    Jadwa Investment partners with MHRSD to develop non-profit sector    Oilfields Supply Center's $570m investment in SPARK    SRC Obtains Good Ratings From Moody's, Fitch    National Center for Privatization Hosts Chinese Investors Forum    Saudi Stock Exchange Main Index Ends Trading Higher at 10,097 Points    Diriyah Gate participates in Kingdom's celebration of the World Heritage Day    Saudi Al-Hilal Defeats UAE Shabab Al-Ahli witn AFC Champions League    Saudi Al-Ahli, Qatari Al-Duhail Drew 1-1    Messi fires Barca to dominant Cup final win    Bayern moves closer to title but Flick says he's leaving    IRTI Report Showcases Sustainable Development Goals for IsDB Member States    Bayern move closer to title but Flick says he's leaving    The importance of legal specialization    Indian actor and environmentalist Vivek dies at age of 59    Alert over shortage of new drugs for 'world's most dangerous bacteria'    Helen McCrory, 'Harry Potter' and 'Peaky Blinders' star, dead at 52    New global compact aims to drive down diabetes deaths, boost insulin access    Welcome to beautiful Ramadan customs    Foundation stone laid for Jeddah Formula One circuit    Laying the Foundation Stone for Jeddah Formula One Circuit    King Salman Center for Disability Research Launches 2nd Edition of its Story Collection (Awareness)    Riyadh Light Witnesses Conclusion of External Artworks    Riyadh Light Turned the Capital into Lights' Aura    Colored Triangles Decorate Conference Building, at King Abdullah Financial Center    Vaccination does not invalidate fasting, says UAE Fatwa Council    It is high time to correct wrong concepts about women's status    Council of Senior Scholars: Muslim Brothers' Group Don't Represent Method of Islam, rather only Follows its Partisan Objectives, Violating our Graceful Religion    Court facilitates young woman's marriage after stripping father's guardianship    Eid Al-Adha Prayer Performed at the Grand Holy Mosque    Pilgrims Perform Dhuhr and Asr Prayers in Arafat Holy Site    Senior Scholars Council Issues Decision No. 246 Regarding Attendance of Friday Prayer and Prayers at Mosques in a Case of Spread of Epidemic or Fear of its Spread    

Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.

Moore and Hahn take lead
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 04 - 09 - 2016

Ryan Moore and James Hahn fired six-under-par 65s to grab a one-shot lead after a low-scoring first round at the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston Friday.
Hahn drained an eight-foot birdie putt on his final hole while Moore saved par on his last to inch clear of the chasing pack in the $8.5 million tournament, the second event in the FedExCup playoff series.
Brian Stuard, England's Paul Casey, Argentina's Fabian Gomez and Venezuela's Jhonattan Vegas were locked in a four-way tie for third at five under after carding 66s.
Australia's Adam Scott — winner of the inaugural Deutsche Bank crown in 2003 — was amongst a bunch of 13 players tied for seventh, two strokes off the pace.
Moore and Hahn opened up their slender advantage after recording bogey-free rounds with six birdies apiece on the demanding 7,207-yard layout.
World No. 43 Moore is chasing his sixth PGA Tour title, just a month after winning the John Deere Classic by two shots.
The 33-year-old is 11th in the lucrative FedExCup standings could climb to second overall with a victory this weekend.
Hahn enjoyed a near flawless round, hitting every fairway in regulation for the first time in his professional career.
The 34-year-old Korean-born world No. 65 is seeking the third win of his PGA Tour career, with the most recent victory coming at the Wells Fargo Championship in May. Casey and Gomez had set the early pace in the morning flights, although Stuard briefly went to six under before faltering with back-to-back bogeys before finishing with a birdie.
World No. 2 Dustin Johnson, No. 3 Jordan Spieth, Sweden's No. 4 Henrik Stenson, Patrick Reed and Olympic champion Justin Rose of England are all three shots adrift.
Reed is well-positioned for a charge over the weekend as he looks to build on last week's victory at The Barclays.
Defending Deutsche Bank champion and world No. 8 Rickie Fowler is four off the lead, tied for 38th, after carding four birdies and a pair of bogeys.
World No. 1 Jason Day of Australia is also in touch at one under after an eventful day which saw his wife Ellie and children escape injury in a traffic accident.
Ellie Day was taken to hospital as a precaution but later released.
"Thankfully everyone is now resting comfortably," said Day, who is tied for 48th with Fiji's Vijay Singh and 2014 Deutsche Bank winner Chris Kirk among others.
Northern Ireland's world No. 5 Rory McIlroy and Bubba Watson are tied for 67th six shots back.
But it was a miserable day for Phil Mickelson, who ended up carding a quadruple bogey at the 439-yard par four sixth hole. Mickelson finally finished 10 strokes off the lead, tied for 93rd.

Clic here to read the story from its source.