Jay Haas, Mark Hensby Share 18-Hole Lead

June 23-26, 2022, Saucon Valley C.C. (Old Course), Bethlehem, Pa.
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What Happened
It was a tale of two waves on Thursday at the 42nd U.S. Senior Open Championship. Those fortunate enough to avoid the morning rain showers certainly benefited in Round 1 on Saucon Valley Country Club’s Old Course.
Ten of the 11 golfers who broke par on the 6,973-yard, par-71 layout were among those in the afternoon wave. That included Mark Hensby and 68-year-old Jay Haas, both of whom carded 4-under-par 67s to share the lead. Haas, playing in his 17th U.S. Senior Open and 50th USGA championship overall, shot his age for the second time this year, and joined four others to do so in the U.S. Senior Open.
“No, we got a lot lucky,” said Haas, a three-time senior major champion who has never missed a cut in the U.S. Senior Open, when asked if the 78-player afternoon group got the luck of the draw. “That was a big, big plus. I guess playing in the rain, the ball maybe goes a little shorter and everything, but it’s just the whole hassle of the umbrella and towels and keeping everything dry. That’s the thing that makes everything difficult.”
2019 champion Steve Stricker, 2008 U.S. Open runner-up Rocco Mediate, Paul Broadhurst and Tim Petrovic each carded 68s.
Only Paul Goydos (69) managed a sub-71 round among the morning group, as Mother Nature dumped nearly a half-inch of rain on the property. Afternoon starter Rob Labritz, a former club professional and a PGA Tour Champions rookie, joined him on that number.
Four others from the morning wave shot even-par 71, including defending champion Jim Furyk, two-time U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen and three-time major winner Padraig Harrington, who is making his U.S. Senior Open debut.
“I’m from California,” said Goydos, a five-time winner on PGA Tour Champions who is affectionately nicknamed “Sunshine” for his dour sense of humor. “This is more rain than we’ve had in 10 years, it seems like.
“I’m really not a big fan of playing in the rain. I’m the guy who wants to play on domed golf courses.”
Players in the afternoon wave encountered relatively docile conditions. As long as competitors kept their golf ball out of the thick and moistened rough, good scoring was possible.
Hensby, who turns 51 on Wednesday, took full advantage, registering six birdies against two bogeys. In his Senior Open debut last year at Omaha (Neb.) Country Club, the youngest competitor in the field played only 10 holes before withdrawing due to a medical issue. The owner of six professional wins, including the 2004 John Deere Classic on the PGA Tour, doesn’t have full-time status on any tour. He did tie for eighth in last month’s KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, and he qualified in Pearland, Texas, for the U.S. Senior Open. He also played the PGA Tour event in Puerto Rico in March.
“Just training and practice,” said Hensby, “and hopefully when it comes [time] to go, you’re ready to go.”
Haas doesn’t grind like he used to, but he still loves to compete. Earlier this year, he teed it up with son, Bill, in the PGA Tour’s Zurich Classic, a team event where he became the oldest player to make a cut in Tour history. Although he has never won the U.S. Senior Open, he does have five top-10 finishes. Last year in Omaha, he was tied fourth going into the weekend before finishing tied for 40th.
“I tell people that I still have a real passion to play the game, and I think that’s helped me as much as anything,” said Haas. “Shooting my age is great. It’s a good goal to have because that’s a nice number certainly at a USGA event. Anything in the 60s is always really nice.”
Goydos’ performance arguably was one of the best of the day, considering the conditions. The rain, which came down hard at times, rarely let up from around 7:30 a.m. to when the afternoon wave started at 12:30 p.m.
“The bad weather tends to keep you a little more focused,” said Goydos, a Long Beach, Calif., native. “Every once in a while, you’re playing a golf tournament and you’ve got a 50-yard-wide fairway, and you may be at 90 percent instead of 100 percent. The USGA doesn’t allow that. Their golf course setup is to penalize the guy that loses that little bit of focus, and I would say the weather kind of makes it a little bit easier to make sure you’re there on each shot.”
What’s Next
Round 2 of stroke play will take place on Friday, with the low 60 scorers and ties advancing to the weekend. Peacock will have live coverage from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. EDT.
Besides Jay Haas, the other four golfers to shoot their age in the U.S. Senior Open are Jerry Barber (9 times), Hale Irwin (3), Tom Watson (3) and Harold “Jug” McSpaden (1). Watson was the most recent player to accomplish the feat in 2019.
Defending champion Jim Furyk reunited with a high school teammate after his round. He was greeted in the scorer’s tent by Kirby Martin, director of competitions for the Golf Association of Philadelphia, who played one season with Furyk at Manheim High in Lancaster (Pa.) County. The two hadn’t seen each other in 20 years.
David Jacobsen, the brother of 2004 U.S. Senior Open champion and NBC/Golf Channel analyst Peter Jacobsen, is serving as the first-tee starter this week. Doug Fry is handling the duties on the 10th tee for the first two rounds.
Two area residents had the honor of hitting the first ball off the first and 10th tees. Dave McNabb, of Garnet Valley, Pa., who is the head professional at Applebrook Golf Club in Malvern, Pa., drove off No. 1, while Michael Molino, of Dallas, Pa., the head professional at the Country Club of Scranton, teed off first on No. 10.
Cedar Ridge Country Club director of instruction Tracy Phillips, of Tulsa, Okla., fresh off a tie for 17th in last month’s Senior PGA Championship, carded a 1-over 72. Phillips won the 1980 Junior PGA Championship. He also teed it up in last month’s PGA Championship at Southern Hills as a non-competitive marker for 2003 U.S. Junior Amateur champion Brian Harman in the third round.
Brandt Jobe withdrew after 12 holes due to an undisclosed injury. Tom Lehman also withdrew prior to his round on Thursday and was replaced in the field by James Chung, of Roxbury, N.J., the first alternate from the Indiana, Pa., qualifier.
“I had some medical issues last year. I still do have kind of sleep issues, bad insomnia. Last year I was up for three or four days before that first round. It was unfortunate because I was actually playing pretty well. This year I’ve got it under control somewhat. It’s kind of funny how I had to withdraw and now I’m leading. Pretty cool.” – Mark Hensby
“I mean, round of the day is Paul Goydos, no question. I was having breakfast thinking, they can’t possibly be playing in this, so testament to the drainage of the golf course that they got the 18 holes finished, or near enough. But that was a great score from Paul.” – Paul Broadhurst (3-under 68) on Goydos’ sub-par round during the rainy morning wave
“Shockingly there was no mud. I hit it in all the fairways but two. I hit the first cut and then one in the rough. The place drains amazing, so it should firm up, you would think.” – Rocco Mediate on conditions after the course received nearly a half-inch of rain Thursday morning
“The biggest advantage in the rain is having a really good caddie. This is where caddies earn their money. There wasn’t a single shot I hit today where my grips were wet. Chris [Mazziotti] did a fantastic job.” – Paul Goydos (2-under 69) on the rainy conditions
“The first five, six holes were brutal. It started to let up on 16, our seventh hole, and then it stopped raining – on 17 or 18 – [and] I thought we were home free. Then it slowly picked up again on … our second nine. Just tough to hold onto the club, keep everything dry. We went out with three towels, and those were pretty much drenched through about seven holes.” – defending champion Jim Furyk (even-par 71) on the conditions
“The back-nine pin positions were much easier. It was like two different referees set up the front nine and the back nine.” – Padraig Harrington (even-par 71) on the course setup
BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Results from Thursday’s first round of the 2022 U.S. Senior Open Championship, played at 6,973-yard, par-71 Saucon Valley Country Club (Old Course).

T1,Mark Hensby,34-33-67,-4
T1,Jay Haas,35-32-67,-4
T3,Rocco Mediate,34-34-68,-3
T3,Paul Broadhurst,36-32-68,-3
T3,Tim Petrovic,35-33-68,-3
T3,Steve Stricker,34-34-68,-3
T7,Paul Goydos,36-33-69,-2
T7,Rob Labritz,36-33-69,-2
T9,Thongchai Jaidee,37-33-70,-1
T9,Wesley Short Jr.,36-34-70,-1
T9,Glen Day,34-36-70,-1
T12,James Kingston,37-34-71,E
T12,Padraig Harrington,38-33-71,E
T12,Retief Goosen,36-35-71,E
T12,Jim Furyk,37-34-71,E
T12,Michael Muehr,37-34-71,E
T12,Jeff Gove,36-35-71,E
T12,Alex Cejka,37-34-71,E
T12,Markus Brier,35-36-71,E
T12,Robert Karlsson,35-36-71,E
T12,Richard Green,38-33-71,E
T22,Tracy Phillips,38-34-72,+1
T22,Doug Barron,37-35-72,+1
T22,Gene Sauers,37-35-72,+1
T22,Brian Gay,39-33-72,+1
T22,David Toms,37-35-72,+1
T22,Jerry Kelly,36-36-72,+1
T22,John Huston,37-35-72,+1
T22,Jeff Sluman,37-35-72,+1
T22,Shane Bertsch,39-33-72,+1
T22,Kevin Sutherland,37-35-72,+1
T22,Steven Alker,39-33-72,+1
T22,Ernie Els,38-34-72,+1
T22,Scott Parel,35-37-72,+1
T22,Brian Wilson,35-37-72,+1
T36,John Senden,35-38-73,+2
T36,Cameron Beckman,39-34-73,+2
T36,Ken Duke,37-36-73,+2
T36,Clark Dennis,35-38-73,+2
T36,Alan McLean,38-35-73,+2
T36,Todd White (a),36-37-73,+2
T36,Steve Flesch,37-36-73,+2
T36,Rod Pampling,38-35-73,+2
T36,Brett Quigley,39-34-73,+2
T45,Craig Thomas,38-36-74,+3
T45,Thomas Gillis,39-35-74,+3
T45,Willie Wood,38-36-74,+3
T45,Mauricio Molina,37-37-74,+3
T45,Darren Clarke,37-37-74,+3
T45,Phillip Price,39-35-74,+3
T45,Lee Janzen,37-37-74,+3
T45,Gavin Coles,35-39-74,+3
T45,Jay Williamson,40-34-74,+3
T45,Richard Gilkey,37-37-74,+3
T45,Don Carpenter,41-33-74,+3
T45,Joakim Haeggman,38-36-74,+3
T45,Scott Verplank,41-33-74,+3
T45,Y.E. Yang,36-38-74,+3
T45,Woody Austin,38-36-74,+3
T45,Jeff Maggert,38-36-74,+3
T45,Bernhard Langer,38-36-74,+3
T45,Peter Baker,39-35-74,+3
T45,Tony Soerries (a),36-38-74,+3
T64,Dave McNabb,39-36-75,+4
T64,Brian Mogg,37-38-75,+4
T64,Matt Gogel,40-35-75,+4
T64,Tom Byrum,41-34-75,+4
T64,Colin Montgomerie,39-36-75,+4
T64,Robert Allenby,38-37-75,+4
T64,Fred Funk,40-35-75,+4
T64,Scott McCarron,36-39-75,+4
T64,Vijay Singh,37-38-75,+4
T64,Stephen Ames,37-38-75,+4
T64,Stephen Dodd,38-37-75,+4
T64,Jeff Brehaut,39-36-75,+4
T64,Omar Uresti,39-36-75,+4
T64,Charlie Wi,37-38-75,+4
T64,Harrison Frazar,39-36-75,+4
T64,Mark O’Meara,37-38-75,+4
T64,Ken Tanigawa,38-37-75,+4
T64,Jeffrey Schmid,39-36-75,+4
T64,Britt Pavelonis,39-36-75,+4
T64,Tim Weinhart,39-36-75,+4
T84,Bob Estes,38-38-76,+5
T84,Kirk Triplett,37-39-76,+5
T84,Stuart Appleby,39-37-76,+5
T84,Davis Love III,36-40-76,+5
T84,Tim Cantwell,40-36-76,+5
T84,Andrew Sapp,38-38-76,+5
T84,Yoshinobu Tsukada,40-36-76,+5
T84,Bob May,36-40-76,+5
T84,Mark Calcavecchia,39-37-76,+5
T84,Chris DiMarco,38-38-76,+5
T84,Andrew Johnson,38-38-76,+5
T95,Ned Zachar (a),39-38-77,+6
T95,Duffy Waldorf,38-39-77,+6
T95,K.J. Choi,41-36-77,+6
T95,John Bickerton,39-38-77,+6
T95,Jack Larkin Sr. (a),40-37-77,+6
T95,Dave Bahr,39-38-77,+6
T101,Jonathan Kaye,44-34-78,+7
T101,Joe Durant,40-38-78,+7
T101,David Berganio Jr.,37-41-78,+7
T101,Bryan Hoops (a),39-39-78,+7
T101,Ed Kirby,40-38-78,+7
T101,G. Davis Boland (a),39-39-78,+7
T101,Robert Funk (a),40-38-78,+7
T101,Thomas Pernice Jr.,44-34-78,+7
T101,Olin Browne,41-37-78,+7
T101,David Duval,39-39-78,+7
T101,David Hronek,38-40-78,+7
T112,Brian Spitz,40-39-79,+8
T112,David Noll (a),43-36-79,+8
T112,Dicky Pride,38-41-79,+8
T112,Thomas Levet,41-38-79,+8
T112,Charlie Bolling,41-38-79,+8
T112,Miles McConnell (a),42-37-79,+8
T112,Michael Campbell,43-36-79,+8
T112,Miguel Angel Jimenez,41-38-79,+8
T112,Bill Van Orman,40-39-79,+8
T121,Judd Gibb,42-38-80,+9
T121,Naoyuki Tamura,41-39-80,+9
T121,Roger Chapman,41-39-80,+9
T121,Kevin Kraft,41-39-80,+9
T121,Kevin Baker,40-40-80,+9
T121,Bill Harvey,39-41-80,+9
T121,Mike Weir,41-39-80,+9
T128,Kelly Mitchum,39-42-81,+10
T128,Eddie Hargett (a),41-40-81,+10
T128,Harry Rudolph III,41-40-81,+10
T131,Gustav Ulrich,42-40-82,+11
T131,Tim Hogarth (a),42-40-82,+11
T131,William Mitchell (a),42-40-82,+11
T131,Mark Sanchez (a),44-38-82,+11
T131,Mike Meehan,42-40-82,+11
T131,Tim Parun,42-40-82,+11
T131,James Barnes (a),39-43-82,+11
T131,William Ayres (a),42-40-82,+11
T139,Robert Niger,46-37-83,+12
T139,Dolph Roder,42-41-83,+12
T139,Anthony Aguilar,43-40-83,+12
T139,Jerry Gunthorpe (a),41-42-83,+12
T139,Matt Sughrue (a),44-39-83,+12
T144,Michael Molino,44-40-84,+13
T144,Joel B. Johnson (a),43-41-84,+13
T144,Rafael Gomez,42-42-84,+13
T147,Jon Veneziano (a),42-43-85,+14
T147,James Chung,42-43-85,+14
T147,Jack Hall (a),43-42-85,+14
T147,Pat O’Donnell (a),48-37-85,+14
T147,Yong Lee,42-43-85,+14
T152,Jim Roy,45-41-86,+15
T152,Micah Rudosky,44-42-86,+15
154,Mike Karney (a),46-41-87,+16
155,Gene Elliott (a),48-41-89,+18
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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Tee Times for Friday’s second round at the 2022 U.S. Senior Open Championship, played at 6,973-yard, par-71 Saucon Valley Country Club (Old Course).

1st Tee 7:00 a.m. — Charlie Bolling, Glen Cove, N.Y. , 79, +8; Bill Harvey, Albuquerque, N.M. , 80, +9; Tim Parun, San Diego, Calif. , 82, +11 7:10 a.m. — Todd White (a), Spartanburg, S.C. , 73, +2; Rob Labritz, Pound Ridge, N.Y. , 69, -2; Michael Muehr, Bethesda, Va. , 71, E 7:21 a.m. — G. Davis Boland (a), Louisville, Ky. , 78, +7; Matt Sughrue (a), Arlington, Va. , 83, +12; Jeff Gove, Sandpoint, Idaho , 71, E 7:31 a.m. — Charlie Wi, Republic of Korea , 75, +4; Harrison Frazar, Dallas, Texas , 75, +4; Bob May, Las Vegas, Nev. , 76, +5 7:42 a.m. — Joakim Haeggman, Sweden , 74, +3; Shane Bertsch, Parker, Colo. , 72, +1; Thomas Pernice Jr., Scottsdale, Ariz. , 78, +7 7:52 a.m. — Mark O’Meara, Cleveland, Ohio , 75, +4; James Chung, Roxbury, N.J. , 85, +14; David Duval, Cherry Hills Village, Colo. , 78, +7 8:03 a.m. — Y.E. Yang, Republic of Korea , 74, +3; Chris DiMarco, Denver, Colo. , 76, +5; Rocco Mediate, Jacksonville, Fla. , 68, -3 8:13 a.m. — Tim Petrovic, Austin, Texas , 68, -3; Mike Weir, Canada , 80, +9; Robert Karlsson, Sweden , 71, E 8:24 a.m. — Brett Quigley, Jupiter, Fla. , 73, +2; Kevin Sutherland, Sacramento, Calif. , 72, +1; Ken Tanigawa, Scottsdale, Ariz. , 75, +4 8:34 a.m. — Steve Stricker, Madison, Wis. , 68, -3; Ernie Els, South Africa , 72, +1; Scott Parel, Augusta, Ga. , 72, +1 8:45 a.m. — James Barnes (a), Bloomfield Hills, Mich. , 82, +11; Harry Rudolph III, La Jolla, Calif. , 81, +10; Andrew Johnson, Maitland, Fla. , 76, +5 8:55 a.m. — Jeffrey Schmid, Iowa City, Iowa , 75, +4; William Ayres (a), San Jose, Calif. , 82, +11; Britt Pavelonis, Carbondale, Ill. , 75, +4 9:06 a.m. — Yong Lee, Auburn, Wash. , 85, +14; Tim Weinhart, Alpharetta, Ga. , 75, +4; Tony Soerries (a), Montgomery, Texas , 74, +3
10th Tee 7:00 a.m. — Alan McLean, Canada , 73, +2; Richard Gilkey, Bakersfield, Calif. , 74, +3; Dave Bahr, Cincinnati, Ohio , 77, +6 7:10 a.m. — Jon Veneziano (a), Mount Dora, Fla. , 85, +14; Don Carpenter, Athens, Ga. , 74, +3; Andrew Sapp, Muncie, Ind. , 76, +5 7:21 a.m. — Yoshinobu Tsukada, Japan , 76, +5; Miles McConnell (a), Tampa, Fla. , 79, +8; Ed Kirby, Wakefield, R.I. , 78, +7 7:31 a.m. — Robert Funk (a), Canyon Lake, Calif. , 78, +7; Mark Hensby, Australia , 67, -4; Omar Uresti, Austin, Texas , 75, +4 7:42 a.m. — John Huston, Tarpon Springs, Fla. , 72, +1; Mark Calcavecchia, Jupiter, Fla. , 76, +5; Jeff Sluman, Hinsdale, Ill. , 72, +1 7:52 a.m. — Scott Verplank, Edmond, Okla. , 74, +3; Michael Campbell, New Zealand , 79, +8; Olin Browne, Tequesta, Fla. , 78, +7 8:03 a.m. — Alex Cejka, Germany , 71, E; Steve Flesch, Union, Ky. , 73, +2; Thongchai Jaidee, Thailand , 70, -1 08:13 a.m. — Paul Broadhurst, England , 68, -3; Markus Brier, Austria , 71, E; Rod Pampling, Australia , 73, +2 8:24 a.m. — Woody Austin, Derby, Kan. , 74, +3; Jay Haas, Reston, Va. , 67, -4; Jeff Maggert, The Woodlands, Texas , 74, +3 8:34 a.m. — Steven Alker, New Zealand , 72, +1; Miguel Angel Jimenez, Spain , 79, +8; Bernhard Langer, Germany , 74, +3 8:45 a.m. — Peter Baker, England , 74, +3; Wesley Short Jr., Austin, Texas , 70, -1; Glen Day, Little Rock, Ark. , 70, -1 8:55 a.m. — Brian Wilson, Fort Worth, Texas , 72, +1; Richard Green, Australia , 71, E; Jack Hall (a), Savannah, Ga. , 85, +14 9:06 a.m. — Bill Van Orman, Watkinsville, Ga. , 79, +8; Pat O’Donnell (a), Happy Valley, Ore. , 85, +14; David Hronek, Port Charlotte, Fla. , 78, +7
1st Tee 12:30 p.m. — Michael Molino, Dallas, Pa. , 84, +13; Gustav Ulrich, Whispering Pines, N.C. , 82, +11; Joel B. Johnson (a), Hugo, Minn. , 84, +13 12:40 p.m. — Ned Zachar (a), Rowayton, Conn. , 77, +6; Dolph Roder, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. , 83, +12; Judd Gibb, Fort Dodge, Iowa , 80, +9 12:51 p.m. — Brian Mogg, Windermere, Fla. , 75, +4; Kelly Mitchum, Southern Pines, N.C. , 81, +10; William Mitchell (a), Atlanta, Ga. , 82, +11 01:01 p.m. — Matt Gogel, Mission Hills, Kan. , 75, +4; John Senden, Australia , 73, +2; Thomas Gillis, Jupiter, Fla. , 74, +3 1:12 p.m. — Tom Byrum, San Antonio, Texas , 75, +4; Willie Wood, Edmond, Okla. , 74, +3; Mauricio Molina, Argentina , 74, +3 1:22 p.m. — Robert Allenby, Australia , 75, +4; Doug Barron, Germantown, Tenn. , 72, +1; Bob Estes, Austin, Texas , 76, +5 1:33 p.m. — Thomas Levet, France , 79, +8; Kirk Triplett, Paradise Valley, Ariz. , 76, +5; K.J. Choi, Republic of Korea , 77, +6 1:43 p.m. — Paul Goydos, Coto de Caza, Calif. , 69, -2; Stuart Appleby, Australia , 76, +5 1:54 p.m. — David Toms, Shreveport, La. , 72, +1; Davis Love III, Sea Island, Ga. , 76, +5; Vijay Singh, Fiji , 75, +4 2:04 p.m. — Stephen Dodd, Wales , 75, +4; Gene Elliott (a), West Des Moines, Iowa , 89, +18; Jim Furyk, Jacksonville, Fla. , 71, E 2:15 p.m. — David Berganio Jr., Granada Hills, Calif. , 78, +7; Ken Duke, Stuart, Fla. , 73, +2; Gavin Coles, Australia , 74, +3 2:25 p.m. — Eddie Hargett (a), Blythewood, S.C. , 81, +10; Jim Roy, Syracuse, N.Y. , 86, +15; Kevin Kraft, New Market, Md. , 80, +9 2:36 p.m. — Kevin Baker, Canada , 80, +9; Rafael Gomez, Argentina , 84, +13; Mike Meehan, Bayville, N.Y. , 82, +11
10th Tee 12:30 p.m. — Dave McNabb, Garnet Valley, Pa. , 75, +4; Mike Karney (a), Crystal Lake, Ill. , 87, +16; Robert Niger, Sacramento, Calif. , 83, +12 12:40 p.m. — Brian Spitz, Weymouth, Mass. , 79, +8; David Noll (a), Dalton, Ga. , 79, +8; Craig Thomas, White Plains, N.Y. , 74, +3 12:51 p.m. — Tracy Phillips, Tulsa, Okla. , 72, +1; Anthony Aguilar, Arvada, Colo. , 83, +12; Tim Hogarth (a), Northridge, Calif. , 82, +11 1:01 p.m. — Naoyuki Tamura, Japan , 80, +9; Jonathan Kaye, Phoenix, Ariz. , 78, +7; Duffy Waldorf, Rensselaer, Ind. , 77, +6 1:12 p.m. — Cameron Beckman, San Antonio, Texas , 73, +2; James Kingston, South Africa , 71, E; Mark Sanchez (a), Kentfield, Calif. , 82, +11 1:22 p.m. — Darren Clarke, Northern Ireland , 74, +3; Colin Montgomerie, Scotland , 75, +4; Padraig Harrington, Republic of Ireland , 71, E 1:33 p.m. — Joe Durant, Pensacola Beach, Fla. , 78, +7; Dicky Pride, Orlando, Fla. , 79, +8; Phillip Price, Wales , 74, +3 1:43 p.m. — Gene Sauers, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. , 72, +1; Fred Funk, Ponte Vedra, Fla. , 75, +4; Roger Chapman, England , 80, +9 1:54 p.m. — Scott McCarron, Mooresville, N.C. , 75, +4; Brian Gay, Windermere, Fla. , 72, +1; Lee Janzen, Orlando, Fla. , 74, +3 2:04 p.m. — Stephen Ames, Canada , 75, +4; Jerry Kelly, Paradise Valley, Ariz. , 72, +1; Retief Goosen, South Africa , 71, E 2:15 p.m. — Jeff Brehaut, Park City, Utah , 75, +4; John Bickerton, England , 77, +6; Jerry Gunthorpe (a), Ovid, Mich. , 83, +12 2:25 p.m. — Jay Williamson, St. Louis, Mo. , 74, +3; Jack Larkin Sr. (a), Atlanta, Ga. , 77, +6; Clark Dennis, Fort Worth, Texas , 73, +2 2:36 p.m. — Tim Cantwell, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. , 76, +5; Bryan Hoops (a), Tempe, Ariz. , 78, +7; Micah Rudosky, Cortez, Colo. , 86, +15