Brandon Hagy did not discover out he was within the discipline at The American Express till three days earlier than it began. The Californian then left little doubt he belonged.
Hagy took the first-round lead Thursday with an 8-under 64 on the Nicklaus course, staying one shot forward of South Korea’s Byeong Hun An within the opening event of the PGA TOUR’s West Coast Swing.
Hagy racked up 10 birdies, together with three streaks of three in a row. He capped the spherical with a peaceful birdie putt on the 18th.
Hagy grew up in Westlake Village earlier than his All-America collegiate profession in Berkeley.
He was added to The American Express discipline Monday when Jon Rahm withdrew. Rahm later stated he incurred a minor damage within the fitness center.
An made seven birdies with no bogey in his 65. Max Homa, Martin Laird and Si Woo Kim shot 66.
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