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Topic - James Driscoll
The new Doral in raging wind looked a lot like an old U.S. Open on Friday.
James Driscoll matched the Puerto Rico Open record with a 9-under 63 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead after the second round.
Inbee Park is one round from making history by winning the first three majors of the year.
A triple bogey for Bill Haas. Double bogeys for Andres Romero and Roberto Castro. They still wound up in a four-way tie for the lead Saturday in the AT&T National with James Driscoll, whose third round was pleasantly dull.
Spieth played bogey-free in tame conditions Friday at Congressional for a 5-under 66 that gave him a share of the lead with Roberto Castro among the early starters in the second round of the AT&T National. Castro had a 69.
James Driscoll hopes he makes lots of birdies the next two weeks, enough for him to help those hurting from the Boston Marathon bombings.
At Royal Lytham & St. Annes
River Highlands has been the sight of the first PGA Tour win for four of its last six tournament champions.
Kevin Chappell was on the Magnolia Course practice range at Disney, his only concern getting in nine holes of practice under gathering clouds and trying to remember which golf cart was his.
Hideki Matsuyama hoped his play at the Masters would bring some joy to earthquake victims in Japan.
Hideki Matsuyama is focused on Augusta National. His heart is half a world away in Sendai, Japan.
"I had the putter going pretty hot today," Driscoll said. "I was fortunate. I hit a bunch of shots pretty close, too. I judged the wind. Luckily, I read the wind right a couple of times. The wind was pumping pretty good. It was blowing about 20 miles an hour, but there were a few times I had some crosswinds and just judged it perfectly and hit it in there to about a foot or so."
"The first 63, I think I was 11 under with like three or four holes to go and made two bogeys coming in, and this one was just kind of, I just kept chipping away at it and birdied the last to get to 63," Driscoll said. "So they were a little bit different, but both pretty special. Both holed a bunch of putts and just one of those days where you hit some iron shots close and make a mile of putts."