Hole in one for Ryan Brehm to become co-leader at the Valspar Championship

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Hole in one for Ryan Brehm to become co-leader at the Valspar Championship

ryan brehm made a hole in one on the par three of the 17th hole to score a 5-under 66 and join adam schenck and in german Stephan Jaeger in the co-leadership of the Valspar Championship, after the first round held this Thursday in Palm Harbor, Florida. All three have a stroke advantage Jordan Spieth, Lucas Glover and Maverick McNealywho tied for 67, four under par.

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Brehm, world number 385, started at three under par after making four birdies and a bogey. His masterpiece came on the 17th hole, a par three. At 196 yards from tee to pin, Brehm hit a 7-iron and his ball bounced off the green, took a second hop and rolled straight into the hole for eagle and a -5 total. This is the first ‘ace’ of his career on the PGA Tour, where he has only made three of seventeen cuts this season, but where he won the Puerto Rico Open in 2022.

JaegerRanked 135th in the world, he has six victories on the Korn Ferry Tour, but none on the PGA Tour. He started the tournament with one birdie and two bogeys in seven holes before finding a way to get six more birdies since then for another -5.

Schenk, ranked 143rd in the world, is also looking for his first PGA Tour victory. He carded six birdies and just one bogey on Thursday and closed out the list of co-leaders.

For his part, Jordan Spieth He started the match, as he was fourth in the first round with -4. He did it with four birdies without failure and shares a position luke glover (seven birdies and four bogeys) and has maverick mcnealy (five birdies and one bogey).

Classification after the first round (par 71)

1. Ryan Brehm (United States) 66
1. Stephan Jaeger (Germany) 66
1. Adam Schenk (United States) 66
4. Jordan Spieth (United States) 67
4. Lucas Glover (United States) 67
4. Maverick McNealy (United States) 67
7. Alex Smalley (United States) 68
7. Patton Kizzire (United States) 68
7. Byeong Hun An (South Korea) 68
7. Kramer Hickok (United States) 68
7. Tommy Fleetwood (England) 68

Source: La Verdad

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