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Woods said. He faced a daunting nine-shot deficit heading to the second round. Lee Westwood, Ryan Palmer and Kevin Chappell all shot 65 on a day when plenty of players went low, taking advantage of a course that was soft and gentle. Coming
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made nine birdies at Valhalla for a 6-under 65, giving him a share of the first-round lead with Ryan Palmer and Kevin Chappell . One shot behind was McIlroy, the No. 1 player and favorite in the final major of the year. McIlroy, coming off
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minutes before Rory McIlroy was to tee off, and as Ryan Palmer was playing the first hole. Palmer, Lee Westwood and Kevin Chappell shared the first-round lead at 6-under 65. Palmer was the only one from that group who played in the morning
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the hole," he said. Hurley was at 9-under 131 at Old White TPC. Eleven players were within four shots of him. Kevin Chappell (65) and Chris Stroud (66) were a stroke back. Troy Matteson Troy Matteson had a 61 to vault into fourth place
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have decided the tournament twice. Cabrera shot 64. He's looking for his first non-major win on the PGA Tour. Kevin Chappell was third at 9 under after a 69. Steve Stricker had a 68 to top the group at 8 under.
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the most difficult to predict. ''There's no favorite. There's no style of golf here that has to win,'' Kevin Chappell said. ''It's the ultimate test of making it yours. You create your game plan, and whoever establishes that
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Steele 30/1 Jason Kokrak 30/1 Kevin Na 40/1 Billy Horschel 30/1 Chesson Hadley 40/1 Will MacKenzie 40/1 Kevin Chappell 40/1 Martin Laird 40/1 K.J. Choi 50/1 John Senden 50/1 Pat Perez 50/1 Cameron Tringale 50/1 Aaron Baddeley
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total of 76 players made the cut of even-par 144. Among those missing the cut were last year's runner-up, Kevin Chappell , Rickie Fowler and past champions Justin Rose and Vijay Singh. --- Follow Rusty Miller on Twitter: http