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Zach Johnson fired a flawless 63 to tie Chris Kirk at the top

Zach Johnson fired a flawless 63 to tie Chris Kirk at the top

Harman, who won his second career title at the Wells Fargo Championship last season, is trying to build on a third-place finish at last week's Tournament of Champions, where he led at the halfway stage but was overtaken by world number one Dustin Johnson. Johnson began the day with three straight birdies and didn't make any bogeys on the afternoon in his first PGA Tour start of 2018.

He reached the green in two at the ninth, making a 17-footer for eagle for a flawless finish to his round.

"I'm making putts, but I'm also putting myself in position to make those putts", he said.

After hitting the bark of multiple trees and teeing-off into a ditch, Spieth was heard yelling, "You've got to be kidding me!" and "I can't believe this!" to himself.

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Zach Johnson birdied the par-5 18th hole to shoot 7-under 63 in Round 1 and grab a share of the lead alongside Chris Kirk. "I've always kind of felt like as long as there's fairways and greens and holes to putt it, then I'm going to be fine".

Defending champion Justin Thomas salvaged an otherwise pedestrian round with a birdie-birdie-eagle finish for a 67. Peterson is on a medical exemption and has eight tournaments to earn $350,000 to remain on the PGA Tour. He played the Zurich Classic, a two-man team event, with Johnson Wagner and used Wagner's Titleist golf ball during the alternate-shot portion. He doesn't sound overly anxious, which is not to suggest he's overconfident.

"If my attitude is good, I'm going to play good", he said. "I'm just out here free-wheeling".

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