Golf-Honda Classic first round scores

Fri Mar 2, 2012 8:10pm IST

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March 2 (Infostrada Sports) - Honda Classic first round
scores at the par-70 course in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida on
Friday. 
64 Davis Love III (U.S.)           64  
66 Kevin Stadler (U.S.)            66 
   Noh Seung-Yul (South Korea)     66 
   Harris English (U.S.)           66 
   Rory McIlroy (Britain)          66 
   Justin Rose (Britain)           66 
   Ryan Palmer (U.S.)              66 
   Dicky Pride (U.S.)              66 
   Martin Flores (U.S.)            66  
67 Erik Compton (U.S.)             67 
   Bob Estes (U.S.)                67 
   Carl Pettersson (Sweden)        67 
   Tom Pernice Jr. (U.S.)          67 
   Ken Duke (U.S.)                 67 
   Ben Crane (U.S.)                67 
   Keegan Bradley (U.S.)           67 
   Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa) 67 
   Jimmy Walker (U.S.)             67  
68 Tom Gillis (U.S.)               68 
   John Huh (U.S.)                 68 
   Vaughn Taylor (U.S.)            68 
   Greg Chalmers (Australia)       68 
   Brendon De Jonge (Zimbabwe)     68 
   Brian Davis (Britain)           68 
   Jim Furyk (U.S.)                68 
   Charles Howell III (U.S.)       68 
   Brendan Steele (U.S.)           68 
   Kim Kyung-Tae (South Korea)     68  
69 Rod Pampling (Australia)        69 
   Nick O'Hern (Australia)         69 
   William McGirt (U.S.)           69 
   Rory Sabbatini (South Africa)   69 
   Rocco Mediate (U.S.)            69 
   Matt Bettencourt (U.S.)         69 
   Stuart Appleby (Australia)      69 
   Richard Lee (U.S.)              69 
   Rickie Fowler (U.S.)            69 
   Bo Hoag (U.S.)                  69 
   Kris Blanks (U.S.)              69  
70 Troy Matteson (U.S.)            70 
   Stewart Cink (U.S.)             70 
   Padraig Harrington (Ireland)    70 
   Anthony Kim (U.S.)              70 
   Lee Westwood (Britain)          70 
   Heath Slocum (U.S.)             70 
   Chris Stroud (U.S.)             70 
   Bae Sang-Moon (South Korea)     70 
   George McNeill (U.S.)           70 
   Hank Kuehne (U.S.)              70 
   Marc Leishman (Australia)       70 
   Jason Bohn (U.S.)               70 
   Kenny Perry (U.S.)              70 
   Yang Yong-Eun (South Korea)     70 
   Henrik Stenson (Sweden)         70 
   Fredrik Jacobson (Sweden)       70 
   Mark Wilson (U.S.)              70 
   Michael Bradley (U.S.)          70 
   Ryan Moore (U.S.)               70 
   J.B. Holmes (U.S.)              70 
   Brandt Jobe (U.S.)              70 
   Chris Couch (U.S.)              70 
   Kevin Streelman (U.S.)          70 
   Scott Langley (U.S.)            70 
   Matt Every (U.S.)               70 
   Ernie Els (South Africa)        70 
   Sean O'Hair (U.S.)              70  
71 Jeff Overton (U.S.)             71 
   Chris Kirk (U.S.)               71 
   Charl Schwartzel (South Africa) 71 
   Tim Herron (U.S.)               71 
   Robert Garrigus (U.S.)          71 
   John Rollins (U.S.)             71 
   Cameron Beckman (U.S.)          71 
   D.A. Points (U.S.)              71 
   Tiger Woods (U.S.)              71 
   Bobby Gates (U.S.)              71 
   Michael Allen (U.S.)            71 
   Jeff Maggert (U.S.)             71 
   Thomas Bjorn (Denmark)          71 
   David Hearn (Canada)            71 
   Jhonattan Vegas (Venezuela)     71 
   Chad Collins (U.S.)             71 
   Jason Kokrak (U.S.)             71 
   Richard Johnson (Sweden)        71 
   Colt Knost (U.S.)               71 
   Charlie Wi (South Korea)        71 
   Greg Owen (Britain)             71  
72 Robert Allenby (Australia)      72 
   Ted Potter Jr. (U.S.)           72 
   Cameron Tringale (U.S.)         72 
   Spencer Levin (U.S.)            72 
   Alejandro Canizares (Spain)     72 
   James Driscoll (U.S.)           72 
   Hunter Haas (U.S.)              72 
   Joe Ogilvie (U.S.)              72 
   Johnson Wagner (U.S.)           72 
   Camilo Villegas (Colombia)      72 
   Brian Gay (U.S.)                72 
   Billy Mayfair (U.S.)            72 
   Ricky Barnes (U.S.)             72 
   Alan Morin (U.S.)               72 
   Jamie Lovemark (U.S.)           72 
   Robert Karlsson (Sweden)        72 
   Chris DiMarco (U.S.)            72 
   Brendon Todd (U.S.)             72 
   Scott Piercy (U.S.)             72  
73 Graeme McDowell (Britain)       73 
   Derek Lamely (U.S.)             73 
   Brian Harman (U.S.)             73 
   Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain)     73 
   Darren Clarke (Britain)         73 
   Daniel Summerhays (U.S.)        73 
   Gary Christian (Britain)        73 
   Graham DeLaet (Canada)          73 
   D.J. Trahan (U.S.)              73 
   Justin Leonard (U.S.)           73 
   Kevin Chappell (U.S.)           73 
   Jesper Parnevik (Sweden)        73 
   Kang Sung-Hoon (South Korea)    73 
   Billy Hurley III (U.S.)         73 
   Will Claxton (U.S.)             73 
   Alejandro Garmendia (Venezuela) 73 
   John Merrick (U.S.)             73 
   Mark Calcavecchia (U.S.)        73 
   Andres Romero (Argentina)       73  
74 John Mallinger (U.S.)           74 
   Michael Thompson (U.S.)         74 
   Boo Weekley (U.S.)              74 
   Chad Campbell (U.S.)            74 
   Briny Baird (U.S.)              74 
   David Duval (U.S.)              74  
75 J.J. Henry (U.S.)               75 
   Bud Cauley (U.S.)               75 
   Jerry Kelly (U.S.)              75 
   Kyle Stanley (U.S.)             75 
   Stephen Ames (Canada)           75 
   Mike Weir (Canada)              75  
76 Tommy Gainey (U.S.)             76 
   Fred Funk (U.S.)                76  
77 J.J. Killeen (U.S.)             77 
   Blake Adams (U.S.)              77  
79 David Mathis (U.S.)             79 
   Miguel Carballo (Argentina)     79  
80 Arjun Atwal (India)             80 
 
 	
	
 (Reporting by Toby Davis)
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