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March 7 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open at the par-72 course on Thursday in Rio Grande 
65  Andres Romero (Argentina)     65 
    Cameron Percy (Australia)     65 
66  Blayne Barber (U.S.)          66 
    Jon Curran (U.S.)             66 
67  Angel Cabrera (Argentina)     67 
    Bill Lunde (U.S.)             67 
    Steve LeBrun (U.S.)           67 
    Brad Fritsch (Canada)         67 
    Justin Bolli (U.S.)           67 
    Morgan Hoffmann (U.S.)        67 
    Brian Stuard (U.S.)           67 
    Peter Uihlein (U.S.)          67 
    Rafael Campos (Puerto Rico)   67 
68  Robert Karlsson (Sweden)      68 
    Colt Knost (U.S.)             68 
    Dicky Pride (U.S.)            68 
    James Driscoll (U.S.)         68 
    David Hearn (Canada)          68 
    Heath Slocum (U.S.)           68 
    Bryce Molder (U.S.)           68 
    Scott Brown (U.S.)            68 
    Luke List (U.S.)              68 
    Matt Bettencourt (U.S.)       68 
    Josh Teater (U.S.)            68 
    Henrik Stenson (Sweden)       68 
    Chris Stroud (U.S.)           68 
    Brendon Todd (U.S.)           68 
69  Nick O'Hern (Australia)       69 
    Michael Bradley (U.S.)        69 
    Roberto Castro (U.S.)         69 
    Vaughn Taylor (U.S.)          69 
    Jordan Spieth (U.S.)          69 
    Lee Williams (U.S.)           69 
    Ben Kohles (U.S.)             69 
    Jim Herman (U.S.)             69 
    Sebastian Vazquez (Mexico)    69 
    Duffy Waldorf (U.S.)          69 
    Scott Langley (U.S.)          69 
    Troy Kelly (U.S.)             69 
    Erik Compton (U.S.)           69 
    Fabian Gomez (Argentina)      69 
70  Bae Sang-Moon (South Korea)   70 
    Brian Harman (U.S.)           70 
    Troy Matteson (U.S.)          70 
    Brendon De Jonge (Zimbabwe)   70 
    Rory Sabbatini (South Africa) 70 
    Yang Yong-Eun (South Korea)   70 
    Paul Casey (Britain)          70 
    Will Claxton (U.S.)           70 
    Luke Guthrie (U.S.)           70 
    Patrick Cantlay (U.S.)        70 
    Jorge Garcia (Venezuela)      70 
    Graham DeLaet (Canada)        70 
    Joe Durant (U.S.)             70 
    Ryo Ishikawa (Japan)          70 
    John Daly (U.S.)              70 
    David Duval (U.S.)            70 
    Tag Ridings (U.S.)            70 
    Casey Wittenberg (U.S.)       70 
    Aaron Watkins (U.S.)          70 
    Eric Meierdierks (U.S.)       70 
    Stephan Jaeger (Germany)      70 
    Russell Knox (Britain)        70 
71  John Mallinger (U.S.)         71 
    Ryuji Imada (Japan)           71 
    Camilo Villegas (Colombia)    71 
    Nicholas Thompson (U.S.)      71 
    Kevin Stadler (U.S.)          71 
    Park Jin (South Korea)        71 
    Boo Weekley (U.S.)            71 
    Cameron Beckman (U.S.)        71 
    Matt Jones (Australia)        71 
    Tim Petrovic (U.S.)           71 
    George McNeill (U.S.)         71 
    John Rollins (U.S.)           71 
    Chez Reavie (U.S.)            71 
    Bobby Gates (U.S.)            71 
    Henrik Norlander (Sweden)     71 
    Robert Streb (U.S.)           71 
72  Matt Every (U.S.)             72 
    Martin Flores (U.S.)          72 
    Darron Stiles (U.S.)          72 
    D.J. Trahan (U.S.)            72 
    Scott Gardiner (Australia)    72 
    Doug LaBelle II (U.S.)        72 
    Derek Ernst (U.S.)            72 
    Kevin Streelman (U.S.)        72 
    Rod Pampling (Australia)      72 
    Michael Letzig (U.S.)         72 
    Robert Allenby (Australia)    72 
    K.J. Choi (South Korea)       72 
    Justin Leonard (U.S.)         72 
    Alistair Presnell (Australia) 72 
    Paul Haley II (U.S.)          72 
    Alexandre Rocha (Brazil)      72 
    Garrett Osborn (U.S.)         72 
73  Arjun Atwal (India)           73 
    Chad Campbell (U.S.)          73 
    D.A. Points (U.S.)            73 
    Nathan Green (Australia)      73 
    Shawn Stefani (U.S.)          73 
    Brian Davis (Britain)         73 
    Kevin Na (U.S.)               73 
    Stephen Ames (Canada)         73 
    James Hahn (U.S.)             73 
    Patrick Reed (U.S.)           73 
    Brandt Jobe (U.S.)            73 
    Jeff Gove (U.S.)              73 
    Donald Constable (U.S.)       73 
    Lee Dong-Hwan (South Korea)   73 
74  Jeff Maggert (U.S.)           74 
    Kevin Chappell (U.S.)         74 
    Lee Janzen (U.S.)             74 
    Andrew Svoboda (U.S.)         74 
    Miguel Suarez (Puerto Rico)   74 
75  Jeff Overton (U.S.)           75 
    Jeff Curl (U.S.)              75 
    Billy Mayfair (U.S.)          75 
    Gary Christian (Britain)      75 
76  David Mathis (U.S.)           76 
    Jerry Kelly (U.S.)            76 
    Andres Gonzales (U.S.)        76 
    Justin Hicks (U.S.)           76 
    Eric Axley (U.S.)             76 
    Edward Figueroa (Puerto Rico) 76 
    Max Alverio (Puerto Rico)     76 
77  Steven Bowditch (Australia)   77 
    Chad Kurmel (U.S.)            77 
    Shane Lowry (Ireland)         77 
78  Angel Cabrera Jr. (Argentina) 78 
81  John Stoltz (U.S.)            81 
WDW Kim Si-Woo (South Korea)
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