Published: Sat, October 21, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Justin Thomas forced to chip on the green, makes par anyway

Justin Thomas forced to chip on the green, makes par anyway

American Thomas, the 2017 FedEx Cup and US PGA Championship victor, was in sublime form in Thursday's opening road in Jeju, carding a nine-under-par 63.

After making par at 11, the 2016-17 PGA Tour Player of the Year turned lava-hot with two eagles and four birdies during a seven-hole stretch.

Starting on the 10 his run from the 12 through to the 18 was an incredible 3,3,3,3,3,2,3.

"It was kind of a weird day", Thomas said.

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Thomas holed a bunker shot at 15 for the second of four birdies in a row and chipped in from off the fringe at 16 for another.

Three-time tour victor Lucas Glover compensated for a pair of bogeys with seven birdies in a 67 and was tied for second with Scott Brown, who had a 70.

Reavie had a bogey-free day with a balanced card of three birdies on each nine to get into the five-way tie for second. "My routes are going to be different to these long bombers but the greens were great".

The 72-hole stroke play inaugural event continues tomorrow where golfers will not only vie for the US$9.25million (RM39.1million) prize purse but also the 500 FedExCup points, two-year Tour exemption and an invitation to the 2018 Sentry Tournament of Champions.

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"If I would have parred the my last hole, I would have had a pretty sour taste to my mouth walking off the golf course".

Jason Day and fellow Australian Rod Pampling were at 4 under, one stroke ahead of Pat Perez, who was coming off a victory last week at the CIMB Classic.

"It was awesome out there", said Thomas. "I'm very happy with my round", he said.

But it was a trickier task for Thomas amid windier conditions during Friday's second round, and the world number four was three over par by the turn - although a classy putt with a wedge at the fifth displayed his qualities.

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"I felt more nervous than when I played in the Masters", said the 22-year-old.

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