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Master of his role
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Matt Kuchar claimed a undisguised lead during a British Open with back-to-back birdies to go six-under standard after 4 holes during Royal Birkdale on Thursday.
The American was a usually one of a 3 corner leaders to go out early, with Jordan Spieth and Brooks Koepka, who also shot five-under standard on Thursday, due out in a afternoon.
Most of a early starters found conditions difficult, with swirling winds and cold conditions. Kuchar forsaken a shot during a second though afterwards picked adult his diversion spectacularly, with a chip in for a birdie during a third, when he seemed in risk of dropping another shot and following adult with another birdie during a par-three fourth, to squeeze a undisguised lead.
With a breeze approaching to collect adult via a day, a good start was critical and Kuchar’s early pull could infer a genuine advantage. Elsewhere, Paul Casey sported special boots to symbol his 40th birthday though had small to applaud after dropping dual shots in a initial 3 holes.
The Englishman started a day only one shot off a corner leaders after his first-round 66, though shortly found difficulty on a second hole, with a furious expostulate and bad second shot into a bunker.
After blank his par, Casey went on to dump another shot during a subsequent hole when he skirted a brief putt past a hole. It was adequate to forget any thoughts of a happy birthday, notwithstanding a attractive blue-and-white boots that had PC and 40 stitched into their back.
Masters champion Sergio Garcia had difficulty of a opposite sort, appearing to aria his wrist chipping in off a immature and seeking for a physio to accommodate him on a course.