Fleetwood and Bradley lead The Players; Rahm and Garcia resist

The English and American finished the first day with 65 hits, seven under par, while Rahm, Garcia and Dustin Johnson are 4 strokes behind the leaders.

The Englishman Tommy Fleetwood and the American Keegan Bradley lead The Players Championship of golf, included in the circuit of the PGA and considered as the fifth "big" of the season.

The two players completed their first trip to TPC Sawgrass in 65 strokes, seven under par, the first of them after achieving seven birdies without failures, while in the case of the American after signing a bogey, six birdies and an eagle on the 15th hole of par 5.

A a blow of the two leaders were South Korean Byeong Hun An and the American Brian Harman.

The Spaniards Sergio García and Jon Rahm, who play alongside the American Dustin Johnson, current world number one, finished, in all three cases, in thirteenth place with 69 hits to his credit, three under par.

García signed five birdies and two bogeys on his card, the same numbers as Ra hm, while Johnson scored four birdies and a single bogey.

Empatado in the thirteenth position completed his first outing the Mexican Abraham Ancer, while the other Spaniard Rafa Cabrera Bello lived a black day with 77 strokes, five above of the pair.

The blow of the day was given by the American Ryan Moore, who achieved a hole in one on the 17th to complete 67 hits and stay in fifth position.

The former world number one, the American Tiger Woods completed his first round in 70 hits, which leave the post 35,

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