Patrick Cantlay is the first leader on Pebble Beach

The American finished the day with 62 strokes, 10 under par, and leads by two shots over Ashkay Bhatia and Henrik Norlander and three over his compatriots Spieth and Lashley.


The American Patrick Cantlay became the leader of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am tournament after the first day, in which he scored 62 strokes, ten under par, and took two ahead of his immediate pursuers, his compatriot Akshay Bhatia and the Swede Henrik Norlander.

Bhatia and Norlander completed the course in 64 shots (-8), while locals Jordan Spieth and Nate Lashley were behind with 65 hits (-7) .

Patrick Cantlay, 28, started his round with three birdies in a row, then linked another series of four from hole five to hole eight, and finished with two more birdies.

The Spanish Rafael Cabrera finished with 73 strokes (+1) after achieving five birdies and committing double bogey on par 5 of hole 14, and four more bogeys.

The Argentine Nelson Ledesma delivered a card of 71 strokes (-1) and then the Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas was left with 72 (par) .

The Argentine Fabian Gómez finished with a record of 74 strokes (+2), the same as the Puerto Rican Rafael Campos.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, for the first time in its 75-year history, the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, held at Spyglass Hill GC, on the Monterey Peninsula (California), was not attended by fans.

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