First round of the 2008 FBR Open: Phil Mickelson, Charles Warren and Kevin Sutherland
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First round of the 2008 FBR Open
Charles Warren, left, and Kevin Sutherland shot six-under 65s on Thursday to share the first-round lead. They are a shot ahead of Brian Gay, Camilo Villegas and Rich Beem. Nick O'Hern, who had finished 14 holes when play was suspended because of darkness, was also five under.
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Phil Mickelson, who lived in Scottsdale for 12 years and went to Arizona State, is a fan favorite at the FBR. He is three shots off the lead.
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With two bogeys and an eagle, Mickelson was even par on the three par 5s at TPC Scottsdale in the first round.
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The par-3 16th at TPC Scottsdale is known as the rowdiest scene on the PGA Tour. This year tournament officials are attempting to calm things down a bit, limiting fans to two beers per trip to the concession stand.
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Mickelson beat Justin Leonard in a playoff to win the 1996 FBR. He also won in 2005, but he missed the cut last year.
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Camilo Villegas shot a bogey-free 66.
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Brandt Snedeker made three bogeys but still shot four-under 67.
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Woody Austin was one of many tied at three under.
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K.J. Choi was three under.
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