Sean O'Hair made seven birdies and two bogeys to grab the first round lead with a five-under 65.
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Robert Allenby made all of his birdies on the front nine and finished with a two-under 68. Allenby has no wins this year, but he has six top-10 finishes in nine events.
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Jesper Parnevik birdied 17 and 18 for a two-under 68.
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Rory Sabbatini bogeyed his last two holes and settled for an even-par 70.
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"I went over the green with three iron shots, and you know, I don't know what to say," Mickelson said of his rough finish. "I just over-clubbed a little bit."
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O'Hair struggled at the beginning of the year, missing five of his first six cuts. But he has played well lately, finishing in the top 15 in his last four events. "I think I've learned to fight through those times," O'Hair said. "I mean, I've played on the mini-Tours, I went through all three stages of Q-school and went to Q-school six times, so I know how to deal with stuff like that."
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Luke Donald escaped from a bunker on the par-5 16th and made birdie. Donald had a bogey-free round of three-under 67.
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Phil Mickelson was only one shot off the lead until he bogeyed three of his last four holes. Mickelson finished with a one-under 69.
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Defending champion Brett Wetterich eagled No. 16 and trails O'Hair by one stroke. "I'm hitting the ball well and I made some putts out there today, and I guess if you can do those two things it's going to add to a good score," Wetterich said.
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Vijay Singh birdied Nos. 14 and 16 to salvage a round of one-under 69.
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