Round one at the Deutsche Bank
A collection of the best images from Friday's action of the TPC Boston.
Mike Weir started his day by making four consecutive birdies and shooting a front-nine 30.
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Adam Scott had an up-and-down day, making five birdies and four bogeys en route to a one under par 70.
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The only blemish on Eric Axley's card was a bogey on the third hole. His seven birdies gave him a score of 65.
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England's Paul Casey, who was also hoping to earn a captain's pick, continued his solid play by shooting 68.
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Ian Poulter surprised some people by deciding to play this week in Boston, rather than playing in the European tour event at Gleneagles. Needing to play well and to impress Nick Faldo to potentially earn a captain's pick for the Ryder Cup team, he shot 70.
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At times on Friday Sergio Garcia was not happy with his driving, but the Spaniard still managed to shoot 67.
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Jim Furyk made a shot from 56 feet away from the hole for eagle on the par-5 18th hole for 66.
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Anthony Kim made a birdie on the par-5 18th hole to shoot 66.
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Ernie Els, who has an amazing putting touch, shot 66 on Friday.
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Phil Mickelson, the defending champion at Deutsche Bank, had an up-and-down day. After missing some short putts, he finished with a 69.
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Ben Curtis really got his first round jumpstarted when he made an eagle on the 18th hole (his ninth of the day). Curtis finished with an impressive 65.
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Vijay Singh found 85% of the fairways and 89% of the greens in regulation. He shot 64 and trails Weir by three.
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After making the turn, Weir stayed hot. He made four more birdies on the back side and watched his eagle putt on the 18th hole burn the lip on the left side of the cup. He finished the day at 10 under par, having tied the course record with a 61.
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Missing the fairway can put you in trouble at the TPC Boston, as Aaron Baddeley learned. The young Australian shot 72.
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