Sport Tringale in three-way tie for lead

05:25  21 july  2017
05:25  21 july  2017 Source:   Omnisport

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The American shot the lowest round of the day at a windy Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast to join the South African pair of Dylan Frittelli and Zander Lombard in a three - way tie for the lead at three-under par.

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CameronTringale - Cropped: American Cameron Tringale © Provided by Omnisport American Cameron Tringale

Cameron Tringale, Martin Flores and Zac Blair are tied for the lead after the opening round of the Barbasol Championship was suspended due to darkness.

The American trio all managed to finish their first rounds, shooting six-under 65s in Opelika, Alabama on Thursday.

Flores and Blair went through bogey-free at the PGA Tour event, the latter also producing an eagle at the par-five fifth hole, while Tringale made four birdies on his final six holes.

Severe weather led to a two-hour delay during the afternoon, with 27 players yet to complete their first rounds.

The best-placed of those yet to finish is Richy Werenski, the American sitting five under through 16 holes.

Also tied for fourth with Werenski are Chad Campbell, Rory Sabbatini, Robert Allenby and Tag Ridings.

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