Brandt Snedeker shoots 59 at Wyndham Championship

Brandt Snedeker shoots a 59 in the opening round of the Wyndham Championship

But 37-year-old Baddeley is not anxious about FedEx Cup standings as his rank of 137 has all but guaranteed a spot in the secondary Tour finals - where he can earn back US Tour privileges - as well as conditional status on the main circuit next year via the 125-150 FedEx finishers category.

The shot was fantastic, but his reaction once he realizes it went in is better still.

After the Pro-Am, Wyndham officials presented Harvick a check for $10,000 to go towards his foundation. Jolly finished tied for second in Monday qualifying and earned himself a spot in this week's tournament.

He improved on his career best of 61 - which he has shot three times on tour - and came up one shot shy of Jim Furyk's record low of 58 for a single PGA Tour round, achieved at the 2016 Travelers Championship. Here's a look at the odds to win this year's event.

"If you play well", Peter Uihlein said, "you jump up quite a bit".

Garcia's five-year exemption for his victory at Augusta National means he will at least not lose his full PGA Tour privileges if he does not reach the top 125, something which can not be said of Shane Lowry (139th) and Graeme McDowell (143rd).

Snedeker missed much of the 2017 season with injury but has been healthy so far this year, with three top-10 finishes and a T-3 at last month's Military Tribute at the Greenbrier. Garcia arrives at No. 131 on the points list and has some work to do to prolong his notable streak: He's one of 13 players who have qualified for the postseason every year since its debuted in 2007.

Then, he spent the first round showing it off. From there, Snedeker posted ten birdies and an eagle to finish 11-under. He gained over six strokes on the field on approach shots on the day.

Moore, who won here in 2009, made a move up the leaderboard in the afternoon with five birdies in a six-hole span on the front nine.

"It'll be a special end to the year and I'll have some fresh mojo for the beginning of the next wraparound season", Conners said. "You've got to keep your head on straight and make sure you're still doing the right stuff and it'll eventually turn around". "It's nice to see some of these guys from my hometown play great", Simpson said. "Like, let's try and close that gap a little bit".



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