Saturday, November 5, 2011

Keegan Bradley leads the Shanghai Masters

The young American Keegan Bradley, one of the new in the golf of his country and winning this year's U.S. PGA, is the first leader of the HSBC Championship in Shanghai, the last of the World Series, played in the International Shenshan GC of Shanghai.

Bradley signed a great card with 65 strokes, seven under par for the course to overtake the Swedes in two Fredrik Jacobson and Alexander Noren and fellow Bo van Pelt, who won this in Malaysia on Sunday.

In the fifth, leading to three impacts are Thai Thongchai Jaidee, South Korea's KJ Choi, American David Toms and Justin Rose English, while there are four beats to a large group which include the Englishman Lee Westwood, World number two.

Bradley, who played alongside Westwood and Australian Adam Scott, began with a birdie and then shot with four and 'eagle'.
The American party said he shared with his rivals as he always does play well, and he was proud of how he had completed the first day.

Another young as Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland, trying to reach the world number one, settled the day with 70 hits, as well as the best Spanish, Pablo Larrazabal, who spoiled his card with three "boggeys' on holes 5, 6 and 9.

Alvaro Quiros and Miguel Angel Jimenez, second Sunday after Sergio Garcia Valderrama, signed the pair (72), and Paul Martin 76.

Italian Francesco Molinari, the defending champion, was five under par with just two holes, but left the water on both and finished with -2 (70) and disappointed.


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