Found February 28, 2013 on Fox Sports:
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Camilo Villegas does not have full status on the PGA Tour, but he does hold the first-round lead at the Honda Classic. Villegas shot 64 Thursday at PGA National's Champion Course to take a one-shot lead. Here are Five Things of note from the day: 1. More success Villegas finished 150th on last year's money list but is in the Honda Classic field because of his 2010 victory at this event. That was his last PGA Tour victory. Villegas took advantage of soft conditions at PGA National to make four birdies and an eagle at the par-5 18th, his final hole of the year. He closed his round by hitting his 268-yard second shot to 9 feet and making the putt. "The game was kicking my butt a little bit," Villegas said. "I know I belong out here. I know I belong out here." Villegas not only won here in 2010 but was runner-up in 2007. He has made three PGA Tour starts this year, missing two cuts and finishing 47th at the Humana Challenge. 2. Top two struggle Rory ...
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