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New York Times Sports:
Defending champion Jonathan Byrd ran off six straight birdies early in his round, then stalled on the back nine and settled for a 6-under 67 in the Tournament of Champions.
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THE 2012 HYUNDAI TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS is underway at the Plantation Course at Kapalua in Maui, Hawaii. Jonathan Byrd is the defending champion in the 28-player field.The 11th hole at the Plantation Course.Purse: $5.6 millionWinner’s share: $1.12 millionDefending champion: Jonathan ByrdFieldTee timesCourseTournament overviewTournament news2012 Hyundai Tournament of Champions...
Jonathan Byrd had the last tee time of the first tournament of the new PGA Tour season, leaving him all morning to sit down with his wife and try to temper expectations with a little perspective.
A new PGA Tour season began with a familiar name atop the leaderboard at Kapalua. Defending champion Jonathan Byrd ran off six straight birdies early in his round Friday and opened with a 6-under 67.
Bryce Molder kicked off the 2012 season with his first tee shot at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, and Jonathan Byrd has the distinction of owning the year's first overnight lead. Take two minutes to catch up with what was happening in Hawaii while you were out having fun on Friday night, including lovely shots by Steve Stricker, Webb Simpson and Keegan Bradley. Play continues...
Below is the leader board following round one of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Keep in mind that Kapalua is a par 73. 1 Jonathan Byrd -6 67 T2 Michael...