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Tiger Woods makes solid start as Peterson leads at Quail Hollow

The big names were solid but unspectacular as John Peterson took the first-round lead at the Wells Fargo Championship.

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John Peterson followed many big names under the leadership of two shots in the Wells Fargo Championship, as Tiger Woods had a solid start.

Peterson made a six-under-65 card in the hole,

which was mainly thanks to an eagle back to back on the seventh and eighth holes.

The American mixed those two eagles with three birds and mixed only one bogie for the benefit of two shots.

In a crowded leaderboard, Peter Marlani, Tyrell Hatton,

Johnson Wagner, Keith Mitchell, and Kelly Stanley are in four ties in the second.

Rory. McAuley, who has achieved six top-10 finishes in the top eight,

started in the hollow, with the best start of the big names.

To be tied in the seventh, the Northern Irishman opened with three less than 68.

Woods made a mixed start in Charlotte, North Carolina, he also shot 71 runs.

The. 14-time main champion is playing in the tournament for the first time since 2012

and has managed to get three birdies with several bodies.

Woods said: "Smart ball, I'm fine, I'm here," said Woods.

"If I make some palettes, then I have two or three equal, which is fine."

Justin Thomas, back on the scene of his victory in 2017

PGA Championship in the United States was fighting for more than two against 73.

World No. 14 Jason Day scored two consecutive 69 in the tie on Day 17 and scored much better.

At Eagle Point Golf Club, last year's winner, Brian Herman, was able to manage only more than 72

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