In the Chitimacha Louisiana Open, Will MacKenzie and Brenden Pappas fired 8-under 63s to share the first-round lead. MacKenzie gets the good result with a great putt. Two-time and defending champion Brett Wetterich birdied three of his final four holes for a 7-under 64 and solo third. The bad weather is a big problem for the event.Ping G20 Irons Because of heavy rains on Wednesday, 112 players in the field of 144 shot par-or-better scores. There is money to be made on the greens where Pappas and Wetterich needed only 24 putts to complete their day while MacKenzie had just 25. No matter, it's a good result.
For other players in this tournament, Rob Oppenheim, Stephen Gangluff, Chris Riley, Gene Sauersshare and Brad Adamonis fourth place at 6-under 65 while six others are jammed together with 66's.Ping G20 Driver The 41-year-old South African, normally a good putter, turned into a great putter, holing five putts in the 35-45 foot range and adding a pair from 18-20 feet. Pappas rolled in short birdies, long birdies and some sizeable pars to gain a share of the lead. All the players in the event can do a better work.
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