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The Saudi International is hosting a handful of big-name players this week and none got off to a better start than world No. 8 Bryson DeChambeau.
DeChambeau shot 5-under 65 in the opening round at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club. He’s in a six-way tie for fourth place, four shots off the lead.
England’s David Horsey leads the way after a 9-under 61. He’s followed by Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher (62) and Austrian Bernd Wiesberger (64).
Last week’s winners, Patrick Reed and Paul Casey, both shot 1-under 69. Reed won the PGA Tour’s Farmers Insurance Open while Casey won the European Tour’s Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
Here’s a look at where some of the other notable players stand after Round 1 (click for full scores):
T-17. Dustin Johnson (67)
T-17. Lee Westwood (67)
T-17. Tyrrell Hatton (67)
T-17. Martin Kaymer (67)
T-31. Phil Mickelson (68)
T-31. Tommy Fleetwood (68)
T-31. Tony Finau (68)
T-31. Justin Rose (68)
T-31. Viktor Hovland (68)
T-49. Patrick Reed (69)
T-49. Paul Casey (69)
T-72. Sergio Garcia (70)
T-72. Shane Lowry (70)
T-72. Graeme McDowell (70)
T-72. Jason Kokrak (70)