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The Tour Report
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March 27 2011

7:14 PM

Levin going the wrong direction

ORLANDO, Fla. -- It looks like Spencer Levin’s going to have to wait for his first win. After starting the day just two shots off the lead Levin is now five back after bogeys on four of his first six holes.

It’s been pretty much a disaster since the start for Levin, who three-putted his opening hole and the made three consecutive bogeys on Nos. 3-5.

The biggest difference for Levin today compared to the rest of the week? For starters, he’s only hit one green in regulation. For another, he hasn’t scrambled very well.

Meanwhile, David Toms has now moved into second thanks to birdies on Nos. 4 and 5. He didn’t hit the green in regulation on either hole, but still managed to get up-and-down for birdie. -- Brian Wacker

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