Mark Hubbard shoots 3-under 68 in round one of the 3M Open
July 22, 2021
- July 22, 2021
In his first round at the 3M Open, Mark Hubbard hit 11 of 14 fairways and 11 of 18 greens in regulation, finishing at 3 under for the tournament. Hubbard finished his day tied for 27th at 3 under; Roger Sloan, Chez Reavie, Jhonattan Vegas, Rickie Fowler, and Troy Merritt are tied for 1st at 7 under; Bo Hoag, Adam Schenk, and Scott Stallings are tied for 6th at 6 under; and Chris Baker and Brian Stuard are tied for 9th at 5 under.
On the par-4 second, Hubbard's 77 yard approach to 12 feet set himself up for the bogey on the hole. This moved Hubbard to 1 over for the round.
On the 177-yard par-3 fourth, Hubbard hit the green off the tee but missed a birdie attempt from 7-feet taking a par. This left Hubbard to 1 over for the round.
After a drive to the left side of the fairway on the 424-yard par-4 fifth hole, Hubbard had a 147 yard approach shot, setting himself up for the birdie. This moved Hubbard to even-par for the round.
After a drive to right side of the fairway on the par-5 sixth, Hubbard hit his 269 yard approach to 0 feet, setting himself up for a eagle. This moved Hubbard to 2 under for the round.
On the par-4 seventh, Hubbard's 100 yard approach to 6 feet set himself up for the birdie on the hole. This was his 3rd under-par hole in a row and moved Hubbard to 3 under for the round.
Hubbard got a bogey on the 467-yard par-4 11th, getting on the green in 4 and one putting, moving Hubbard to 2 under for the round.
On the 593-yard par-5 12th, Hubbard had a birdie after hitting the green in 2 and two putting. This moved Hubbard to 3 under for the round.
On the 202-yard par-3 17th, Hubbard's tee shot went 183 yards to the right rough, tee shot was a drop, and his chip went 28 yards to the green where he rolled a two-putt for bogey. This moved him to 2 under for the round.
At the par-5 18th, Hubbard chipped in his fourth shot from 5 yards off the green, scoring a birdie for the hole. This moved Hubbard to 3 under for the round.