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The Tour Report

May 20 2010

8:14 PM

Williamson making a late move

The first round – well, the first day – is winding down at TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas, but not before Jay Williamson was able to make a late push up the leaderboard. Williamson has birdied four of his last seven holes and he is now tied for the lead. Williamson has made just four of 11 cuts this season, but he’s rolling the ball really well today with just 18 putts through 13 holes.

There isn’t enough daylight left for Williamson to finish his round, though as well as he’s hitting it right now he probably wishes they were playing 36 like they did Sunday in San Antonio. So far, Williamson hasn’t missed a putt from inside 15 feet (13-for-13).

Williamson’s best result this year is a tie for 40th in Cancun. -- Brian Wacker