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The Tour Report

April 15 2011

4:42 PM

Henry still holding on, for now

How tough are conditions at TPC San Antonio right now? Well, J.J. Henry is 1 over through his first 10 holes and he’s still in the lead.

Of the four guys on the leaderboard right behind Henry, none of them broke70. The lowest round going on the course right now? Two under.

And how about this: The distance between the leader and the cut line could by just five strokes by the end of the day (Henry is currently 3 under and the cut is 2 over). That would be the smallest gap on the PGA TOUR since 2007.

The next closest distance between the leader and the cut line since then was six shots at the 2009 RBC Canadian Open, where the lead was 9 under and the cut 3 under.