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The Tour Report

July 22 2011

5:00 PM

Veterans off to strong afternoon starts

Most of the afternoon groups are now on the course at Shaughnessy and the trend of tough scoring conditions still continues for a majority of the field. The ratio of players over par to players under par is better than 2 to 1 in the afternoon wave but a couple of TOUR veterans are finding early success. Jerry Kelly and Lee Janzen are currently leading the afternoon wave. Both are at 2 under early in their rounds. Kelly, a 44-year-old three-time TOUR winner birdied his first two holes Friday to get to 1 under for the week and into a tie for seventh. Janzen, a two-time U.S. Open champion, opened with three pars before posting birdies on Nos. 4 and 5 to move to 3 under, just one shot off Chad Campbell’s lead. Among those moving in the opposite direction are Anthony Kim and Ben Crane, who each opened the day at 1 under but have surrendered three shots already this afternoon.