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The Tour Report

February 8 2013

8:22 AM

Celebrity update after Rd. 1

Bill Murray goes old school with the whiskers during Thursday's first round. Murray and D.A. Points shot a 5-under 65. (Photo credit: Gross/Getty Images)

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Scott Langley and his amateur partner, Doug Mackenzie, combined for an 11-under 59 at Monterey Peninsula to lead the pro-am portion after the first round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

Mackenzie, who plays to a 3 handicap, is a business executive who sits on the Monterey Peninsula Foundation board of directors.

One shot behind is the team of Brandt Snedeker and amateur Toby Wilt, who plays to a 7 handicap. That duo shot 60, also at Monterey Peninsula.

The Langley and Snedeker teams will each play Spyglass Hill in Friday's second round.

Among the large group tied for third: Jason Day and his partner, San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh; Dustin Johnson and his partner, hockey legend Wayne Gretzky; Patrick Cantley and his partner, surfer Kelly Slater; and Jeff Maggert and his partner, country singer Clay Walker.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Harbaugh had a relaxing day on the course.

Asked if he was competitive on the course, Harbaugh told the newspaper: "No, I'm not good enough to get upset about it."

CONDOLEEZZA'S ROUND: Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, among the newest members at Augusta National, beaned a spectator on the sixth hole.

Rice started strong but was clearly rattled after she hit a woman in the head on an errant approach shot on the sixth hole. She faded before the turn and combined with pro Jason Bohn for a 2-under 70.

"Somebody asked me, 'How did it compare to diplomacy?'" Rice said while walking off the 18th green. "And I said, 'Well, I know how to do diplomacy, I'm not so sure about the golf course.'"