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CareerBuilder Challenge

Thursday

t-TPC Stadium Course at PGA West: 7,113 yards; Par: 72

j-Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA West: 7,159 yards; Par: 72

q-La Quinta CC: 7,060 yards; Par: 72

La Quinta, Calif.

Purse: $5.8 million

First Round

Dominic Bozzelli 32-32-64t

Patton Kizzire 32-33-65j

Hudson Swafford 31-34-65q

Jhonattan Vegas 33-32-65j

Harold Varner III 31-34-65q

Chad Campbell 35-31-66j

Michael Kim 33-33-66q

Boo Weekley 34-32-66t

Ryan Blaum 32-34-66q

J.J. Spaun 33-33-66t

Greg Owen 33-34-67q

Paul Casey 34-33-67q

Scott Stallings 33-34-67t

Luke List 33-34-67j

Scott Brown 32-35-67q

Zac Blair 33-34-67t

Geoff Ogilvy 35-32-67j

Charles Howell III 34-33-67t

Brian Harman 32-35-67j

Nick Watney 32-35-67j

Danny Lee 34-33-67t

Sean O'Hair 33-34-67t

Seamus Power 32-35-67j

Miguel Angel Carballo 34-33-67j

Vaughn Taylor 34-34-68j

Aaron Wise 34-34-68q

Brendan Steele 35-33-68q

Grayson Murray 33-35-68j

Robert Garrigus 34-34-68j

Martin Laird 36-32-68j

Chez Reavie 34-34-68j

Phil Mickelson 32-36-68q

Bill Haas 34-34-68q

Ryo Ishikawa 35-34-69q

William McGirt 35-34-69j

Scott Piercy 32-37-69t

Chris Kirk 33-36-69t

Steven Alker 35-34-69j

Brandon Hagy 36-33-69j

J.T. Poston 36-33-69t

Anirban Lahiri 34-35-69j

Michael Thompson 32-37-69q

Aaron Baddeley 34-35-69t

Sung Kang 33-36-69q

Bud Cauley 35-34-69j

Bryce Molder 33-36-69q

David Lingmerth 38-31-69j

Patrick Reed 36-33-69q

Francesco Molinari 34-35-69j

Bob Estes 32-37-69t

Richy Werenski 34-35-69t

Ken Duke 32-37-69q

Keegan Bradley 34-35-69j

Hunter Mahan 35-34-69q

Andres Gonzales 35-34-69j

Cheng Tsung Pan 34-35-69q

Mark Hubbard 34-36-70t

Kevin Kisner 34-36-70j

Troy Merritt 36-34-70q

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