This is his first visit to Port Royal and he played very well in the first round despite a significant change in weather from Monday to Tuesday. He is tied for the lead after a 67 and he is trying not to think too much about that fact before and during the second and final round. He is looking forward to starting the final round tied with Rory McIlroy and knows that if he can make some birdies, he will be in good position to win.
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