Gay, Langley take early lead at Pebble Beach Pro

The seventh hole at Pebble Beach Golf Links

The seventh hole at Pebble Beach Golf Links

The Pebble Beach Pro-Am is one of the highest-profile tournaments on the PGA Tour due to its strong field and number of high-profile actors, sports stars and musicians playing on the amateur side of the draw. Lefty went more than two decades between rounds without a missed fairway, and now he's suddenly got me wondering if he can contend at Augusta in a few months.

Aussie Scott has three top-20 finishes in his past four starts, including a second-place showing at the Farmers Insurance Open.

Five-time major champion Phil Mickelson sits one shot off the lead after making five birdies on the back nine for a 65 as he hit every fairway in a PGA Tour round for the first time since 1998.

"I have the honour to play all three courses here and, just because of such lovely scenery, I couldn't even focus on where my ball was going", Choi said of Pebble Beach Golf Links, which is set on the famed Monterey Peninsula.

Countryman Scott Langley, starting on the back nine, birdied half his holes on the same course, including one on the par-three ninth, to join Gay at the top of the leaderboard.

He initially believed it was his first time accomplishing this mark before Golf Channel's Justin Ray corrected the stat on social media.

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"I didn't start golf until I was in my late 20s, so I didn't take any lessons growing up".

"I feel like my game's trending the right direction and sometimes that means results are coming soon", Spieth told reporters Wednesday.

"I think it's a big factor-you don't know how it's all going to play out, but I think that it's important to get off to a good start", he said.

"It was a really good solid round, good solid start, and we had handsome weather and the golf course here is in spectacular shape".

It was not just Mickelson's driver that was working. "It's just that I always enjoy coming here". This week at Pebble Beach, a closer look inside his bag by Golf.com's Jonathan Wall revealed some second-hand sticks passed on from a few very notable players.

Nine players were a single shot back on five under, including South Africa's Branden Grace, who played the Pebble Beach course.

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