Isenhour, Micheel, Claxton, Ogilvie and Morland fire 65s
ENDICOTT, N.Y. -- Tripp Isenhour, Shaun Micheel, Paul Claxton, Joe Ogilvie and David Morland IV, five golfers clawing to establish themselves as regulars on the PGA Tour, shot 7-under 65s Thursday and shared the first-round lead at the B.C. Open.
The five started what has become the annual ritual of the pros carving up the 6,974-yard En-Joie Golf Club course. No golfer in the 30-year history of the event has ever shot an above-par round during the tournament and won.