Hero World Challenge

  • November 30 - December 3, 2017
  • Albany - New Providence
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,302
  • Purse $3,500,000
    Defending Champion Hideki Matsuyama

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Alex Malcolm ESPN 

Jordan Spieth walks in a 20-foot birdie putt on the last to shoot a one under par 70. That was a good score considering the tough afternoon conditions. But he's seven shots off the lead still held by Cameron Davis.

Alex Malcolm ESPN 

Jordan Spieth zipped his wedge to four feet on No.9 and converted the birdie putt to go out in even par 35. Three birdies cancelled out three bogeys. His ball striking was indifferent in strengthening north-easterly winds that have made scoring more difficult for the afternoon field.

Alex Malcolm ESPN 

Cameron Davis, a 22-year-old Australian who only turned pro 12 months ago, leads the Australian Open with an 8-under 63. He made 9 birdies. Taylor McDonald sits 2nd after carding a 6-under 65. Jason Day is one of three tied third at -5 as the afternoon field begins.

Alex Malcolm ESPN 

Big crowds around the 9th green to watch Jason Day finish his opening round with a birdie. His five under 66 could've been so much better. He made a double bogey on 8, his 17th. But he made 8 birdies to be tied 2nd three back of the leader Cam Davis who fired a stunning 63.

Alex Malcolm ESPN 

Jason Day is 3 under thru 9 holes after opening his Australian Open campaign on the 10th this morning. He roasted a drive 315m on the 450m 1st hole, nearly 50m past his playing partners Geoff Ogilvy and Rod Pampling.