Ailing Tway Leads by 1 at Kapalua With 66


Earning a start in the Sentry Tournament of Champions at Kapalua resort, the Australian promptly capitalised on the trip, soaring into contention in the opening US PGA Tour tournament of the year.

Tway is the son of eight time US PGA Tour victor and major champion Bob and travelled with his father to Maui for the winners-only event in 2004.

McIlroy holed five birdies and a bogey, while Day enjoyed a flawless back nine to move within three strokes of Tway.

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"His finger swelled up to like the size of a golf club grip, so he couldn't play that week (before the tournament), so he just watched me play the course". "The front nine's the tough nine on this golf course, and I had a couple opportunities, but I just thought if I could get through that first nine under par, I would have a few chances on the back nine".

The 30-year-old leads by one shot over former world No.1s Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas, as well as big-big-hitting Gary Woodland (all 67).

Ian Poulter began his week with a two-under 71 and Paul Casey sits in the group on level-par alongside Open Champion Francesco Molinari, while world No 1 Brooks Koepka started with a three-over 76. "The wind was really messing with me on the greens".

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Day is joined at four under by four-time major victor Rory McIlroy, Bryson DeChambeau and three others. He tried to whack it out and reached only the rough and wound up with a double bogey.

He took ample advantage of the new rule and birdied three of his final five holes to finish at four under and in a six-way tie for sixth. "I drove the ball well, kept it in play, hit a lot of greens and made some putts early. I could see the logo on the side, so I obviously just assumed it was mine", Johnson said.

"It's kind of blowing downwind, 5 per cent slope, straight down hill, you want that pin to help", he said.

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