Star Watch: Zach Johnson recovers from quadruple bogey
Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy are center stage at the Honda Classic but what did Phil Mickelson, Adam Scott, and Rickie Fowler do on Thursday?
But what about the rest of the stars playing this week's Honda Classic?
Here's how they fared on Day 1:
Zach Johnson (3 under, T11) -- Johnson opened with a quadruple bogey on No. 11 and somehow still shot a 3-under 67.
Adam Scott (2 under, T21) -- It was a "could have been better" 68 from Scott on Thursday as he bogeyed two of the last five holes on his card.
Lee Westwood (2 under, T21) -- Westwood's best finish this calendar year is T20 at the Northern Trust Open so he needs something to get him going. Maybe a 68 in Round 1 will do it.
Rickie Fowler (1 under, T30) -- Pretty in pink for Oklahoma State's finest. Fowler was solid with three birdies and two bogeys. It feels like he's playing some of the better golf of his career:
Phil Mickelson (Even, T57) -- This is the best description I can give of Phil's day:
Phil just questioned Bones after coming up short with a wedge - “Are you sure that’s only 61??”— Shane Bacon (@shanebacon) February 27, 2014
Sergio Garcia (2 over, T102) -- Garcia shot a 38 on the front nine but saved it with a 34 on the back. Otherwise he would have struggled mightily to make the cut on Friday.
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