Reavie-Glover & Zhang-Dou share Zurich Classic lead

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They topped a crowded leaderboard that featured 13 teams within four shots of the lead.

The American pair moved into 20 under overall after a fine day in the four-ball format at TPC Louisiana, where teams were greeted with walk-up music for the first time on the PGA Tour.

European - Matt Wallace shot a 2-under 70 to take a one-stroke lead into the third round of the China Open. Zhang and Dou birdied four of their final five holes. "So hopefully, I can iron a few things out here on the range and give him some more help (Sunday)". "It was the flawless round today".

Thursday at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, the lone team event on the PGA Tour schedule, was a certified birdie-fest as teams played best-ball in ideal conditions at TPC Louisiana.

Dou, 21, is ranked 476th in the world.

Reigning U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka is making his first start since a 15-week absence due to a wrist injury this week, and he's teaming up Marc Turnesa, who has played in just one PGA Tour event this year and is now ranked 1929th in the world.

"But to have Cantlay there when you make the putts, is there to pick you up and keep you going. nothing seems to phase this guy". Remember Doral? He's not scared of taking his trousers off, so he said "get in there". "Kept me in it for a couple of holes that I didn't have my best stuff", said Finau.

Zhang, 30, is a two-times PGA Tour China victor, and is that tour's all-time leading money-winner. But he is 128th in the FedExCup standings.

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"We held it together for a while and then it finally just came out", said Spieth.

"You had to put it up today, because tomorrow it's hard to shoot a low one going alternate shot", Piercy said.

Here we see Tony Finau, recovered from his horrendous Masters ankle sprain, walking down the ninth fairway at the suburban New Orleans course this week.

At the par-three third hole, Rose looked like he could have done with a pair of pants after his tee shot finished partly submerged at TPC Louisiana.

With partner Henrik Stenson jokingly sticking a hand towards the lens of the nearby TV camera to block the view, the Englishman shed his pants, shoes and socks before taking his stance with his right foot in the water, and his left on dry land.

Finau fared better than Talor Gooch, whose Thursday round was interrupted by a group of alligators congregated around one of his shots Thursday. "Wasn't our prettiest golf, but that's what we did". Unlike Rose, Stenson even removed his shirt, leaving himself in just his white underpants before taking his shot. "When I got exhausted, he kicked the whip on himself". Tripod was spotted between the 18th and 9th hole. According to the tour's website, Gooch used "free relief for a risky situation" to take a drop, after Chesson Hadley scared off two alligators with a bunker rake but couldn't frighten off the third.

A rules official granted Gooch free relief, away from the gator, but he still had to drop in the bunker. He considered that a reasonable outcome under the circumstances.

"It's the underlying trust, right?"