We start at the Valero Texas Open where Pat Perez, Danny Lee and Andrew Loupe share the first round lead at four under par, a shot clear of a chasing pack of six players.
All eyes were on Phil Mickelson, however. Making his first appearance at the tournament for 20 years, the world number five carded an error-ridden 77. Mickelson is yet to finish higher than 16th on American soil this year.
To the EurAsia Cup now where Asia began to salvage some pride after disaster on day one.
Thongchai Jaidee’s men were five-nil down after Thursday’s Fourballs but battled back to take three points in Friday’s Foursomes with Graeme McDowell and Jamie Donaldson giving Europe their only win of the day.
Despite Asia’s heroics Europe remain overwhelming favourites to lift the coveted trophy.
Finally we head to California where the LPGA’s finest have been battling it out at the Kia Classic.
Paula Creamer is one of two leaders, this tee shot at 14 setting her up for one of six birdies to finish the day six under par.
Creamer shares that lead with Mariajo Uribe, this the last of her five birdies in a faultless round.
Shot of the day belonged to Dewi Claire Schreefel. The Dutchwoman had carded four bogeys and a double bogey before making this eagle at 17.
That’s all for this week, join us on Monday when we’ll round up all the weekend’s action. As ever find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and use the #GWTV. Bye for now.
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