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Oosthuizen grabs first-round lead at WGC Mexico Championship

Oosthuizen grabs first-round lead at WGC Mexico Championship

He has a chance of adding to his trophy case after shooting a bogey free round on Thursday.

"I was struggling with it on Monday and put in some work the last two days".

Those results came off a superb end to the year, where he won the silverware in three out of his last six stars.

Jon Rahm birdied the last to complete a four-under 67, while one-time leader Bubba Watson slipped in to the group on two under after three bogeys and a double-bogey over his final seven holes. "The first 15 holes tee to green, I was really solid, hit a lot of fairways, a lot of greens. And I proved to myself that I can roll it, so I'll just do the same things that I've been doing", he said. As soon as I hit it I knew I hit a good shot.

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Chris Paisley of England, who followed up his first European Tour victory with top 5s in the tour's strongest events in the Middle East, was atop the leaderboard for much of a warm Thursday afternoon at Chapultepec Golf Club until a late bogey.

"I want to stay number one but I want to win every golf tournament I play in also so if someone plays well and beats me and gets to number one, they deserve it", the 33-year-old American said. "So I was very happy with the way I drove the ball", he said.

In just his second PGA Tour start of the year, Oosthuizen ran off five birdies before landing a four-foot eagle at the par-five 15th, which plays more as a long par-four in the rarefied air more than 7,300 feet (2,225m) above sea level. "Even after the rain (lightning) delay that we had, just to make birdie on the last hole (on nine), absolutely fantastic", said Sharma as per PTI sources. "I like the course, it kind of suits my strengths".

Already twice a victor this season on the European Tour, the 21-year-old proved himself equally at home among the most elite of company, ending the day one stroke behind South African leader Louis Oosthuizen.