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Argentino’s Angel Cabrera leads the 2014 Wells Fargo Championship

Argentino's Angel Cabrera leads the 2014 Wells Fargo Championship
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Putting down his best scorecard for the season so far, Argentino’s Angel Cabrera leads the 2014 Wells Fargo Championship with a 6 under par. Also known as “The Duck”,  Cabrera is a double major winner for a 2007 US Open and the 2009 Masters Tournament. He ended the day with 7 birdies and one bogey to tally a 66 on the scorecard.

Argentino's Angel Cabrera leads the 2014 Wells Fargo Championship

“I had a really good round and I played very well on the greens,” he said. “The change they have made to Bermuda grass on the greens is very good, while the changes to the 16th hole is a really good change.”(read more here)

Phil Mickelson and Martin Flores are playing well today as well. They are right on the heels of Cabrera with a 5 under. Mickelson wound up with the start that he wanted but struggled through it only hitting one fairway on the back 9 and bogeyed both par 3’s. His putting made up for much of the afternoon’s mistakes for missing the fairways in general. To his defense, the wind was swirling later in the afternooon while he was playing and Angel Cabrera was shooting in the morning while things were still calm.

Here is the leader board for Thursday May 1st, 2014:

 

Wells Fargo Championship
Location: Charlotte, NC | Course: Quail Hollow Club, Par 72 | Yardage: 7,562 | Purse: $6,900,000
Round 1
Status of play: Official
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Card Pos Ctry Player Name To Par Thru Today R1 R2 R3 R4 Total
Score
1
Angel Cabrera QH
-6
F  
-6
66
0
0
0
66
T2
Martin Flores QH
-5
F  
-5
67
0
0
0
67
T2
Phil Mickelson QH
-5
F  
-5
67
0
0
0
67
T4
Jonathan Byrd QH
-4
F *
-4
68
0
0
0
68
T4
Stewart Cink QH
-4
F *
-4
68
0
0
0
68
T4
Webb Simpson QH
-4
F  
-4
68
0
0
0
68
T7
Shawn Stefani QH
-3
F  
-3
69
0
0
0
69
T7
Vijay Singh QH
-3
F  
-3
69
0
0
0
69
T7
Martin Kaymer QH
-3
F *
-3
69
0
0
0
69
T7
Kevin Na QH
-3
F  
-3
69
0
0
0
69
T7
Charles Howell III QH
-3
F  
-3
69
0
0
0
69
T7
Rory McIlroy QH
-3
F *
-3
69
0
0
0
69
T7
Hideki Matsuyama QH
-3
F *
-3
69
0
0
0
69
T7
Justin Rose QH
-3
F  
-3
69
0
0
0
69
T7
Martin Laird QH
-3
F *
-3
69
0
0
0
69

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  1. Alicia

    02/19/2016 at 8:37 am

    The hand that leads the swing is the power hand. For righties it is the left hand and for letiefs it is the right hand (or the top hand of the grip) the bottom hand is for direction. If you roll it over you will hook the ball, or if you leave it under you will slice

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