On October 16, Beijing time, Tyrrell Hatton felt very irritable because he did not sleep much. Then he felt as if he was in a dream. He played less than five holes in the opening five holes of the CJ Cup. The par is 5.
The reality of Thursday is that even with an exciting victory at Wentworth, and coming from London, across 8 time zones, Tyrell Hatton did not lose touch. He tied the course record of 65, 7 under par, and took a one-shot lead at Chuoying Creek.
周四的现实是，即使在温特沃斯取得了令人兴奋的胜利，并且来自伦敦，横跨8个时区，泰瑞尔·哈顿（Tyrell Hatton）仍然保持了联系。他以65杆，低于标准杆7杆的成绩夺冠，并在Chuoying Creek领先一杆。
"It's okay to say that I'm very tired at this moment," Tyrael Hatton said, "I'm still struggling because of jet lag. You can tell from my voice, my throat is a little sore all the way. Today is a long one. One day. I am very happy that I can hit such a score. I now need to go back to the hotel and have a good rest, hoping to sleep better than last night.
"God bless you to make another good result."
Tyrell Hatton shot the lowest shot of Chaoying Creek, mainly because it was the first PGA Tour held by a top club. Dustin Johnson had to retire because he tested positive for the new crown virus this week. In 2015, he shot 65 in a round.
泰瑞尔·哈顿（Tyrell Hatton）拍摄了朝颖溪（Chaoying Creek）的最低照，主要是因为这是顶级俱乐部举办的首次美巡赛。达斯汀·约翰逊（Dustin Johnson）必须退役，因为他本周对这种新的冠状病毒测试呈阳性。 2015年，他一轮射击65球。
Xander Schauffele (Xander Schauffele) birdied the par 5 on the 18th hole and was one shot behind Russell Henley, tied for second place. Joan Lahm and Tyler Duncan (Tyler Duncan) are one shot behind and tied for fourth place.
Xander Schauffele（Xander Schauffele）在第18洞抓到5杆洞小鸟，落后于罗素·亨利（Russell Henley雷火官网app）一杆，并列第二。琼·拉姆（Joan Lahm）和泰勒·邓肯（Tyler Duncan）（泰勒·邓肯（Tyler Duncan））落后一杆，并列第四位。
McIlroy bogeyed consecutively on the last three holes. This terrible period began when he missed a 3-foot par putt, and as a result he shot 73, tied for 37th.
Brooks Koepka rested for two months with a sore left hip. This was his first game since his comeback. His strangeness must be revealed. At the end, he hit the 18th hole with a short iron, bogeyed in the water barrier of the par five, and handed over 74.
It is hard to imagine Tyrael Hatton having such a good start.
He made a 10-foot birdie putt at the start of the 10th hole. On the 11th hole, a par-4 hole on the green was possible. When he teeed off, the 7-iron slowly attacked. Even so, he still didn't go to the fairway, but he wedgeped his club to 3 feet and caught a birdie again. 92 yards away from the next hole, he shot straight into the hole and caught a birdie. On the 14th hole, he pushed into a 25-foot birdie.
"I am very happy to get motivation early in the morning," he said, "I can expect that this will be a very difficult round, because it is impossible to have motivation like I am so tired."
A total of 6 contestants this week participated in the BMW European Championship in London last week. The Englishman was one of them. As a result, he watched the game when he was a child, got encouragement, and decided to play golf on the course. His excitement can be imagined, and then he went through a 20-hour long trip to Las Vegas to participate in the event that moved from Korea.
He did a good job before the game-although he only slept for more than 5 hours, his golf was not affected, but his temper was not good.
"I'm very depressed here, I'm anxious," he said, "Even if I hit a good score, I'm still very anxious. I have a hard time controlling my emotions. After a bad shot, I am not satisfied with my emotions. Control, but I think it’s easy for you. Everyone can’t calm down when they’re tired and sleep deprived."
Joan Ram’s biggest worry is how fast he puts. In Arizona, where he lives, the courses are all broadcast and the greens are slow. What made this round was that he made three consecutive putts during the transition-one of which was a pars putt-which made him calm down on the smooth green of Chuoyingxi.
The only disaster was that when he walked to the bag to get the new gloves, he realized that the size of the gloves was wrong. He had to run back to the trash can to retrieve a used glove that he had thrown away. He only found new gloves after he made the transition.
No one has a harder day than US Open runner-up Matthew Wolfe. He didn't catch a birdie during his 80 shots.
Jordan Spieth saved a difficult day. He was sometimes wild on the tee, playing provisional shots for 3 consecutive holes. However, he had no use for a provisional ball. He caught 3 birdies in a row during the transition and achieved a score of 1 under par, but he hit the fourth provisional ball. He needed this ball, and finally swallowed three bogeys on the 14th hole and shot 74.