Late troubles leave Rose three ahead of Scott at Torrey Pines

Late troubles leave Rose three ahead of Scott at Torrey Pines

Late troubles leave Rose three ahead of Scott at Torrey Pines

In ideal conditions even by San Diego standards, Rahm opened with an eagle and kept going lower until he had a 10-under 62 on the North course at Torrey Pines, giving him a one-shot lead over Justin Rose after the opening round Thursday at the Farmers Insurance Open.

Rose made light work of Torrey Pines' notoriously hard South course during a six-under 66 that elevated him to 15-under - three shots ahead of Hideki Matsuyama (66), with 2017 champion Jon Rahm (72) sharing third at 10 under.

Rose led by as many as six strokes, but his second double bogey of the day, at the par-four 14th, trimmed the lead and he closed with a bogey at the par-five 18th, where his second shot from the left rough found the water. Woods birdied his last two holes for a 31 on the front nine of the South Course and finished at 10-under par.

Tiger Woods could only manage a 71 and was 13 shots back.

The smooth-swinging former world No.1, who has previously struggled on the greens, adopted an arm-lock grip several days before the US PGA Tour event at Torrey Pines. I hit a lot of good putts that were around the hole that just didn't go in.

Rose finished at 21-under 267 for a two-shot victory, becoming the first player since Peter Jacobsen in 1995 - when the South and North courses at Torrey Pines were 700 yards shorter - to post all four rounds in the 60s at this event.

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Leader Rose ran in a series of mid-length putts, few better than a 20-footer from the fringe for eagle at the par-five ninth.

Jon Rahm hit 13 of 18 greens in regulation during his third round at the Farmers Insurance Open, finishing at 14 under for the tournament.

"I think if I can get to double digits (under par) would be nice - just a nice way to end the week", he said.

The WGC-Mexico Championship, Honda Classic, Arnold Palmer Invitational, Players Championship, Valspar Championship and WGC-Dell Match Play are six tournaments that will conclude just a week before he would leave for the Masters.

Englishmen Ian Poulter and Paul Waring each shot 64 to tie for third at 16 under with Spaniards Sergio Garcia (66) and Alvaro Quiros (68). "It's very easy to make errors on that South course".

"Not to play too much but also play enough to keep building", he said. Playing at competitive speed again, I didn't quite hit all my irons pin high like I normally do. My rounds got cleaner, and that's what I want to have happen.

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