Streelman and Hossler share Pebble Beach lead

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am- Round Two

Warren Little

And Streelman continued in that vein of form on the Spyglass Hill course, with a blemish-free card that saw him make seven birdies.

The pro-am event sees the professionals and their partners also playing a round at Monterey Peninsula before the final day's action takes place at the famous Pebble Beach public links.

"Getting out first was nice", said Streelman, a two-time victor on the US PGA Tour who hit 12 of 14 fairways and 11 of 18 greens - and managed to get up and down at all seven of the greens he missed.

"When you have a bunch of screws in there and a couple of plates, you've got to be careful about how much reverberation you have running up that collarbone, so I gave it a lot of time to heal".

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"You have to show a bit more patience", Spieth said.

Playing at Spyglass Hill, Streelman recorded seven birdies without dropping a shot, while countryman Hossler also holed seven birdies at Pebble Beach to be clear of Matt Kuchar, Aaron Wise and Julian Suri. It is the first tournament of the calendar year for Scott, who used a conventional putter having tried his old long putter at the Australian PGA Championship late last year. But after going out in 41 after another penalty led to a bogey at the short seventh, he made four birdies in a three-under-par back nine to salvage something from his round.

McIlroy is making his first appearance in the tournament in which celebrity and corporate executive amateurs play alongside the pros.

Former world No.1 Day mixed five birdies with two bogeys to leave himself four shots off joint-leaders Kevin Streelman and Beau Hossler.

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"It was a nice way to finish after not getting off to a great start", said Mickelson.

"I've been at home in Raleigh and we've had one of our worst winter snowstorms in history, so I've had no practice and I'm trying to catch up".

But plenty of serious golf business remains, including world number two Jon Rahm's bid to overtake Johnson atop the world rankings.

Rodgers and Kelly tee off at Monterey Peninsula for the second round on Friday.

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