2023 Visit Title tee times, pairings: FedEx Cup End of the season games field, plan for Cycle 2 on Friday

An unusual first round at the 2023 Visit Title brought about a three-way tie for the lead between Viktor Hovland, Keegan Bradley and Collin Morikawa. Every one of the three golf players sit at 10 under entering Cycle 2 as pre-competition pioneer Scottie Scheffler tumbled from 10 under to 9 under in the wake of shooting 71 on Thursday across his initial 18 holes.

Scheffler is in no way, shape or form out of the blend, however he is working from a pursuit position presently, as are Matt Fitzpatrick, Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy (- 7).

It will be captivating to see what occurs at the top with the co-pioneers. Hovland was fine yet not astounding Thursday as he shot 68. Morikawa and Bradley were faultless with intruder free adjusts. The previous shot 61, while the last option shot 63 to get in with the general mish-mash at this occasion.

Morikawa and Bradley will play together Friday in the second round as they attempt to achieve one of the more troublesome things in golf: back up an extraordinary round with another of equivalent quality.

There are other world class pairings, as well. Hovland and Scheffler will play together in the future, while two potential Ryder Cup couples – – McIlroy and Fitzpatrick, in addition to Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton – – will begin not long before them.

Friday ought to be incredible again at the Visit Title, and ideally it’s essentially as wild as the initial 18 holes.