Jordan Spieth sits one shot behind Sergio Garcia, who shares the AT&T Byron Nelson lead with Danny Lee and Johnson Wagner after the first round in Dallas.
Jordan Spieth sits one shot behind leader Sergio Garcia following the first round of the AT&T Byron Nelson in Dallas.
The world number two carded a six-under-par 64, but Garcia shares the one-stroke lead with Danny Lee and Johnson Wagner after five birdies and an eagle.
Rain disrupted the opening round and it was eventually suspended due to darkness, preventing a handful of players from completing the day.
Both Spieth and Garcia managed to get round the course, though, and the former suffered one blemish as he recorded a bogey on the 13th hole, but his seven birdies made up for it.
Dustin Johnson, Freddie Jacobson and Tom Hoge are level with Spieth in the field.
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