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Three-way tie at the top of The Heritage


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Chad Campbell used a fast start, but Vaughn Taylor and Colt Knost had strong finishes to share the first-round lead at 4-under-par 67 in the Heritage at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

Campbell birdied four of the first seven holes. Knost birdied three of his last five, and Taylor holed out from the fairway for a closing eagle on the par-4 ninth hole.


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Tommy Gainey wins Nationwide event in Cincinnati

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Tommy Gainey shot a 3-under-par 69 in the final round and earned a three-stroke victory in the Nationwide Tour’s Chiquita Classic at the TPC River Bend Course in the Cincinnati suburb of Maineville, Ohio.

Tommy Gainey wins Ohio tourney (PGA)

Gainey had a superb tournament and matched the course record with a 62 in the third round, finished at 27-under-261.

Joe Affrunti shot a 65 in the final round and was second at 24 under.

Geoffrey Sisk and Colt Knost tied for third at 22 under.

Jerry Rice has a tough day on the Nationwide Tour

compiled from staff, wire and Nationwide Tour

When Jerry Rice left the golf course on Thursday at the Fresh Express Classic in Hayward, California, he had struggled putting on the greens and was 20 strokes out of the lead in his debut and shot a 12-over par-83.

“My putter let me down today. I could not get the speed of the greens. I don’t think I struck a really solid putt at all today,” he said.

The 47-year-old Rice is also the tournament host, birdied the par-5 seventh and also garnered eight pars but his round had five bogeys and four-double bogeys at TPC Stonebrae.

Jerry Rice (nfl)

Playing on a sponsor exemption, the former 49ers star was tied for 153rd with Brendon Todd in the 155-man field, two strokes ahead of last-place Brian Bateman.

Dickie Pride shot an 8-under 63 to take a one-stroke lead over David Hearn, Aron Price, Colt Knost, Jamie Lovemark and Miguel Angel Carballo.

Rice, who owns the NFL’S record for career touchdowns, played 20 NFL seasons with San Francisco, Oakland and Seattle. He made 1,549 catches for 22,895 yards, had 14  1,00-yard seasons and scored 208 touchdowns.