Marc Leishman shot a 10-under 61 on the Trinity Forest course to take the first-round lead Thursday in the AT&T Byron Nelson.

Jordan Spieth was 8 shots back in his hometown event. Defending champion Billy Horschel shot 68.

Leishman opened with an eagle, started the back nine with three straight birdies and reached 9 under with another eagle at the 14th.

The 34-year-old Australian settled for a 10-foot birdie putt at the par-3 17th.

J.J. Spaun and Texan Jimmy Walker shot 64. Spaun had six birdies in a span of seven holes for a 30 on his second nine.

Ryan Armour of Silver Lake finished the first round shooting 66.

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Annie Park finished 6-under 65 and took a share of the first-round lead Thursday at the Kingsmill Championship.

Jessica Korda, Azahara Munoz, In Gee Chun and Jaye Marie Green also shot 65.

Park was 2 under when she hit the flag and birdied the par 4 14th hole. She then nearly holed her second shot on the par-5 15th and also birdied the par-4 16th.

Munoz had seven birdies and one bogey, and Korda and Chun were bogey-free. Green had seven birdies and bogeyed No. 18.

Munoz settled in after starting with a bogey.

She also chipped in for her final birdie after missing the green to the left on the par-4 eighth hole.

Korda had three birdies on each nine, including the par-4 18th.

Cristie Kerr opened with a 71, and defending champion Lexi Thompson was in a tie for 49th with Michelle Wie and numerous others after a 70.

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Miguel Angel Jimenez matched the course record with an 8-under 64 on Thursday to take the first-round lead in the Regions Tradition.

Jimenez birdied the first four holes and broke the front-nine record at 6-under 30 at Greystone Golf & Country Club. The Spaniard took the outright lead with a short birdie putt on No. 13.

Jimenez opened with a 64 in the Chubb Classic before finishing ninth.

Gene Sauers, Wes Short Jr., Jerry Kelly and Joe Durant were second at 66.

Two-time defending champion Langer closed with a birdie for a 70.

Durant closed with an eagle on the par-5 18th hole to help overcome two bogeys on the first five holes.

Kelly, meanwhile, got his eagle early on No. 2 and was 4 under after four holes, joking that he “was shooting for 54.”

Sauers went bogey-free.

With two bogeys and eight birdies, Stuart needed two tries to get out of the bunker on No. 17 for a bogey after resuming play.

Scott McCarron was among four players three shots back at 67.