Chez Reavie had quite a few good moments at TPC Louisiana on Thursday.

So did teammate Lucas Glover.

Reavie and Glover teamed to shoot a 12-under 60 for a share of the Zurich Classic lead with China’s Zhang Xinjun and Dou Zecheng.

Reavie and Glover each had six birdies in the best-ball format at TPC Louisiana.

Six teams are two shots back in a tie for third after shooting 62.

Zhang and Dou birdied four of their final five holes. Dou made a 31-foot putt on No. 9 to cap the impressive rally and jump into the lead with Reavie and Glover.

Tony Finau-Daniel Summerhays, Chris Paisley-Tommy Fleetwood, J.J. Henry-Tom Hoge, Michael Kim-Andrew Putnam, Kevin Kisner-Scott Brown and Troy Merritt-Brendon de Jonge shot 62. Jason Day and Ryan Ruffels shot 64.

Masters champion Patrick Reed and Patrick Cantlay had a 65, and British Open winner Jordan Spieth and Ryan Palmer were at 66.

U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka and Marc Turnesa shot a 67.

PGA Championship winner Justin Thomas and Bud Cauley shot a 70.

There are 80 teams in the tournament and the top 35, along with ties, will make the cut after Friday’s second round.

Silver Lake resident Ryan Armour finished Thursday shooting 69. Akron native Harold Varner III ended the day shooting 64.

LPGA Tour

Lydia Ko was back on top at Lake Merced.

Ko shot a 4-under 68 on a chilly Thursday morning at the LPGA Mediheal Championship for a share of the first-round lead. Jessica Korda, Caroline Hedwall, In-Kyung Kim and Su Oh joined Ko atop the leaderboard in the LPGA Tour’s return to Lake Merced after a year away.

Ko eagled the par-5 fifth and had four birdies and a bogey.

Korda, playing alongside Kim a group ahead of Ko, also eagled the fifth and had four birdies and a bogey.

Hedwall and Kim each had five birdies and a bogey.

Oh had a bogey-free round. The Australian was the only one of the five players tied for the lead to play in the afternoon.

Lexi Thompson, Sei Young Kim, Charley Hull and Celine Herbin shot 69.

Moriya Jutanugarn, the winner Sunday in Los Angeles for her first LPGA Tour title, had a 71 playing with former Stanford student Michelle Wie and ANA Inspiration winner Pernilla Lindberg.

Wie had a 74, and Lindberg shot 79. Ariya Jutanugarn matched her sister with a 71, playing in the group with Ko.

Top-ranked Inbee Park matched playing partner Brooke Henderson with a 72.

The third member of the afternoon group, second-ranked Shanshan Feng, shot 73.

Juli Inkster, a 57-year-old Hall of Famer, shot a 72.

Stacy Lewis had a 74 after announcing that she is pregnant with a due date of Nov. 3. She plans to play through the Marathon Classic in July and return for a full season next year.