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John Huh Leads Barracuda Championship

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Barracuda Championship Release

8/3/2017

An exciting start to the 19th annual Barracuda Championship with two aces, one that came with a bonus prize of a RC F Lexus provided by Dolan Lexus.

Jay McLuen was the first when he aced the par-3 11th hole recorded as the first ace on that hole. J.J. Spaun added the 10th ace at the Barracuda Championship on the par-3 16th hole winning the two-year lease on the Lexus.

John Huh leads that day with +15 followed by Miguel Angel Carballo and Stuart Appleby both with +14. Huh leads for the first time on the PGA TOUR after eight birdies and one bogey.

First-Round Leaderboard

John Huh                      +15

Miguel Angel Carballo    +14

Stuart Appleby              +14

Brandon Hagy               +13

Ryan Palmer                 +13

Ben Martin                    +13

Dicky Pride                   +13

Patton Kizzire                +13

Rick Lamb                    +13

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