First round play for the 2013 Honda Classic is underway, at Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. -- and two unfamiliar faces find themselves atop the early leaderboard.
South African Branden Grace and Canadian Graham DeLaet lead the field, after shooting 65s in the first round -- good for 5-under par.
Five golfers, including Dustin Johnson, are just one shot off the pace at 4-under.
Tiger Woods entered the tournament as the favorite to win, but didn't shoot a great first round. Woods finished the day with a 70 -- good for even par. Woods is five shots behind Grace and DeLaet. Woods birdied holes No. 3 and 7, and bogied holes No. 10 and 13 -- both of which are par 4s.
Woods isn't the only superstar golfer to struggle on Thursday. Rory McIlroy, the world's No. 1 golfer, has struggled so far. Through his first seven holes, McIlroy is 1-over par.
A full leaderboard can be found at the PGA Tour's official website.
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