Sony Open 2013 scores: Scott Langley leads after 8-under, 62

Jeff Gross

Scott Langley fired an 8-under, 62 to take a one stroke lead at the end of the first round of the 2013 Sony Open.

Scott Langley is the leader at the 2013 Sony Open after he shot an opening round 62 to finish at 8-under par. Langley shot a bogey-free round that included six birdies and an eagle. His birdie on the par-4, 18th gave him the tournament lead by a stroke over Russell Henley.

Henley nearly matched Langley stroke for stroke recording eight birdies while shooting a 7-under, 63. His lone blemish came on a bogey at No. 11. Scott Piercy and and Tim Clark are two shots back at 6-under while Jeff Overton and Stephen Ames are three back. Charles Howell III and Matt Kuchar are among a group of nine golfers who are four shots back at 4-under.

Langley is fresh out of the Qualifying school and is best known for having made the cut at the 2010 U.S. Open. He turned pro in 2011.

Here is a look at tournament's top 10 after the first round:

1. Scott Langley -8, 62
2. Russell Henley -7, 63
T3. Scott Piercy -6, 64
T3. Tim Clark -6, 64
T5. Jeff Overton -5, 65
T5. Stephen Ames -5, 65
T7. Matt Jones -4, 66
T7. Charles Howell III -4, 66
T7. Matt Kuchar -4, 66
T7. Tim Herron -4, 66

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