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Mexico Championship 2018: Louis Oosthuizen Holds 1-Shot Lead After Round 1
04 March 2018, 01:46 | Stacy Ballard
One & Done: WGC-Mexico Championship
Sharma intends to keep his foot on the pedal despite being in his first WGC tournament which is featuring 45 of the world's top-five players this week. Chris Paisley of England and Shubhankar Sharma of India were one behind, along with Xander Schauffele. "The way I hit it, I probably should not have shot 2 under".
Oosthuizen, who finished 24th in the Honda Classic last week after a disappointing final round of 75, said: "I've been hitting it really good for the last three or four weeks, two of those just practising back at Palm Beach and last week I felt I played really well and just caught up in the Bear Trap on Sunday".
"I had some really good holes, I had some really bad holes".
Despite missing the cut by one stroke in Oman and Qatar over the past fortnight, Sharma produced a flawless display which his caddie Gurbaaz Mann, a former Asian Tour player himself, described as "complete". "So I was very happy with the way I drove the ball", he said.
While Oosthuizen is a veteran of the PGA and European Tours, Paisley is making his first career start on the PGA Tour. "You're always very happy when you start with such a low round, especially for me".
Both Sharma and Paisley are winners in Europe already this year, Paisley claiming a maiden title at the South African Open while Sharma has stunned the golf world with victories at both the Joburg Open in December and the Maybank Championship in Malaysia last month.
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