His career-best 62 laps brought England’s Harry Hall to the top of the leaderboard after the opening day of the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club.

Hall had eight underscores and a decisive three-shot lead with just 22 strokes. Fort Worth, Texas.

He took eight birds without shooting and managed to recover par from 15 and 30 feet.

Harris English Hall’s closest rival under five. American split a bogeyman with six birds, two of them in the last two holes.

Tom Hoge, Adam Schenk, Robby Shelton and Andrew Putnam finished third with -4 points.

On the other hand, it was a mixed day for Russel Knox of Scotland and English duo Callum Tarren and Justin Rose, who were a hit in the second round on Friday.

Dazzling the golf world with his heroism at the US PGA Championship, club pro Michael Block had a tough start as he finished the opening lap 11 above average.