In a tournament well known for its low scores, 96 players in the 132-man field broke par on the TPC-Summerlin course.
Moore came close to putting together a 59, missing out when his second shot at the par-4 18th hole (his ninth of the day) hit the bottom of the flagstick and bounced about 30 feet away from the cup. He wound up two-putting from there for a par, giving him a 29 for his first nine holes.
This event is the first of four that make up the PGA Tour's Fall Finish, tournaments that will give players a chance to move into the top 125 on the money list and thus earn their way onto the 2013 circuit.
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