Golf roundup: Four share lead after 1st round at St Jude Classic

Daniel Berger defends Fed Ex St Jude Classic title in Memphis

Daniel Berger defends Fed Ex St Jude Classic title in Memphis

Berger is the fourth back-to-back victor at St. Jude and the first since David Toms did it in 2003 and '04.

Sutherland, whose only PGA Tour win came at the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship 15 years ago, played largely mistake-free golf and scored multiple birdies on par 3, 4 and 5s.

A key second shot from under a tree helped him maintain his advantage, and ultimately win his second PGA Tour event.

Cabrera Bello was one of five players to finish two shots behind Berger, along with Americans Billy Horschel, Braden Thornberry, Chez Reavie and Kevin Chappell.

The leading quartet had a one-shot lead over South African Charl Schwartzel of South Africa and Australian Matt Jones.

Schwartzel looks back on track after a brief lull following his third-place finish in the Masters.

"There's no way that I can change my mindset and go out there and try and make pars - I won't win the golf tournament if I do that", Reavie said. "I didn't expect to be there at that moment", Mickelson said.

"I'm playing good. I'm confident on the greens".

Phil Mickelson briefly had a share of the lead during the final round, but a triple bogey on No. 12 - which included a shot into the water - knocked him out of contention.

European - Felipe Aguilar of Chile shot a 7-under 65 to build a two-stroke lead over a group of three in the opening round of the Lyoness Open in Atzenbrugg, Austria.

Check out the sequence, after Berger found trouble behind the green on the first hole.

Jutanugarn was tied with Thompson (72) and Chun (70) at 17-under 271. Jutanugarn drove into the long grass on the side of the par-4 No. 18, but her approach shot left her pin-high and she made a 25-footer for the victory. Perrine Delacour (62) of France and American Lindy Duncan (65) were one shot back.

"I'm one-for-one defending titles, so that's a pretty good stat", said Berger, who claimed his first and previously only PGA tour victory at last year's St Jude Classic.

Grouped with Chile's Felipe Aguilar, the overnight leader, Frittelli birdied six holes and finished with just one bogey when he carded a four on the par-three 14th hole.