Zach Johnson In a Tie for 14th at Tour Championship

By Josh Christensen, Reporter

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It's hard to believe, but it was just three days ago when Zach Johnson won the BMW Championship. He was back on the course today for the first round of the Tour Championship in Atlanta, where everyone is eyeing the $10 million prize.

On the first hole, Johnson had to settle for bogey. He would par the next seven holes. WIth a nice shot on Hole 9, he set up an easy birdie putt and sunk it.

Johnson then found his putting stroke, making birdie putts on Holes 11 and 12. He finished the round with a 69, placing him in a tie for 14th at one stroke under par.

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