Paul Casey

Streelman, Hossler share first-round lead at Pebble

The one time Rory McIlroy could have been slightly annoyed was the very reason the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am was so enjoyable.

A shadow.

McIlroy was just starting to take his driver back on the par-5 seventh at Spyglass Hill when he saw the shadow of his father move. With so much sunshine Thursday across the Monterey Peninsula, that was inevitable.

"So I backed off it. I said, 'Fine, stand still.' Blocked it way right and hit my second in the water," McIlroy said. "Hard to say anything. Chipped in for birdie, so I was like, 'You're forgiven.'"

There wasn't much not to like on a day like this, especially for Kevin Streelman and Beau...

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