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Kite has record-breaking 28 in 9 at US Senior Open
Corey Pavin's sixth birdie on his 17th hole pulled him into a tie atop the leaderboard, but a penalty pushed him back to the pack after completing his first round. Pavin hit a chip after his ball moved back a fraction of an inch when he grounded his club on his 14th hole and that later cost him two strokes. There's three more rounds and lots of time to make it up and lots of golf left. Tom Kite set a U. S. Senior Open record with a 28 on the front nine at Indianwood and finished a 5-under 65 on Thursday. "Yeah, I agree," he said after watching slow-motion replays of the infraction with officials in a TV trailer. It pushed Pavin into a five-way tie for fourth with Fred Funk, Jeff Sluman, Tom Pernice Jr. and Mikael Hogberg at 3-under 67. That setback put Bernhard Langer and Lance Ten Broeck in second place, one shot behind Kite. That's the important thing now.
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