Andrew Both reports:
In-form Stuart Appleby had no complaints about a solid, even-par 72 in the opening round of the US PGA Tour's Wachovia Championship today (AEST).
"It's playing like a major, not a low scoring course at all," said the Victorian, who trails clubhouse leaders Trevor Immelman and Bill Haas by three shots with half the field back in the Quail Hollow clubhouse.
Wow, give 'em narrow fairways and high scores and it's a major! The game is so sophisticated these days.