The leaders have done well so far in justifying their captain's selections after Tiger Woods added both to Team USA for next week's Presidents Cup.
Woods, meanwhile, dug himself out of a hole with three birdies and an eagle over a five-hole stretch on the back nine after taking a while to get it going. But the tournament host crumbled on Nos. 17 and 18 to finish at even par.
Here's how the top of the leaderboard looks for the 18-man field:
|Place||Player||To Par||R1 Score|
Defending champion Jon Rahm sits eighth at 2-under. The top-ranked player in the field won back-to-back European Tour events prior to teeing it up in the Bahamas.
Several members of the American Presidents Cup team struggled in Round 1. Xander Schauffele (1-over), Webb Simpson (1-over), Patrick Cantlay (2-over), Bryson DeChambeau (4-over), and Tony Finau (7-over) are all well back after 18 holes.