It's only Day 1 of the 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, but we already have a pretty fascinating leaderboard that includes Phil Mickelson, Jason Day, Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth. But it was Brian Gay and Scott Langley with the early leads.
Gay shot a 7-under 64 by playing the last five holes of his round at Monterey Peninsula in 14 strokes. He closed with five birdies and shot a 29 on the front nine (his back nine) at Monterey for the 64 and lead. Meanwhile, Langley birdied exactly half his holes at Monterey including one at the very end on the par-3 ninth hole to match Gay late in the day. If not for a slip on the par-4 eighth hole, he would have had a 30 on that side and the solo lead.
Gay finished in the top 10 here last year, too, so he has a little bit of recent history, but he doesn't have a top-20 on the PGA Tour since the Wyndham Championship last August. Langley has never finished in the top 25 here.
Last year's champion, Ted Potter, Jr., was at least playing the toughest of the three courses, but it was not a pretty day for the Wizard as he dropped a 10-over 82 which included four doubles and a triple.