The Players Championship: Tommy Fleetwood, Keegan Bradley hold lead at 7 under

Moore’s feat at the par-3 17th is the ninth in tournament history, and the first since Garcia’s in 2017.🚨 ALBATROSS! 🚨@Harris_English holes it from 236 yards! 🦅🦅The rarest of birds on No. 11 @THEPLAYERSChamp.#LiveUnderPar— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 14, 2019🚨 HOLE-IN-ONE 🚨SLAM DUNK FOR @RYANMOOREPGA!Magic on the 17th hole @THEPLAYERSChamp.#LiveUnderPar— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 14, 2019Round 2 will resume at 7:40 a.m. ET on Friday. There are two golfers atop the leaderboard after the first round of The Players Championship on Thursday.Keegan Bradley, who has never won at TPC, and Tommy Fleetwood — who has never won on the PGA Tour — shot 7-under 65s to take control of the star-studded field. Bradley had a blemish-free front nine (he started on No. 10) as he carded two birdies to make the turn at 2-under par. He had four more birdies on the back nine as well as one bogey and an eagle on the par-5 16th.He caught up to clubhouse leader Fleetwood, who enjoyed an early tee time and a very clean round.  Related News Fleetwood finished with seven birdies, including three consecutive ones on the 7th, 8th and 9th holes.“I just started picking a few shots up and then you get on a run like 7, 8, 9 and it feels great after that,” he said after his round.The two leaders, however, will have quite the competition as they get ready for a weekend at TPC Sawgrass. Byeong Hun An and Brian Harman are one stroke back in third place (6 under). Rory McIlroy, Vaughn Taylor and Ryan Moore are all tied for fifth place (5 under) while Kyle Stanley and Kevin Kisner are part of a tie for eighth (4 under).Spanish professionals Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia are both tied for 13th (3 under). Tiger Woods and Webb Simpson — the 2018 TPC champion — are in a sizable tie for 35th (2 under).There were also plenty of highlights including an albatross from Harris English, who is also tied for 35th, and a hole-in-one by Moore.   The Players Championship: Tiger Woods shoots 2-under 70, sits in tie for 35th after Round 1