Charl Schwartzel has had a rough day. He finished the first round of the 2013 Open Championship with a 4-over 75. His round featured 4 bogeys, 2 double-bogeys and one broken 6-iron. It seemed like things would continue to go badly when he put his ball in a green-side bunker on 18. Instead, Charl rallied and chipped in from the sand. Everything’s coming up Schwartzel!
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