Oosthuizen leads after day one of World Golf Championship in Mexico

Oosthuizen leads after day one of World Golf Championship in Mexico

At 7-under 135, Kiradech shares fifth place with amongst others, defending champion and world No. 1 Dustin Johnson, double Masters Tournament victor Bubba Watson and CIMB Classic champion Pat Perez, four back of halfway leader Shubhankar Sharma of India.

The 21-year-old, playing in the last group alongside Malaysia's Gavin Green, was beaming from ear to ear after keeping the bogeys of the card which included an eagle and four birdies at the Club Golf de Chapultepec.

The Spanish duo of Sergio Garcia (65) and Rafa Cabrera Bello (67) were in a share of second with American Xander Schauffele (68) on nine-under.

Among those is overnight leader Louis Oosthuizen, defending champion and World Number One Dustin Johnson and Thai star and Perth World Super 6 champion Kiradech Aphibarnrat.

Sharma entered the week already ranked first on the European Tour after two early-season victories but it would be fair to suggest he was not a name on everyone's lips pre-tournament.

"I didn't really put any pressure on myself before I came here".

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"It's the biggest tournament I've played in by a long stretch", Paisley said.

Tyrrell Hatton, who is four under par, has moved ahead of him as the leading English player, with Ross Fisher just behind on three under.

"I'm really happy that I'm playing at such a high level and playing with all these great players". "Everything has happened so fast for me".

"I just kept the ball in play throughout the day", Sharma said. "I feel like my ball-striking can do most of the talking".

The 2010 Open champion landed his 230-yard approach shot at the par-five 15th five feet from the pin and rolled in the putt for an eagle that gave him a lead he wouldn't relinquish. As soon as I hit it I knew I hit a good shot. I couldn't have hit it in a better place. "The course is getting firmer and tougher as the week goes on". I drove it well.

A win or runner-up finish for the 25-year-old Greystones man would have pushed him into the the world's top 50 and sealed a spot at Augusta in April. "I've got a nice little cut going and it's nice to be able to just aim left and swing away".