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Former Alabama golfer Bobby Wyatt at 2-over at Travelers Championship

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Bobby Wyatt's first round of professional golf was a mixed bag.

The former Alabama golfer, who helped the Tide to back-to-back National Championships, shot 2-over par 72 in the opening round of the Travelers Championship Thursday morning.

Wyatt birdied the first hole and No. 18, but also bogeyed No. 5 and 13, and recorded a double bogey on No. 14.

He's one of a large group of golfers at 2-over, which is tied for 120th on the leaderboard.

Another former Alabama golfer Bud Cauley, who was Wyatt's teammate in the 2010-11 season, is tied for second place after shooting an opening round 7-under-63.

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