Luke Donald gains advantage over Webb Simpson at Disney Classic

Donald gains advantage over Simpson
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World number one Luke Donald takes a two-shot lead over rival Webb Simpson going into day two of the Disney Classic in Florida.

World number one Luke Donald will take a two-shot lead over rival Webb Simpson going into day two of the Disney Classic.

The Englishman posted a first-round score of 66 to end the day on six-under par in Florida. Simpson carded a 68 to put him on four-under.

The two players are both aiming to top the PGA Tour money list by the end of the tournament.

"Six birdies, no bogeys is always a good round," Donald said.

"I played a pretty solid round. Couple loose shots at the end. It wasn't that easy out there. The wind was strong enough to make it a little bit tricky with club selection."

Elsewhere, England's Justin Rose hit a two-over-par 75, while South Africa's Retief Goosen shot a round of 68.

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