Morgan Hoffman, a PGA Tour veteran, has taken no lead on the game: 'Everyone on this planet's going to do something.'

Morgan Hoffman, a PGA Tour veteran, has taken no lead on the game: 'Everyone on this planet's going  ...

has completed his job from.

Hoffman, who was born in Franklin Lakes, married and attended Ramapo High School, has been in the field for the at, which began Thursday in Hilton Head, South Carolina. It's his first appearance on the at at the Shriners Children's Open since 2019.

Hoffman shoots an even-par 71, leaving him eight strokes behind.

Harold Varner III is playing the first two rounds with Varner. According to Varner, who is finishing off a top-25 finish in the Masters, had little empathy for Hoffman once they got off.

Im out there to beat Morgan I don't really care.... I know that he's been through a lot, but everyone on this planet's will go through something, and that's his battle. When youre on the golf course, it's time to compete. I want to win. I'm not sure. It's kind of messed up. But it's what it's.

Varner has been chasing for the first time since posting a 4-under 67 in the first round.

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Matt Fitzpatrick, who scored a one-under-70 Thursday, is playing in a trio.

Hoffman is in search of his first PGA Tour victory. In 2017, when Hoffman finished tied for second place.

Hoffman threw off for the second round on Friday at 7:32 a.m., where his two men start on the tee No. 10.

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