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Streb, Loar share Mylan Classic lead

Robert Streb and Edward Loar both fired 7- under 64s on Thursday to grab a share of the lead after the first round of the Mylan Classic.Streb, who has four top-10s this season, is still searching for his first Web.com Tour win, while Loar won the Panama Claro Championship earlier this year and is playing his sixth tour event of the year. Loar has made the cut in just four of his 19 PGA Tour starts this season.Casey Wittenberg, who is second on the tour's money list, carded a 6-under 65. He was joined in third place by Marc Turnesa and David Lingmerth.Former PGA Tour players Cliff Kresge and Will MacKenzie posted 5-under 66s. They share sixth place with Brad Fritsch, Kevin Kisner, Brian Stuard and John Chin.Streb was in the last group of the morning wave and he birdied the 10th and 12th at Southpointe Golf Club to open his round. After four straight pars, Streb birdied the 17th to move to 3-under.Around the turn, Streb stumbled to a bogey on the first. He erased that mistake with a bird...

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