Johnson was halfway home to becoming the first repeat winner at Kapalua who wasn't from Australia -- Stuart Appleby and
"There's a little bit of rust going on, less than there used to be," Ogilvy said. "I think in the good old days … they hadn't hit a shot in a few months and they'd show up and shank their first three shots on the range. They would just cruise into the year, basically. I think that happens a lot less these days."
Jimmy Walker dropped a stroke late and shot 68. Russell Henley got off to a sluggish start before a solid back nine for a 70.
Hideki Matsuyama and
"I think it's so competitive," Henley said. "I think the way guys look at it now, it's a great opportunity to have a good finish and get off to a great start, if not win."