World number one Jordan Spieth is in danger of missing his second cut this year after carding an opening-round five-over-par 76 at the Valspar Championship in Florida.
The American, 22, is nine shots behind American joint leaders Keegan Bradley, Ken Duke and Charles Howell III.
“I got off to a poor start and I was behind the eight-ball,” said Spieth.
Spieth, who will defend his Masters title in April, also missed the cut at the Northern Trust Open in February.
He never recovered from making five bogeys and a birdie in the first seven holes.
“It was a very tough day. I just didn’t hit enough greens,” he said.