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Celebrity golf photo gallery (Friday)

Colin Jost didn't score very well but stayed smiling through the first round.
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Colin Jost didn’t score very well but stayed smiling through the first round.
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Charles Barkley is tied for 71st after Friday’s first round.
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Former ACC champ Mardy Fish is tied for 14th after Day 1.
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Alfonso Ribiero is always a crowd favorite at the ACC.
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Golden State Warrior Andre Iguodala has some fun on Friday.
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Kyle Williams hit a tee shot on Friday.
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Paige Spiranac hit from the men’s tees and is in 20th place after the first round on Friday.
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Mark Mulder signs autographs on Friday.
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Tony Romo is in fourth place after Friday, just three points out of the lead.
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Steph Curry is tied for 10th after Friday’s round.
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Top Gun: Maverick co-star Miles Teller smacks a tee shot on Friday.
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Future NFL Hall of Famer Larry Fitzgerald lines up his shot.
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Charles Woodson watches a tee shot on Friday.
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Not only can Nick Jonas sing and act, he can play some golf too.
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Derek Carr is about mid-pack after the first round.
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ACC first timer, The Miz, watches a tee shot on Friday.
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Future NFL Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers has some fun with playing partners.
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Pat McAfee tees off on Friday.
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