Aaron Wise plays as a single, shooting a first-round 65 to move up the leaderboard The Tour Championship usually consists of 30 players,

which means they make nice and easy pairings every day on the PGA Tour's season finale. However, Will Zalatoris being forced to withdraw earlier in the week due to injury

Aaron Wise plays as a single, shooting a first-round 65 to move up the leaderboard The Tour Championship usually consists of 30 players,

After a five-par start, the world No. 40 birdied five of his last 13 holes to go bogeys on the day. His 5-under 65 moved him into the top 10 as he finished his day with the leader

Wise could not remember ever playing singles in a tournament. “It was different. It was interesting to start,” Luckily I had a good day and I kind of stayed

Wise started at even par, 10 shots behind Scottie Scheffler. After his first round, he said he just had to put the leaderboard out of his head and try to shoot the best number possible.

"Yeah, it breaks, doesn't it?" Said the wise. “Even if you don't get there, you can probably get pretty close if you play well… But yeah, it's weird going up 7 and I'm 1 under in the round

"This is the interesting scenario, but I feel like it makes it very easy for the fans to understand what's going on, and I like the fact that at 18 you see someone putt to win