RBC Heritage. Three-Way Tie at the Top. April 17 2014

dragon logo darkRBC Heritage There is a three-way tie at the top of the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island. Matt Kuchar carded his 19th round in the 60s this season. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

One of the three, Matt Kuchar / Getty Images

Matt Kuchar, Scott Langley and William McGirt all posted rounds of -5 under par 66 to share the first round lead at the RBC Heritage.

Matt  birdied both the par five holes on the front nine before finishing with a birdie on his final hole, the ninth. He thinks a lot of the players coming from the Masters will play well here;

" It was some awfully steady golf. You're going to see a lot of guys, if they're not too run down from a major championship, come out and play some pretty good golf the week following."

Scott was inspired by the performance of Jordan Spieth at the Masters;

"Seeing Jordan do so well, almost win the Masters, inspired me a little bit."

William McGirt was catching the good vibes from Scott;

"Scott and I were both making birdies left and right, it was easy to feed off each other."

Harris English is alone in fourth spot at -3 under par, just two shots off the lead. There are a whole host of players at -2 under par, 15 of them in total. Fresh from his exploits at the Masters was Jordan Spieth, he was among those guys on -2 under par for the day, and was paired with the U.S. Ryder Cup Team Captain, Tom Watson and 2012 Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III.Both of these guys have been winners here, and Tom wanted to take a close look at the way the young man played, so Jordan could find his name on the team sheet;

"It was unbelievable just to be playing with them. I was anxious to get back out and play another competitive round, so today was going to be kind of therapy, in a sense, from last week."

If Nick Faldo does not pull his socks up he will find himself back in the TV booth pretty quickly. Nick stuttered to an opening round of +6 over par 77. This the course where Nick won his first ever U.S. PGA Tour title, in 1984.