The First Round of the PGA Championship at Southern Hills
Graeme Storm, who got his first European tour victory at the French Open in early July, opened with a five-under 65 to grab the first-round lead at the PGA Championship.
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Jim Furyk, who withdrew last week with a back injury, shot a five-over 75.
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Ernie Els made five birdies, five bogeys and a double bogey to finish at two over.
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Austrian Markus Brier held the lead until he made a bogey at No. 6, then he doubled bogeyed No. 9, his 18th hole, to finish at one under.
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Colin Montgomerie opened with three early birdies, but closed with three bogeys for a two-over 72.
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Geoff Ogilvy had an up-and-down round with seven birdies and six bogeys.
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Camilo Villegas made five birdies and four bogeys for a 69.
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Arron Oberholser, who has been plagued by injuries this season, made double bogey on 16 but is still tied for third after a two-under 68.
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After opening with a par on No. 10, Sergio Garcia, who is still trying to get over a playoff loss at the British Open, made three consecutive birdies. But he finished with two straight bogeys for an even-par 70. "Unfortunately I'm disappointed in the last two holes, misread both the putts," Garcia said.
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Phil Mickelson had six bogeys and three birdies to shoot 73.
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John Daly was two shots back after a three-under 67, which surprised everyone, including Daly. "I haven't played this course since '94," Daly said. "Didn't play a practice round this week because it was too hot."
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Woods and his caddie, Steve Williams, tried to stay cool in the Tulsa heat. A heat warning is in effect through Sunday as temperatures are expected to be above 100 degrees.
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Woods shot a two-under 33 on his first nine holes but made four bogeys on his second nine to shoot one-over 71. "I felt like I hit the ball better than my score indicates, which is good," Woods said. "That's a good sign heading into the next three days."
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Tiger Woods started on the back nine and made birdies on 10 and 13.
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Rich Beem, the 2002 PGA champ, followed a three-under 33 on the front with a nine-over 44 on the back. He is six over and 11 shots off the lead.
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