2010 PGA Championship First Round

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Fog blanketed the Straits Course Thursday morning, delaying the start of the tournament for three hours.
2 of 21 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
shot a six-over 78 on Thursday.
3 of 21 John Biever/SI
won the PGA Championship in 2008.
4 of 21 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
Harrington got into a little trouble at the par-3 17th.
5 of 21 John Biever/SI
who played with Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh, did not have his best game early on Thursday but recovered to shoot even par.
6 of 21 John Biever/SI
is playing in only his second tournament since coming back from a thumb injury.
7 of 21 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
had a disappointing start to the tournament, finishing four over.
8 of 21 John Biever/SI
shot a one-over 73 on Thursday.
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The par-4, 389-yard 10th hole.
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won his first PGA Tour event at this year's Travelers Championship. Watson has not played his best at the PGA Championship. In three tries, he has finished T70 and been cut twice.
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is looking to cap a superb rookie season with a major championship victory.
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is playing on an exemption earned from his 1991 PGA Championship win at Crooked Stick.
13 of 21 John Biever/SI
used the weather delay to get some extra practice on the range.
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Woods started the round birdie-birdie, but cooled off toward the end, finishing one under.
15 of 21 John Biever/SI
A win this week at Whistling Straits would give Woods his fifth PGA Championship title and his 15th major.
16 of 21 John Biever/SI
Woods finished T24 at the 2004 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits.
17 of 21 Fred Vuich/SI
is trying to win two majors in a year for the first time in his career.
18 of 21 Fred Vuich/SI
Due to the fog delay, Mickelson will finish his round Friday morning.
19 of 21 Fred Vuich/SI
recent inspired play continued on Thursday at Whistling Straits.
20 of 21 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
Martin Kaymer, here atop a valley of bunkers, went par, eagle, birdie to start his round.
21 of 21 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
finished T3 at this year's British Open. He's looking to finish two spots higher this week to win his first major.