Photos from first round of 2009 PGA Championship

1 of 21 Robert Beck/SI
continued his good momentum and took the early lead at Hazeltine with a five-under 67.
2 of 21 Fred Vuich/SI
had a rough day of it, skulling this shot out of the bunker for a double bogey on five. He shot one-over 73.
3 of 21 John Biever/SI
, runner up at last year's PGA Championship, shot one-under 71.
4 of 21 John Biever/SI
looked to be rebounding from a rocky start with four consecutive birdies, but closed with a double bogey on nine, his final hole. He is one over par.
5 of 21 John Biever/SI
made five bogeys and four birdies for a one-over 73.
6 of 21 John Biever/SI
fought his way to one over par despite making seven bogeys.
7 of 21 John Biever/SI
started with a bogey and ended with a birdie. He's two over par.
8 of 21 Fred Vuich/SI
made double bogey on the par-3 fourth. He ended up four over par.
9 of 21 Fred Vuich/SI
shot an even-par 72.
10 of 21 John Biever/SI
Two bogeys later, McIlroy was in the clubhouse at one under par.
11 of 21 John Biever/SI
got off to a hot start with birdies on three of his first six holes.
12 of 21 Fred Vuich/SI
, winner of the 2001 PGA Championship, is in the hunt at three under par.
13 of 21 Robert Beck/SI
Woods was bogey free during his round.
14 of 21 Robert Beck/SI
"I played really well today. I hit just a bunch of good shots," Woods said. "And this round could have been really low. I missed a bunch of putts out there."
15 of 21 Robert Beck/SI
made only one bogey in his opening 68.
16 of 21 John Biever/SI
"If you're playing with [Tiger], first couple of rounds you're a marquee draw. If you're playing with him at the end of the week you're always going to be in contention," Harrington said after playing with the world's No. 1 Thursday. "If you don't want to be in that spot, you shouldn't be playing golf."
17 of 21 Fred Vuich/SI
struggled in just his second tournament since the U.S. Open.
18 of 21 Fred Vuich/SI
He shot a two-over 74.
19 of 21 John Biever/SI
made only one bogey — on his final hole, nine — to finish at three under par.
20 of 21 John Biever/SI
is in contention, two strokes behind Woods, at three under par.
21 of 21 Fred Vuich/SI
made a triple bogey on the par-3 eighth in his opening-round 75.