• The opening round at Oak Hill will be remembered as a scoring day for most of the players. Adam Scott and Jim Furyk took the lead after day one, but a ton of big names were able to post rounds in red figures. Rain on Wednesday night added the players, making greens a bit more receptive to full shots, and it was a birdie-filled Thursday at the PGA Championship.
• Tiger Woods got off to a hot start on Thursday at the PGA Championship, making two birdies over his first nine holes to get to 2-under and near the top of the leaderboard. That all went out the door when Tiger got to his last hole, the par-4 9th. Woods had to settle for a double-bogey on his final hole, dropping him from 1-under to 1-over and well back of the lead at Oak Hill. It wasn't exactly a horrible start for Tiger's bid for a 15th major, but it wasn't what he wanted either.
• Phil Mickelson had some kind of roller coaster day as he looks to make it two-for-two in major championships. A bogey at the third and a double at the fourth had him 3-over early in his round, but four birdies in the middle of his round got him back to red figures. It was a final hole double-bogey that gave all that effort back as Mickelson joined Woods at 1-over with three rounds to play.
• Jim Furyk might have that U.S. Open on his résumé, but he hasn't had a ton of success at the PGA Championship over the years. No worries, as Furyk got off to an incredibly hot start on Thursday at Oak Hill with a round of 5-under 65. Furyk made six birdies and looked like he would end his round bogey-free, but the same hole that got Tiger at the conclusion of his round bit Furyk, who made bogey to miss out on tying the course record at Oak Hill.
Adam Scott, the 2013 Masters champion, is looking to add a second major to his already great season, joining Furyk atop the leaderboard at 5-under. Scott had a chance to go really low on Thursday at Oak Hill, burning the edge of the hole on both 13 and 15 for birdie, and despite dropping a shot on the 16th was able to roll in a good par save at the last to save his round.
This approach shot for former PGA Championship Martin Kaymer turned out to be perfect, dropping for an eagle on the par-5 13th.
This shot of Paul Casey, taken by Streeter Lecka, was an incredible one and his round followed suit, posting a round of 3-under 67 on Thursday.
The second round kicks off early on Friday morning, with Phil Mickelson, Adam Scott and Justin Rose going off at 8:35 a.m. ET and Tiger Woods going late at 1:45 p.m. ET.
The rest of the second round tee times are right here, so check out what time all the players will go off on Friday morning at Oak Hill.
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