Tiger Woods started so well at the PGA Championship, his first round beginning with a smooth, easy birdie on the very first hole at Southern Hills Country Club. But as his day progressed, things got harder — his body started to fail, his game started to falter.
He heads into the second round needing to make a move — to stay within eyesight of contention and to also avoid spending his Friday just trying to make the cut. He’ll be alongside Rory McIlroy, who was the 18-hole leader after a strong opening-round 65 on Thursday, as well as Jordan Spieth, who needs a good round after a slow start.
Everyone is chasing Justin Thomas.
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— ESPN (@espn) May 20, 2022