PGA Championship: Rory McIlroy impresses as Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth struggle in Southern Hills | Golf News


Rory McIlroy set the tone for Tulsa after a five-under 65 while Jordan Spieth began his career Grand Slam bid with a two-over 72; Tiger Woods is nine behind after a first round 74 – Watch the PGA Championship all week long live on Sky Sports Golf

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Rory McIlroy birdied four in a row to take the tournament lead in the first round of the PGA Championship

Rory McIlroy birdied four in a row to take the tournament lead in the first round of the PGA Championship

Rory McIlroy ended his scorching first-round majors record to take the lead on day one of the 104th PGA Championship at Southern Hills.

McIlroy had posted a combined 35-over-par total in the first round of majors since last winning the 2014 PGA Championship, including one of 73 at the Masters last month, to improve on that stat by dominating his star-studded group on the opening day in Tulsa.

Rory McIlroy targets fifth major win and first since 2014

Rory McIlroy targets fifth major win and first since 2014

Playing alongside Jordan Spieth – career Grand Slam chaser – and Tiger Woods, who won the 13th of his 15 majors when this venue last hosted the event in 2007, McIlroy has cleared the field and set up an imposing clubhouse goal with an impressive five-under 65.

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