A beautiful day at the PGA

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A beautiful day at the PGA

Pettersson leads after a solid day in the 60s; McIlroy is 1 back, with Tiger in the hunt
Defending champion Keegan Bradley is two shots back of PGA Championship leader Carl Pettersson after a beautiful morning at Kiawah Island in South Carolina. Bradley birdied and eagled the first two holes on his way to a 68 that made him just one in a field of 60s on the all-around solid first day of the tournament.
Tiger Woods looked sharp while making three consecutive birdies but finished with a 69 following an uneven round. “So it’s one of those days where everyone’s going to shoot 6, 7, 8 under par, but the wind kicked up a little bit, and it changed things quite a bit,” Woods said.
Rory McIlroy took advantage of a calm morning at Kiawah Island to shoot a second-place 67. He’ll be a condentor if he can build on the steady, bogey-free first round. “I really felt like we had to take advantage of the conditions,” McIlroy said. “I’m expecting this to be the best day of the week.”
Carl Pettersson was right on target Thursday, shooting a leading 66.

A beautiful day at the PGA

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Defending champion Keegan Bradley is two shots back of PGA Championship leader Carl Pettersson after a beautiful morning at Kiawah Island in South Carolina. Bradley birdied and eagled the first two holes on his way to a 68 that made him just one in a field of 60s on the all-around solid first day of the tournament.
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Tiger Woods looked sharp while making three consecutive birdies but finished with a 69 following an uneven round. “So it’s one of those days where everyone’s going to shoot 6, 7, 8 under par, but the wind kicked up a little bit, and it changed things quite a bit,” Woods said.
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Rory McIlroy took advantage of a calm morning at Kiawah Island to shoot a second-place 67. He’ll be a condentor if he can build on the steady, bogey-free first round. “I really felt like we had to take advantage of the conditions,” McIlroy said. “I’m expecting this to be the best day of the week.”
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Carl Pettersson was right on target Thursday, shooting a leading 66.
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