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Four-time Grand Slam champion Rory McIlroy was the leader of the club, but rising Australian Lucas Herbert was the surprising player on a brutal afternoon in South Hills.

Herbert boldly announced that he could win the Masters last month. He missed the cut.

But the 26-year-old from Bendigo held the top spot at the PGA Championship, finishing at 2 under despite a few late hiccups.

The course conditions got tougher in the afternoon, the wind started to pick up, the greens got firmer, and Herbert hit a staggering 4-under five on a par-5, but a par-three on the sixth. The hole was a par because it was a little longer from the hole. Tee and two putters.

He solidified back-to-back pars, but then conceded another ball to end his round.

Tied for seventh with Herbert is compatriot Cameron Smith.

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World No. 1 Scottie Schaeffler nearly collapsed in the afternoon as the Masters champion yelled at himself after hitting again on the 17th hole – his fifth of the round A bogey — when his par putt went over the hole, he was back in an over-par position.

But after dropping 18, the 25-year-old hit an unbelievable approach and a putt for par was a relief to finish with an over-par 71.

American young gunner Will Zalatoris was four under for second in a three-way tie with compatriot Tom Hoge and veteran Matt Kuchar.

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Tiger Woods struggled to shoot a 4-over 74 in the opening round of the PGA Championship on Thursday.

Woods announced before the game that he could win a major, but he was thwarted by poor irons and a surgically repaired sore right leg.

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Australia’s top-ranked player Smith finished at 2 under, making him a combo.

It was a strong rebound from Smith, who was 2 over on nine holes before turning around for five birdies before bogeying for a 68.

Jason Day was threatened at the stage, but remained in the mix in a single game.

Fellow Australians Cam Davis and Marc Leishman finished with two overs, while Matt Jones and Min Woo Lee finished with three overs and Adam Scott finished the night with seven overs.

Australian Lucas Herbert and his caddie Nick Pugh during the first round of the 2022 PGA Championship at South Hills.Photo: Getty ImagesSource: AFP

Tiger limp to 74

The 15-time major champion is recovering from a serious leg injury in a February 2021 crash at the Masters last month, where he struggled for 72 holes and finished 47th.

In the second game of his comeback tour, Woods was buoyed by a cheering crowd Thursday at South Hills, where he started with birdies on the par-4 and par-3 10th and 14th holes, before his Stamina and stamina start to wear off.

“My legs didn’t feel as good as I would have liked,” Woods said. “We will begin the recovery process and continue tomorrow.”

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Woods, 46, said he couldn’t put his full force into his swing due to pain in his right leg, which is held together with rods, pins and screws.

“Well, I just can’t load it,” Woods said. “It hurts to load, it hurts to press down, it hurts to walk, it hurts to twist.

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“It’s just golf. If I don’t, then I’m fine.”

Woods, the former world No. 8 and now No. 818, made three straight bogeys from the 18th hole and ended with back-to-back bogeys, and as his stamina waned and his irons waned, he more often Find long grass and sandpits.

“I drove well, but my irons weren’t very good. I didn’t hit the ball very close,” Woods said. “I had a great start but didn’t continue. I really didn’t give myself any chance to find birdies.

“I’ve been trying to get the ball to the green and I’ve missed a lot of irons in both directions. It’s been a frustrating day.”

Woods struggled in the bunker and couldn’t stop him from hitting the ball near the hole.

“All the bunker shots were hot,” Woods said.

“Sand is a lot quicker than I thought, especially if you’re getting up in an area that hasn’t been raked.

“Sometimes it’s sand, I guess, I guessed wrong.”

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McIlroy wins at PGA

McIlroy, chasing his first major since 2014, grabbed the clubhouse lead in Thursday’s opening round,

With four straight birdies, his longest in a major, McIlroy shot a 5-under 65 at South Mountain.

McIlroy’s last major victory came at the 2014 PGA, where he started on the back nine in front of a large crowd with 15-time major champion Woods and Jordan Spieth.

“It’s been a great start to the tournament,” McIlroy said. “I had a very solid round.”

McIlroy, who has not led or shared the lead after any majors since the 2014 PGA, battled a poor major start, but the Masters runner-up caught back-to-back 12th-15th holes 4 little birds.

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How to watch

Watch this year’s PGA Championship exclusively on Fox Sports and Kayo Sports.

Main coverage starts Friday at 4am EST, with featured panels also available Thursday at 10.58pm EST.

2022 PGA Championship Round 1 Kickoff Times (AEST; Australia highlighted in bold)

Tee 1

10:00pm – John Daly, Shaun Michele, YE Yang

10:11pm – Takumi Kanaya, Matthew Bolchet, Troy Merritt

10:22pm – Dean Burmester, Kyle Mendoza, Chris Kirk

10:33pm – Nic Ishee, Mito Pereira, Sam Horsfield

10:44pm – Kevin Streilman, Sean Norris, Carlos Ortiz

10:55pm – Matt Kuchar, Cameron DavisHoshino Rokuya

11:06pm. —Stuart Cink, Jason Dufner, Padraig Harrington

11:17pm. – Kramer Hickok, Abraham Ancer, Thomas Peters

11:28pm. —Richard Brand, Matt JonesGarrick Egg

11:39pm. – Beau Hossler, Tom Hoge, Si Woo Kim

11:50pm. –Sean Warren, Pablo Larazabal, Ryan Fox

12:01 AM. —Zach Oakley, Yuki Inamori, Sebastian Munoz

12:12pm – Brendan Steele, Casey Pyne, Bio Kim

3:30am – Ryan Brehm, Wyatt Worthington II, Lee Min Woo

3:41am – Nicolai Hojgaard, Sean McCarty, Justin Harding

3:52am – Cameron Tringale, Hudson Swafford, Adam Hadwin

4:03am – Shane Lowry, Brooks Koepka, Adam Scott

4:14 a.m. – Dustin Johnson, Patrick Cantlay, Justin Thomas

4:25 a.m.— Jason DayRicky Fowler, Harold Varner III

4:36 am – Jon Rahm, Colin Morikawa, Scotty Schaeffler

4:47am – Daniel Berger, Louis Oosthuizen, Ian Poulter

4:58 a.m. – Kevin Kisner, Tommy Fleetwood, Billy Horscher

5:09 a.m. – Sergio Garcia, Charles Schwarzer, Matthew Fitzpatrick

5:20am – Harry Higgs, Joaquin Niemann, Eric Van Ruyen

5:31am – Alex Beach, Bernd Wiesberger, Jhonattan Vegas

5:42am – Jared Jones, Aaron Wise, Joel Damen

Tee number 10

10:05pm. —Ryan Palmer, Robert McIntyre, Alex Noren

10:16pm – Adri Arnaus, Colin Inglis, Jinichiro Kozuma

10:27pm – Mackenzie Hughes, Michael Block, Sadom Kaewkanjana

10:38 p.m. – Hideki Matsuyama, Zand Schauffele, Tony Furno

10:49pm – Tyrell Hatton, Bryson DeChambeau, Max Houma

11:00 PM – Viktor Hovland, Will Zalatoris, Cameron Smith

11:11pm – Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods

11:22pm – Patrick Reed, Justin Rose, Bubba Watson

11:33pm – Kevin Na, Lucas Glover, Daniel van Tonder

11:44pm – Cameron Young, Sam Burns, Davis Riley

11:55pm – Francesco Molinari, Lee Westwood, Gary Woodland

12:06am – Brian Harman, Ryan Vermeer, Oliver Bekker

12:17am – Dylan Newman, Lanto Griffin, Laurie Kanter

3:25am – Brandon Bingaman, Talor Gooch, Ryosuke Kinoshita

3:36am – Tim Feenstra, Anirban Lahiri, Kyoung-Hoon Lee

3:47am – Rich Beem, Jesse Mueller, Alex Cejka

3:58am – Russell Knox, Seamus Power, Scott Stallings

4:09am – Jason Kokrak, Corey Conners, Christiaan Bezuidenhout

4:20am – Martin Kemer, Mark LeishmanKeegan Bradley

4:31am – Zach Johnson, Russell Henry, Cameron Champ

4:42 a.m. – Webb Simpson, Brandon Grace, Henrik Stenson

4:53am – Sepp Straka, JJ Spaun, Adam Schenk

5:04 a.m. – Matthew Wolfe, Joo-hyung Kim, Keith Mitchell

5:15am – Chad Ramey, Austin Hurt, Lucas Herbert


5:26am – Tyler Collette, Kim Chen, Maverick McNealy

5:37 a.m. – Luke Lister, Paul Dickinson, Barton Kizil

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