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Following 13 months away, significant title golf came back with a blast Thursday at TPC Harding Park.
The first round of the 2020 PGA Championship saw a large group of previous significant heroes present great opening scores on set themselves in a place to guarantee the principal significant title of 2020
At the point when the residue chose Thursday, 2015 PGA champion Jason Day and Brendon Todd were the pioneers at 5-under-standard, with a large group of players including Brooks Koepka, Xander Schauffele and Justin Rose one took shots back at 4-under.
On the off chance that the first round had you as eager and anxious as ever, at that point should lock in for what’s certain to be a momentous second round.
Friday at TPC Harding Park will be stuffed with storylines as the world’s best hope to place themselves in the best situation to battle toward the end of the week.
Everyone’s eyes Friday ought to be on Day and the huge names pursuing him. The 32-year-old has battled with his game as of late, yet he showed up at Harding Park after three sequential top-10 completions. Day based on that positive force in the first round, with all features of his game driving him to an intruder free 5-under-standard 65.
“I feel like the energy that I’ve had in the course of the last three beginnings has sort of saturated for the current week,” Day said after his round. “I’m amped up for – interestingly, consistently I’m eager to return to the green and play, while before I was attempting to get up and going, ‘Goodness, would I like to sort of put myself through this once more?’ To be straightforward, I’m eager to get out and play each week now.”
Day will hope to expand his lead Friday when he jump starts at 1:03 p.m. PT with Martin Kaymer and Jason Dufner.
Going wire-to-wire will be an enormous test for Day, with Koepka, Rose, Schauffele, Tiger Woods, Patrick Reed Gary Woodland, Bryson DeChambeau, Shane Lowry and others all inside three shots of him.
Koepka, who is hoping to turn into the main player to win three straight PGA Championships since Walter Hagen won four out of a column from 1924-27, got looking messy so far Thursday, however bounced back to post 4-under and is prepared to pursue Day and history throughout the end of the week.
“I feel better. I feel certain,” Koepka said after his round. “I’m energized for the following three days. I want to play much better, and simply need to clean a couple of things up, and we’ll be there returned Sunday on the nine.”
Koepka will start at 1:36 p.m. PT on Friday with Woodland and Lowry.