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PGA Golf News (Yahoo! Sports) - 07/29/16
When the first round of the PGA Championship was over there was plenty to talk about and a whole lot to look forward to. There was the surprise leader in Jimmy Walker who posted a 5-under 65 in the morning and the shocking round of 77 from U.S. Open champion Dustin Johnson and the rather surprising 74 from Rory McIlroy. Walker was far from a runaway leader with three golfers one stroke back and four more two behind including British Open champion Henrik Stenson.
(Reuters) - German Stephan Jaeger completed a historical first when he shot a 12-under-par 58 on the PGA Tour's secondary Web.com Tour in California on Thursday. Jaeger became the first player to shoot 58 on either of the main North America-based circuits, bettering the 59 recorded six times on the PGA Tour and five times on the secondary one.
By Liana B. Baker SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Sweden's Henrik Stenson and the United States' Bubba Watson will be vying for a gold medal in golf's return to the Olympics after 112 years, an event with less buzz than many in the sport had hoped for due to some high-profile no-shows. Watson and Stenson, ranked No. 1 and No. 2 respectively in the Olympics field of 60 players, will be missing some familiar foes, since the top four men in the world -- Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy -- have controversially decided not to play in the competition, which takes place between Aug. 11 and 14.
Stephan Jaeger shot a 12-under 58 on Thursday in the Web.com Tour's Ellie Mae Classic for the lowest score in major tour play. ''It went in a little fast for my liking,'' Jaeger said about his final putt. Jaeger broke the Web.com Tour record of 59 held by Notah Begay III, Doug Dunakey, Jason Gore, Will Wilcox and Russell Knox.
By Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey (Reuters) - Texan Jimmy Walker has been working mighty hard to turn his game around and thinks it is only fair to see some results. At venerable Baltusrol Golf Club on Thursday, Walker enjoyed the fruits of his labors and the sight of birdie putts falling into the cup as he claimed the first-round lead at the PGA Championship. Walker, who won five tournaments over the previous two seasons but has not cracked into the top 10 of an event since early March, collected six birdies and one bogey in registering a five-under 65 for a one-shot lead in the year's final major.