Second round groupings and tee times at PGA Championship
Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, and Jim Furyk are all featured in the best round two groups at the PGA Championship.
Jim Furyk and Adam Scott co-lead the PGA Championship after a lengthy first day of play at Oak Hill that included a rain delay, multiple chips for birdie, multiple shots from the fairway for eagle, and a man named Kohki Idoki nearly touching the first-round late in the day.
I expect all of that and more in round two on Friday. Here are your best groupings along with tee times for day two at Oak Hill.
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Tim Clark , Lee Westwood , and Bubba Watson (7:55 a.m.) -- Westwood is just one back (stop me if you've heard this tale before) -- Watson is even par and Clark is 1 under. Great group here.
Rory McIlroy , Vijay Singh , and Martin Kaymer (8:15 a.m.) -- I loved the way McIlroy played on Thursday -- he only shot a 69 but he had it going for a while. Kaymer shot a 68 -- am I the only one who thinks it feels like more than three years ago when he won this tournament?
Adam Scott , Justin Rose , and Phil Mickelson (8:35 a.m.) -- Scott shares the lead and Mickelson shares "craziest athlete on earth" with the likes of Mario Balloteli and Stephen Jackson. Must see stuff in this group.
Jim Furyk , Thomas Bjorn , and Peter Uihlein (1:55 p.m.) -- Furyk is your co-leader with Scott.
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