PGA Championship 2022 standings: Live coverage, Tiger Woods score, golf scores today in first round

TULSA, Okla. – The second of four major championships this golf season is officially underway with the 2022 PGA Championship kicking off Thursday morning in Southern Hills. With a star-studded field led by 2007 PGA Championship winner Tiger Woods and notably longtime rival and defending champion Phil Mickelson, the Wanamaker Trophy is poised to change hands with no shortage of stories.

On Thursday, Rory McIlroy moved to the forefront of that conversation with an open 5 Under 65 to take the clubhouse lead in the morning wave. The two-time PGA Championship winner set himself on course to win a third time at the event by grinding the tough conditions to make seven birdies on a course that so far has been tough (and will likely continue to do so). do as conditions firm up). Woods’ start to the week decided he didn’t have the same luster as his counterpart, as he struggled with his approach game and shot a first-round 4 of 74.

McIlroy set the bar early for the peloton, but the world numbers 1, 2 and 3 – Scottie Scheffler, Jon Rahm and Collin Morikawa – have only just started their first lap. The afternoon wave should have a chance to threaten the top of the leaderboard, giving us an exciting end to day one in Southern Hills.

CBS Sports will update this story with PGA Championship scores and highlights below. Check out the live scores at the top of this story, a more detailed ranking, Tour 1 departure times and our complete TV Schedule / PGA Championship Coverage Guide.

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