Number of double bogeys that Tiger Woods made in a first-round 2-over 72 in the PGA Championship on Thursday. Woods, starting on the back nine at Bethpage State Park's Black Course in Farmingdale, N.Y., made 6 on the par-4 10th and added a double bogey from a bunker on the par-3 17th before making the turn in 3-over 38. He posted two birdies and an eagle to get to 1 under on his homeward nine before squashing that momentum with bogeys on three of his final five holes. Woods, 43, who won the Masters five weeks ago in his most recent competition, stood nine shots off the pace entering today’s second round (scores).
Number of birdies, against no bogeys, for American Brooks Koepka as he shot 63 to open a three-stroke lead after the first round of the PGA Championship in Farmingdale, N.Y. Koepka, who started on the 10th hole at Bethpage State Park’s Black Course, rolled in a 33½-foot putt on his final hole, the par-4 ninth, to get to 7 under as he opened defense of his 2018 PGA title (scores).
Score for American Ryan Brehm, who stood 7 under and atop the leaderboard at the Web.com Tour’s Knoxville Open. Brehm bogeyed the first hole at Fox Den Country Club in Knoxville, Tenn., and then made eight birdies, including on two of his last three holes, to open a one-stroke lead (scores).
Score for American Danielle Ammaccapane, who led the U.S. Senior Women’s Open at Pine Needles Lodge in Southern Pines, N.C. Ammaccapane, a seven-time winner on the LPGA in the 1990s, held a one-stroke lead over Americans Nanci Bowen and Barbara Moxness and Sweden’s Liselotte Neumann (scores).
Number of players – 24 five-woman teams and 12 individuals from non-qualifying teams – who will compose the field for the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship, which begins today at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark. After 54 holes of stroke play, the field will be cut to the low 15 teams and nine individuals from non-qualifying teams for an additional 18 holes of stroke play Monday. The individual medalist will be crowned, and the low eight teams will advance to match play, which will be played Tuesday-Wednesday (tee times).
Aggregate score after 36 holes for four co-leaders at the Symetra Tour’s Symetra Classic in Davidson, N.C. Spain’s Fatima Fernandez Cano (71), Ireland’s Leona Maguire (69), Australia’s Stephanie Na (68) and South Korea’s Eun Jeong Seong (70) were tied at 5 under entering today’s final round at River Run Country Club (scores).