First Day of the PGA Championship

After the first round of the PGA Championship, Jason Day and Brendon Todd lay on top of the leaderboard at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, both shooting five-under par on the day. Day looked like he was under control of his swing as he went the entire round without a single bogey. Todd has been extremely confident this season, already winning twice on the tour within the last few months. There was a lot of entertainment provided for the fans on Thursday when Bryson DeChambeau leaned on his driver causing the club head to fall off. The PGA tours biggest hitter, averaging a distance of 324.4 yards, joked that he was trying to hit the ball too hard. Tiger Woods also had himself a nice day, finishing alongside DeChambeau at two-under par. Mcllroy, Thomas, and Woods will look to continue to creep up the leaderboard when they tee off at 4:58 p.m. EDT.