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Things to know after round 1 and start of round 2 of the PGA Championship

The PGA Championship was a huge tournament and for the first time, there were no fans. “It’s just different,” Tiger Woods said. Different but still attractive.

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Brooks Koepka is trying to win the PGA Championship for the third year in a row. He rattled off four birdies to go out in 3-under 32 and followed it up with 1-under 34 on the front. His 66 puts him in pretty good company – which actually includes him.

If that’s true, Koepka will be the first player to win three consecutive PGA Championships.

Koepka said “I feel good. I feel confident. I’m excited for the next three days. I think I can definitely play a lot better, and just need to tidy a few things up, and we’ll be there come Sunday on the back nine. “

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Eight players – Tony Finau, Kevin Kisner, Daniel Berger, Gary Woodland, Alex Noren, Tom Lewis, Haotong Li, and J.T. Poston – shot a 67. Tiger Woods, Bryson DeChambeau, and Adam Scott were among the players with a 68. World No. 1 Justin Thomas shot a 71.

Featured group 1

11:33 a.m. ET: Jon Rahm (E), Phil Mickelson (+2), Sergio Garcia (+3)

4:58 p.m. ET: Tiger Woods (-2), Rory McIlroy (E), Justin Thomas (+1)

Featured group 2

11:22 a.m. ET: Bryson DeChambeau (-2), Adam Scott (-2), Rickie Fowler (+3)

4:36 p.m. ET: Brooks Koepka (-4), Gary Woodland (-3), Shane Lowry (-2)

Zach Johnson has a chance; Zach Johnson has no chance

Zach Johnson shot 66 and is tied for second. Zach Johnson shot 82 and is dead last. Wait … what? OK, so there are two Zach Johnsons in the field. There is a two-time major winner. He’s the one who shot 66 and is in contention.