3:26 A look back at the best events from the eventful inaugural tour of the PGA 103 Championship on Kiawah Island’s Ocean Course, where Corey Conners liked to catch a glimpse of the best events from the eventful inaugural round of the PGA 103 Championships on Ocean Course on Kiawah Island, Corey Conners liked Corey Conners, taking the lead in the first round at PGA 103 as Brooks Koepka defied expectations to enter the competition on Kiawah Island. Connors fired five goals under 67 to take a two-shot lead on the field, with Kopka leading the chasing group alongside Sam Horsfield of England, Victor Hovland and former champion Keegan Bradley, but it was a tough day for the favorites before the tournament. Rory McCleroy: Despite the renewed confidence he gained from winning the Wells Fargo Championship earlier this month, McIlroy caused a mess of the five players in the ocean tour and sank three of the four long holes in 75, the same result he played- Partner and Scientist # 2, Justin Thomas. But the third member of their group was flying high while Koepka recovered from an unfortunate first hole that left him “feeling like an idiot”, a double ghost six in X followed by a selection of brilliance that gave him the Wanamaker’s Cup in 2018 and 2019, Brooks Koepka made a shocking but hey start He recovered for filming 69 Birdies on 11 and 13, as he repaired the damage to his choppy start, diluting his second from a sandy litter area to a pile of thick grass a few yards in front of him, forcing him to stab his third back into the waterway. After covering the back nine at 36 through, Koepka digs 25 feet for a bird in fourth position to start a series of Three Birds in four holes before likening in an early club match the goal set by Bradley, with Hoffland also at home on three under with his opening of four Birds, but were later overtaken by the brilliant Conners, who finished second in a row at 10th in the Masters in April and continued to do so. Impressive main shape w with the signature round for first-day late-starters. 1:22 Get ready for the best action from Corey Conners ‘opening round 67 at the PGA Championship, giving the Canadian a two-shot lead on Kiawah Island Take back the best of Corey Conners’ inaugural round in the 67th round in the PGA Championship, giving the Canadian a two-shot lead on Kiawah Island, Al Kindi skipped three of the first seven holes before recovering one as he crossed the green as he approached ninth, and made good four points in each of the pair’s five on the back of nine on each side of the reward bird at fifteenth, jolting in a massive 55-inch long shot Feet from the green. “I say it’s impossible to be stress-free around this golf course,” said the 29-year-old. “You can’t fall asleep in there with any holes. It’s very difficult, but I was lucky to have had a good day and made it as less stressful as possible on myself.” Poses early in the tour, and that really helped boost the confidence. You know, I played with a great deal of freedom. Get the best rates and book a tour of one of the 1,700 courses across the UK and Ireland “It was a really private tour, I really did a lot of things and it’s nice to see some mid-range bird tweezers falling into a hole early on, and I felt like I rolled it really well for the rest of the round. Lots of shots had chances to go in and I made some great saves as well. ”Horsfield, a two-time winner of the UK Swing European Tour last year, celebrated his PGA Championship debut with his best round in A major tournament, where he won five birds and came painfully close to another at the end, knocking out from a height of 12 feet, but the 24-year-old, who was mentored as a child by Ian Poulter in Woburn, was not leaving his encouraging day, especially He started the year with a back injury that kept him out of action for four months, and has been praised for working with coach Sean Foley to get back in shape. 1:39 Brooks Copka, the four-time main champion, has recovered from a double-hole ghost to score three under 69 and snatched a share of the club’s lead in the PGA Championship, four-time main champion Brooks Koepka has recovered from an opening-double-stealth hole to spread three Under 69 and grab On a share of the club’s lead in the PGA Championship, “I tore my disc in the back at the end of last year, so he pulled me out for four months and then started,” Horsfield said. “We’re just starting to work on staying tall, behind the ball and giving it a good tear.” Low down, I don’t want to think I’m better than I am or anything else. Just head down, work every day and I’m clearly really happy with the way it all goes. Get out today. Played well, I really felt relaxed and put a good score on the board. ” 2:19 Sam Horsfield considering getting two steps off early lead in the PGA Championship and whether he’s considering a late challenge to qualify for the Ryder Cup, Sam Horsfield reflects on getting two times off the early lead In the PGA Championship and whether he was contemplating a late challenge to qualify for the Ryder Cup, Australia’s Cam Davis also secured the 69th round before sunset, while defending champion Colin Morikawa was happy with his first 70 win met by five-time main winner Phil Mickelson and Scottish Martin Laird, Who made four straight birds on his back nine to approach level four before dropping at 17 and 18, Reader Cup captain Padraig Harrington was another veteran who impressed him as he fired 71 goals to match Terrell Hutton’s early efforts, Paul Casey and Tom Lewis and Ricky Fowler, who did a job Good at justifying his own call, having fallen to 128th in the world rankings after a bad streak of performances, but while 30 players finished the day with red numbers, McCleroy, Thomas and world number one Dustin Johnson will need to regroup. Friday to make sure you qualify for the weekend. Live PGA Championship Golf May 21, 2021, 1:00 p.m. Live on McIlroy did a fine job stamping with a ghost after making his opening way in danger on the 10th, quickly taking the card with the Sparrows at 11 and 13 just for playing a weak position in the center The long sixteenth and ran on his first six times, the winner twice dropped three shots in five holes in the lead nine, and also missed the seventh goal to slip into three with Thomas, while Johnson was pulling back again after 76 crowned with six double ghosts at the end. .