Hideki Matsuyama bogeys the first, giving Kevin Kisner the outright lead at -8. We’ve seen lots of bogeys on the first today – including Rickie Fowler, Paul Casey, Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka and Patrick Reed – and not a single birdie. Meanwhile, Louis Oosthuizen managed to save par on the second after his tee shot went awry.
Louis did WHAT?!#PGAChamp pic.twitter.com/fA1bDQcpu0
Right in time for the leaders. Thanks, Scott. The final group of Jason Day, Hideki Matsuyama and Kevin Kisner have just teed off. They’ll hopefully fare better on the first hole than Francesco Molinari did moments ago. The 34-year-old from Turin, whose 64 yesterday was the lowest score ever shot by an Italian at a major, put his drive off the first tee into the rough, his second shot into a fairway bunker and from there scrambled to make double bogey. That drops him to -3 and five shots off the pace.