PGA Championship Leaderboard (Update): Steve Strickler Leads Heading Into Second Day

After the first day of the 2011 PGA Championship, Steve Strickler leads by two strokes over Jerry Kelly, with Shaun Micheel and Scott Verplank next on the leaderboard, followed by a crowd at -2. Adam Scott is as -1, while Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy and others are at even. Here's a look at the leaders.

1. Steve Strickler -7 / 63
2. Jerry Kelly -5 / 65
3. Shaun Micheel -4 /66
4. Scott Verplank -3 / 67
5. Brendon de Jonge -2 / 68
5. Matteo Manassero
5. Davis Love III
5. John Senden
5. Bill Haas
5. Brandt Jobe
5. Anders Hansen
5. Simon Dyson
13. Bob Sowards -1 / 69
13. Adam Scott
13. Stewart Cink
13. Brendan Steele
13. Brian Davis
13. Miguel Angel Jimenez
13. Mark Wilson
13. Trevor Immelman
13. D.A. Points
13. Ricky Barnes
23. Gary Woodland E / 70
23. Jason Dufner
23. Luke Donald
23. Nick Watney
23. K.J. Choi
23. Robert Garrigus
23. Alexander Noren
23. Pablo Larrazabal
23. Jhonattan Vegas
23. Robert Karlsson
23. Rory McIlroy
23. Camilo Villegas
23. Michael Bradley

Phil Mickelson is among those at +1. Tiger Woods, meanwhile, had a tough first day with an awful +7, and is ranked 129th.

For a full leaderboard, head over to the PGA's official site.

For more on the 2011 PGA Championship, stay tuned to this storystream.

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