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GolfCast: Streb ties major mark

For the third time in the past six rounds, a pro golfer tied the lowest score in major history. On Friday, Robert Streb's 63 accomplished the feat to hold a share of the 36-hole lead at the PGA Championship.

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Spieth: Official approved shot off cart path

PGA of America official Brad Gregory signed off on Jordan Spieth's seventh-hole shot after multiple chances of getting relief when his ball landed near a puddle on a golf-cart path.

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Spieth struggling with putting at USA PGA (3:27)
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PGA issues apology for wrong pin placement

Officials at the PGA Championship were forced to issue an apology Friday after it was discovered that the 10th tee placement was incorrect to start second-round play at Baltusrol.

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Walker in the lead after first round of PGA Championship (2:29)
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McIlroy struggles, Walker shines at PGA Championship (2:08)
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Watson's birdie putt just drops in (0:18)
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Johnson tied for 143rd at PGA after opening 77

Dustin Johnson opened the PGA Championship on Thursday with a 7-over 77, putting golf's most consistent player this year in a tie for 143rd place.

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Aces hard to come by in Round 1 grades

Not a single top-10 player in the world aced their first-round PGA Championship grade -- but a club pro did. Michael Collins hands out the hardware from Day 1.

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Day: Energy was zapped by group's struggles (0:35)
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Day impresses in first round at PGA Championship (1:08)
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Leader Walker happy with putting game (0:46)
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Across the Pond: European players to keep an eye on (2:34)
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Mirim Lee sets pace at Women's British Open

South Korean Mirim Lee equalled the lowest round in Ricoh Women's British Open history with a stunning opening 62 to establish a three-shot lead at Woburn.

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Stenson: There's been a lot of excitement (1:16)

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Phil Mickelson on opening triple: "I think in the history of the PGA Championship, that's the worst start ever. I'd have to look that up."

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Rory McIlroy after missed cut: "If you gave anyone else in the field my tee shots this week, they'd be up near the top of the leaderboard."

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Robert Streb joins Club 63; also includes Jack Nicklaus, Michael Bradley, Tiger Woods, Hiroshi Iwata, Phil Mickelson, Jodie Mudd. Some club.

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Rory McIlroy with the three-chip bogey on the last to miss the cut. What an ugly way to miss the cut.

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There's never been a 62 in a major championship, but there have now been 30 instances of 63, the latest being Robert Streb, who posted the number today to move into a share of the lead.

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Robert Streb! That's a 63 -- the 30th-ever 63 in major championship history. He ties the record and is tied for the lead.

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Jason Day makes par on the 17th hole. He's 5-under for his round going to the final tee -- and that's with a double-bogey and a bogey.

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It hasn't been a great year for Robert Streb, with exactly zero top-10 finishes in 19 previous starts, but something is clicking for him this week, as back-to-back birdies have moved him to 8-under, just one off the lead with two holes left to play.

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Jason Day just played his last nine holes in 7-under 26. That's right, 26.

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Jimmy Walker bogeys his last hole of the day. That'll make dinner taste a little worse, as the saying goes. But it's still a 65-66 start for him and he leads by two right now.

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This is getting a little ridiculous now. Jason Day has posted seven birdies in his last eight holes. He's now 7-under for the tournament, moving all the way up to a share of second place, behind only Jimmy Walker.

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Jason Day on Wednesday: "I'm not coming into this week expecting a lot." Ah, the ol' "underpromise and overdeliver" strategy.

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That's 6-for-7 now for Jason Day. Decent little birdie percentage.

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Jason Day made headlines this week when he said Wednesday morning that he still hadn't stepped foot on any of Baltusrol's holes yet. Apparently that hasn't hurt him much. The defending champion has birdied five of his last six holes and is now in a share of fifth place at 5-under.