After 10 holes, tournament favorite Tiger Woods has earned himself a spot in the top 10 at two strokes under par. After a pair of bogeys early in his round on Thursday that dropped him to one over par, a pair of birdies have got Woods back on track.
In his grouping is the defending champion of the PGA Championship, Keegan Bradley, who is coming off a win in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in the weekend prior. Bradley started with a birdie and an eagle in his first two holes of the tournament, but has since slowed at one under par through 10 holes.
Leading the tournament early is Joost Luiten of Netherlands, who is five under par through his first seven holes of the tournament.
The entire leaderboard at the 2012 PGA Championship can be found at Golf.com.
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