Storm Rages at 100 degree PGA Championship

Graeme Storm, 29, took a two-stroke lead with a 65 after the first round at the PGA Championship. It was a long way from 2002, when Storm lost his European Tour Card and worked in a cream cake factory.

The first round at Southern Hills was played in temperatures that soared to 100 degrees + humidity.

John Daly who faced the conditions with cigarettes and diet pop had an unbelievable day, finishing with a 67.

Two players sit at 68, Arron Oberholser and Woody Austin. Seven players, including British Open winner Padraig Harrington, are tied with a 69. Tiger Woods bogeyed two of his last three holes and finished the day at 71. Over the round, Tiger shot four birdies and five bogeys.

Ernie Els is one shot behind Woods and Phil Mickelson is one behind Els.

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