Lee Westwood, of England, shook hands with his caddie after firing a 6-under par 65 first round at the PGA Championship at Valhalla in Louisville. It was his lowest score ever in a major (and he's played in 67 of them).
Lee Westwood, of England, shook hands with his caddie after firing a 6-under par 65 first round at the PGA Championship at Valhalla in Louisville. It was his lowest score ever in a major (and he's played in 67 of them). AP
Lee Westwood, of England, shook hands with his caddie after firing a 6-under par 65 first round at the PGA Championship at Valhalla in Louisville. It was his lowest score ever in a major (and he's played in 67 of them). AP

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