The first players are finishing their rounds at Oakland Hills Country Club outside of Detroit. Somewhere on his island kingdom in Florida Tiger Woods is not even bothering to watch. Meanwhile golf fans who are stuck at their desks would do anything to be able to skip out of work and listen to the dulcet tones of Ernie Johnson and Benjamin Franklin/Verne Lundquist on TNT. So far two people you've never heard of are in the clubhouse at -2, Robert Karlsson and Jeev Mikha Singh. If you've been watching at all you know how miserable the rough is. Any shot that isn't in the fairway is a complete disaster. Prior to teeing off some called it the hardest course they'd ever seen. Even still, the weather is perfect, and the scores haven't been bad. Unless you're Bradley Dean and you put up an 86 +16. Ouch. Other notables that are hanging around the top of the leaderboard include: Sergio Garcia at -1, the newly svelte Phil Mickelson at even (in typical Phil fashion with five bogies and five birdies), Anthony Kim at even, and, even though he's only through five holes, Padraig Harrington is already at -3. John Daly is sober and at even par through four holes. PGA Championship Leaderboard [CBS]