DEUTSCHE BANK CHAMPIONSHIP Phil Mickelson and Brian Davis share lead at 63 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jared Wickerham/Getty Images Long-hitting Bubba Watson played a shot on the seventh hole. He could manage only an even-par 71. Jared Wickerham/Getty Images Jason Dufner, recent winner of the PGA Championship, teed off on the fourth hole. He shot a 5-under 66. Jared Wickerham/Getty Images Tiger Woods, who posted a 3-under 68, hit out of the rough on No. 4. CJ GUNTHER/EPA Masters champion Adam Scott escaped from a bunker on the 14th hole. He would shoot a 73. Stew Milne/Associated Press Tiger Woods held his follow-through high as he hit out of the rough on No. 13. Stew Milne/Associated Press First-round coleader Phil Mickelson took a healthy cut on his tee shot at No. 2. BRIAN SNYDER/REUTERS Tiger Woods looked askance after missing a birdie putt on 14. BRIAN SNYDER/REUTERS Brian Davis of Britain thanked the gallery for its support as he walked off with a round of 63, tied for the lead. Jared Wickerham/Getty Images Sporting stylish purple pants, Hunter Mahan lined up a putt on the third green. He shot a stylish 65. CJ GUNTHER/EPA After a wayward tee shot on No. 9 (his final hole), Phil Mickelson had to poke a shot out the woods. He made bogey to finish at 63. CJ GUNTHER/EPA This putt on No. 9 had Tiger Woods back on his heels. CJ GUNTHER/EPA Phil Mickelson hit from the fairway on No. 5, which he would par. CJ GUNTHER/EPA After bogeying the first hole, defending champion Rory McIlroy tossed his ball into the woods. Jared Wickerham/Getty Images Zach Johnson, who shot 69, rolled a putt on the sixth green. Jared Wickerham/Getty Images Ernie Els, a four-time major champion, showed his elegant form on this approach to the ninth hole. Stew Milne/Associated Press Bob Estes had a tough lie on his second shot at 14, but managed to get it out. Stew Milne/Associated Press Spanish star Sergio Garcia, on the way to a sparkling 65, got into the swing of things with his tee ball on 14. Stew Milne/Associated Press US Open champion Justin Rose acknowledged the applause after sinking a putt on the eighth green. Jim Rogash/Getty Images Englishman Lee Westwood, owner of a first-round 66, chipped onto the 13th green. Jim Rogash/Getty Images Driver in hand, Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland surveyed the scene from the 14th tee. CJ GUNTHER/EPA Rory McIlroy chipped from the rough onto the ninth green. Jim Rogash/Getty Images Roberto Castro used a little body English on the ninth fairway. Jim Rogash/Getty Images Stewart Cink and his caddie conferred on the 14th tee; Cink was pointed toward a round of 66. Jared Wickerham/Getty Images Ian Poulter of England contemplated a putt on the eighth green. BRIAN SNYDER/REUTERS It was indeed a fist-pumping day for Phil Mickelson, who shares the lead heading into the second round.