Ryan Palmer shoots 63 to lead Deutsche Bank ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Ross Kinnaird/Getty World No. 1 Rory Mcllroy, who opened with a 70, hits his approach on 18. Ross Kinnaird/Getty Matt Jones releases his follow-through after his tee shot on No. 11. Jim Rogash/Getty Englishman Ian Poulter gets a read on a putt on the fifth green. Stew Milne/AP Ryo Ishikawa (white shirt) and Justin Hicks (blue shirt) help Phil Mickelson look for his ball in a hazard on the second hole. Ross Kinnaird/Getty Hunter Mahan blasts from a greenside bunker on the third hole. HERB SWANSON/EPA US Open champion Martin Kaymer and his caddie line up a putt on the eighth hole. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Adam Scott knocks it onto the 18th green. Jim Rogash/Getty Hunter Mahan tees off on the fourth hole. Jared Wickerham/Getty Gary Woodland negotiates a downhill lie on the 15th hole. Jared Wickerham/Getty Early leader Keegan Bradley reacts to a missed putt on the 13th green. Jim Rogash/Getty Phil Mickelson escapes a bunker on the eighth hole. Jim Rogash/Getty Andres Romero of Argentina tees off on No. 4. Jim Rogash/Getty Jason Day makes a splash in a bunker on No. 3. Jim Rogash/Getty Justin Hicks applies the body English to his approach on No. 9. Ross Kinnaird/Getty Ryan Moore inspects his club after a shot on 14. Jim Rogash/Getty William McGirt prepares to putt on the third hole. Jim Rogash/Getty Phil Mickelson walks up the sixth fairway.