Up to now, PGA leaderboard reviles the top players of this year PGA Golf Championship tournament, with Rory McIlroy ahead. But, for the next golf game the winners are not participating due to the recovery time. The Wyndham Championship is the next stop on the PGA Tour men's golf schedule in North Carolina, just a few days following from an entrancing PGA Championship major tournament that was hold in New York. On the last PGA leaderboard, Rory McIlroy has topped the winnings in the last three tournaments he played, including Open Championship, WGC-Bridgestone, and a PGA Championship that was hold last Sunday. However, none of the three are participating in the Wyndham Championship today, due to a routinely recovery time for many of the stars of the game to take the week off before or after a major. Today's action will receive three hours of live TV network coverage that will probably have low viewing rating. So who are on the leaderboard for this tournament on day one? On the first day of the golf tournament, Brian Stuard was rated at a top on the PGA leaderboard with an opening round of nine under par with Camilo Villegas is one stroke behind at seven under. Heath Slocum, William McGirt, Webb Simpson, and are current on the same platform at six under. Other several players, including Brandt Snedeker, are all at five under par. Today's Wyndham Championship golf tournament, the PGA leaderboard showed Hath Slocum with a five under par with a total of 130 points. Following Brian Suard with one point behind, with Camilo Villagas falling under two par with 132 point. However, Global Syn-Turf, Inc., who is a leading manufacturing and supplier of synthetic turf, watching how Villegas's positive incentives to take a league in this year's tournament. According to the PGA leaderboard first round leads haven't been so kind to him, because after opening with a 7 under par 63 score on Thursday, he noted to the middle georgia's news source that "I think if I have a good week this week ÃƒÂ¢Ã‚Â€Ã‚Â” not just today but this week ÃƒÂ¢Ã‚Â€Ã‚Â” it'll show that I really want to make the team. I want to make a good argument for myself to be a pick." After starting back on the ninth par, he had three early shots before getting closer to the next post. Vellegas followed his birdie shot on the fourth with an eagle on the five under par in fifth hole, placing his second shot about 3 feet from the stick. He claimed only possession of the lead two holes later with a birdie, sinking a 15-foot putt on the third under par of his seventh try. At Global Syn-Tuft, Inc. we love to watch and to follow PGA leaderboard to recognize who will be the next winner for PGA Golf tournament, because we support our sport team satisfaction to playing on synthetic grass. At GST, we believe that choosing to play a sport on our synthetic grass has a great outcome for the environment and players comfort.