By Doug Ferguson
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Jordan Spieth felt like he was “free rolling” coming into the PGA Championship, the only major keeping him from the career Grand Slam.
He just didn’t anticipate greens rolling like this.
On some of the fastest, frightening and at times frustrating greens the PGA Championship has ever seen, Kevin Kisner and Thorbjorn Olesen emerged with a share of the lead Thursday at 4-under 67, the highest score to lead this major after the opening round in seven years.
Spieth didn’t make a putt longer than five feet — that one was for par — and was coming off a pair of three-putt bogeys from long range when he steadied himself with a pair of…