GREENSBORO - England’s Ross Fisher shot a six-under-par 64 to share the lead after the opening round of the PGA Wyndham Championship on Thursday, with defending champion Sergio Garcia one shot back. Fisher, a member of Europe’s 2010 Ryder Cup winning team, is tied for the lead with Chris Stroud. Garcia began his title defence with a bogey-free round that included five birdies. He was joined in third place by former Masters champion Trevor Immelman of South Africa, Robert Garrigus, Australia’s Matt Jones, Andrew Svoboda, Morgan Hoffmann, Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed. Australia’s Stuart Appleby carded a four-under 66 for a share of 11th place with Charles Howell, Aussie John Senden, Bryce Molder and Chris Kirk. Fisher is a rookie on USPGA Tour but he has four wins on European circuit.–AFP