PGA Championship: Davis Love III to make 100th major appearance

Ross Houston
August 11, 2018

"I was scripted to wear a dark blue shirt, so luckily I had a version of yellowish and I'm happy (I) could support Jarrod", Fowler said.

Along with coverage of the featured groups, PGA Championship LIVE will provide coverage of the closing Nos.

Haigh said about 1 1/2 inches fell during Tuesday's storm.

It would be even more fun to make history in front of them. Paulina's mother, Janet, was born in the St. Louis suburb of Bridgeton.

Haigh added that PGA officials "love where they're at".

The schedule change is designed in part to stoke interest in what has typically flown under the radar as golf's fourth major.

"It's hard on the staff to be in this period of limbo where we don't know exactly where we'll be", he said. This year marks the 28th consecutive year CBS Sports has broadcast the championship.

"So I've done well, I'm slowly getting back up the world rankings. That's where his focus needs to be right now".

"It's certainly close", said McIlroy, who tees it up with Tiger Woods and defending champion Justin Thomas in the first two rounds on what will be a long and soft course.

But the results have followed: so far this year, Woods has eight top-25 finishes, and a total of four top-10s.

The championship favourite is Dustin Johnson, while the three previous major winners this year will all play together. "So mentally you're still in a pretty good place".

It's important to keep things in perspective and realize that, you know, you could win five times in a year and not win a major, and some people would think, "Well, you haven't won a major" - for some of the elite golfers, anyway.

His length should come in handy at Bellerive this week.

'I think I was probably a little more anxious past year, ' Spieth said as thunderstorms disrupted the second day of practice at Bellerive Country Club in St Louis.

Woodland birdied seven holes all up after a careless bogey on the opening hole, and had an 18ft birdie attempt on 18, that would have tied the PGA Championship record, stop just short. He's not a insane popular pick among the analysts, but he's proven at the U.S. Open to not be discounted.

Some years, the setup itself becomes the tournament's dominant story.

"It's just that there's going to be certain days that I'm just not going to have the speed and flexibility and the movement that I once did, " Woods said.

In 2015 it was Day or Spieth in the shootout with Spieth's FedExCup triumph and two majors making it clear by season end.

"I don't like to be up here".

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