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Recapping The 100th PGA Championship

Recapping The 100th PGA Championship

Last week I wrote about how changes to the PGA Championship schedule would benefit the major, I also said that the major itself was the least “prestigious” one out of the four. Having said that, it was arguably the most exciting one this year. Let’s start with the winner Brooks Koepka, who stayed in the lead the entire final round on his way to his second major of the year, and third in his career. After his US Open win earlier this…

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Exciting Finish Ahead At The PGA Championship

Exciting Finish Ahead At The PGA Championship

The golfing world is in for a treat as it looks to be an exciting finish to the 100th PGA Championship. On Saturday, many golfers had to finish their 2nd round along with playing another 18 holes due to the weather delay on Friday, one of them being Tiger Woods. Since his return to the tour, we have yet to see Tiger in this situation, personally I was impressed with how he played as he managed to shoot a 4-under…

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Which Club For An Entire Round?

Which Club For An Entire Round?

Last week, I wrote about what I thought the most important club in golf is, today I want to take it a step further. If you could only pick one club to use for an entire round, what would it be? Don’t be the person who says putter, I can tell you right now that will last one hole before you realize you chose wrong. Be honest, what would you choose? Which club will be useful for every shot for…

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Schedule Change To Next Year’s PGA Championship

Schedule Change To Next Year’s PGA Championship

Since the 100th PGA Championship is this week, this seems like the best time to talk about the schedule change for this major. Last year, it was confirmed that starting in 2019, the PGA Championship will be moved to May meaning instead of being the final major played of the year it will now be the second major of the year. All other majors will remain in the same spot, while a few other tournaments got shifted around. This means…

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