Even Tiger Woods can't believe how much he's accomplished at this point in his career. But his fourth PGA Championship victory Sunday at Southern Hills will always be special to him, he said, because it's the first major he's won since daughter Sam's arrival.
89th PGA Championship
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Dave Bryan, PGA Head Professional at Southern Hills Country Club gives us an inside look at Southern Hills, the host course of the 89th PGA Championship.
He made a spirited run at Tiger Woods on Sunday, but Ernie Els couldn't quite pull it off. Instead, the Big Easy will play back in his mind over and over again three shots that meant the difference between victory and defeat.
Woody Austin didn't quite pull off the big upset, but he gave Tiger Woods a tussle on the back nine and posted his best-ever finish in a major. He's already looking forward to both the Presidents Cup and the rest of a rejuvenated career.
Someday someone will step up and snatch a major championship away from Tiger Woods. It's inevitable. Or is it? PGATOUR.com's John Maginnes says until that day comes, all we can do is genuflect at the alter of greatness that is the world's best player.
For the fifth time in his career Sunday, Stephen Ames found himself facing off against Tiger Woods in a pressure-packed setting. And for the fifth time, the Canadian couldn't muster much of a challenge for the world No. 1.
University of Illinois Golf Coach Mike Small won the crystal trophy as the best-finishing PGA Professional Sunday to cap off a unique week for him. Small won the Illinois Open on Wendesday before rushing to Tulsa for the PGA Championship.
In the final edition of his blog from Southern Hills, PGA of America President Brian Whitcomb offers his appreciation to PGA Champion Tiger Woods and, just as important, to everyone in Oklahoma who made the week such a success.
Dave Bryan enjoyed a fun-filled week as the PGA Head Professional at host Southern Hills. But Sergio Garcia's disqualification Saturday provided a unique and special opportunity for Bryan -- playing with a fellow PGA member as a marker.
Lee Westwood finished his week at Southern Hills with a flawless 68 to go with his opening 69. He made the cut in all four majors this year, and hopes his performance here will help him step up and contend in the big events next year.