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Early in the week, several players thought a score around even par would be good enough to win. Thursday bore that out. After that, though, the scores headed distinctly downward, leaving everyone to try to figure out why.
Bill Britton of New Jersey carded an even-par 71 Sunday to finish with the best score of the 43 PGA Professionals who teed it up this week. This is the second time he's earned this distinction since 2008.
Hale Irwin wasn't impressed that, a week shy of his 67th birthday, his third-place finish made him the oldest player to finish in the top five in a major. Already, he said, he's got some ideas on how to get better.
Though John Cook was unhappy that he couldn't convert enough chances to overtake Roger Chapman, he set a tournament record for lowest score by a runner-up. And all in all, he loved his experience at Harbor Shores.
What do the players think about their rounds? How do they feel about Harbor Shores? The only way to find out is to ask them, and we do every day. Check out their transcripts to find out what's on their minds.
The season's first senior major is also one of golf's most colorful events, thanks to a stellar field and a unique new venue on the shores of Lake Michigan. Take a look at the week's best images in our daily galleries.
Whether you're watching on TV or walking the fairways, it's almost impossible to keep up with everything. But don't worry – you can see interviews, top shots and all the daily highlights in our video vault.