Rory McIlroy believes another Major win is on the cards

Rory McIlroy believes another Major win is on the cards

Tiger Woods at times looks similar to the guy who won the PGA Championship four times among his 14 major titles, except for the results.

He took an ice bath.

"It's really fun", Spieth said, "when you get a chance to play in front of family". "And a lot of stretching". He's right where he needs to be and is ready to go and make a name for himself. "If I were on the other (European) side, I wouldn't want him picked, so that's another good reason".

On a reconnaissance trip in early July, Gary Woodland was playing Bellerive Country Club when he noticed a few members of the club were steadfastly following him.

And finally: "What sort of an influence has he (Woods) been on you?" He was feeling so good about his game that he took an all-or-nothing shot out of a pot bunker on the 10th hole that he thought might be a deciding moment, and he pulled it off. He made just a single bogey - at the sixth hole - and cruised to a closing 69 for a four-stroke victory.

It's been like that all year.

The 2016 Masters is the flipside for Spieth - he let slip a five-shot lead on the back nine during a collapse that echoed far beyond the reach of Augusta National. Coming to this course, however, makes him reflect on that fateful day back in 2001.

"And as the year has progressed, I've learned some of those things". "I'm getting more confident in my chances of winning and understanding I don't need my best stuff to win". "I had them both going this week", he said with a smile.

Ulsterman McIlroy would certainly appear to be suited to the wet conditions at Bellerive and compared the course to Valhalla, the venue for his second US PGA victory and last Major title to date in 2014. I didn't really think too much about what it would do for the rest of us.

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A dozen years later, he was alongside Woods again in a major, a memory that will stay with him forever. He's learning to compete again.

A Sunday 63 at Firestone, inspired by a red-hot putter, was the ideal way to arrest an otherwise forgettable event for the one-time Major victor, who has a solid record of advancing to the weekend at the PGA. All those things, he's been through.

"When you're that age, you go out on the putting green...and I'm making putts to try to win the PGA, or to win the was a cool week".

After his success at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, the reigning PGA Championship victor, United States golfer Justin Thomas, is the favorite. Now, Woods must "get the mindset back prior to all the injuries and all the surgeries".

It has been 99 years since the PGA Championship was won by an Englishman, Jim Barnes.

Among juniors, approximately 33 percent are girls compared to 17 percent two decades ago, while 25 percent of junior golfers are now non-Caucasian compared 20 years ago when just six percent were minority participants. While on the long drive home he realized he could better help young people through his Tiger Woods Foundation, and assess the direction the foundation was heading.

The last repeat PGA Championship victor was Woods in 2007, and Tiger is +2800 on the golf odds this week. He has contributed to many publications over the years and co-authored the book Golf's Greatest Eighteen from Random House. Winning tournaments still could make a good year.

"It's not so much the close calls driving me, it's more so the recent stuff that's happened and that I'm trying to win my second major", Day said, in reference to missed opportunities to win last week's WGC Invitational and the Players Championship in May. I just wrote a little text saying, 'Boy, I saw you got the bad end of the stick on the pairings this week.' A little smiley face came back on the text.

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