Rory McIlroy won the 94th PGA Championship at Kiawah Island on Sunday.
Call it a perfect storm, a Red Storm if you will, for 2008 St. John’s graduate and PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley.
It has been over a year since someone from our own soil won a golf Major and on Sunday at the PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club, golf fans were treated to a good ol’ fashion American finish!
Al ‘Hughes’ Dukes was very excited this morning because he was wearing a brand new shirt, compliments of ‘Mom Dukes.’ With that said, Boomer & Craig took notice of the tight fitting, striped number that complimented the esteemed executive producer’s buff physique.
Before he could deliver his first update of the morning, the guys congratulated Jerry ‘Rello’ Recco on his new gig with the Cowboys Radio Network.
Dufner wound up on the wrong end of one of the greatest comebacks in major championship history Sunday.
Keegan Bradley has won the PGA Championship with an amazing comeback in regulation, then a three-hole playoff win over Jason Dufner at Atlanta Athletic Club.
Jason Dufner has squandered a four-stroke lead over the final four holes, forcing him into a playoff against Keegan Bradley at the PGA Championship.
Brendan Steele and Jason Duffner are tied for the lead heading to the final round of the PGA Championship.
Could this Major, the PGA Championship, be won by a Northern Irishman? The tiny country, with a population of approximately 1.8 million people, has produced quite an array of Major champions of late.
Stricker missed a 10-foot birdie putt at his final hole Thursday, failing to become the first player to shoot 62 in a major championship. But he had no complaints about settling for a 7-under score.
Seemingly spending as much time in water and sand as he did on the exquisite grass at Atlanta Athletic Club, Woods staggered to a 7-over 77 Thursday — his worst round ever at the PGA Championship.
What a disaster for golfer Dustin Johnson who suffered another mishap after being in the lead of another Major this year. Either Dustin Johnson has horrible luck, or he and his caddie need to wake up and pay closer attention.
Martin Kaymer won the PGA Championship in a three-hole playoff Sunday that did not include Dustin Johnson, who was penalized two strokes for grounding his club in a bunker on the last hole.
Dustin Johnson had a 7-foot putt to win the PGA Championship. Minutes later, he wasn’t allowed in the playoff when he was penalized two shots for grounding his club in a bunker on the final hole Sunday.