Spieth calls PGA Championship his hardest major to win

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Agosto 13, 2017

Woods during a phone interview Tuesday had told Chip Shots that Trinity Forest is very interested in hosting a PGA Championship, which starting in 2019 will move to May.

The rules dictate that, if play is suspended due to darkness and one player's ball is in play, then the entire group can choose to finish the hole, should they so choose.

The hot spell left DeLaet 2 under par for the tournament, still six shots back of the steady Kevin Kisner. He missed the green at the par-3 sixth but chipped to three feet and parred again. "Make a lot of pars, and get to a par 5 or one of those short par 4s, I can do my wedge game and get it to 10 or 12 feet".

"He made every putt around 20 feet, and was seven under after nine", Phelps said.

With holes perched on slopes and firm greens repelling all but the most accurate approach shots, many have quipped that this year's PGA Championship feels much more like a U.S. Open. Matsuyama and Chris Stroud were a stroke back.

Kisner and Matsuyama were the co-leaders at 8 under after two rounds.

A near two-hour delay held up the later starters, but when play resumed Matsuyama secured two more birdies to match the American.

Spieth dismisses the idea of extra pressure trying to break the age mark, saying he has many years to try and complete the career Slam, his larger priority. "It's just a matter of having everything in sync at the right time". The 23-year-old hit 15 greens in regulation and needed just 25 putts despite insisting he'd never played Quail Hollow until this week.

He explained that during Spieth's trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, before the British Open, where the photograph that Greller referred to was taken, Phelps and a few of his friends played a round at El Dorado Golf Club against Spieth and a few of his friends.

Tony Finau nearly had the second hole-in-one of the PGA Championship. From there, he shot 66-62 and won by four shots over Phil Mickelson. He then tapped in for birdie.

Not since 2010 at Whistling Straits has a score as high as 67 led the opening round of the PGA Championship.

Stroud was bogey free with three birdies on a golf course he's as comfortable with as Woodland is. Given the size of Quail Hollow, Kisner drew up a simple plan.

It's even more hard for two players in the same threesome to do it on back-to-back shots on the same hole.

Fellow Australian Adam Scott plummeted down the leaderboard with a 76 to share 70th at five-over.

Among other Japanese, Hideto Tanihara and Satoshi Kodaira finished even-par in 25th.

Rory McIlroy is 10 shots off the lead at two over after a second successive 72, while Jordan Spieth has much work to do if he is to complete a career Grand Slam.

Spieth entered the third round of the PGA Championship 11 shots back and needing a big round to get back into contention.

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