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Topic - Herbert Kohler Jr.
"These Asians have done so well because they know the meaning of work," Kohler said this week in an interview with The Associated Press. "They work and they work. And that is starting to have an impact on the Americans. The Americans have now seen what the Asians can do, and they're starting to work."
"The USGA has needed a Midwest venue, and we have had this wonderful run with the PGA of America, starting in 2004 with the PGA Championship, another one in 2010, another one coming up in 2015 and the Ryder Cup in 2020," Kohler said. "It was hard for the USGA to fit into that with a men's Open. They tried several courses in the vicinity of Chicago and didn't really find something they were comfortable (with) and so now they're trying Erin Hills. And we'll see what happens."