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Topic - the pga championship
The PGA Championship and The Players Championship will share the distinction of having golf's richest tournament next year by offering $10 million in prize money.
Consider a couple of scenes from the golf world this year, with emphasis on "world."
Dustin Johnson is starting to compile the kind of numbers that are difficult to ignore.
They split two matches, then reluctantly took a break.
Henrik Stenson has been so busy contending in big tournaments that he never stopped to realize what kind of season he was having.
Jordan Spieth started the season without status on any tour. He ends it by going to the Presidents Cup.
International team captain Nick Price selected Brendon de Jonge of Zimbabwe and Marc Leishman of Australia. Neither has played in the Presidents Cup. He passed over Tim Clark of South Africa.
A great summer of golf finally paid off for Henrik Stenson. Stenson made three straight birdies to race by a fast-fading Sergio Garcia, and he holed a bunker shot for birdie on the 17th hole to turn back a final threat from Steve Stricker and win the Deutsche Bank Championship.
On and off the golf course, Tiger Woods didn't look anything like the player who only four days ago dropped to knees with back pain.
Woods hit a variety of full shots with no indication of any pain. It was far different from four days ago, when he dropped to his knees after a back spasm when he hit one errant shot in The Barclays.
Gary Woodland and Matt Kuchar exchanged birdies and bad breaks and wound up tied for the lead at The Barclays.
Rory McIlroy knew the rules going into last year's FedEx Cup playoffs, which didn't make it any easier to digest.
Ben Crane was lucky to get into the FedEx Cup playoffs as the No. 125 seed. He missed the cut last week at the Wyndham Championship, and this was the first year that no one moved into the top 125 in the final event before the playoffs.
Another week, another nagging injury for Tiger Woods _ this from a soft bed in his hotel.
PGA of America president Ted Bishop recalls a Ryder Cup practice round with Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler three years ago when the conversation turned to the best courses for the matches in America.