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Can anyone stop the 'Chubby Slam' in Atlanta?updated: Thu Aug 11 2011 10:19:00

Apart from their incredible golfing ability, this year's major winners, Charl Schwartzel, Rory McIlroy and Darren Clarke, have another thing in common.

Major winners grouped together at PGA Championshipupdated: Thu Aug 11 2011 08:09:00

Darren Clarke, Rory McIlroy and Charl Schwartzel will start the PGA Championship together, as the tradition of grouping the sport's previous three major winners continues at the Atlanta Athletic Club.

Westwood takes relaxed approach in pursuit of first majorupdated: Thu Aug 11 2011 08:08:00

World number two Lee Westwood has said he will take a relaxed approach as he continues his quest for a first major crown at this weekend's PGA Championship.

Tiger Woods loses another endorsementupdated: Thu Aug 11 2011 08:08:00

Tiger Woods has been dropped by sponsor Tag Heuer, as CNN's Patrick Snell reports.

Veteran Singh receives British Open lifelineupdated: Tue Jul 05 2011 10:30:00

Former world number one Vijay Singh has been given the chance to play in the upcoming British Open, but the Fijian will have to first overcome a back injury.

World's best golf destinationsupdated: Tue Apr 05 2011 13:00:00

Each year around this time, golf clubs are summoned from cold garages and basements into living rooms while their owners begin plotting a new season in the sun.

Golfer overcoming tragedy and loss of legupdated: Sat Aug 21 2010 16:27:00

Professional golfer tries to overcome the deaths of his loved ones and the loss of his leg. Mark McKay reports.

Martin Kaymer wins the PGA Championshipupdated: Mon Aug 16 2010 12:41:00

CNN's Patrick Snell sits down for a 1-on-1 interview with Martin Kaymer.

Kaymer claims PGA Championship after last day dramaupdated: Mon Aug 16 2010 05:50:00

Germany's Martin Kaymer beat Bubba Watson after a three-hole playoff to win the 92nd PGA Championship at Whistling Straits and claim his first major title.

'Young guns' rule at PGA Championshipupdated: Sun Aug 15 2010 11:12:00

CNN's Patrick Snell recaps a surprise leaderboard at the PGA Championship.

McIlroy backs himself for PGA Championship gloryupdated: Thu Aug 12 2010 12:32:00

Golf's rising star Rory McIlroy says he has learned from his "rollercoaster" experience at the British Open and is tipping himself to be a contender in the PGA Championship which starts Thursday at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.

Curtis, Weekley gain wildcards for PGA Championshipupdated: Tue Aug 03 2010 07:17:00

Former British Open champion Ben Curtis and his fellow American Boo Weekley have been given special invitations to play in next week's U.S. PGA Championship.

Willett takes lead in PGA Championshipupdated: Thu May 20 2010 16:24:00

Englishman Danny Willett carded a six-under-par round of 65 to take the lead after the first round of the European PGA Championship, at a remodelled Wentworth, on Thursday.

Yang relieved after China Open victory; Furyk leads at Hilton Headupdated: Sun Apr 18 2010 17:54:00

Y.E. Yang admitted that a burden had lifted from his shoulders after completing his first golf victory since becoming the first Asian to win a major tournament. Gary Van Sickle: Y.E. Yang is my Sportsman choiceupdated: Tue Nov 24 2009 16:04:00

Sports Illustrated will announce its choice for Sportsman of the Year on Nov. 30. Here's one of the nominations for that honor by an SI writer.. Son of the Wind. It sounds like an artsy Kurosawa film. Actually, it's the nickname given to your PGA Championship winner, Yang Young-eun (Y.E. Yang to us Americans) by the Korean golf media because the consistent Yang comes from the beautiful -- and very breezy -- Jeju Island off the southern tip of Korea.

Modest Yang savors historic PGA triumphupdated: Mon Aug 24 2009 10:29:00

South Korea's Y.E.Yang is still coming to terms with his historic victory at the PGA Championship where he became the first Asian-born golfer to win a major title. PGA Championship TV Scheduleupdated: Thu Aug 13 2009 14:11:00

The 91st PGA Championship is being held this week at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn. TV coverage will be proved by TNT on Thursday and Friday, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Casey holds two-shot PGA Championship leadupdated: Fri May 22 2009 15:42:00

Paul Casey carded a five-under-par second round 67 to lead the field by two strokes at the halfway stage of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

A guide to golf's 'major' tournamentsupdated: Mon Apr 06 2009 06:55:00

U.S. Masters -- April 9-12, 2009

India's Singh denies big names in Singaporeupdated: Sun Nov 16 2008 15:42:00

India's Jeev Milkha Singh closed with a two-under 69 to win the Singapore Open by one stroke on Sunday after Ernie Els and Padraig Harrington missed putts that would have forced a playoff.

Furyk wins Grand Slam of Golf in Bermudaupdated: Fri Oct 24 2008 05:34:00

Jim Furyk conjured a superb eagle at the first playoff hole to stun double major winner Padraig Harrington and claim the PGA Grand Slam of Golf in Bermuda.

Muntz leads as Hansen and Rose close inupdated: Thu Aug 21 2008 16:59:00

Denmark's Soren Hansen and Englishman Justin Rose took giant steps towards Ryder Cup qualification after Thursday's first round of the KLM Open in Zandvoort led by Dutchman Rolf Muntz.

Curtis heroics earn him Ryder Cup spotupdated: Mon Aug 11 2008 12:30:00

Ben Curtis has been rewarded for his runner-up finish in the U.S. PGA Championship by securing a place in the United States team for the Ryder Cup against Europe next month.

Norman mulls over invite to PGA Championshipupdated: Wed Jul 23 2008 13:40:00

Greg Norman says he has to tell the U.S. PGA by Thursday whether he will accept their invitation to play in the final major of the year, the PGA Championship. Damon Hack: The Courage of Lee Elderupdated: Thu Apr 03 2008 09:40:00

Through the mist he appeared in a doorway of the Augusta National clubhouse, his forehead creased, his eyes heavy from haunted sleep. Out stepped Lee Elder, dressed in shades of green, carrying his thoughts into the moist Georgia morning. For months the hate mail had said he would never make it to this day in April 1975. Watch your step when you get to Augusta, other letter writers warned him. There will be blood.

Mahan accepts place in Match Playupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 11:33:00

American Hunter Mahan has accepted the chance to win the $2 million first prize at the World Match Play Championship at Wentworth in two weeks' time.

Harrington back from long break updated: Wed Aug 22 2007 05:01:00

Open champion Padraig Harrington said on Tuesday he was worn out after his Carnoustie triumph and had set down his clubs in the hope of revitalising himself for the FedExCup playoffs.

McNulty claims first senior majorupdated: Mon Aug 20 2007 06:30:00

Mark McNulty shrugged off a double-bogey on the final hole to win his first major title by five shots at senior Champions Tour tournament The Tradition in Bend, Oregon on Sunday.

Matchplay fields major attractionsupdated: Fri Aug 17 2007 04:43:00

British Open champion Padraig Harrington and U.S. Open winner Angel Cabrera will compete at the World Match Play Championship at Wentworth in October, organizers said on Friday.

Woods decides to skip FedEx openerupdated: Fri Aug 17 2007 03:06:00

Tiger Woods has decided to miss next week's Barclays Classic outside New York, the first of four big-money playoff events that will crown the inaugural FedExCup champion. Mickelson says the best is ahead of himupdated: Wed Aug 08 2007 04:30:00

TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- At times Tuesday, it was hard to tell if Phil Mickelson was a promoter for the PGA Tour or a contender for the PGA Championship. Colonial Timesupdated: Tue Aug 07 2007 21:25:00

TULSA, Okla. -- Phil Mickelson was just off the course Tuesday when he was asked if Southern Hills, site of the 89th PGA Championship this week, reminded him of Colonial Country Club, the cozy little track in Ft. Worth, Texas, that also features more doglegs than the Westminster Kennel Club. Still a Tossupupdated: Mon Aug 06 2007 21:50:00

TULSA, Okla. -- It seemed like 2000 again in Akron, Ohio, on Sunday, when Tiger Woods won the Bridgestone Invitational by eight strokes, lapping the field at Firestone Country Club. It was the sixth time he's won on Firestone's South Course. Chef tells how he pocketed Tiger's ballupdated: Thu Aug 02 2007 23:00:00

AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- No longer affiliated with Tiger Woods or the tournament he won five times, American Express signed an endorsement deal Friday with the PGA of America that showed how it has shifted its strategy in golf. Amex dumps Woods, signs PGAupdated: Thu Aug 02 2007 23:00:00

AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- No longer affiliated with Tiger Woods or the tournament he won five times, American Express signed an endorsement deal Friday with the PGA of America that showed how it has shifted its strategy in golf.

Monty facing PGA Championship exitupdated: Fri May 25 2007 08:25:00

Colin Montgomerie looked like missing the cut at the PGA Championship for only the second time in his career after tumbling to a four-over-par 76 in the second round on Friday. Ballesteros withdraws from Senior PGAupdated: Tue May 22 2007 16:00:00

KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. (AP) -- Five-time major winner Seve Ballesteros withdrew from this week's Senior PGA Championship for personal reasons. Explosion at Senior PGA site injures fourupdated: Fri May 18 2007 15:00:00

KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C.(AP) A gas explosion inside the kitchen of the new clubhouse at Kiawah Island Golf Resort injured four construction workers Friday, course officials said. Norman skips Senior PGA for personal issuesupdated: Wed May 16 2007 17:00:00

KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. (AP) -- Former British Open champion Greg Norman has withdrawn from next week's Senior PGA championship for personal reasons.

Singh targets unique 'PGA' doubleupdated: Mon Apr 30 2007 14:34:00

World number seven Vijay Singh will be going for a unique double in the PGA Championship at Wentworth next month. Michelle Wie to return at Ginn Tributeupdated: Mon Apr 23 2007 20:00:00

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) -- Michelle Wie has a sore wrist and Annika Sorenstam is battling a bad back. But, if their doctors approve, both will tee up next month at the LPGA's new $2.6 million Ginn Tribute hosted by Sorenstam. Where'd everyone go?updated: Wed Mar 21 2007 17:30:00

YOU WOULD HAVE thought Sergio Garcia was the next Elvis the way crowds responded to him at the 1999 PGA Championship at Medinah Country Club outside Chicago. The smile, the daring, the vigor, and only 19 -- men exchanged high-fives, women swooned, and kids, well, kids adored him most of all. "It looks like they love me,"a grinning Garcia said after narrowly missing birdie putts on 17 and 18 and finishing second to Tiger Woods.

Stenson plans own path to successupdated: Wed Mar 21 2007 04:29:00

European number one Henrik Stenson is taking great care to live up to his own expectations, and not those of others.

PGA prize fund given a big boostupdated: Thu Feb 22 2007 15:23:00

A record prize fund of 4.35 million euros ($5.72 million) will be on offer at this year's PGA Championship, the European Tour has announced. Who killed The International?updated: Thu Feb 08 2007 16:27:00

You may be shocked to learn that The International, a first-class stop with one of the loveliest courses on Tour in Castle Pines, is dead. Tournament founder Jack Vickers and PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem joined forces Thursday in Denver to make the announcement.

Mobile phone ban for British Openupdated: Mon Jan 22 2007 07:26:00

Spectators will be banned from taking mobile phones to this year's British Open at Carnoustie, after complaints from players during the 2006 championship at Hoylake.

Nakajima wins as Garcia collapsesupdated: Sun Nov 12 2006 09:49:00

Sergio Garcia self-destructed as 52-year-old Tsuneyuki Nakajima became the third oldest winner in Japan with victory at the Taiheiyo Masters on Sunday.

Azinger poised for Ryder captaincyupdated: Thu Nov 02 2006 13:09:00

Former major champion Paul Azinger is expected to be named as the U.S. Ryder Cup captain for the next match against Europe in 2008.

Palmer to give up tournament playupdated: Sat Oct 14 2006 06:23:00

Golfing great Arnold Palmer, winner of seven major championships, has confirmed that he plans to retire from tournament play.

Champ Slocum faces depleted fieldupdated: Thu Sep 28 2006 06:25:00

Heath Slocum will face a depleted field this week as he defends his title at the $3 million Southern Farm Bureau Classic.

'Sick' Westwood one behind leadersupdated: Thu Aug 31 2006 16:28:00

Briton Lee Westwood, keen to earn a Ryder Cup wildcard, climbed out of his sick bed to fire a four-under-par 68 in the first round of the BMW International Open -- to leave him one stroke off the lead.

Mackenzie flying high with eaglesupdated: Fri Aug 25 2006 03:43:00

Will MacKenzie soared high with three eagles on Thursday to grab a one-shot lead after the first round of the three million-dollar Reno-Tahoe Open.

Donald leads birdie assault at PGAupdated: Sat Aug 19 2006 17:08:00

Briton Luke Donald led a birdie assault on the softened Medinah course to take a two-shot lead over Tiger Woods, Mike Weir and Shaun Micheel midway through Saturday's third round of the PGA Championship.

Stenson claims the clubhouse leadupdated: Fri Aug 18 2006 15:26:00

Swede Henrik Stenson posted a second successive four-under-par 68 to hold a one-shot lead over American Davis Love III early in the second round of the PGA Championship at Medinah on Friday.

Elkington withdraws from U.S. PGAupdated: Wed Aug 16 2006 11:30:00

Former champion Steve Elkington is one of four players to withdraw from the 88th PGA Championship at the Medinah Country Club.

Dyson snatches title in a play-offupdated: Sun Aug 13 2006 12:06:00

Briton Simon Dyson claimed his second title of the season when he beat Australian Richard Green at the first extra hole of a sudden-death play-off in the Dutch Open in Zandvoort on Sunday.

Clarke mourns death of his wife updated: Sun Aug 13 2006 10:21:00

European Ryder Cup golfer Darren Clarke will continue his break from the sport after announcing on Sunday that his wife, Heather, had died of cancer.

Late birdies see Pernice take leadupdated: Sat Aug 12 2006 15:59:00

Two late birdies lifted American Tom Pernice junior into a one-point lead at the International when the rain-delayed second round was completed on Saturday.

Irishman McGrane moves three clearupdated: Sat Aug 12 2006 15:19:00

Former club professional Damien McGrane's blistering finish left the Irishman three strokes clear of the field in the weather-disrupted Dutch Open third round.

Mickelson: last major is wide openupdated: Fri Aug 11 2006 04:13:00

Phil Mickelson, who will defend his PGA Championship title next week at Medinah Country Club's No. 3 Course in Illinois, does not expect the ultra-long, tree-lined layout to favor any particular style of player.

Hansen defies pain for Dutch leadupdated: Thu Aug 10 2006 08:46:00

Denmark's Anders Hansen battled against a strong wind and a stiff neck to take an early one-shot lead in the Dutch Open on Thursday with a six-under-par 65 at the Kennemer course.

Toms withdraws from British Openupdated: Fri Jul 07 2006 14:54:00

David Toms has withdrawn from this month's British Open, the 2001 PGA Championship winner's nagging back problems preventing him from making the trip to England.

Ogilvy edges into one-stroke leadupdated: Sun Jun 18 2006 16:32:00

Australian Geoff Ogilvy edged into a one-stroke lead at two under par after eight holes of the final round of the U.S. Open at Winged Foot.

Three tours combine for new eventupdated: Wed Jun 07 2006 04:17:00

A ground-breaking $1 million tournament, the first in Asia Pacific to be sanctioned by the region's three major tours, will be launched in Thailand next March, and has been hailed as a major step forward for the sport in the Asian Pacific region.

Haas secures third consecutive winupdated: Sun May 28 2006 16:39:00

American Jay Haas clinched his third consecutive title on the Champions Tour by winning the playoff at the Senior PGA Championship in Edmond, Oklahoma, on Sunday.

Canada PGA Championship called offupdated: Wed May 24 2006 16:28:00

The Canadian PGA Championship, which lists Arnold Palmer and Lee Trevino among its former winners, has been cancelled for this year, the Canadian Professional Golfers' Association (CPGA) said on Wednesday.

Mickelson focuses on PGA strategy updated: Wed May 17 2006 07:03:00

Phil Mickelson believes strategy rather than power will decide this year's U.S. PGA Championship at the ultra-long Medinah Country Club in Illinois.

Palmer withdraws from Senior PGAupdated: Wed May 17 2006 06:41:00

Arnold Palmer has withdrawn from the U.S. Senior PGA Championship because he fears he would not be sufficiently competitive.

Nelson, Picard join Hall of Fameupdated: Thu Apr 20 2006 04:46:00

Multiple former major champions Larry Nelson and Henry Picard have been voted on to the World Golf Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2006.

Medinah to stage the longest majorupdated: Wed Apr 12 2006 04:20:00

New Masters champion Phil Mickelson will have to defend his U.S. PGA title on the longest course in major history when Medinah Country Club hosts this year's championship.

Injured Elkington misses Mastersupdated: Tue Apr 04 2006 07:07:00

Australia's Steve Elkington pulled out of the U.S. Masters on Monday because of an ongoing groin injury.

Thongchai aims to make Masters cutupdated: Tue Apr 04 2006 04:46:00

Thongchai Jaidee soaked up the Augusta National Golf Club atmosphere during his first practice round and immediately set himself the target of making the cut at this week's U.S. Masters.

Norman named golfer of the centuryupdated: Tue Nov 22 2005 07:04:00

Greg Norman has been named Australia's golfer of the century, after a vote by members of the country's PGA.

Woods paired with Campbell/Normanupdated: Sat Aug 06 2005 13:24:00

Tiger Woods has been drawn with U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell and veteran Greg Norman for the first two rounds of next week's U.S. PGA Championship.

Webster shares lead at Gleneagles updated: Fri Aug 05 2005 14:38:00

Steve Webster hit form before his American debut in the USPGA Championship, to share the Johnnie Walker Championship second round lead.

Montgomerie out after injury blowupdated: Thu Aug 04 2005 08:25:00

Colin Montgomerie pulled out of the Johnnie Walker Championship on Thursday because of a hand injury and may miss next week's U.S. PGA Championship.

Injured Els to miss rest of seasonupdated: Fri Jul 29 2005 14:48:00

World number three Ernie Els will miss the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury on a sailing holiday in the Mediterranean last week.

Holder Hamilton fails to make cutupdated: Fri Jul 15 2005 17:16:00

Holder Todd Hamilton slid to a two-over-par 74 in the second round of the British Open to miss the cut by three shots.

Singh is named player of the yearupdated: Mon Dec 06 2004 11:01:00

World number one Vijay Singh, golf's top player over the last 18 months, has been named the 2004 PGA Tour player of the year.

Singh to face Langer at Wentworthupdated: Mon Oct 11 2004 11:05:00

World number one Vijay Singh faces a first-round encounter with victorious European Ryder Cup captain Bernhard Langer in the World Match Play at Wentworth on Thursday.

Levet and Jimenez earn title shotsupdated: Tue Sep 28 2004 08:39:00

Ryder Cup team mates Miguel Angel Jimenez and Thomas Levet have been given a shot at golf's richest prize in next month's World Match Play Championship.

USPGA venue will test world's bestupdated: Wed Aug 11 2004 06:44:00

Tiger Woods rates Whistling Straits -- venue of this week's USPGA event and the longest track in major championship history -- as probably the toughest course he has encountered.

Woods equals record at number oneupdated: Sat Aug 07 2004 11:51:00

Tiger Woods has equalled Greg Norman's record total of 331 weeks as world number one after the American again topped the rankings list announced on Monday.

Holder Micheel finds it difficultupdated: Fri Aug 06 2004 06:42:00

Shaun Micheel would be delighted to prove that his first Major victory was no fluke by successfully defending his title at the PGA Championship next week.

Injured Langer will miss Volvo PGAupdated: Mon May 17 2004 08:20:00

European Ryder Cup captain Bernhard Langer has pulled out of next week's Volvo PGA Championship with a wrist injury.

Fortune: The Longshot How a forgotten club on the South Side of Chicago won the right to host the 2003 U.S. Open.updated: Mon Jun 09 2003 00:01:00

A quick glance at the list of former U.S. Open sites reveals several grand old courses that time has passed by: Myopia Hunt Club, Scioto, Interlachen, Philadelphia Country Club, Olympia Fields...

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