We take you to the 95th PGA Championship, where Jim Furyk came in with the 1-stroke lead, but could he hang on at Oak Hill?
The year’s final major and the 95th PGA championship can be seen on KLBK, and today, the players talked to the media for the first time at Oakhill Country Club.
Tiger Woods is the most dominant player in golf of this generation and he has been able to win all around the world, but few places have been as comforting to Tiger as the fairways of the south course, at Firestone Country Club collecting six wins there.
This weekend starts the final three week stretch of PGA coverage on KLBK starting with the Bridgestone Invitational.
It wasn't the two contenders most likely to win the Open Championship and hoist the Claret Jug today but it was another great who took the title.
Moving on to the guys who do this for a living as Round 3 of the British Open wrapped this afternoon.
Over to the final round of the John Deere
Classic, today Daniel Summerhays came in as the leader after shooting a 62 on
Saturday but not his day today as he drops out of that spot.
It was day three of the John Deere Classic. Zach Johnson sunk an eagle putt at the 2nd for 14-under. He sits in third place at 16-under.
Moving to the last round of Greenbrier Classic in White Sulphur Springs, Jimmy Walker birdies the 5th to get back to -12, one behind the leader.
Up in West Virginia the third round of the
Greenbrier Classic concluded this afternoon.
The PGA Tour made its stop at Tigers tourney this week, obviously sans Tiger, but still a stellar field at Congressional for the AT&T National, the site of the 2011 U.S. Open.
To the PGA and the final round of the Travelers Championship at River Highlands, Bubba Watson was among the leaders all weekend but dropped out, finishing in fourth place.
We're in the midst of the Travelers Championship with round three in Cromwell where Bubba Watson came in as the lead man after shooting a 67 on Friday.
Coming into the final round at the U.S. Open, Phil Mickelson was the leader but Justin Rose was creeping up.
The first round of the U.S. Open was a soggy one as few players even finished their first round, but the one that did, Phil Mickelson, held the first round lead at 3-under. But day two would not have nearly as many red figures.
We are less than a day away from the year's second major, the U.S. Open...