Chuck Cook has coached players to seven major championship victories -- including Jason Dufner's last week at the PGA Championship. Yet, his name isn't on the tip of your tongue when you think of the game's best coaches -- but it should be.
While Rory McIlroy has remained positive through the struggles of his season, his upbeat comments rang truer after the PGA Championship. Bouncing back from a triple bogey to finish in the top 10 will do that.
On a day when birdies were flying under sunny upstate New York skies, Jason Dufner put on a master class in ballstriking and shot a 2-under 68 to win the 95th PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club by two shots over Jim Furyk.
Jason Dufner had to wait for two years, but redemption was his on Sunday afternoon at the PGA Championship. Using three front-nine birdies to leapfrog overnight leader Jim Furyk, Dufner was able to use a 1-under 69 to secure his first major title with a two-shot victory at Oak Hill.
It's a star-studded leaderboard at the PGA Championship, not to mention the likes of Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods teeing off early to keep fans tuned in all day long. We'll keep you updated all day long from Oak Hill, so follow now!
Phil Mickelson is already half-way back to California while the PGA Championship leaders are on the front-nine, but he stopped at the end of his round to address finishing at 12 over for the tournament, including a 2-over 72 on Sunday at Oak Hill.
The likes of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will likely be on their way back home when the 95th PGA Championship is decided Sunday evening. But the day promises some interesting drama, including key pairings. Take a look at ones to watch, as well as complete tee times.
Our crew on the ground at Oak Hill has taken in three practice rounds and three tournament rounds, so they have plenty of knowledge on who will rise on Sunday to hoist the Wanamaker Trophy. Here are their predictions for Sunday.
On a tough afternoon when the greens began to dry and the winds began to swirl and the atmosphere transitioned into full PGA Championship mode, it was no surprise to see who took on Oak HIll – one of the Tour’s brawlers, Jim Furyk.
Oak Hill had plenty of bite on Saturday, tightening up the PGA Championship with Jim Furyk taking yet another 54-hole lead in a major, with Jason Dufner, Henrik Stenson and Jonas Blixt right on his heels.
Jason Dufner will carry a two-shot lead into the third round of the PGA Championship on Saturday, with the likes of Adam Scott, Jim Furyk and Matt Kuchar trying to chase him down. Follow all the action, including Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson updates, here!
Judging by the mix of successes and failures among the world's top-ranked golfers, Oak Hill is standing the test of time as a worthy host site for a major. Here's how the world's top 10 golfers are faring.
Jason Dufner was about a foot shy of establishing an all-time low for a round in one of golf's four majors, while Tiger Woods didn't fare nearly as well, nor did Phil Mickelson. Here are 5 Things to Know from the PGA Championship's second round.
Jim Furyk and Adam Scott know the highs and lows of golf's major championships; they're tied for the lead after the first round of the PGA Championship, while Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson struggled somewhat.
Continued brilliance has lifted reigning Masters champion Adam Scott to a high perch at Oak Hill – where he just might stand as a primary obstacle to Tiger Woods' pursuit of the record for career major victories.
Both Jim Furyk and Adam Scott moved all the way to 6 under before settling for 5-under 65s to share the 18-hole lead at the PGA Championship on Thursday at Oak Hill. Here are 5 Things to take away from the first round in Rochester, N.Y.
Jim Furyk is used to contending in majors, with plenty of close calls and his lone victory at the 2003 U.S. Open. After an opening 5-under 65 Thursday at the PGA Championship, he couldn't avoid the questions about staying atop the leaderboard.
With a mixture of rushed putts and poor shots, Tiger Woods turned a 67 into a 71 on Thursday during the first round of the PGA Championship at Oak HIll Country Club. He could have been easily under par then got little sloppy in a round that was a tale of two nines.
The weather delay gave some of the top pros in the world an extra chance to jump on social media and let fans know what they're thinking – while others took to Twitter before and after their rounds. Here's a sampling.
Kiradech Aphibarnrat is playing in just his second major championship this week at Oak Hill. The 24-year-old from Bangkok missed the cut at the Open Championship last month. But he's gotten his second major off to a much better start.
Gary Woodland has had to deal with plenty of change over the past two years. Injuries. New coaches. New equipment. On-course struggles. But the changes he employed finally took effect last week in Reno, and now he is teeing it up at the PGA Championship again, full of his old confidence.
The first part of solving a problem, of course, is identifying it. Such obvious profundity would seem to bode well for Rory McIlroy. He now realizes he is a natural player who got too caught up in swing mechanics.
On the surface, it had all the appearances of a cozy set of circumstances, but J.J. Henry said it was just happenstance. More than how he got into the 95th PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club – with the withdrawal of his friend, mentor and sometimes caddie, Mark Brooks.
Entering this week's PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club, Jim Furyk, 43, finds reason for optimism despite a rough season. He put a new Callaway FT Optiforce driver in his bag two weeks ago and likes the results.