After seeing fellow American Brooks Koepka repeat as champion in the U.S. Open earlier this year, it is not out of the question for Thomas to follow suit here at Bellerive, which is hosting the PGA Championship for the first time since 1992.
"I've definitely become a little more rotational in my swing over the past couple of years, and some of that is through bad habit and some of that is through injury", he said, adding that the only major he feels he had a real chance to win since 2014 was The Open at Carnoustie last month.
Woods, a 14-time major champion, has not won a major since the 2008 US Open and hasn't won any event since the 2013 Bridgestone Invitational. The only thing I haven't done is win enough. This seems like a golf course that is right there in front of you.
"I was scripted to wear a dark blue shirt, so luckily I had a version of yellowish and I'm happy (I) could support Jarrod", Fowler said.
"It's just that there's going to be certain days that I'm just not going to have the speed and flexibility and the movement that I once did, " Woods said. "I mean, 18 months ago the guy couldn't walk", McIlroy said. "So he's shown over the past few years he's mentally very good, so I'm sure he won't have a problem".
The spotlight was downright searing when Jordan Spieth arrived at Quail Hallow last summer, fresh off a victory at Royal Birkdale that had put him on the precipice of the career Grand Slam.
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And, with NASA meteor expert Bill Cooke dubbing the Perseids "the best shower of the year", this certainly isn't one to miss. That's when the earth will have turned into the meteor stream, which means the show will be just above the horizon line.
Soon it was time for a walk down Tiger Woods Memory Lane, with Molinari being asked to reflect on caddying at the US Masters for his brother Edoardo, who happened to be playing in a group with Woods.
"It's part of the plan, and it's part of my career, hopefully, to have a couple of majors by the end of my career". "It's a big deal, but I think, once you get out on the golf course and you start the tournament, all you're thinking about is trying to shoot good scores and hit good golf shots. That's all I'm going to say".
That could reduce some edge for big hitters.
"So I've done well, I'm slowly getting back up the world rankings".
"So we took care of what we needed to take care of today and we move on to Friday and go do what we need to go do tomorrow".
"That's still certainly a possibility, but it's also a possibility that we'll stay in southern Florida or even look at other opportunities around the rest of the country", Bevacqua said.