PGA Championship player profile: Daniel Berger

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Woods has not played competitively since finishing 47th in the Masters. The 46-year-old suffered severe leg injuries in a car crash in February last year. Woods won his 13th major title the last time Southern Hills hosted the US PGA in 2007. Two-time US Open champion Curtis Strange believes Woods will expect an improved performance in Tulsa.
PGA Championship player profile: Daniel Berger
9 days ago

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The Independent

Tiger Woods will ‘expect a lot more’ at PGA Championship after Masters comeback

Woods returned to top-level action after a long injury absence with a 47th-placed finished at the Masters.

9 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Tennis World

Pga Championship, Tiger Woods will be there

Long doubtful about their presence in Tulsa for the second major tournament of the year, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will finally be there for the PGA Championship (May 19-22). The two Americans are officially registered on the official list provided Monday by the PGA of America. Pga Championship, schedule Seen at the last Masters but enigmatic about his physical form following his 47th place in Augusta, Woods will therefore tee off in Oklaho…

9 days ago·United States
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Tulsa World

PGA Championship player profile: Daniel Berger

After Berger was not a member of his high school golf team, he played at Florida State and was a two-time All-American.

9 days ago·Tulsa, United States
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Woods will expect to do better at US PGA Championship – Curtis Strange

Two-time US Open champion Curtis Strange believes Tiger Woods will expect an improved performance in next week’s US PGA Championship in Tulsa.Woods, who won his 13th major title the last time Southern Hills hosted the US PGA in 2007, has not played competitively since finishing 47th in the Masters.That was the 46-year-old’s first top-level event since he suffered severe leg injuries in a car crash in Los Angeles in February last year, the 15-tim…

8 days ago·United Kingdom
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Tiger Woods will expect to do better at US PGA Championship – Curtis Strange

By Phil Casey, PA Golf Correspondent Two-time US Open champion Curtis Strange believes Tiger Woods will expect an improved performance in next week’s US PGA Championship in Tulsa. Woods, who won his 13th major title the last time Southern Hills hosted the US PGA in 2007, has not played competitively since finishing 47th in the Masters. That was the 46-year-old’s first top-level event since he...Source

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