PGA Championship Starts Without Defending Champ The PGA Championship — the golf season's final major tournament — begins Thursday — without last year's champion Tiger Woods, who is rehabilitating an injured knee. Commentator John Feinstein talks about the history of the tournament and its relative importance among the four majors.
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PGA Championship Starts Without Defending Champ

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PGA Championship Starts Without Defending Champ

PGA Championship Starts Without Defending Champ

PGA Championship Starts Without Defending Champ

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The PGA Championship — the golf season's final major tournament — begins Thursday — without last year's champion Tiger Woods, who is rehabilitating an injured knee. Commentator John Feinstein talks with Renee Montagne about the history of the tournament and its relative importance among the four majors.