Discussion: Will an American win the PGA?
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Aug 9, 2011 4:56 PM ET
Much has transpired in the 16 months since Phil Mickelson left Augusta with his third green jacket. One notable exception, though, is that in the six majors that have been contested since last April, no Americans have emerged victorious – the longest such streak in the modern era.
Discussion: Will an American end the major drought this week, or will an International player claim the Wanamaker Trophy?
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Tags: PGA Championship
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