PGA Championship has the final word


CHASKA, Minn. – Some say the PGA Championship is the stepchild of the majors, that it doesn't have the Masters style, the U.S. Open patriotism or the international cache of the Open Championship. But what it does have is the final word each and every year.

Think your odds of winning are better at this one? Tell that to Arnold Palmer or Tom Watson. The PGA has given us the Haig, Old Man Julius and Davis' rainbow.

Twenty-seven pounds of Wanamaker Trophy carries a lot of weight. This stepchild has a band of brothers all of whom cherish this event.