Jim Nantz, Nick Faldo, Dottie Pepper, Ian Baker-Finch and Gary McCord discuss the biggest topics in golf entering the PGA Championship
Coming into 2016, all of golf was talking about Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day, but none has truly starred on the PGA Tour this year
Tiger Woods won eight of the first 15 WGC-Bridgestone events, which seems like a completely insurmountable charge for any individual golfer
Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy are your favorites at Oakmont but there are others with great odds, too
The No. 3 player in the world is cruising at the K Club, but now he'll have to shut down some world class chasers
Rory McIlroy followed up his first round 67 with a 70 on Friday to go to the weekend one off the pace set by Masters champion Danny Willett.
The No. 3 player in the world has received a lot of criticism recently, and he is not entirely sure why
Jason Day pretty easily ascends to the top of this week's power rankings, but several other big names made moves as well
Jordan Spieth formally spoke with golf media for the first time on Wednesday at TPC Sawgrass. He said the 2016 Masters is behind him.
Rickie Fowler is the defending Players Championship winner. Here's why that might not be the best thing going into a loaded up week.

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