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5 surprising players you won’t see at the 2024 PGA Championship

5 surprising players you won’t see at the 2024 PGA Championship

In the world of golf, the PGA Championship is one of the most prestigious events of the year, attracting the best players from around the globe. However, this year’s tournament will be without several notable names due to various factors. Here are 5 surprising players you won’t see at the 2024 PGA Championship.

1. Tiger Woods: The 15-time major champion has been sidelined by injuries and is not expected to return to competition until later this year.

2. Phil Mickelson: The six-time major champion has been suspended from the PGA Tour following his involvement in the LIV Golf series.

3. Dustin Johnson: The 2020 Masters champion has also joined LIV Golf and will be ineligible to compete in PGA Tour events.

4. Bryson DeChambeau: The former US Open champion has also moved to LIV Golf and will not be playing in the PGA Championship this year.

5. Brooks Koepka: The four-time major champion has withdrawn from the PGA Championship due to injury.

Xander Schauffele Makes History with PGA Championship Victory: A Triumph Worth Celebrating

Xander Schauffele Makes History with PGA Championship Victory: A Triumph Worth Celebrating

In a groundbreaking moment for Xander Schauffele, the 2023 PGA Championship victory culminates years of unwavering dedication and resilience. With each clutch shot and birdie putt, Schauffele exhibited remarkable talent and composure, showcasing his belief in his abilities and tenacity in the face of adversity. His triumph at Valhalla exemplifies perseverance, passion, and the unwavering belief in oneself.

PGA Tour-PIF dealmaker resigns, citing ‘no meaningful progress’

PGA Tour-PIF dealmaker resigns, citing ‘no meaningful progress’

The PGA Tour-PIF dealmaker, Greg Norman, has resigned, expressing dissatisfaction over the lack of significant advancement in reaching a settlement between the competing golf circuits. Norman has stated that while he made earnest efforts to facilitate a reconciliation, the absence of tangible headway left him with no alternative but to step down.