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PGA Championship Preview

This Thursday, the 2021 PGA Championship kicks off at the beautiful Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort. This Pete and Alice Dye designed course comes in at 7,876 yards, making it the longest venue in history. Kiawah Island is 135-yards longer than Erin Hills, the host of the 2017 U.S. Open Championship.

Curious what players are eligible to play in this prestigious tournament? Here’s how to qualify for the PGA Championship:

The list of Notable Players to tee off this Thursday includes Rory Mcllroy, coming off his win at the Wells Fargo Championship this month. K.H. Lee shot -25 on his way to a victory at the AT&T Byron Nelson this Sunday in McKinney, TX. Lee’s win at the AT&T Byron Nelson was the first PGA Tour victory of his career. Collin Morikawa, the 2020 PGA Championship winner will also be back to attempt a repeat PGA Championship title win.

Where/How to Watch
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First Round: Thursday, May 20

Second Round: Friday, May 21

Third Round: Saturday, May 22

Final Round: Sunday, May 23

For more details on how to watch features groups and holes, click here.

SG’s Pick

John Rahm and our long shot – Scottie Scheffler

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