Tiger Woods begins first PGA round since 2015

Tiger Woods begins first PGA round since 2015

Tiger Woods begins first PGA round since 2015

Tiger Woods has won 14 majors during his legendary career.

Day's closest calls have come at the PGA Championship, finishing second by a shot to Jimmy Walker during his title defence in 2016, before sharing ninth behind victor Justin Thomas a year ago.

An elite field with 98 of the world's 100 top-ranked players gathers at Bellerive Country Club for the year's final major tournament, which starts Thursday.

This includes exclusively watching one group all day - which means you can watch Tiger Woods and every shot he takes.

We have had four separate winners of the PLAYERS (Webb Simpson), Masters (Patrick Reed), U.S. Open (Brooks Koepka) and Open Championship (Francesco Molinari).

Joining Molinari with two wins are Justin Rose, Jason Day and Patton Kizzire.

And finally: "What sort of an influence has he (Woods) been on you?"

'I think going in there was a big focus on it, given it was right after winning the Open Championship, so it was fresh, I was in form and going to a place that - if I worked up the leaderboard - it would create a lot of noise. "He was doing unbelievable things".

The Fleetwood playing at Bellerive this week told Britain's Press Association he didn't know if he'd been paid "because I don't really look".

Of the eight golfers to take questions on Tuesday, six were asked about or mentioned Woods as the media probed for some Tiger information left unclaimed.

And he still stands firm at 42 and many are questioning whether he could be in with a chance this year.

Same goes for Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth or Phil Mickelson on the PGA Championship live player and on the PGA Championship mobile app.

Photos of Sims on Instagram were going viral before the tournament. "I feel like I've actually got a clear vision of the golf course". "It's a little bit of a bonus event", he said of what is just his sixth career tilt at a major, but fifth in the last two years.

For the American players, this is the last chance to secure a place at the Ryder Cup in Paris on September 28-30, without being chosen as one of four wildcards in US Captain Jim Furyk's possession. "So he's shown over the past few years he's mentally very good, so I'm sure he won't have a problem". "If you look at (Tuesday), we came back out to play after finishing nine holes (and getting stopped by thunderstorms) and the atmosphere was nearly like a Saturday of a tournament".

He was one shot out of the lead on the back nine at consecutive tournaments in Florida, and then was never a factor at the Masters.

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