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2011 PGA Championship Final Leader Board

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, August 15th, 2011
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Final 2011 PGA Championship Leader Board

POS Player
TO PAR
R1 R2 R3 R4 Total
1 Keegan Bradley – Wins in playoff
-8
71
64
69
68
272
2 Jason Dufner
-8
70
65
68
69
272
3 Anders Hansen
-7
68
69
70
66
273
T4 Robert Karlsson
-5
70
71
67
67
275
T4 David Toms
-5
72
71
65
67
275
T4 Scott Verplank
-5
67
69
69
70
275
7 Adam Scott
-4
69
69
70
68
276
T8 Lee Westwood
-3
71
68
70
68
277
T8 Luke Donald
-3
70
71
68
68
277
T10 Kevin Na
-2
72
69
70
67
278
T10 D.A. Points
-2
69
67
71
71
278
T12 Trevor Immelman
-1
69
71
71
68
279
T12 Gary Woodland
-1
70
70
71
68
279
T12 Sergio Garcia
-1
72
69
69
69
279
T12 Bill Haas
-1
68
73
69
69
279
T12 Nick Watney
-1
70
71
68
70
279
T12 Charl Schwartzel
-1
71
71
66
71
279
T12 Steve Stricker
-1
63
74
69
73
279
T19 Brian Davis
E
69
73
69
69
280
T19 Phil Mickelson
E
71
70
69
70
280
T19 Ryan Palmer
E
71
70
69
70
280
T19 Matt Kuchar
E
71
71
68
70
280
T19 Hunter Mahan
E
72
72
66
70
280
T19 John Senden
E
68
68
72
72
280
T19 Brendan Steele
E
69
68
66
77
280
T26 Charles Howell III
+1
72
68
73
68
281
T26 Robert Allenby
+1
72
70
71
68
281
T26 Jerry Kelly
+1
65
73
74
69
281
T26 Bubba Watson
+1
74
68
70
69
281
T26 Mark Wilson
+1
69
71
71
70
281
T26 Scott Piercy
+1
71
68
71
71
281
T26 Brendon de Jonge
+1
68
72
69
72
281
T26 Spencer Levin
+1
71
70
68
72
281
T34 Chris Kirk
+2
72
72
69
69
282
T34 Francesco Molinari
+2
72
71
67
72
282
T34 Alexander Noren
+2
70
72
68
72
282
T37 Matteo Manassero
+3
68
74
71
70
283
T37 Ben Crane
+3
71
72
66
74
283
T39 Johan Edfors
+4
71
70
73
70
284
T39 Harrison Frazar
+4
72
69
72
71
284
T39 Ian Poulter
+4
74
68
70
72
284
T39 K.J. Choi
+4
70
73
69
72
284
T39 Bill Lunde
+4
71
71
69
73
284
T39 Jim Furyk
+4
71
65
73
75
284
T45 Pablo Larrazabal
+5
70
73
76
66
285
T45 Ross Fisher
+5
71
69
76
69
285
T45 Seung-yul Noh
+5
71
70
75
69
285
T45 Andres Romero
+5
72
70
74
69
285
T45 Yuta Ikeda
+5
73
68
72
72
285
T45 Brandt Jobe
+5
68
69
73
75
285
T51 Rickie Fowler
+6
74
69
75
68
286
T51 John Rollins
+6
72
72
70
72
286
T51 Jhonattan Vegas
+6
70
68
74
74
286
T51 Johnson Wagner
+6
71
69
72
74
286
T51 Simon Dyson
+6
68
72
71
75
286
T56 Ryan Moore
+7
75
69
76
67
287
T56 Ricky Barnes
+7
69
75
71
72
287
T56 Bryce Molder
+7
74
69
70
74
287
T59 Michael Bradley
+8
70
74
74
70
288
T59 Zach Johnson
+8
71
72
73
72
288
T59 K.T. Kim
+8
73
71
70
74
288
T62 Robert Garrigus
+10
70
70
74
76
290
T62 Kevin Streelman
+10
73
71
71
75
290
T64 Sean O’Hair
+11
71
73
77
70
291
T64 Peter Hanson
+11
71
71
76
73
291
T64 Padraig Harrington
+11
73
69
75
74
291
T64 Rory McIlroy
+11
70
73
74
74
291
T64 Miguel Angel Jimenez
+11
69
73
72
77
291
T69 Edoardo Molinari
+12
75
69
76
72
292
T69 Y.E. Yang
+12
71
73
74
74
292
T69 Mike Small (Club Pro)
+12
73
71
70
78
292
T72 Paul Casey
+14
72
72
78
72
294
T72 Davis Love III
+14
68
71
76
79
294
T74 Shaun Micheel
+15
66
78
77
74
295
T74 Rory Sabbatini
+15
73
69
73
80
295

2011 PGA Championship Round Three Thoughts

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, August 14th, 2011
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2011 PGA ChampionshipIt was almost more entertaining reading the comments around the social networks about the third round, than the 3rd round was itself.  Many media, fans and players are critical of the course and the leader board it has produced.  That leader board features some relative unknowns which I think will hurt the ratings quite a bit.

Leaders

Brendan Steele and Jason Dufner share the lead going into the final round at -7.  I watched them both closely on Saturday and both didn’t seem to feel many nerves.  That is likely to change during the final round, when those who lack experience in those situations tend to melt down.

In The Mix

One shot back is HP Byron Nelson Championship winner and rookie Keegan Bradley.  I watched Keegan closely at the Byron and I’m quite impressed with his maturity for being a rookie.  And that win at the Byron was impressive, as the conditions were possibly the toughest of the entire PGA Tour season.  The winning score was -3.  What a story it would be for a rooking to notch two wins in his first year, one being a major.

Veterans Scott Verplank and Steve Stricker are definitely in striking range at -5 and -4 respectively.  Stricker is capable of going very low, as he proved in his first round 63.

A large group is still in the mix at -2 which includes David Toms, Charl Schwartzel, Robert Karlsson, Adam Scott and John Senden.  Should the leaders drop back a bit, which is likely, this group could easily produce a winner.

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2011 PGA Championship Round Three Leader Board

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, August 14th, 2011
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POS Player R1 R2 R3 TOT TO PAR
1 Brendan Steele 69 68 66 203 -7
1 Jason Dufner 70 65 68 203 -7
3 Keegan Bradley 71 64 69 204 -6
4 Scott Verplank 67 69 69 205 -5
5 Steve Stricker 63 74 69 206 -4
6 Anders Hansen 68 69 70 207 -3
6 D.A. Points 69 67 71 207 -3
8 David Toms 72 71 65 208 -2
8 Charl Schwartzel 71 71 66 208 -2
8 Robert Karlsson 70 71 67 208 -2
8 Adam Scott 69 69 70 208 -2
8 John Senden 68 68 72 208 -2
13 Ben Crane 71 72 66 209 -1
13 Nick Watney 70 71 68 209 -1
13 Luke Donald 70 71 68 209 -1
13 Spencer Levin 71 70 68 209 -1
13 Brendon de Jonge 68 72 69 209 -1
13 Lee Westwood 71 68 70 209 -1
13 Jim Furyk 71 65 73 209 -1
20 Hunter Mahan 72 72 66 210 0
20 Francesco Molinari 72 71 67 210 0
20 Alexander Noren 70 72 68 210 0
20 Matt Kuchar 71 71 68 210 0
20 Bill Haas 68 73 69 210 0
20 Phil Mickelson 71 70 69 210 0
20 Ryan Palmer 71 70 69 210 0
20 Sergio Garcia 72 69 69 210 0
20 Scott Piercy 71 68 71 210 0
20 Brandt Jobe 68 69 73 210 0
30 Bill Lunde 71 71 69 211 1
30 Brian Davis 69 73 69 211 1
30 Kevin Na 72 69 70 211 1
30 Gary Woodland 70 70 71 211 1
30 Simon Dyson 68 72 71 211 1
30 Trevor Immelman 69 71 71 211 1
30 Mark Wilson 69 71 71 211 1
37 K.J. Choi 70 73 69 212 2
37 Ian Poulter 74 68 70 212 2
37 Bubba Watson 74 68 70 212 2
37 Johnson Wagner 71 69 72 212 2
37 Jerry Kelly 65 73 74 212 2
37 Jhonattan Vegas 70 68 74 212 2
43 Chris Kirk 72 72 69 213 3
43 Bryce Molder 74 69 70 213 3
43 Matteo Manassero 68 74 71 213 3
43 Robert Allenby 72 70 71 213 3
43 Harrison Frazar 72 69 72 213 3
43 Charles Howell III 72 68 73 213 3
43 Yuta Ikeda 73 68 72 213 3
50 John Rollins 72 72 70 214 4
50 Kyung-Tae Kim 73 71 70 214 4
50 Mike Small 73 71 70 214 4
50 Miguel Angel Jimenez 69 73 72 214 4
50 Johan Edfors 71 70 73 214 4
50 Robert Garrigus 70 70 74 214 4
56 Kevin Streelman 73 71 71 215 5
56 Ricky Barnes 69 75 71 215 5
56 Rory Sabbatini 73 69 73 215 5
56 Davis Love III 68 71 76 215 5
60 Zach Johnson 71 72 73 216 6
60 Andres Romero 72 70 74 216 6
60 Seung-yul Noh 71 70 75 216 6
60 Ross Fisher 71 69 76 216 6
64 Rory McIlroy 70 73 74 217 7
64 Padraig Harrington 73 69 75 217 7
66 Michael Bradley 70 74 74 218 8
66 Y.E. Yang 71 73 74 218 8
66 Rickie Fowler 74 69 75 218 8
66 Peter Hanson 71 71 76 218 8
70 Pablo Larrazabal 70 73 76 219 9
71 Edoardo Molinari 75 69 76 220 10
71 Ryan Moore 75 69 76 220 10
73 Sean O’Hair 71 73 77 221 11
73 Shaun Micheel 66 78 77 221 11
75 Paul Casey 72 72 78 222 12

PGA Championship Round One Thoughts

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, August 12th, 2011
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2011 PGA ChampionshipI don’t pass up an opportunity to golf with my dad, especially at his fantastic club Hidden Valley CC.  So yesterday when the email rolled in with an invite I hit record on the DVR to record round one of the PGA Championship and flew out the door.  When I left Tiger Woods had played 5-6 holes and was -3.  It was looking like he was in control of his game.  I was amazed when I got back to find out that he’d apparently completely lost that control and finished with his worst ever opening score in a major championship, 77.  Some how TW had lost 10 shots to par after I stopped watching.  Wow.

The quote below is very telling.  It seems Tiger has no control over his shots at this point.  I’m sure this isn’t good news to his swing coach Sean Foley.

“My shots don’t shape like they used to. I don’t shape the ball as much. I went ahead and, as I said, just played by feel and I just hit it, aimed too far right and it didn’t move. And a lot of fades out there did the same thing. I aimed left for a fade and it doesn’t move, it moves about a yard or two and I’m used to having it cut a lot more than that. And my draw used to move a lot than that as well.” ~Tiger Woods following first round of 2011 PGA Championship

Steve Stricker posted a major championship record tying 63 yesterday.  I’d sure love to see him win a major.  Stricker is certainly one of those who could qualify as “current best player who hasn’t won a major.”  I just wonder if he can keep it together all weekend.  Typically super low rounds aren’t followed up by another.

Rory McIlroy should have dropped away from that tree root yesterday.  Round two is underway as I write this and his wrist is wrapped as he has some tendon damage.  Judging from his swings, he’s a bit worried about it but he’s still hitting some great shots.

I’m very surprised by the performance of Jerry Kelly who shot a 65 yesterday (2nd) and Shaun Micheel shooting 66.  What is it with Micheel and the PGA?  Just plays well in this event?

Phil Mickelson was quite outspoken about his low opinion of the design work on the course by Rees Jones, namely the very long par-3 holes.  He was saying that these holes were fine for tour play, but too hard for the average golfer.  Strangely though, some of what he said was removed from the transcripts from the event.  Hmmm.  Phil is still in it, shooting a +1 71.

There are many other interesting story lines from day one, but I can’t possibly cover them all.  Comment in your thoughts.


2011 PGA Championship Round One Leader Board

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, August 12th, 2011
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2011 PGA Championship Round One Leader Board

1 Steve Stricker -7 63
2 Jerry Kelly -5 65
3 Shaun Micheel -4 66
4 Scott Verplank -3 67
T5 Brendon de Jonge -2 68
T5 Matteo Manassero -2 68
T5 Davis Love III -2 68
T5 John Senden -2 68
T5 Bill Haas -2 68
T5 Brandt Jobe -2 68
T5 Anders Hansen -2 68
T5 Simon Dyson -2 68
T13 Bob Sowards (CP) -1 69
T13 Adam Scott -1 69
T13 Stewart Cink -1 69
T13 Brendan Steele -1 69
T13 Brian Davis -1 69
T13 Miguel Angel Jimenez -1 69
T13 Mark Wilson -1 69
T13 Trevor Immelman -1 69
T13 D.A. Points -1 69
T13 Ricky Barnes -1 69
T23 Gary Woodland E 70
T23 Jason Dufner E 70
T23 Luke Donald E 70
T23 Nick Watney E 70
T23 K.J. Choi E 70
T23 Robert Garrigus E 70
T23 Alexander Noren E 70
T23 Pablo Larrazabal E 70
T23 Jhonattan Vegas E 70
T23 Robert Karlsson E 70
T23 Rory McIlroy E 70
T23 Camilo Villegas E 70
T23 Michael Bradley E 70
T36 Ross Fisher +1 71
T36 Phil Mickelson +1 71
T36 Peter Hanson +1 71
T36 Spencer Levin +1 71
T36 Keegan Bradley +1 71
T36 Bill Lunde +1 71
T36 Jim Furyk +1 71
T36 Steve Marino +1 71
T36 Johan Edfors +1 71
T36 Johnson Wagner +1 71
T36 Y.E. Yang +1 71
T36 Justin Rose +1 71
T36 Ryan Palmer +1 71
T36 Charl Schwartzel +1 71
T36 Jason Day +1 71
T36 Matt Kuchar +1 71
T36 Lee Westwood +1 71
T36 Zach Johnson +1 71
T36 Jonathan Byrd +1 71
T36 Ben Crane +1 71
T36 Sean O’Hair +1 71
T36 Scott Piercy +1 71
T36 Seung-yul Noh +1 71
T59 John Rollins +2 72
T59 Tetsuji Hiratsuka +2 72
T59 Andres Romero +2 72
T59 Angel Cabrera +2 72
T59 David Toms +2 72
T59 Paul Casey +2 72
T59 Charles Howell III +2 72
T59 Stuart Smith (CP) +2 72
T59 David Horsey +2 72
T59 Chris Kirk +2 72
T59 Brian Gay +2 72
T59 Martin Kaymer +2 72
T59 Sergio Garcia +2 72
T59 Hunter Mahan +2 72
T59 Robert Allenby +2 72
T59 Harrison Frazar +2 72
T59 Francesco Molinari +2 72
T59 Steve Schneiter (CP) +2 72
T59 Kevin Na +2 72
T78 Kevin Streelman +3 73
T78 Charlie Wi +3 73
T78 Martin Laird +3 73
T78 Alvaro Quiros +3 73
T78 Padraig Harrington +3 73
T78 Scott Stallings +3 73
T78 Bo Van Pelt +3 73
T78 Mark Brooks +3 73
T78 Brad Lardon (CP) +3 73
T78 Yuta Ikeda +3 73
T78 Mike Small (CP) +3 73
T78 Hiroyuki Fujita +3 73
T78 Rory Sabbatini +3 73
T78 Steve Elkington +3 73
T78 K.T. Kim +3 73
T93 Stephen Gallacher +4 74
T93 Ian Poulter +4 74
T93 Bubba Watson +4 74
T93 Thomas Bjorn +4 74
T93 Sean Dougherty (CP) +4 74
T93 J.J. Henry +4 74
T93 Fredrik Andersson Hed +4 74
T93 Ernie Els +4 74
T93 Anthony Kim +4 74
T93 Brandt Snedeker +4 74
T93 Rickie Fowler +4 74
T93 Rich Beem +4 74
T93 Bryce Molder +4 74
T93 Graeme McDowell +4 74
T93 Cameron Tringale +4 74
T108 Ryan Moore +5 75
T108 Edoardo Molinari +5 75
T108 Jeff Overton +5 75
T108 Jeff Sorenson (CP) +5 75
T108 Webb Simpson +5 75
T108 Marty Jertson (CP) +5 75
T108 Charley Hoffman +5 75
T108 Ryuji Imada +5 75
T108 Dustin Johnson +5 75
T108 Retief Goosen +5 75
T108 Geoff Ogilvy +5 75
T119 Craig Stevens (CP) +6 76
T119 Vijay Singh +6 76
T119 David Hutsell (CP) +6 76
T119 Gregory Bourdy +6 76
T119 Louis Oosthuizen +6 76
T119 Tom Gillis +6 76
T119 Thomas Aiken +6 76
T119 Fredrik Jacobson +6 76
T119 Raphael Jacquelin +6 76
T119 Jeff Coston (CP) +6 76
T129 Mike Northern (CP) +7 77
T129 Faber Jamerson (CP) +7 77
T129 Wenchong Liang +7 77
T129 Tiger Woods +7 77
T129 John Daly +7 77
T129 Jerry Pate +7 77
T129 Aaron Baddeley +7 77
T129 Jamie Donaldson +7 77
T129 D.J. Trahan +7 77
T138 Brendan Jones +8 78
T138 Arjun Atwal +8 78
T138 Rob Moss (CP) +8 78
T138 Dan Olsen (CP) +8 78
T138 Jose Maria Olazabal +8 78
T138 Larry Nelson +8 78
T138 Darren Clarke +8 78
T138 Robert McClellan (CP) +8 78
T146 Rocco Mediate +9 79
T146 Richard Green +9 79
T148 J.B. Holmes +10 80
T148 Scott Erdmann (CP) +10 80
T148 Lucas Glover +10 80
T148 Heath Slocum +10 80
T152 Daniel Balin (CP) +11 81
T152 Tommy Gainey +11 81
154 Todd Camplin (CP) +12 82
T155 Ryo Ishikawa +15 85
T155 Brian Cairns (CP) +15 85

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