Highlights from the call included discussion about the course setup at The Ocean Course, thoughts on Tiger Woods’ chances next week, the current state of Phil Mickelson’s game, Keegan Bradley’s chances of defending his 2011 PGA Championship, their opinions on the anchored putter debate and finally, parity in golf, with 16 major winners in the last 16 major championships.
Golf Channel will provide nearly 50 live hours – more than 100 in total – of news, analysis, features and player interviews surrounding the men’s last major championship of 2012, which will be contested on The Ocean Course on Kiawah Island, S.C. Golf Channel coverage in the form of Live From the PGA Championship will begin on Monday at 6 p.m. ET and conclude with a two-hour, post-game show following the conclusion of play on Sunday, Aug. 12.
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