August 14, 2007

Complete coverage from Southern Hills

Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

Post-Tournament

MARK YOUR CALENDARS

Here's the date Tiger will pass Jack on the all-time majors list.

By Ron Sirak

BACK TO NORMAL

Credit Tiger with restoring a sense of decorum to the majors.

By Bob Verdi

TOUR INSIDER

Hmm, Tiger's career is off to a nice start. So now let's see what he can do.

By Tim Rosaforte

PAR BOILED

Woody Austin, Ernie Els and steamy Tulsa made Tiger Woods sweat a little, but another PGA Championship was never in doubt

By Jim Moriarty

RANK AND FILE

Stats and scores covering all four rounds at Southern Hills CC

By Brett Avery

TIGER'S "62 1/2"

Woods joins the elite group of players who have shot 63 in a major -- and nearly does them one better

By Tim Rosaforte

TWO MEN AND A GAME

Tiger Woods and Ernie Els return to prominence, and revive -- maybe -- their once-aborted rivalry

By Jaime Diaz

THOUGHTS FROM SOUTHERN HILLS

Fifty years after match play was abandoned at the PGA Championship, the test still serves up taut, intriguing story lines

By Bill Fields

REPORT CARD

How the top 10 players on the World Ranking entering the PGA Championship fared

By John Antonini

TOURNAMENT

__ROUND 1: RECAP | PHOTOS

ROUND 2: RECAP | PHOTOS

ROUND 3: RECAP | PHOTOS

ROUND 4: RECAP | PHOTOS__

__PETE MCDANIEL COLUMNS:

DALY BECOMES ATTENTION GRABBER

MIKE SMALL PROVES PURISTS WRONG

TIGER'S SWING ADJUSTMENT PAYS OFF__

TIGER WATCH

By Mark Soltau

PREVIEW | ROUND 1 | ROUND 2 | ROUND 3 | ROUND 4

PRE-TOURNAMENT

TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT

Added length, quicker greens and—especially—steep, shaved-grass banks are some of the new challenges awaiting players at this year's PGA

By Geoff Shackelford

KID SWAGGER

Brash rookie Anthony Kim has come a long way from his college days in Oklahoma (and he'll be glad to tell you)

By John Strege

NO LAUGHING MATTER

Decades after receiving a death threat, Hubert Green talks about real U.S. Open pressure

By Dave Anderson

SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY

A look at moments from past championships at Southern Hills, along with thoughts on another first-time major winner

MY TOP 10 MAJORS

Picking out the 10 best majors of the past 10 years

By John Hawkins

BAND OF BROTHERS

Today they're high-tech professionals who can earn more than $200,000 a year at the top levels. But when it comes to a major championship like the PGA at Southern Hills, the word goes out and a volunteer army arrives to help get the job done

By Ron Whitten

FIRST-TIMERS

First-time major winners have taken the first three majors of 2007. If the trend continues at Southern Hills, who will it be? Golf World staffers pick out six players

COURSE TOUR: Hole by hole at Southern Hills

STAFF PREDICTIONS

SLIDESHOW: 20 players to watch