The First Call readers offer their picks for the upcoming PGA Championship and believe Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson could play a role in the storyline
Question of the Week [May 2-8]: Two-part question: Who will win next week's PGA Championship and what will be the biggest storyline?
Justin Thomas wins the PGA. Finally the putter works and four rounds come together. And Tiger Woods is the biggest storyline. If he’s anywhere close to the lead come Sunday, win or lose, he gets more air time and press than the winner.
Winner: Xander Schauffele
Biggest story line: Winner comes out of three-way playoff with Scottie Scheffler and Matthew Wolff.
Winner: Will Zalatoris
Story of the week: A surprise winner of the PGA and the plight of Phil Mickelson.
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LAST WORDS ON BOOKS
I agree with many of the mentions that have been submitted ["Golf books that have left a last impression," May 1] and I have read most of them. However, the only book I have read more than once is "Tommy's Honor" by Kevin Cook, so that must be my favorite.
Surfside Beach, South Carolina
It shouldn't surprise me that Mark Frost's fictional accounts of history would get so many mentions. But, no mentions of Bernard Darwin, Charles Price or Herbert Warren Wind? Very sad.
I just finished “Hogan: A Biography” by [Curt] Sampson. This book was a national bestseller. I have read several Ben Hogan books, but this book provided some insights into the man that I never knew.
Best book ever? ”The Match.”
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