PGA of America staffers and the 20 PGA professionals who played this year's PGA Championship at Southern Hills get together during a practice round. Pictured are (front row, left to right) PGA of America secretary Don Rea Jr., Sean McCarty, Paul Dickinson, Nic Ishee, Tyler Collet, Jesse Mueller, Austin Hurt, Colin Inglis, Dylan Newman and PGA of America president Jim Richerson; (middle row, left to right) PGA of America chief membership officer John Easterbrook, Matt Borchert, Zac Oakley, Alex Beach, Ryan Vermeer, Casey Pyne, Tim Feenstra, Michael Block and PGA of America vice president John Lindert; (back row, left to right) Brandon Bingaman, Shawn Warren, Kyle Mendoza, Jared Jones and Wyatt Worthington III. Photo: Montana Pritchard, PGA of America
TULSA, OKLAHOMA | Few things in golf are truer than the adage that golf professionals and professional golfers have two different careers.
Their annual intersection at the PGA Championship, this year at wind-whipped Southern Hills, serves as both a reward and a reminder of the differ...
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