Tiger Woods doesn't mince words when explaining his loyalty to the PGA Tour. Photo: Darren Carroll, PGA of America via Getty Images
TULSA, OKLAHOMA | Under an overcast Oklahoma sky, disruption hung in the breezy air at the PGA Championship on Tuesday.
It’s been there for a while now, building like a summer thunderstorm and one day soon, likely when the LIV Golf Invitational Series finally debuts near London in early June, conjecture and controversy will give way to something more chaotically concrete.
This PGA Championship, set on a gloriously redone golf course, eventually will become about the shots being played beginning just past sunrise Thursday, but getting there requires a wider view than the golf itself.
Defending champion Phil Mickelson is conspicuous by his absence, a choice he made but perhaps with the encouragement and counsel of others.
Meanwhile, Tiger Woods is back where he won the 2007 PGA Championship in searing heat, a different player w...
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