For five holes late Sunday afternoon, Shaun Micheel and Chad Campbell were Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier.
Tiger Woods officially will go majorless in 2003 after posting his worst-ever finish in a major championship Sunday.
The contenders grew to eight Saturday as Shaun Micheel stumbled down the stretch.
Tiger Woods may be headed to his worst-ever finish in a major after Saturday's 72, and is almost assuredly going to go majorless in 2003.
Billy Andrade was an alternate a week ago. After two rounds, he's in the final pairing at the PGA.
The PGA Championship was largely unaffected by the blackout that paralyzed the Northeast on Thursday.
Some big-name players dug themselves some pretty deep holes at the PGA Championship on Thursday.
Tiger Woods' closing run almost secured him his third major of the year, but he came up one shot short.
The leaders played a wild back nine on Saturday to finish the third round.
Tiger Woods makes highlight reels with his birdies and eagles ... he wins majors with pars.
Forecasters expect severe thunderstorms over Hazeltine National on Friday night. And in the aftermath, they expect 30-40 mph winds on Saturday afternoon.
Hazeltine National, wicked at times on Thursday afternoon, showed a kinder, gentler side Friday morning.
It's cliche, but apropos: You can't win the tournament in the opening round, but you can go a long way toward losing it.
He's not in 100th place, the spot he was after shooting 73 in the first round of last year's PGA Championship when he ended up tied for 29th. But he's not in the lead, either.
David Toms is the defending PGA champ -- yet he wouldn't draw a second glance walking around Hazeltine if not for his golf gear.
Hazeltine National didn't get off to a good start initially, but it considers itself a major player on the world golf stage.