Pga Championship 2010

August 12, 2010 by staff 

Pga Championship 2010, That just shows how difficult it is to predict a golf tournament. But let’s give them another chance of glory in the final major of the season, the PGA Championship.

Billy Hackett JR., Professional co-director, Chisel Creek Golf Club: “I’m with Ernie Els.’s Doing a little resurgence in the game, and he has been playing well this year.”

Jim Grimes, director of golf, Ed Oliver Golf Club: “I’m going out on a limb and take Steve Stricker. It is his home state and has the potential to do so.”

LOESLEIN DALE, director of golf, Odessa National Golf Club: “After Louis Oosthuizen, now everybody take out of this world and one of the known players will win. I’m going with Hunter Mahan. It’s just one of those guys who always seems to play well, and I’m going on a hunch. ”

MIKE McGillin, professional assistant, Brandywine Country Club: “I like Phil Mickelson. It only appears always great to play in the big tournaments.”

BUDDY REED, co-owner, Back Creek Golf Club: “Rory McIlroy. I like the way he plays golf.”

ETHAN PAUXTIS, head professional, Cavaliers Country Club: “No one has yet recovered from the tiger?” I’ll take Tiger Woods. I will be alone. ”

TOBIASON MICHAEL JR., Mini-tour professional and instructor at the Golf Academy MacCluen Eric: “That the house of Steve Stricker, so you have to go with him. He’ll have plenty of relatives and friends who support him. ”

BILL BARROW, executive director of the Golf Association of the State of Delaware: “I always like the root of our local boys, Sean O’Hair and Jim Furyk. O’Hair I think he’s playing well right now, so I’ll go with him. ”

KYLE MULLIN, head professional, Frog Hollow Golf Club: “I think Justin Rose is definitely still a competitor, but I think with all these things that happens with the Tigers at this time, Phil Mickelson can take advantage of that and win this tournament. ”

BRAD MYERS, The Journal News: Bo Van Pelt has five top-five this season, including a tie for third last week. He ranks 12th in both the money list on the PGA Tour and FedEx Cup qualifying. However, a lot of casual golf fans have barely heard of him, so for me, this qualifies as going out on a limb.

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