Donald hoping to find a major to go with ranking

Donald hoping to find a major to go with ranking

Kiawah Island : SC : USA | Aug 07, 2012 at 11:11 AM PDT
Source: The Bellingham Herald
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The PGA Championship is the seventh straight major in which Donald is atop the world ranking, and he has been No...His final chance is at rain-soaked Kiawah Island, and the Englishman thinks he has figured them out...He rallied on the last day at the British Open to tie for fifth. FULL ARTICLE AT The Bellingham Herald
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