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PGA Championship has strong Georgia feel

Kiawah Island : SC : USA | Aug 08, 2012 at 5:57 PM PDT
Source: The Macon Telegraph
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The PGA Championship boasts the strongest field of any of the majors, featuring the top 103 players in the world rankings. Scattered throughout are a dozen players with connections to Georgia, ranging from Masters champion Bubba Watson, a Georgia alumnus, to legendary Davis Love III FULL ARTICLE AT The Macon Telegraph
 
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