Why the PGA Championship is better than ever

Updated: August 14, 2006, 7:12 PM ET
By Tim Rosaforte | Golf World

John Daly put the PGA Championship on the map in 1991, gripping and ripping his way around Crooked Stick until the Wanamaker Trophy rested comfortably in his hands. When J.D. won in Indiana, the PGA was considered the ugly stepchild of the major championships. Since then the PGA of America has transformed the beleaguered major. It is now on par with the Masters, U.S. Open and British Open, even surpassing them at times. On the eve of the 88th PGA Championship at Medinah (Ill.) CC, Golf World explains ...

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