PGA might be the fourth of four majors, but history is still worth watching

Originally Published: August 6, 2008
By Jason Sobel | ESPN.com

BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. -- Poor PGA Championship. The black sheep of the major-championship family is not only the fourth chronologically, it brings up the rear in terms of prestige, too. It doesn't have the "tradition unlike any other" of the Masters, the cold-blooded notoriety of the U.S. Open or the historical significance and international charm of the British Open.

No, instead the PGA is the one you forget to circle on the calendar, only to stumble upon it while flipping channels. ...

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