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5hJason Sobel

PGA of America gambled at Baltusrol -- and lost

Understanding that hindsight is 20/20, a closer examination of the choices made by the PGA of America could have at least mitigated the situation facing the rest of the 98th PGA.

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North: 'We're going to see some strange stuff happen on Sunday' (1:17)
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Haigh: Players can handle 36 holes (0:23)
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Summerhays holes an eagle on second hole (0:20)
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7hBob Harig

Harrington all in for golf's Olympic return

Don't count Padraig Harrington among the naysayers about golf and the Olympics. The three-time major winner can't wait to go for the gold -- and he plans to stick around for other sports, too.

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Mickelson describes "the worst start of any player's round" (0:42)
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Matsuyama holes out for eagle (0:20)
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Spieth: 'I just can't get a putt to go in outside 10 feet' (0:25)
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Spieth struggling with putting at USA PGA (3:27)
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21hJason Sobel

PGA issues apology for wrong pin placement

Officials at the PGA Championship were forced to issue an apology Friday after it was discovered that the 10th tee placement was incorrect to start second-round play at Baltusrol.

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Walker in the lead after first round of PGA Championship (2:29)
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McIlroy struggles, Walker shines at PGA Championship (2:08)
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Watson's birdie putt just drops in (0:18)
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2dMichael Collins

Aces hard to come by in Round 1 grades

Not a single top-10 player in the world aced their first-round PGA Championship grade -- but a club pro did. Michael Collins hands out the hardware from Day 1.

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Day: Energy was zapped by group's struggles (0:35)
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Day impresses in first round at PGA Championship (1:08)
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Across the Pond: European players to keep an eye on (2:34)

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Rain the story at PGA Championship

Tom Rinaldi and Andy North recap a rain-soaked Saturday at Baltusrol.

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Haigh: Players can handle 36 holes

USPGA Competitions officer Kerry Haigh hopes to finish the PGA Championship on Sunday despite bad weather during Round 3.

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Eric Lundsten ESPN Producer 

The silver lining for Saturday ticket holders at PGA Championship? If play goes until Monday, Saturday tickets will be valid for grounds access.

Eric Lundsten ESPN Producer 

PGA of America statement bad news for 3rd round PGA Championship ticket holders: "Due to safety considerations, parking capacity & operational limitations on course, tickets from Sat. may not be used for admittance on Sun."

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Will they play ball in hand Sunday at the PGA Championship? Don't expect it. "It's unlikely. Very unlikely." -- moments ago from Kerry Haigh, Chief Championships Officer of the PGA of America.