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Former Champions Withdraw From PGA Championship

Former Champions Withdraw From PGA Championship

The PGA Championship is almost upon us, with the second men’s Major of the year seeing the world’s elite head to Oak Hill for a chance at the Wanamaker Trophy.

With the full field confirmed, there has been a lot of gossip around those featuring, with Paul Casey receiving a special invite after the PGA of America honoured its exemption to him last year after he was out injured. In 2021, Casey finished T4th at the event so qualified for the tournament at Southern Hills, but couldn’t play due to a back problem.

Martin Kaymer holds the PGA Championship trophy in 2010

Martin Kaymer celebrates his PGA Championship victory in 2010

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Originally, there were 18 players from the LIV Golf League on the field list, with one of those being 2010 PGA Championship winner, Martin Kaymer. However, the German has been battling injury throughout 2023 and, despite playing in Tulsa this week, he won’t be present at Oak Hill.


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