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We Had Seven Towels In The Bag Today’ – Pro Describes Brutal PGA Championship Conditions

We Had Seven Towels In The Bag Today' - Pro Describes Brutal PGA Championship Conditions

Conditions at the PGA Championship were brutal to say the least, with the majority of players over-par on Saturday. One of the players who managed to join the under-par club though was Stephan Jaeger, who produced a one-under-par round that included three birdies and two bogeys.

The German currently sits on the cusp of the top-10 and, following his third round at Oak Hill, he gave an in-depth description of how tough the conditions were, with multiple professionals showing anger throughout Saturday

Victor Perez talks to his caddie under an umbrella

Victor Perez reportedly went through five gloves and four towels during his round

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Speaking after his round of 69, Jaeger gave huge praise to his caddie, with the 33-year-old stating: “I would wipe my brim (of my hat) because I don’t water dropping down when I’m putting. Immediately after you hit the shot you give it to your caddie under the umbrella, they put it in. They do most of the work, but especially with the driver you don’t really want water on the club face because the ball could go anywhere. 


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