May 13, 2024

It’s almost time for the 2024 PGA Championship’s first round. The second men’s major of the year returns to Louisville, Kentucky’s Valhalla Golf Club for the first time in ten years.

 

Rory McIlroy won his fourth major championship the previous time the PGA Championship was held here. McIlroy, who won the Wells Fargo Championship last week, is in excellent form as he makes his way to Valhalla.

 

Following his fourth victory at Quail Hollow Club, the Northern Irishman claimed he thought the’stars are aligning’ for him to end his 10-year major drought. Associated:

 

Which athletes from LIV Golf are competing at the PGA Championship? But there will be other narratives at the PGA Championship that golf fans may follow in addition to McIlroy’s. In 2024, world number one Scottie Scheffler has dominated men’s professional golf and is the clear favorite to win his third major championship.

 

Sports Illustrated has reported that Scheffler’s baby has been born. Scheffler had insisted he would not miss the birth of his first child, thus his appearance here seemed uncertain. After finishing second in the previous year’s PGA Championship, Scheffler’s potential to complete the ‘Scheffler Slam’ will undoubtedly be discussed if he triumphs. Brooks Koepka will try to win the major back-to-back once more somewhere else.

 

2018 saw Koepka win the PGA Championship once more, this time at Bethpage Black a year later. The 34-year-old American is now riding high after winning his fourth LIV tournament in Singapore.

 

He would become the first major winner to win the tournament four times since Tiger Woods if he prevailed at the 2024 PGA Championship. That would put him in line with Sir Nick Faldo and Phil Mickelson’s six major championships. PGA Championship full tee times:

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