Tiger Woods reveals how he really feels ahead of the PGA Championship

Crowds line up for shuttles at the Fenton shuttle lot

Crowds line up for shuttles at the Fenton shuttle lot

But he fired his lowest final round in five years to take fourth in June at the PGA National and led in the British Open final round before sharing sixth at Carnoustie.

"It's certainly close", said McIlroy, who tees it up with Tiger Woods and defending champion Justin Thomas in the first two rounds on what will be a long and soft course.

From a morning start to an evening finish the thread connecting the day's agenda was a familiar one - Tiger Woods.

A field with 98 of the world's 100 top players sees reigning major champions Brooks Koepka (US Open), Patrick Reed (Masters) and Francesco Molinari (British Open) grouped together only a wet layout.

Englishman Tommy Fleetwood is a player who's seemingly in contention every week, yet he's still searching for his first victory on US soil and his first major championship.

And finally: "What sort of an influence has he (Woods) been on you?" "I wouldn't have him as the favorite, but nothing that he does surprises me anymore". "He was doing unbelievable things".

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Most of the questions were familiar and the answers more so. There are other top players to look out for, including Nantz's pick, Rory McIlroy, now ranked fifth in the world, with four major championships. "I was fresh, in form, going to a place where if I worked up the leaderboard I could create a lot of noise".

McIlroy added: "And the feelings that I have now, it's just hard for me to get into those positions, and if I do get into those positions, it will make me a better wedge player".

"But, as we saw at the last major a few weeks ago, he's right there, which is an unbelievable achievement".

Replacing the regular Sky and BBC commentators for Eleven Sports are Dominik Holyer, Anna Whiteley and 2014 Ryder Cup star Jamie Donaldson, while online personality and host of "Seb on Golf" Seb Carmichael-Brown will also join as a part of the team.

United States captain Jim Furyk is sure to be questioned on the subject on Wednesday when he pays a visit to the media centre.

"I'm definitely happy but Thursday you can't go win the golf tournament, you can definitely take yourself out of it and lose it", Fowler said. "It's going to be hot, it's going to be wet, and fortunately I'm one of the guys who hit the ball high and get the ball up in the air, and you just need to get the ball out there".

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