Majors matter more than any other golf tournament. But they are not the sole measure of greatness.
Brooks Koepka should know as well as anyone that nothing in golf comes easily.
Brooks Koepka is on the cusp of some elite company at the PGA Championship - in the record book, not on the leaderboard.
Jordan Spieth doesn't feel as though his confidence is getting higher. All that mattered was his score getting lower.
Brooks Koepka delivered on the biggest stage again, this time with Tiger Woods at his side.
Justin Rose sees uniqueness in the PGA Championship because, well, it doesn't have a specific identity.
What has been forgotten is Woods' unexpected Masters victory pretty much was courtesy of British Open champion Francesco Molinari.
Four-time major champion Rory McIlroy was still in awe, two days before the start of the year's second major, the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black.
Dustin Johnson was on the wrong side of history at the last PGA Championship.
Koepka is the titleholder of the PGA Championship and has won the last two U.S. Opens. To use a phrase familiar in these parts of Long Island, he is not exactly chopped liver.