Tiger Woods of the United States hits a shot during a practice round of the 94th PGA Championship at the Ocean Course on August 8, 2012 in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
(August 7, 2012 – Source: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images North America)
(PhatzRadio / Golf.com) — Not long ago the new face of golf was Rory McIlroy, but then it was Bubba Watson, and now it appears to be Keegan Bradley. That’s what happens when you get 16 different people winning the last 16 majors. No player has risen to the top and stuck in the post-Tiger era, making pro golf a pointillist painting that seems to be always on the verge of coalescing. In the final hours before the final major of 2012, the 94th PGA Championship, the picture remains indecipherable here at the Ocean Course on Kiawah Island.
Woods last won one of the biggies 18 majors ago, at the 2008 U.S. Open. At 36, he’s still five majors short of his stated goal of 19, the number that would bust Jack Nicklaus’s career total. Woods will play many other...