Kaseyn Kahne is going to win his first title at the PGC National Golf Tournament, according to the Associated Press, but he will also face an uphill battle to beat fellow member of the field, Alex Kipspege, in the final.
Kahne will face Kipspeng, who has won five times in the PGM, in a round of eight match-up.
The last time Kahne faced Kipsperg was at the 2013 PGA National, when the American went on to win.
Kipspeng will face Kahne in a second round, where the two will meet in the winner’s circle, where Kipspine will play on the green.
Kippens win at PGC will be his fifth title.
The German has been on a tear in his last four tournaments, going from an 80-75 season record to a 63-42 season record.
In addition to winning at the 2014 PGA Championships, Kahne was named to the PPC Masters and the PPG Championship.
Kahnes last win at the National was in 2012, when he was runner-up at the event.
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