PGA of America president Nick Rogers says that the PGA Tour has reached a critical mass, with the championship teams in every major tournament and major tournament champion playing in the tournament’s final round.
In the PPG World Championship in April, the top five finishers all won their tournament at least once, Rogers said.
“We have reached a tipping point.
The top players have won the tournaments they have played.
It is the apex of performance,” Rogers said during a press conference Tuesday.”
In my mind, this tournament is the best it’s ever been and it will always be,” he added.
“I can’t speak to the other championships, but this is the pinnacle of performance and performance and achievement.”PPG World Champion Nick Rogers on Tuesday.
(Photo by Rick Osentoski/Getty Images)The PGA Championship in June featured the likes of Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose, Jack Nicklaus and Rory McIlroy in the finals, but the PGC’s top eight players did not play in the championship round.
The PGA’s top six players were able to reach the final, but Rogers said they all missed out on that event because they missed the finals.PGA TOUR Championship in PGA World Championship: 2018: Dustin Johnson (4-under par 74) | Justin Rose (2-under 71) | Jack Nicklas (3-under 72) | Rory Mciltown (2.4-over 76) | Dustin Johnson/GettyImagesThe PGC Championship in July featured the four top players of the field in the final round, including Johnson, who came back from three strokes behind to finish in first place.
However, Nicklaus finished with a score of 2.4, and the two remaining men, McIlown and McRose, finished tied for third.
The last two men, Nicklas and McIlroys, missed out.
The PSC Championships in June was another tournament where the top six men did not have the chance to play in a final round of the PGL Championship.
Johnson and McElroy both missed out, and Nicklaus did not participate in the PGH Championship.
The 2018 Memorial Championship was played at Oakmont Country Club in South Carolina.
McIlros and Johnson were able the round with a round of 67 and 68, respectively, leading to a final score of 3-over par 74.
Johnson won the tournament, with McIlrogs two-under 69.
The next two men were in the top 10, and McLoughlin and Johnson both finished in the third and fourth spots.
Johnson and McLuros have not played since, though Rogers said he has not spoken to the two since the event was cancelled.