LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- The 547-yard, par-5 18th hole at Valhalla Golf Club is tailor made for drama. Bob May made a miraculous 15-foot birdie putt on the 18th Sunday during the 2000 PGA Championship, only to see Tiger Woods force a playoff by making his six-foot birdie putt.
Reachable in two shots for nearly every player in the field, eagles can certainly be made this week. But train wrecks are possible too — just ask Kenny Perry.
In the 1996 PGA Championship, Perry headed to the 18th tee Sunday with a two-shot lead over Mark Brooks. After he hooked his drive left and made bogey, Brooks made birdie and then won in a playoff.
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