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Notebook: Former KU golfer Gary Woodland tees off with Tiger Woods

You came in with the breeze

PGA Championship - Round Three Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

Former KU golfer Gary Woodland will tee off with Tiger Woods at 1:35 PM today in the PGA Championship in St. Louis. Woodland is tied for third, three shots behind leader Brooks Koepka. Here’s how to watch. Feel free to use RCT as your open golf thread today.

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