In golf, we talk a lot about history. Each week there is a chance that some golfer, somewhere is going to have a historic performance. We never know when that will be or who will be doing it, but it's one of the biggest reasons we tune in for the tournaments - especially the Majors.

This year marks the 93rd PGA Championship and for all we know - at this moment - it could be the greatest, or worst, one of the 93. My guess is that it's going to be amongst the better ones we've ever seen. The drama heading into the tournament is just too good for a let down.

There's Tiger and Steve. The young up and comer's Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler (and what seems like nearly half the field). There are past major winners here, quite a few of them actually (Mickelson, Woods, Schwartzel, Harrington, Clarke, McIlroy, etc..) and also those who are looking to claim their first major (Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia, Lee Westwood, etc.).

One of the biggest questions is can two of the greatest golfers we've ever seen (Woods and Mickelson) reclaim their place atop the world of golf with another Major win? Because that's all it will take to catapult them from having a down year to headlinging the main stage of the golf world.

They certainly will have a tough course to play at the Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek, GA. You never really know how hard the course is going to play until you get out there. No practice rounds can give you a true test of what's to come, especially if the weather turns for the better (or worse). It's not like the U.S. Open, where you know it's going to be a struggle out on the course. We could very well see some really low scores if the conditions play out just right.

Last year, we saw Martin Kaymer win the PGA and heading into this year's tournament, we haven't really heard much about him. This is in part because Woods just returned and Steve Williams decided to run his mouth off, but count him out of it at your own risk. I don't think he'll win, but a Top 10 is certainly in the cards for him.

I also don't expect to see a leaderboard with young talent atop it. That's not to say McIlroy and Fowler won't make some noise this weekend, because I think McIlroy will for sure, but I just have a feeling that the old guard is going to have a big say in who takes home the Wanamaker trophy.

1. Tiger Woods - I don't know why I'm doing this... I just am. I'm as desperate for a win as he is.
2. Steve Stricker
3. Martin Kaymer
4. Lee Westwood
5. Ernie Els

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