The field for the PGA Championship will be complete following the conclusion of the AT&T Byron Nelson.
Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York has hosted the second major of the year three times before, most recently in 2013 when Jason Dufner won his sole major title.
The venue has also hosted the US Open on three occasions, the Senior PGA Championship twice, and also the Ryder Cup in 1995.
Jon Rahm will arrive as the most recent major champion, still reeling from his four-stroke victory at the Masters and his return to the World No.1 spot.
After winning the Wanamaker trophy in a playoff in 2022, Justin Thomas is looking to become just the sixth player ever to win the event three times.
Having revealed he’d received more surgery on his foot on April 19, Tiger Woods effectively ruled out his participation in this year’s PGA Championship and cast doubt over playing again on the PGA Tour in 2023.
Jordan Spieth had his fans collectively holding their breath when pulling out of the AT&T Byron Nelson with a wrist injury, but the three-time major champion holds an entry for his latest tilt at the career grand slam.
There are 18 LIV Golf players in the field in Rochester as the PGA of America left their qualification criteria unaltered. Brooks Koepka, Phil Mickelson, and Martin Kaymer return as past champions.
One player from Greg Norman’s roster who isn’t in the field is Sergio Garcia, who has failed to qualify for a major championship for the first time since 1999.
While many players were given invitations by being in the top 100 of the Official World Golf Rankings, the majority of LIV players don’t have access to the 2023 PGA Championship field.
2023 PGA Championship field list
Si Woo Kim
Min Woo Lee
Harold Varner III
Wyatt Worthington II
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