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"This week would mean a great deal, especially I've had a really good year so far, I think it would make it into a great year". The course previously served as host of the 1992 PGA Championship.
It's also the first Championship for Tiger Woods since 2015. But he fired his lowest final round in five years to take fourth in June at the PGA National and led in the British Open final round before sharing sixth at Carnoustie.
Only Molinari has another PGA TOUR win this season.
"I've been blessed to play this long", Love said.
"It's going to be the quintessential target golf", McIlroy said.
He started off going bogey-double bogey while teeing off from the back nine at Bellerive.
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"I think I was probably a little more anxious previous year, just because there was a big focus right after winning the Open Championship", Spieth said Tuesday as thunder boomed and rain pelted Bellerive Country Club, washing out many practice rounds.
"I don't think they're going to be the smoothest of greens we've played on, but everyone has got to play them", he said.
Coming off a lackluster performance in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Woods arrived in St. Louis on Sunday night, then had caddie Joe LaCava do a scouting mission at Bellerive while Woods sought to rest and rehab with the help of ice baths.
If nothing else, Johnson pointed out Tuesday that he'll have plenty of extended family in the crowd. "Are we going to stay put?"
Fleetwood was second at the US Open in June, a shot behind Brooks Koepka after a final-day 63 - the joint-lowest round in the tournament's history.
"We need to get there prepared and ready to go", he said, "and make life hard on them". Many squeezed in a practice round Monday, but almost all hoped to do the bulk of their preparation at relatively unfamiliar Bellerive on Tuesday and Wednesday.