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US PGA Championship: Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods named in 156-man field

BBC Sport Monday, 9 May 2022
Defending champion Phil Mickelson and 15-time major winner Tiger Woods are named in the 156-man field for the US PGA Championship in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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