Confident Louis Oosthuizen says no injury or club fears in US PGA Championship title bid despite tight arm and bent 8-iron

Sunday, 13 August 2017  (1 week ago)
South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen shook off a bent club and arm injury after hitting a tree root on Saturday at the US PGA Championship to put himself in contention for his second major title. Oosthuizen overcame the second-hole setback to fire a par-71 in the third round at treacherous Quail Hollow, standing on five-under 208...

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