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04 Apr

The final major of 2016, the 98th PGA Championship, begins Thursday at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, New Jersey, just 11 days after the last putt dropped at the Open Championship at Royal Troon. The last four majors have been won by players who hadn’t previously won one, including defending champion Jason Day. It’s almost — thank God it rained Monday — a very intimidating layout in a lot of respects. My dark horse, I said on the show, is Scott Piercy. He’s a fan of all Cleveland professional sports teams, the poor fellow.Because of golf’s return to the Olympics next month, the PGA is being staged at its earliest date on the calendar since 1971, when Jack Nicklaus won his second of a record-tying five PGA titles at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, in February. But the more important historical marker for the storied venue is 2005, when Phil Mickelson won his only PGA title with a birdie on the 72nd hole for a one-stroke victory. CBS Sports on-course reporter Dottie Pepper surveys the landscape as she prepares to work her first PGA Championship. By late this afternoon and tomorrow, it will play like they want it to play. This would suggest long hitters will have an advantage, but a healthy rough will put a premium on finding fairways this week. At par-70 with a finish of two par-5s, you don’t get a chance to breathe. I’ll stay with what I said in our CBS Preview Show. A winner of 23 national writing awards, including 20 for golf coverage, Shedloski is currently a contributing writer for Golf World and Golf and serves as editorial director for The Memorial, the official magazine of the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio. After a renovation by Rees Jones, the Lower Course measures 7,428 yards, heavy lifting for a par-70 layout. The chances are good for guys who played well at Royal Troon. It’s not really a restart this time with so little time between the PGA and the Open Championship. Journalist and author David Shedloski of Columbus, Ohio, has been covering golf since 1986, first as a daily newspaper reporter and later as a freelance writer for various magazines and Internet outlets.This spring, Dottie Pepper, LPGA-Champion-turned-sportscaster, will take the trip to Augusta, Georgia to be the first woman to be a part of a CBS broadcast commentating on The Masters golf tournament. She noted how much greater the opportunity is now, being so soon after the first few women were invited into the formerly all-male Augusta National Golf Club.

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Life became more well-rounded, but my competitive fire was not raging.

Looking ahead to the April 7 start date, Pepper plans to prepare for this event just like any other — by over-preparing.

She doesn’t want to be hit with any surprises come tournament day.

“I believe that if you can read, there is nothing you can’t do,” Pepper said.

She had three main reasons for writing her books: persuading children to play golf, encouraging children to read and teaching kids life lessons along the way.