This weekend is the PGA Championship. We take a look at what to expect.
KATIE JOHNSTON: Every single one of the world's top 25 golfers is going to be playing in the PGA Championship this week, including sixth-ranked Collin Morikawa, who's also the defending champion. He won by 2 strokes at TPC Harding Park.
There's also 15th-ranked Hideki Matsuyama. After winning the last Masters, he's looking to make it back-to-back major wins.
And also seventh-ranked Rory McIlroy, who won the last PGA Championship held at Kiawah Island in 2012. He won by 8 strokes. He's coming into this week hot after his recent win at the Wells Fargo Championship.
And another fun storyline to watch this weekend, Jordan Spieth, who's currently 26th-ranked golfer in the world. A win this week would complete his career grand slam.
The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island in South Carolina is the longest course in major championship history. At more than 7,800 yards, has 10 holes stretching along the Atlantic Ocean. Expect wind to be a constant factor on the par-72 course.
Check out the list of favorites in the CBS Local Sports article. And make sure you watch the PGA Championship Saturday, May 22 and Sunday, May 23. That's from 1:00 to 7:00 PM Eastern on CBS. Katie Johnston for CBS Local Sports.