The 2018 PGA Championship is just two days away. The world's best golfers will descend on St. Louis with hopes of winning the year's final major tournament.
This year's tournament will take place from Bellerive Country Club. Leading up to the tournament, there have been questions about the course, specifically the greens.
According to Joel Beall of Golf Digest, there were rumors of the course's greens being burnt out. Earlier this week, he snapped photos of some of the greens.
Check them out.
Clearly the course is drier than the players would like, but these are the world's best golfers and they should be able to handle this. However, during the U.S. Open, golfers were upset with the dry, unplayable greens.
Many of the world's best didn't hold back from ripping Shinnecock Hills due to the lack of consistency in the course. The tournament kicks off on Friday morning, which will give the grounds keepers time to get the course in better shape.