Practice rounds continue today at Whistling Straits in preparation for the start of the 97th P-G-A Championship on Thursday.
Defending champion Rory McIlroy has declared himself 100-percent, as he gets ready to defend his title.
The World-Number-One has not played competitive golf since the U-S Open in mid-June. In early July, McElroy injured left ankle ligaments while playing soccer with friends.
McIlroy arrived in Haven early, playing a couple of practice rounds over the weekend.
Former Badger Ryan Helminen, who is a teaching pro out of Ridgeway Country Club in Neenah, is in the PGA Field for the second straight year. He missed the cut last year at Valhalla by 1-stroke and vows to play on the weekend this year.
Helminen gets the honor of taking the first swing of the tournament at 6:45 a.m. Thursday on No. 1 with playing partners Rory Sabbatini and Chesson Hadley.