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August 5, 2014 9:16 PM

For Kenny Perry, Valhalla is a site of heartbreak and heroics

Kentucky native Kenny Perry lost the 1996 PGA Championship at Valhalla 18 years ago, but he also helped the U.S. win the 2008 Ryder Cup here. Perry usually baby-sits his grandkids every Tuesday, but instead of chasing after 3-year-old Rowdy and 1-year-old Milly this week, he's trying to keep up with a bunch of young golfers in the 96th PGA Championship.

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