Club professional Michael Block is hoping to avoid a return to reality for as long as possible after his US PGA Championship heroics.
Block almost stole the show from winner Brooks Koepka at Oak Hill, making a hole-in-one during the final round while playing alongside Rory McIlroy and finishing in a tie for 15th place.
The 46-year-old’s display captured the imagination of the spectators and his tie for 15th secured a place in next year’s US PGA at Valhalla, followed soon after by invites for this week’s Charles Schwab Challenge on the PGA Tour and June’s Canadian Open.
“I’ve said it a lot, but it’s just a dream,” Block told a pre-tournament press conference at Colonial.
“I’m just cruising. I’m actually kind of glad that at this point I haven’t come to …