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Tiger Woods at 2004 PGA Championship in Kohler, Wisconsin Tiger Woods at 2004 PGA Championship in Kohler, Wisconsin By: The Agency
Tiger Woods sealing his 74th all-time PGA tour victory at the AT&T National in 2012Tiger Woods sealing his 74th all-time PGA tour victory at the AT&T National in 2012
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2019 PGA Championship Round Highlights
Brooks Koepka PGA Championship Win | 2019 Final Round Highlights
Brooks Koepka entered the final round of the 2019 PGA Championship with a commanding 7 stroke lead. For the first time in this tournament Kopeka struggled enough to allow one golfer to get within reach of the top of the leaderboard. Brooks shot a +4, 74 on the day, turning in 6 bogeys and only 2 birdies. Dustin Johnson on the other hand played well shooting a -1, 69 on the day with 5 birdies and only 2 bogeys. His play wasn't enough to catch Koepka's early lead though and DJ finished in 2nd place with -6 overall to Koepka's -8. Koepka became the first golfer in history to hold back-to-back PGA major titles (he also won the '17 & '18 US Open).
2019 PGA Championship - Round 3 Highlights
The 7-stroke lead Brooks Koepka had going into the 3rd round of the 2019 PGA Championship remained intact, all said and done. Koepka shot an even par-70 on the day and held onto his -12 overall score. The big story of the third round was the great play of Jazz Janewattananond who shot a day low of 67 to bring his overall tally to -5 under par, tying Dustin Johnson, Luke List and Harold Varner III for second place on the leaderboard. Jordan Spieth ended up +2 on the day, falling to -3 overall and tied for 8th in the tournament. Tiger Woods did not play in this round as he did not make the day 2 cut.
2019 PGA Championship - Round 2 Highlights
Brooks Koepka made history in the second round of the 2019 PGA Championship by turning in a 65 on the day. That, with his 63 in the opening round gave him the lowest 36-hole tally of any major ever, at 128 strokes. Koepka also set a record for the largest lead in PGA Championship history with 7 strokes. Brooks birdied holes 1, 2 and 4 while making par on the rest of the front nine. He bogeyed 10 and 17 but birdied 13, 15, 16 and sank another birdie at 18 to go -12 under par for the tournament overall. Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth had great days as well, rising up to -5. Tiger Woods missed the cut after shooting a +3 on the day, +5 overall.
2019 PGA Championship - Round 1 Highlights
Defending champion Brooks Koepka led the way in the opening round of the 2019 PGA Championship with a -7 under par. Koepka shot a 63 and played bogey-free. Just behind him 119th world ranked Danny Lee surprised everyone with his 64 on the day, making eight birdies and just two bogeys to come within one stroke of the lead. Tommy Fleetwood rounded out the top 3 in the first round with his 67. A pack of 13 golfers finished just behind these 3, notably Day, Fowler, Dustin Johnson, Mickelson and Spieth all finishing at -1 under par. Tiger Woods had an up and down day putting and finished with a 72, 9 strokes off the lead.

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