PGA Championship

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The PGA Championship is a golf tournament, which is the last out of the men's golf Major Championships.

Stroke play era winners[change | edit source]

Year Champion Country Venue Location of venue Winner's Score
2012 Rory McIlroy  Northern Ireland Kiawah Island Golf Resort, The Ocean Course Kiawah Island, South Carolina 67-75-67-66=275 (−13)
2011 Keegan Bradley  United States Atlanta Athletic Club, Highlands Course Johns Creek, Georgia 71-64-69-68=272 (−8)
2010 Martin Kaymer  Germany Whistling Straits, Straits Course Kohler, Wisconsin 72-68-67-70=277 (−13)
2009 Y. E. Yang  South Korea Hazeltine National Golf Club Chaska, Minnesota 73-70-67-70=280 (−8)
2008 Pádraig Harrington Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Oakland Hills Country Club, South Course Bloomfield Township, Michigan 71-74-66-66=277 (−3)
2007 Tiger Woods (4)  United States Southern Hills Country Club Tulsa, Oklahoma 71-63-69-69=272 (−8)
2006 Tiger Woods (3)  United States Medinah Country Club, Course No. 3 Medinah, Illinois 69-68-65-68=270 (−18)
2005 Phil Mickelson  United States Baltusrol Golf Club, Lower Course Springfield, New Jersey 67-65-72-72=276 (−4)
2004 Vijay Singh (2)[1]  Fiji Whistling Straits, Straits Course Kohler, Wisconsin 67-68-69-76=280 (−8)
2003 Shaun Micheel  United States Oak Hill Country Club, East Course Rochester, New York 69-68-69-70=276 (−4)
2002 Rich Beem  United States Hazeltine National Golf Club Chaska, Minnesota 72-66-72-68=278 (−10)
2001 David Toms  United States Atlanta Athletic Club, Highlands Course Duluth, Georgia 66-65-65-69=265 (−15)
2000 Tiger Woods (2)[2]  United States Valhalla Golf Club Louisville, Kentucky 66-67-70-67=270 (−18)
1999 Tiger Woods  United States Medinah Country Club, Course No. 3 Medinah, Illinois 70-67-68-72=277 (−11)
1998 Vijay Singh  Fiji Sahalee Country Club Sammamish, Washington 70-66-67-68=271 (−9)
1997 Davis Love III  United States Winged Foot Golf Club, West Course Mamaroneck, New York 66-71-66-66=269 (−11)
1996 Mark Brooks[3]  United States Valhalla Golf Club Louisville, Kentucky 68-70-69-70=277 (−11)
1995 Steve Elkington[4]  Australia Riviera Country Club Pacific Palisades, Claifornia 68-67-68-64=267 (−17)
1994 Nick Price (2)  Zimbabwe Southern Hills Country Club Tulsa, Oklahoma 67-65-70-67=269 (−11)
1993 Paul Azinger  United States Inverness Club Toledo, Ohio 69-66-69-68=272 (−12)
1992 Nick Price  Zimbabwe Bellerive Country Club St. Louis, Missouri 70-70-68-70=278 (−6)
1991 John Daly  United States Crooked Stick Golf Club Carmel, Indiana 69-67-69-71=276 (−12)
1990 Wayne Grady  Australia Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club Birmingham, Alabama 72-67-72-71=282 (−6)
1989 Payne Stewart  United States Kemper Lakes Golf Club Long Grove, Illinois 74-66-69-67=276 (−12)
1988 Jeff Sluman  United States Oak Tree Golf Club Edmond, Oklahoma 69-70-68-65=272 (−12)
1987 Larry Nelson (2)  United States PGA National Resort & Spa Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 70-72-73-72=287 (−1)
1986 Bob Tway  United States Inverness Club Toledo, Ohio 72-70-64-70=276 (−8)
1985 Hubert Green  United States Cherry Hills Country Club Cherry Hills Village, Colorado 67-69-70-72=278 (−10)
1984 Lee Trevino (2)  United States Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club Birmingham, Alabama 69-68-67-69=273 (−15)
1983 Hal Sutton  United States Riviera Country Club Pacific Palisades, California 65-66-72-71=274 (−10)
1982 Raymond Floyd (2)  United States Southern Hills Country Club Tulsa, Oklahoma 63-69-68-72=272 (−8)
1981 Larry Nelson  United States Atlanta Athletic Club, Highlands Course Duluth, Georgia 70-66-66-71=273 (−7)
1980 Jack Nicklaus (5)  United States Oak Hill Country Club, East Course 70-69-66-69=274 (−6)
1979 David Graham  Australia Oakland Hills Country Club, South Course Bloomfield Township, Michigan 69-68-70-65=272 (−8)
1978 John Mahaffey  United States Oakmont Country Club Oakmont, Pennsylvania 75-67-68-66=276 (−8)
1977 Lanny Wadkins  United States Pebble Beach Golf Links Pebble Beach, California 69-71-72-70=282 (−6)
1976 Dave Stockton (2)  United States Congressional Country Club, Blue Course Bethesda, Maryland 70-72-69-70=281 (+1)
1975 Jack Nicklaus (4)  United States Firestone Country Club, South Course Akron, Ohio 70-68-67-71=276 (−4)
1974 Lee Trevino  United States Tanglewood Park, Championship Course Clemmons, North Carolina 73-66-68-69=276 (−4)
1973 Jack Nicklaus (3)  United States Canterbury Golf Club Beachwood, Ohio 72-68-68-69=277 (−7)
1972 Gary Player (2)  South Africa Oakland Hills Country Club, South Course Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 71-71-67-72=281 (+1)
1971 Jack Nicklaus (2)  United States PGA National Golf Club Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 69-69-70-73=281 (−7)
1970 Dave Stockton  United States Southern Hills Country Club Tulsa, Oklahoma 70-70-66-73=279 (−1)
1969 Raymond Floyd  United States NCR Country Club, South Course Dayton, Ohio 69-66-67-74=276 (−8)
1968 Julius Boros  United States Pecan Valley Golf Club San Antonio, Texas 71-71-70-69=281 (+1)
1967 Don January  United States Columbine Country Club Columbine Valley, Colorado 71-72-70-68=281 (−7)
1966 Al Geiberger  United States Firestone Country Club, South Course Akron, Ohio 68-72-68-72=280 (E)
1965 Dave Marr  United States Laurel Valley Golf Club Ligonier, Pennsylvania 70-69-70-71=280 (−4)
1964 Bobby Nichols  United States Columbus Country Club Columbus, Ohio 64-71-69-67=271 (−9)
1963 Jack Nicklaus  United States Dallas Athletic Club, Blue Course Dallas, Texas 69-73-69-68=279 (−5)
1962 Gary Player  South Africa Aronimink Golf Club Newtown Square, Pennsylvania 72-67-69-70=278 (−2)
1961 Jerry Barber  United States Olympia Fields Country Club Olympia Fields, Illinois 69-67-71-70=277 (−3)
1960 Jay Hebert  United States Firestone Country Club, South Course Akron, Ohio 72-67-72-70=281 (+1)
1959 Bob Rosburg  United States Minneapolis Golf Club Minneapolis, Minnesota 71-72-68-66=277 (−3)
1958 Dow Finsterwald  United States Llanerch Country Club Havertown, Pennsylvania 67-72-70-67=276 (−4)

References[change | edit source]

  1. Chris DiMarco and Justin Leonard (both United States)
  2. Bob May (United States)
  3. Kenny Perry (United States)
  4. Colin Montgomerie (Scotland)