• Rory Mcilroy (7)

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  • Jason Day (6)

  • Daniel Berger (6)

  • Emiliano Grillo (5)

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  • Rickie Fowler (5)

  • Paul Casey (4)

  • Kevin Na (4)

  • Branden Grace (4)

  • Bubba Watson (4)

  • Bernd Wiesberger (4)

  • Scott Piercy (4)

  • Alexander Noren (4)

  • Jim Furyk (4)

  • Dustin Johnson (4)

  • Andy Sullivan (3)

  • Lee Westwood (3)

  • Brooks Koepka (3)

  • Byeong-Hun An (3)

  • Shane Lowry (3)

  • Tyrrell Hatton (2)

  • Bill Haas (2)

  • Jimmy Walker (2)

  • Gary Woodland (2)

  • Kevin Kisner (2)

  • Henrik Stenson (2)

  • Adam Scott (2)

  • Patrick Reed (2)

  • Francesco Molinari (2)

  • Sergio Garcia (2)

  • Rafa Cabrera-Bello (2)

  • Soren Kjeldsen (2)

  • Justin Rose (2)

  • Matthew Fitzpatrick (1)

  • J.B. Holmes (1)

  • Russell Knox (1)

  • Justin Thomas (1)

  • Brandt Snedeker (1)

  • Chris Wood (1)

  • Zach Johnson (1)

  • Yuta Ikeda (1)

  • Matt Kuchar (1)

  • Danny Willett (1)

Joe LaCava, Tiger Woods' caddie, tried paying off a heckler to go away at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational but had to have him ejected when he still carried on.

 

Brandt Snedeker became the first PGA Tour player to break 60 after making a bogey on his first hole, carding a first-round 59 at the Wyndham Championship.

 

Brandt Snedeker became the first PGA Tour player to break 60 after making a bogey on his first hole, carding a first-round 59 at the Wyndham Championships.

 

Top-ranked Braden Thornberry was beat 2 and 1 by the 998th-ranked amateur in the world, Jesus Montenegro, in the U.S. Amateur at Pebble Beach on Wednesday. Thornberry was one of three top amateurs to lose.

 

Rickie Fowler has withdrawn from next week's FedEx Cup playoff event in New Jersey due to an oblique injury he suffered two weeks ago.

 

The PGA Championship saw a 73 percent increase in its viewership for Sunday's final round, in which Tiger Woods made an electrifying charge in an attempt to win his 15th major.

 

From Phil's mess at the U.S. Open, to Tiger's charge at the PGA, to Brooks Koepka standing tall twice under pressure, this year's majors didn't lack drama.

 

Tiger Woods wanted to win his 15th major. Pretty much everyone at Bellerive wanted the same thing. That he didn't wasn't so bad when you consider what he has done in the past two majors.

 

Brooks Koepka understood the feel-good story, the one everyone wanted. On Sunday at the PGA Championship, he just wasn't going to allow it to happen.

 

Brooks Koepka understood the feel-good story, the one everyone wanted. On Sunday at the PGA Championship, he just wasn't going allow it to happen.

 

Despite a valiant final-round effort from Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka held on to win his third career major by claiming the PGA Championship on Sunday.

 

A lot of players had a chance to win the PGA Championship. Here's why Brooks Koepka did and Tiger Woods and some others didn't.

 

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