PGA Tour Brunch | PGA Championship Wrap
PGA Tour Brunch Looks at Brooks Koepka's Win at Oak Hill
ROCHESTER - Brooks Koepka earned his fifth career major championship title and third PGA Championship victory (2018, 2019, 2023) with his steady weekend performances, scoring (66), (67) to won by two strokes.
Scottie Scheffler earned his second career runner-up at a major and returns to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Norway’s Viktor Hovland finished Top 10 for third straight major. Hovland was the only player in field to post four rounds at even-par or better Scheffler, Hovland are the only two players to finish in the Top 10 in first three 600-point FedEx Cup events of season:
Scheffler: Win/THE PLAYERS Championship, T10/Masters Tournament, T2/PGA Championship
Hovland: T3/THE PLAYERS Championship, T7/Masters Tournament, T2/PGA Championship
Michael Block recorded the best finish by PGA professional since 1986 and his T-15 guarantees him a spot in 2024 PGA Championship. Block - already a crowd favorite - thrilled the onlookers at No. 15 with an ace.
Cam Davis, Kurt Kitayama, Scheffler, Cameron Smith and Sepp Straka recorded tournament-low rounds (65).
Min Woo Lee and Ryan Fox earn Special Temporary Membership on the Tour.
PGA Tour Brunch Will Post at Noon Wednesday, May 24th
PGA Championship | Final Leaderboard
1 Brooks Koepka 72 66 66 67 271 (-9)
T-2 Scottie Scheffler 67 68 73 65 273 (-7)
T-2 Viktor Hovland 68 67 70 68 273 (-7)
T-4 Cam Davis 71 70 71 65 277 (-3)
T-4 Kurt Kitayama 70 71 71 65 277 (-3)
T-4 Bryson DeChambeau 66 71 70 70 277 (-3)
Final Leaderboard: (link)
PGA Championship | What They’re Saying
Koepka Wins PGA Championship and Fifth Major (ESPN.com)
Koepka Wins: Round 4 Review (PGA Tour.com)
Club Pro Block Aces PGA, No. 15 and Fans (ESPN.com)
We’ll Never Forget Michael Block (PGATour.com)
Sporting Goods and Golf Industry News
Michael Block to Play Charles Schwab Challenge (PGATour.com)
Payouts at the PGA Championship (Golf Week/USA Today)
What’s in Brooks’ Golf Bag? (Golf Week/USA Today)
Seven Months After Bad Scooter Accident Murray Wins at Ferry (Golf Week)
On This Day in Golf History
May 22, 1994 - Tom Lehman won his first PGA Tour title at The Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village in Ohio. He posted a record 20-under par and won by five strokes over Greg Norman. - Courtesy of Randy Walker, Author of On This Day in Golf History, available via Amazon.com and by clicking HERE
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