Aug. 7-12, 2018
Quail Hollow Club
Length: 7,442 yd (6,805 m)
Format: Stroke Play
Prize fund $10.5 million
The 97th The US PGA Championship will take place atquail hallow club in Louisville, Ky between the 7-12 Aug 2018.
This is the last chance for the top players to gain the glory on the very biggest stage. U.S. PGA Championship is staged at a different venue allowing the general public the opportunity to get to see the greats of Golf, and it also ensures that players are faced with a different challenge each year.
positioned as the last of four major men's golf tournaments, the
US PGA Championship was established in 1916 and has been host to
great play and fabulous finishes since its debut.
Who will win the 2018
US PGA Championship and secure his place at the 2018
A lot has changed with this tournament since Jim Barnes
collected $500.00 for winning the inaugural PGA Championship to
now, when Tiger Woods collected a $1.224 million dollar purse in
2006. Each champion has also taken home the Wanamaker Trophy for
besting the field.
Winning the PGA Championship earns the golfer
lifetime-qualifying status for the tournament. The winner will
also receive invitations to the 3 remaining major tournaments
for the following 5 years. The winner will not have to qualify
to make the PGA Tour for 5 years and will receive 5 years worth
of invitations to The Players Championship.
In other words, the winner virtually secures his future on the
Tour for another half a decade or more, which means there are
quite a few guys on Sunday gunning for the Wanamaker Trophy and
all that it secures.
Bet 2018 PGA Championship Golf Odds
PGA Championship Winners
2017 PGA Championship Winner
2016 PGA Championship Winner
2015 PGA Championship Winner
2014 PGA Championship Winner
This was the third PGA Championship at Valhalla, which previously hosted in 1996 and 2000, both won in playoffs, as well as the Ryder Cup in 2008, the most recent U.S. victory. Rory McIlroy won his second PGA Championship and fourth career major title, one stroke ahead of runner-up Phil Mickelson.
2013 PGA Championship Winner
Jason Dufner wins 2013 PGA Championship by two strokes at Oak Hill Country Club, East Course Rochester, NY. Dufner carded a 68 in the fourth round, which gave him a total score of 10 strokes under par for the tournament.
2012 PGA Championship Winner
Rory McIlroy wins 2012 PGA Championship at Kiawah Island. McIlroy was at 12 under when he walked toward the 18th green with a seven-shot lead, then he rolled in a 25-foot birdie, surpassing the PGA Championship record for margin of victory that Jack Nicklaus set in 1980.
2011 PGA Championship Winner
Keegan Bradley birdied the 16th and then made a 40-footer for another at the 160-yard, 17th. In the group behind world number 80 Dufner also went in the water at the 259-yard 15th and, after doing well to escape with a bogey there, he failed to get up and down from sand on the next and then three-putted the penultimate hole.
2010 PGA Championship Winner
The German golfer Martin Kaymer wins the 2010 PGA Championship, making him the second German to win a major championship, after Bernhard Langer. Kaymer has won the Championship in a three-hole playoff that did not include Dustin Johnson, who was penalized two strokes for grounding his club in a bunker on the last hole.
2009, Yang did what had never been done, when he came
from behind to snatch the 91st PGA Championship from the
heretofore invincible Tiger Woods in a tense, thrilling
finish at Hazeltine National. It was a jaw-dropping
finale, thanks to Yang's scintillating hybrid shot to 10
feet on the 72nd green for the clinching birdie to win
the final major of the PGA golf season.
90th US PGA Championship was a historical event
which saw the first European in 78 years to win the
illustrious golf tournament. Padraig Harrington of
Ireland won the event by two shots, defeating Sergio
Garcia and Ben Curtis on the way. The last us PGA
Champion to win at Hazeltine was Rich Beem who beat
off a charging Tiger Woods in 2002.
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