Storms rolled into the Ocean Course on Saturday, producing some of the most dramatic images of the week. The third round was halted and resumed on Sunday morning.
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Rory McIlroy shot a five-under 67 in Thursday's opening round.
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Tiger Woods shot a one-under 71 on Friday.
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Alligators made appearances throughout the tournament.
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Woods started to fall apart on Saturday. He went out Sunday morning and finished his third round, a two-over 74.
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McIlroy breezed through the third round, carding seven birdies for a five-under 67.
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The Ocean Course was hosting its first major championship.
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A rain delay on Saturday forced some players, including McIlroy, to finish their rounds early Sunday morning.
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Carl Pettersson received a two-stroke penalty on the first hole Sunday for moving a loose impediment -- a leaf -- while taking his backswing in a hazard. He finished tied for third.
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McIlroy pulled away from the field on Sunday.
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Ian Poulter began the final round with five-straight birdies.
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Woods struggled throughout the round on Sunday.
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Tiger finished the final round with an even-par 72, and tied for 11th.
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McIlroy did not make a bogey in the final round.
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Woods has not won a major since the 2008 U.S. Open.
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Poulter dropped out of contention after making four bogeys on the back-nine.
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McIlroy shot a six-under 66 in the final round.
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McIlroy's eight-shot margin of victory broke the previous PGA Championship record of seven shots, which was held by Jack Nicklaus.
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Woods has played 14 majors without a win, the longest drought of his professional career.
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It was McIlroy's second major title. His first, at the 2011 U.S. Open, was also an eight-shot rout.
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Walking up the 18th fairway, McIlroy had a seven-shot lead.
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McIlroy sank a 25-foot birdie putt on No. 18 to cap his victory.
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McIlroy and Pettersson were in the same group on Sunday.
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McIlroy was joined by his father, Gerry, on the 18th green.
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McIlroy finished with a 13-under total.
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McIlroy is the youngest player to win the PGA Championship since it became a stroke-play event.
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"To sit up here and see this trophy and call myself a multiple major champion, I know I've talked about it in the past, and not many people have done it," McIlroy said. "I'm very privileged to join such an elite list of names."
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