SI's Best Shots from the PGA
SI's Fred Vuich captured these images over the four days at Oakland Hills.
Padraig Harrington sunk a par putt on 18 to secure his second-straight major championship at the PGA on Sunday.
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Camilo Villegas had his best finish to date in a major, T4, at one over par.
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Jeev Milkha Singh was in contention over the weekend, eventually finishing at five over par.
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Phil Mickelson gave himself a chance on Sunday, starting the day with three-straight birdies. But his even-par round left him seven strokes off the lead.
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Geoff Ogilvy made the weekend and finished the tournament at 11 over par.
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Rocco Mediate finished a disappointing 24 over par after a final-round 85.
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Rory Sabbatini shot 72-73-73-74 over the tournament at a tough Oakland Hills course to finish 12 over par.
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Anthony Kim's final-round 77 dropped him down to 55th.
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David Toms, who shot 69 in the second round, finished at seven over par.
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Bubba Watson's final-round 76 left him at 21 over par for the tournament.
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In the second round, Colin Montgomerie shot 84, with ten bogeys and two double-bogeys, to miss the cut and match his highest score in a major.
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Charlie Wi, playing in his first major championship, finished an impressive T9, eight strokes off the lead.
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J.B. Holmes made a drastic drop on Sunday. He shot 81 to move from second to T29.
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Sergio Garcia shot a final-round 68 to just miss his first major victory by two strokes.
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Garcia now has nine top-five finishes in majors and 14 top-10 showings.
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Not only is Harrington the first Irishman to win the PGA Championship, but he is also the only Irishman to win back-to-back majors.
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"I love the feeling of knowing that it's going to come down to the back nine; it's going to come down to who can do it under pressure in the last nine holes," said Harrington, who was two strokes behind Garcia heading into the back nine Sunday.
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Garcia missed a few birdie opportunities on the back nine, like this one on the 12th hole, and allowed Harrington to catch up.
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"I definitely feel like I played well enough to win," Garcia said. "But unfortunately it didn't happen."
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Several fans sent a message to the world's No. 1 player on Sunday with their "We miss you TIGER!" shirts.
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Ben Curtis entered Sunday with the lead after shooting 73-67-68 the first three days.
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Curtis's 1-over 71 in the final round dropped him to one under par to finish T2.
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"I guess if you're going to finish second and they tell you that you qualify for the Ryder Cup, I think that you'll take it. It almost is a victory in itself," Curtis said after his round.
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Woody Austin didn't make it to the weekend, shooting 79s in the first two rounds.
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