Final Round of the PGA Championship
Ireland's Padraig Harrington became the first European to win the PGA Championship since 1930.
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Henrik Stenson shot a two-over 72 in his final round to finish four strokes off the lead.
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Camilo Villegas, sporting purple hat, belt and shoes, shot 68 to finish at one over par.
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Playing in his first major, South Korea's Charlie Wi finished T9 at five over par.
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Jeev Milkha Singh's only birdie of the day came on the par-3 third hole. He finished T9.
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Sunday's morning's play at Oakland Hills
Under sunny skies on Sunday morning, the leaders at the 90th PGA Championship completed the third round, much of which was rained out on Saturday.
Ben Curtis shot 68 to put himself in sole possession of the lead at two under par.
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J.B. Holmes, who never played a hole on Saturday, made an eagle on the par-5 second hole on Sunday morning.
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Holmes made a bogey on the 18th hole to shoot 70 and fall into a tie for second.
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Henrik Stenson's score has improved each round. His third-round 68 tied him with Holmes in second place.
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Padraig Harrington's 66 was highlighted by four consecutive birdies on holes 13 through 16. He starts the fourth round tied for fourth place.
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This drive on the sixth hole led to Sergio Garcia's second birdie on the front nine. He shot 69 to move into a tie for fourth.
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Phil Mickelson shot 71 and finished the third round at four over.
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Justin Rose was near the top of the leaderboard Sunday morning until he made a triple-bogey 7 on the par-4 11th hole. His 74 put him at four over.
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Phil Mickelson started strong with three-straight birdies on the front nine. An even-par final round left him T7.
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Holmes shot an 11-over 81 to finish a disappointing T29.
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With a triple, double and four bogeys in his first eight holes, J.B. Holmes plummeted from the top of the leaderboard.
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This was Harrington's second-straight major championship win. He finished at three under par.
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Harrington made this par putt on 18 to keep his lead.
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"I think I was willing them into the hole at that stage," Harrington said.
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Sergio Garcia's second shot found the sand on the 18th hole. He went on to two-putt for a bogey and a tie for second place.
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"I feel like I played well enough to win more than -- probably more than two majors throughout my career.
Unfortunately, it hasn't happened," Garcia said after the tournament. "That doesn't mean that I'm not in the right track. It's just a matter of time."
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Garcia got off to a hot start in the final round, opening birdie-eagle on the first two holes.
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Harrington sunk several clutch putts on the back nine to hold off Ben Curtis and Garcia.
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"I've got Tiger ahead of me," Harrington said. "It is a long way to catch Tiger at the top. But I know that the only way of focusing on doing that is focusing on me, what I'm doing, controlling what I can do; I can't control Tiger."
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Even when Tiger Woods is not at the tournament, his presence can be felt. Here some spectators sported "We miss you Tiger" shirts as Garcia putted.
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Curtis opened with a birdie, but had back-to-back bogeys on Nos. 8 and 9.
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Curtis's ball found the hospitality tent on the 16th hole. He still managed to par the hole.
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Curtis finished at one under par, two strokes off the lead.
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Camilo Villegas got the best read possible on this putt on the 17th green Sunday morning. His third-round 67 put him in a tie for ninth place.
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