The PGA Championship Tonight: Jimmy Walker captures first major

07/31/2016

SPRINGFIELD, NJ – Jimmy Walker played near flawless golf for 72 holes – including a bogey-free final 28 holes on Sunday – to capture the PGA Championship at soggy Baltusrol.

Walker carded just six bogeys all weekend and finished at 14-under, one shot better than defending champion Jason Day. Day set up a great finish with an eagle on his final hole, but Walker made par at the 18th to seal his first major championship.

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