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Selected Players Records for the PGA Championship
 PlayerPGA'sRoundsTop 5Top 10Top 25Scr. Avg.
Keegan Bradley 2 8 2 2 2 69.50
Tiger Woods 14 54 7 8 9 70.12
Rory McIlroy 4 16 3 3 3 70.56
Jason Dufner 4 14 2 2 2 70.93
Phil Mickelson 20 78 3 8 12 70.99
Steve Elkington 19 65 5 6 8 71.33
Jack Nicklaus 37 128 14 15 23 71.35
Sergio Garcia 14 42 3 4 6 71.40
Ernie Els 20 72 4 5 10 71.42
Nick Price 20 72 5 7 9 71.46
Greg Norman 22 80 5 6 12 71.55
David Toms 16 56 2 3 6 71.61
Luke Donald 9 34 1 2 4 71.62
Geoff Ogilvy 10 36 0 3 5 71.64
Jim Furyk 18 66 0 4 8 71.65
Tom Watson 31 112 2 10 18 71.66
Adam Scott 12 42 1 3 7 71.69
Vijay Singh 21 70 4 6 8 71.70
Nick Faldo 22 82 4 5 9 71.87
Dustin Johnson 4 14 1 2 2 71.93
Shaun Micheel 9 30 2 2 3 72.03
Lee Westwood 15 48 1 2 5 72.10
Davis Love III 26 84 2 4 5 72.19
Zach Johnson 9 30 1 2 3 72.27
Retief Goosen 13 44 0 1 4 72.30
Y.E. Yang 6 20 1 1 1 72.40
Paul Azinger 23 72 2 2 5 72.41
Padraig Harrington 14 46 1 2 4 72.50
Bubba Watson 5 16 1 1 1 72.87
Martin Kaymer 5 14 1 2 2 72.93
John Daly 21 54 1 1 2 73.65
 Four Rounds in the 60s, Same PGA Championship
Arnold Palmer (1964) -- 68-68-69-69
Ben Crenshaw (1979) -- 69-67-69-67
Lee Trevino (1984) -- 69-68-67-69 - Won
Paul Azinger (1993) -- 69-66-69-68 - Won
Greg Norman (1993) -- 68-68-67-69
Nick Faldo (1993) -- 69-66-69-68
Steve Elkington (1995) -- 68-67-68-64 - Won
C.Montgomerie (1995) -- 68-67-67-65
Jeff Maggert (1995) -- 66-69-65-69
Bob Estes (1995) -- 69-68-68-68
Steve Lowery (1995) -- 69-68-68-69
Steve Elkington (1998) -- 69-69-69-67
David Toms (2001) -- 66-65-65-69 - Won
Phil Mickelson (2001) -- 66-66-66-68
Steve Lowery (2001) -- 67-67-66-68
Tiger Woods (2006) -- 69-68-65-68 - Won
 Four Sub-Par Rounds, Same PGA Championship
Arnold Palmer (1964) -- 68-68-69-69
Don January (1967) -- 71-72-70-68-69 (includes playoff round) - Won
Don Massengale (1967) -- 70-75-70-66-71 (includes playoff round)
Ben Crenshaw (1979) -- 69-67-69-67
Lee Trevino (1984) -- 69-68-67-69 - Won
Calvin Peete (1984) -- 71-70-69-68
S. Ballesteros (1984) -- 70-69-70-70
Jeff Sluman (1988) -- 69-70-68-65 - Won
Curtis Strange (1989) -- 70-68-70-69
Ian Woosnam (1989) -- 68-70-70-71
John Daly (1991) -- 69-67-69-71 - Won
Nick Price (1992) -- 70-70-68-70 - Won
Paul Azinger (1993) -- 69-66-69-68 - Won
Greg Norman (1993) -- 68-68-67-69
Nick Faldo (1993) -- 69-66-69-68
Steve Elkington (1995) -- 68-67-68-64 - Won
C.Montgomerie (1995) -- 68-67-67-65
Jeff Maggert (1995) -- 66-69-65-69
Bob Estes (1995) -- 69-68-68-68
Justin Leonard (1995) -- 68-66-70-70
Jeff Sluman (1995) -- 69-67-68-70
Steve Lowery (1995) -- 69-68-68-69
Miguel Jimenez (1995) -- 69-69-67-70
Jim Furyk (1995) -- 68-70-69-68
Payne Stewart (1995) -- 69-70-69-67
C. Rocca (1995) -- 70-69-68-69
Jesper Parnevik (1995) -- 69-69-70-69
Woody Austin (1995) -- 70-70-70-69
Mark Brooks (1996) -- 68-70-69-70 - Won
Tommy Tolles (1996) -- 69-71-71-67
Lee Janzen (1996) -- 68-71-71-70
Larry Mize (1996) -- 71-70-69-70
Tom Lehman (1996) -- 71-71-69-70
Miguel Jimenez (1996) -- 71-71-71-70
Steve Elkington (1998) -- 69-69-69-67
Nick Price (1999) -- 70-71-69-71
Tiger Woods (2000) -- 66-67-70-67 - Won
Stuart Appleby (2000) -- 70-69-68-69
Greg Chalmers (2000) -- 71-69-66-70
Phil Mickelson (2000) -- 70-70-69-70
David Toms (2001) -- 66-65-65-69 - Won
Phil Mickelson (2001) -- 66-66-66-68
Steve Lowery (2001) -- 67-67-66-68
Shingo Katayama (2001) -- 67-64-69-70
M.Calcavecchia (2001) -- 71-68-66-65
Billy Andrade (2001) -- 68-70-68-66
Scott Verplank (2001) -- 69-68-70-67
Scott Hoch (2001) -- 68-70-69-67
Jim Furyk (2001) -- 70-64-71-69
Justin Leonard (2001) -- 70-69-67-69
Kirk Triplett (2001) -- 68-70-71-66
Jesper Parnevik (2001) -- 70-68-70-68
Chris DiMarco (2001) -- 68-67-71-71
Brian Gay (2001) -- 70-68-69-71
Charles Howell (2001) -- 71-67-69-71
Nick Price (2001) -- 71-67-71-70
Chris Smith (2001) -- 69-71-68-71
Bob Tway (2001) -- 69-69-71-70
Greg Norman (2001) -- 70-68-71-70
Jose M Olazabal (2001) -- 71-70-68-71
Fred Couples (2001) -- 70-69-70-71
Frank Lickliter (2001) -- 71-69-71-71
Chris DiMarco (2004) -- 68-70-71-71
Tiger Woods (2006) -- 69-68-65-68 - Won
Shaun Micheel (2006) -- 69-70-67-69
Adam Scott (2006) -- 71-69-69-67
Sergio Garcia (2006) -- 69-70-67-70
Ian Poulter (2006) -- 70-70-68-71
Bubba Watson (2010) -- 68-71-70-68
Zach Johnson (2010) -- 69-70-69-70
Steve Elkington (2010) -- 71-70-67-71
Camilo Villegas (2010) -- 71-71-70-68
Robert Karlsson (2010) -- 71-71-71-70
Most Sub-Par RoundsMost Rounds in the 60s
 PlayerRounds PlayerRounds
Jack Nicklaus 53 Jack Nicklaus 41
Tom Watson 41 Jay Haas 28
Jay Haas 37 Tom Watson 27
Nick Faldo 34 Phil Mickelson 27
Phil Mickelson 33 Raymond Floyd 24
Tiger Woods 32 Tiger Woods 24
Raymond Floyd 30 Greg Norman 22
Greg Norman 30 Nick Faldo 21
Nick Price 28 Vijay Singh 21
Fred Couples 28 Ernie Els 19
Lanny Wadkins 28 Davis Love III 19
Hale Irwin 28 Fred Couples 19
Hale Irwin 19
Stroke Play Records
 72-Hole Record:
265 (David Toms, 2001 - Atlanta Athletic Club)
 54-Hole Record:
196 (David Toms, 2001 - Atlanta Athletic Club)
 36-Hole Record:
131 (Hal Sutton, 1983 - Riviera Country Club)
(Vijay Singh, 1993 - Inverness Country Club)
(Mark O'Meara, 1995 - Riviera Country Club)
(Ernie Els, 1995 - Riviera Country Club)
(David Toms, 2001 - Atlanta Athletic Club)
(Shingo Katayama, 2001 - Atlanta Athletic Club)
 18-Hole Record:
63 (Bruce Crampton, 1975 - Firestone Country Club)
(Raymond Floyd, 1982 - Southern Hills Country Club)
(Gary Player, 1984 - Shoal Creek Country Club)
(Vijay Singh, 1993 - Inverness Country Club)
(Michael Bradley, 1993 - Inverness Country Club)
(Brad Faxon, 1995 - Riviera Country Club)
(Jose Maria Olazabal, 2000 - Valhalla Golf Club)
(Mark O'Meara, 2001 - Atlanta Athleic Club)
(Thomas Bjorn, 2005 - Baltusrol Golf Club)
(Tiger Woods, 2007 - Southern Hills Country Club)
(Steve Stricker, 2011 - Atlanta Athletic Club)
 9-Hole Record:
28 (Brad Faxon, 1995 - Riviera Country Club)
Most AppearancesMost Rounds Played
 PlayerAppearances PlayerRounds
Sam Snead 38 Jack Nicklaus 128
Arnold Palmer 37 Arnold Palmer 121
Jack Nicklaus 37 Raymond Floyd 116
Raymond Floyd 31 Tom Watson 112
Tom Watson 31 Tom Kite 102
Gene Sarazen 31 Jay Haas 102
Denny Shute 29 Hale Irwin 100
Vic Ghezzi 28 Lanny Wadkins 96
Tom Kite 28 Billy Casper 88
Lanny Wadkins 28 Gary Player 88
Jay Haas 28 Fred Couples 88
Doug Ford 27 Gene Littler 86
Larry Nelson 27 Ben Crenshaw 86
Hale Irwin 26
Davis Love III 26
Ben Crenshaw 26
All-Time Money List
 PlayerEventsMoney
Tiger Woods 15 $6,077,262
Phil Mickelson 20 2,998,076
Vijay Singh 21 2,401,177
Rory McIlroy 4 2,330,400
Shaun Micheel 9 1,934,385
David Toms 16 1,852,336
Keegan Bradley 2 1,829,500
Padraig Harrington 14 1,783,950
Ernie Els 20 1,748,773
Sergio Garcia 14 1,731,500
 Age
 Oldest Winner
Julius Boros (48 years, 4 months, 18 days), 1968
 Youngest Winner
Gene Sarazen (20 years, 5 months, 22 days) 1922
 Champions
 Most Victories
5, Walter Hagen (1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927)
5, Jack Nicklaus (1963, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1980)
 Consecutive Victories
5, Walter Hagen (1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927)
 Most Runner-ups
4, Jack Nicklaus (1964, 1965, 1974, 1983)
3, Byron Nelson (1939, 1941, 1944)
3, Arnold Palmer (1964, 1968, 1970)
3, Billy Casper (1958, 1965, 1971)
3, Lanny Wadkins (1982, 1984, 1987)
 Scoring (stroke play, 1958-present)
 Low 72 Holes
5, Walter Hagen (1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927)
5, Jack Nicklaus (1963, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1980)
 Lowest Under Par 72 Holes
18 under, Tiger Woods, Bob May, 2000
18 under, Tiger Woods, 2006
 Wire-To-Wire Winners
Bobby Nichols (1964)
Raymond Floyd (1969, 1982)
Hal Sutton (1983)
Nick Price (1994)
Tiger Woods (2000*) - Won in three-hole playoff
Phil Mickelson (2005)
 Champion Breakdown by Native Country
76 - United States
4 - Australia, South Africa
2 - Fiji, England, Scotland, Ireland
1 - Germany, South Korea

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