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The PGA Championship is an annual golf tournament, conducted by the Professional Golfers Association of America as part of the PGA TOUR. The PGA Championship is one of the four Major Championships in men's golf, and it is the golf season's final major, being played in August. It is an official money event on both the PGA TOUR and the European Tour.

In line with the other majors, winning the PGA gives a golfer several privileges which make his career much more secure, if he is not already one of the elite of the sport. PGA champions are automatically invited to play in the other three majors (The Masters, US Open and The Open Championship) for the next five years, and are exempt from qualifying for the PGA Championship for life. They also receive membership on the PGA TOUR for the following five seasons and invitations to THE PLAYERS Championship for five years.
The Championship has been held at a large number of venues, some of the early ones now quite obscure, but nowadays it is usually staged by one of a small group of celebrated courses, each of which has also hosted several other leading events.

The first PGA Championship was in 1916 at Siwanoy Country Club in Bronxville, New York. The trophy was donated by Rodman Wanamaker, and is known as the Wanamaker Trophy. It was initially a match play event, and it moved to a stroke play format in 1958. It is sometimes said that this was a result of pressure from televsion, which prefers to see as many famous players as possible in contention on the final day. The first winner, Jim Barnes, received $500 (US) in 1916, while 2005 winner Phil Mickelson received $1.17 million (US).
 


Winners of the PGA Championship and Venues

Strokeplay era

Year ChampionCountryVenueWinner's Score
2015  Whistling Straits 
2014Rory McIlroyNorthern IrelandValhalla Golf Club66-67-67-68=268 (−16)
2013Jason DufnerUnited StatesOak Hill Country Club, East Course68-63-71-68=270 (−10)
2012Rory McIlroy Northern IrelandKiawah Island Resort (Ocean)67-75-67-66-275 (−13)
2011Keegan BradleyUnited StatesAtlanta Athletic Club71-64-69-68-272 (−8)
2010Martin KaymerGermanyWhistling Straits, Straits Course72-68-67-70-277 (−11)
2009Yang Yong-eunSouth KoreaHazeltine National Golf Club73-70-67-70-280 (−8)
2008Padraig HarringtonIrelandOakland Hills Country Club, South Course71-74-66-66-277 (-3)
2007Tiger WoodsUnited StatesSouthern Hills Country Club71-63-69-69-272 (-8)
2006Tiger WoodsUnited StatesMedinah Country Club, Course No. 369-68-65-68-270 (-18)
2005Phil MickelsonUnited States Baltusrol Golf Club, Lower Course67-65-72-72-276 (-4)
2004Vijay SinghFijiWhistling Straits, Straits Course67-68-69-76-280 (-8)
2003Shaun MicheelUnited StatesOak Hill Country Club, East Course69-68-69-70-276 (-4)
2002Rich BeemUnited StatesHazeltine National Golf Club72-66-72-68-278 (-10)
2001David TomsUnited StatesAtlanta Athletic Club, Highlands Course66-65-65-69-265 (-15)
2000Tiger WoodsUnited StatesValhalla Golf Club66-67-70-67-270 (-18)
1999Tiger WoodsUnited StatesMedinah Country Club, Course No. 370-67-68-72-277 (-11)
1998Vijay SinghFijiSahalee Country Club70-66-67-68-271 (-9)
1997Davis Love IIIUnited StatesWinged Foot Golf Club66-71-66-66-269 (-11)
1996Mark BrooksUnited StatesValhalla Golf Club68-70-69-70-277 (-11)
1995Steve ElkingtonAustraliaThe Riviera Country Club68-67-68-64-267 (-17)
1994Nick PriceZimbabweSouthern Hills Country Club67-65-70-67-269 (-11)
1993Paul AzingerUnited StatesInverness Club69-66-69-68-272 (-12)
1992Nick PriceZimbabweBellerive Country Club70-70-68-70-278 (-6)
1991John DalyUnited StatesCrooked Stick Golf Club69-67-69-71-276 (-12)
1990Wayne GradyAustraliaShoal Creek Golf & Country Club72-67-72-71-282 (-6)
1989Payne StewartUnited StatesKemper Lakes Golf Club74-66-69-67-276 (-12)
1988Jeff SlumanUnited StatesOak Tree Golf Club69-70-68-65-272 (-12)
1987Larry NelsonUnited StatesPGA National Resort & Spa70-72-73-72-287 (-1)
1986Bob TwayUnited StatesInverness Club72-70-64-70-276 (-8)
1985Hubert GreenUnited StatesCherry Hills Country Club67-69-70-72-278 (-10)
1984Lee TrevinoUnited StatesShoal Creek Golf & Country Club69-68-67-69-273 (-15)
1983Hal SuttonUnited StatesThe Riviera Country Club65-66-72-71-274 (-10)
1982Raymond FloydUnited StatesSouthern Hills Country Club63-69-68-72-272 (-8)
1981Larry NelsonUnited StatesAtlanta Athletic Club, Highlands Course70-66-66-71-273 (-7)
1980Jack NicklausUnited StatesOak Hill Country Club, East Course70-69-66-69-274 (-6)
1979David GrahamAustraliaOakland Hills Country Club, South Course69-68-70-65-272 (-8)
1978John MahaffeyUnited StatesOakmont Country Club75-67-68-66-276 (-8)
1977Lanny WadkinsUnited StatesPebble Beach Golf Links69-71-72-70-282 (-3)
1976Dave StocktonUnited StatesCongressional Country Club, Blue Course70-72-69-70-281 (+1)
1975Jack NicklausUnited StatesFirestone Country Club, South Course70-68-67-71-276 (-4)
1974Lee TrevinoUnited StatesTanglewood Park, Championship Course73-66-68-69-276 (-4)
1973Jack NicklausUnited StatesCanterbury Golf Club72-68-68-69-277 (-7)
1972Gary PlayerSouth AfricaOakland Hills Country Club, South Course71-71-67-72-281 (+1)
1971Jack NicklausUnited StatesPGA National Golf Club (now BallenIsles Country Club)69-69-70-73-281 (-7)
1970Dave StocktonUnited StatesSouthern Hills Country Club70-70-66-73-279 (-1)
1969Raymond FloydUnited StatesNCR Country Club, South Course69-66-67-74-276 (-8)
1968Julius BorosUnited StatesPecan Valley Golf Club71-71-70-69-281 (+1)
1967Don JanuaryUnited StatesColumbine Country Club71-72-70-68-281 (-7)
1966Al GeibergerUnited StatesFirestone Country Club, South Course68-72-68-72-280 (E)
1965Dave MarrUnited StatesLaurel Valley Golf Club70-69-70-71-280 (-4)
1964Bobby NicholsUnited StatesColumbus Country Club64-71-69-67-271 (-9)
1963Jack NicklausUnited StatesDallas Athletic Club, Blue Course69-73-69-68-279 (-5)
1962Gary PlayerSouth AfricaAronimink Golf Club72-67-69-70-278 (-2)
1961Jerry BarberUnited StatesOlympia Fields Country Club69-67-71-70-277 (-3)
1960Jay HebertUnited StatesFirestone Country Club, South Course72-67-72-70-281 (+1)
1959Bob RosburgUnited StatesMinneapolis Golf Club71-72-68-66-277 (-3)
1958Dow FinsterwaldUnited StatesLlanerch Country Club67-72-70-67-276 (-14)

Matchplay era
Year ChampionCountryRunner-upMargin Venue
1957Lionel HebertUnited States Dow Finsterwald2 & 1Miami Valley Country Club
1956Jack Burke, JrUnited StatesTed Kroll3 & 2Blue Hill Country Club
1955Doug FordUnited StatesCary Middlecoff4 & 3Meadowbrook Country Club
1954Chick HarbertUnited StatesWalter Burkemo4 & 3Keller Golf Club
1953Walter BurkemoUnited StatesFelice Torza4 & 3Birmingham Country Club
1952Jim TurnesaUnited StatesChick Harbert1 upBig Spring Country Club
1951Sam SneadUnited StatesWalter Burkemo7 & 6Oakmont Country Club
1950Chandler HarperUnited StatesHenry Williams, Jr.4 & 3Scioto Country Club
1949Sam SneadUnited StatesJohnny Palmer3 & 2Hermitage Country Club
1948Ben HoganUnited StatesMike Turnesa7 & 6Norwood Hills Country Club
1947Jim FerrierAustraliaChick Harbert2 & 1Plum Hollow Country Club
1946Ben HoganUnited StatesEd Oliver6 & 4Portland Golf Club
1945Byron NelsonUnited StatesSam Byrd4 & 3Moraine Country Club
1944Bob HamiltonUnited StatesByron Nelson1 upManita Golf and Country Club
1943Not held due to World War II
1942Sam SneadUnited StatesJim Turnesa2 & 1Seaview Country Club
1941Vic GhezziUnited StatesByron Nelson1 upCherry Hills Country Club
1940Byron NelsonUnited StatesSam Snead1 upHershey Country Club, West Course
1939Henry PicardUnited StatesByron Nelson1 upPomonok Country Club
1938Paul RunyanUnited StatesSam Snead8 & 7The Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort
1937Denny ShuteUnited StatesHarold McSpaden1 upPittsburgh Field Club
1936Denny ShuteUnited StatesJimmy Thomson3 & 2Pinehurst Resort, No. 2 Course
1935Johnny RevoltaUnited StatesTommy Armour5 & 4Twin Hills Golf & Country Club
1934Paul RunyanUnited StatesCraig Wood1 upThe Park Country Club
1933Gene SarazenUnited StatesWillie Goggin5 & 4Blue Mound Golf & Country Club
1932Olin DutraUnited StatesFrank Walsh4 & 3Keller Golf Club
1931Tom CreavyUnited StatesDenny Shute2 & 1Wannamoisett Country Club
1930Tommy ArmourUnited StatesGene Sarazen1 upFresh Meadow Country Club
1929Leo DiegelUnited StatesJohnny Farrell6 & 4Hillcrest Country Club
1928Leo DiegelUnited StatesAl Espinosa6 & 5Baltimore Country Club, East Course
1927Walter HagenUnited StatesJoe Turnesa1 upCedar Crest Country Club (now Cedar Crest Golf Course)
1926Walter HagenUnited StatesLeo Diegel5 & 3Salisbury Golf Club (now Eisenhower Park, Red Course)
1925Walter HagenUnited StatesBill Mehlhorn6 & 5Olympia Fields Country Club
1924Walter HagenUnited StatesJim Barnes2 upFrench Lick Springs Resort, Springs Country Club Course
1923Gene SarazenUnited StatesWalter Hagen1 upPelham Country Club
1922Gene SarazenUnited StatesEmmet French4 & 3Oakmont Country Club
1921Walter HagenUnited StatesJim Barnes3 & 2Inwood Country Club
1920Jock HutchisonUnited StatesJ. Douglas Edgar1 upFlossmoor Country Club
1919Jim BarnesUnited StatesFred McLeod6 & 5Engineers Country Club
1918Not held due to World War I
1917Not held due to World War I
1916Jim BarnesUnited StatesJock Hutchison1 upSiwanoy Country Club

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