• There were plenty of guys with a chance to snag this PGA Championship on Sunday, but it was Jason Dufner that took care of business on Sunday at Oak Hill. His Sunday 68 was even better than the score considering he made bogeys on his final two holes, but a great player over the last two seasons was deserving of the Wanamaker Trophy.
• Of all the guys that had a chance on Sunday, it was a pretty lackluster push from everyone besides Dufner. Jim Furyk shot 71, Henrik Stenson, Jonas Blixt and Adam Scott shot 70 and names like Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson couldn't get a big push going.
• The PGA Championship started with hope that Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson might be meeting at the perfect time, but neither could get anything going at Oak Hill. Mickelson shot 78-72 on the weekend to finish T-72 while Woods continued his major struggles with a T-41 finish at the PGA.
Scott Piercy wasn't in the equation heading into the final round at the PGA Championship, but his Sunday was really, really good. Piercy shot a round of 5-under 65 despite bogeys on Nos. 15 and 18, making eight birdies to finish T-5, his best finish ever in a major.
Tim Clark might not have had the best week at Oak Hill, but he had the shot of the week at the PGA Championship with this hole-in-one on No. 11.
"I wasn't going to play scared or soft." -- Jason Dufner
While the major season is over, it's the FedEx Cup playoffs that kick off next week at the Wyndham Championship. With four great weeks of playoff golf, we're in luck with the Presidents Cup kicking off on October 6, so while the majors are done, golf is not.
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