When Rory McIlroy arrived at the Ocean Course's 18th green Sunday to play his 72nd and final hole of the PGA Championship, he was two putts away from a bogey-free final round. He only needed one. Rory stepped up to his Pro V1x and rolled in the 25-foot birdie putt to put an exclamation mark on a record-setting performance and claim the Wanamaker Trophy.
“It's just been incredible," McIlroy said after his final-round 66. "I had a good feeling about it at the start. I never imagined to do this.”
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