What a thrilling morning of golf form Valhalla - who needs Tiger? Click here for a full report of the day's action.
Rory McIlroy -16
Phil Mickelson -15
Rickie Fowler -14
Henrik Stenson -14
Jim Furyk -12
Ryan Palmer -12
Jason Day - 9
Adam Scott - 9
So, to put this in perspective, at 25 years and 3 months, McIlroy is now the third youngest player to have won four majors, just behind Jack Nicklaus and a little further behind Tiger Woods. What a season.
WHAT A WIN. After a very wobbly start from the Northern Irishman, he came flying back with a phenomenal shot on the tenth hole to eagle. After that, Mickelson and Fowler stumbled as the babyfaced assassin closed the deal. His back nine was flawless.
Rory McIlroy continues his charge to greatness with a one-shot victory to end 16 under with a final hole par. He edges Phil Mickelson by a shot, and wins the PGA Championship for the second time. That's his fourth major!Back to top
And here we go. McIlroy sends it about a yard short to set himself up for the win!
No sign of McIlroy calling it for the day. It is so dark out there it is unbelievable. He has every right to do so.
You can't let the desire to accommodate national TV distort the competition of a major golf championship. #PGA Championship— Chuck Wilson (@ChuckWilsonPOV) August 11, 2014
So, here's McIlroy from the bunker. He is the last one in play. He will have to two-putt in the dark to win it.
Rickie Fowler tries a similar ballsy effort, but it races by. He fluffs again, and ends on -14.
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Mickelson hits an incredible chip as he attempts to the tie the lead. It is agonisingly close, but he ends on -15. Huge round from the southpaw. Final round 66.
As it stands
Oof. McIlroy finds a tiny bunker on the 18th. That extra shot could be significant now. We may be on for a tight finish after all! It's pretty dark now, and the sky is rumbling.
Boy if Rory chunks this because he can't see the ball at his own feet, that would be bad for the PGA.— Matt Gajtka (@MattGajtka) August 11, 2014
The players are jogging between shots here as the light fades by the minute. Barring a disaster on the easiest hole, McIlroy is about to cement his dominance in the modern game with his third major on the trot.
Final hole standings:
The sportsmanship in the PGA today with the group playing up 18 as 4 is pretty respectable so no one has to play tomorrow, hopefully.— Mike Carney (@mike_carney) August 11, 2014
Amazing scenes here as we have a four ball on the 18th hole! McIlroy drives, and just misses the water on the left! A little close for comfort!
A foursome on 18 on the last day of a major. What a finish! #PGA— Mark Griffith (@MarkGriffithATL) August 11, 2014