If you have witnessed the PGA Championship you would have seen how Jimmy Walker walked off with the trophy last weekend. Indeed, the win was a surprise one for Jimmy. He led in the three rounds in the beginning of the championship finals. The finale on Sunday proved to be a thrilling one. It was held at the Baltusrol Golf Club in New Jersey. Jimmy however, does not have inadequate accolades to his credit. For instance, he has won the PGA Tour six times. This win was a first time major win for him. He is definitely emerging as an undisputed leader with this achievement.
Jimmy, who is 37 years of age, shot a score of 67 in the closing round. It included shots of three birdies in the back nine as well. The tournament was finished with a score of 14 under par. It was a stroke ahead of what Jason Day had previously achieved who had also been a defending champion in the event. There were complicated weather conditions due to which Day and Walker played the last two rounds on Sunday. Fans got a taste of golf in the old style where fatigue and endurance always had to be accounted for.
On Sunday, Walker shot 68 which were the score for the third round. Day carded a score of 67 with the third and fourth round scores. Henrik Stenson, who was winner of Open Championship ended up with a score of 67 after the three rounds, but he lost the final opportunity when the 15th hole was a double bogey. Daniel Summerhays claimed the third place in the championship. Branden Grace, Hideki Matsuyama and Brooks Koepka got the fourth place. Walker was able to hold off Day’s surges which were a gruelling challenge, but eventually he was successful.