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First Major title for Jimmy Walker

The US PGA Championship wrapped up this weekend with American Jimmy Walker claiming his first ever victory at a Major, adding to a season that has seen all of the Majors being claimed by first-time winners.

At the Baltusrol Golf Club, New Jersey, Walker got off to a good start at the beginning of the week opening with five under 65 to lead the tournament. Following with nine under at the halfway point keeping him in the lead alongside fellow American Robert Streb.

On the Saturday storms stopped proceedings of round three, meaning of the 86 players who made the cut only 37 had finished their third round before play was suspended, leaving the top 10 not being able to start their third round at all.

Play resumed on Sunday morning with defending champion and world number 1, Australia’s Jason Day putting the pressure on Walker. On the 18th hole Walker had to par to avoid a play-off, and after his second shot went on the green it looked like he may not make it. However, Walker kept his nerve and went on to win the championship just one point clear. 

"It is surreal, an incredible finish" said Walker on his victory, which moves him up fifteen places to be ranked No. 33 in the world.

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