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Mickelson is not ready to end his season

Dyson said he may work more down time into his schedule, particularly if the result is such a strong finish in a major. Dyson's best finish at a major had been a tie for 34th at the 2005 British Open. He'd missed the cut at his only trip to the U.S. Open and his other three British Opens.

"It's something I'll savor for a long time," Dyson said. "Unless I do something better the next couple of years."

TOUTING TIGER

With his win, Tiger Woods became only the third player to win at least four PGA Championships. He's one behind Walter Hagen and Jack Nicklaus.

He's the only player to repeat at the PGA Championship since Denny Shute won consecutive titles in 1936-37. Woods also repeated in 1999-2000. Hagen, who won four straight titles from 1924 to 1927, is the only player to win more than two in a row.

Only Woods and Nicklaus have won at least one major in three consecutive years on two separate occasions.

PAVIN'S PENALTY

Corey Pavin's caddie moved a rake out of the way during an errant bunker shot at the par-3 sixth hole, allowing the ball to roll down a hill and into the water. Even though his action allowed Pavin's shot to enter the hazard instead of avoiding it, the 1995 U.S. Open champion was still assessed a two-stroke penalty.

Pavin played another shot out of the bunker, then two-putted for an 8.

Tim Herron also ran into trouble with the rake. After hitting his tee shot into the water, his shot from the drop zone hit the rake. When the rake was moved, the ball rolled into the water. He was able to drop again in a spot where the ball wouldn't roll off, and carded a 7.

DIVOTS

John Senden carded a 71 to earn his first top five finish at a major. His previous best finish was a tie for 35th at last year's British Open. "It's been a great week. I'm really, really excited." ... Mike Small, the University of Illinois golf coach, edged Ryan Benzel of Seattle by one stroke to finish as the top club professional in the field. ... John Daly's second shot on the par-5 fifth hole got stuck in a tree. After a drop, He ended up making bogey. Daly, who shot a 67 in the first round, shot his third straight 73 on Sunday and finished the tournament at 6 over. ... Graeme Storm, who opened with a 65 to take the first-round lead, shot 78 Sunday and ended up at 13-over 293 for the tournament. ... Anyone looking to buy a camouflage cap like the one worn by Boo Weekley will have to wait. "They can't get one like this right now," said Weekley, an avid hunter and fisherman. "It ain't on the market."

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