SEE YOU IN AUGUSTA: Camilo Villegas, known as "Spiderman" because of his contortionist way of looking at putting lines, may now be known as a legitimate threat in major championships.
After barely making the cut, he ended up tied for fourth to earn an invitation to next year's Masters.
Most of the field at the PGA Championship at Oakland Hills looked at a 36-hole finish on Sunday as a marathon. Villegas looked at it as an opportunity.
Under extreme conditions, on a treacherous golf course that surrendered just three sub-par scores for the tournament, the Colombian with the long hair and athletic moves put together rounds of 67 and 68. He finished up the 67 early in the morning before posting the 68.
"I'm proud of myself," he said. "It was tough weather and it hurt to miss those par putts, but I'm just proud of myself the way I hung tight."
HOW SWEDE IT IS: Fredrik Jacobson didn't make much of an impact on the tournament, finishing 12 shots behind Padraig Harrington in a tie for 24th.
But the Swede did earn his way onto Sunday's highlight reel, acing the 193-yard 13th by dropping a tee shot just short of the hole and watching it roll into the cup.
"The wind was really starting to blow, so I tried to hit a low 4-iron - that was the strongest iron I had in the bag," he said. "It started off perfect, and I said `Be as good as you look,' then when it landed, I called out `Go in the hole!"'
Jacobson's playing partners were amused by his mimicry of the traditional gallery yell, especially when it worked.
"The guys just cracked up when it went in, especially since I called it," he said. "I just needed something good to happen.
Jacobson said it was his fifth ace in competitive play and it was the first in a PGA Championship since Olin Browne in 2006.
DIVOTS: There were 13 sub-par scores total in the first two rounds, 10 in the third and nine in the fourth. ... Curtis had three bogeys the first 40 holes of the tournament, then had three in a four-hole span to come back to the pack. ... The final round of the PGA Championship a year ago at Southern Hills in Tulsa had temperatures over 100 degrees. The high never hit 70 Sunday at Oakland Hills. ... International players won three majors this year as Harrington took the British Open and PGA and Trevor Immelman of South Africa won the Masters. It was the first time they won more than two since 1994 when South African Nick Price won two (PGA and British) and Spain's Jose Maria Olazabal (Masters) and South Africa's Ernie Els (U.S. Open) each won one. ... Foreign players won the two previous PGAs at Oakland Hills: South Africa's Gary Player in 1972 and Australia's David Graham seven years later. ... Steve Flesch made the only final-round birdie at 18, hitting an approach from 112 yards into the cup at the par 4. ... Just like the 1996 U.S. Open at Oakland Hills, only three players finished under par.
AP Sports Writer Rusty Miller and freelance writer Dave Hogg contributed to this report.