It may be more sauna than golf tournament, but the last major of the year can still generate some serious heat of its own. A look at six of the best shots in PGA Championship history.
No. 6 Jack Nicklaus
Golden Bear 1, Green Monster 0
1975 PGA Championship
Firestone C.C., Akron, Ohio
Locked in the jaws of the "Green Monster" Firestone's par-5, 625-yard 16th Nicklaus nearly threw away a four-stroke third-round lead with a lousy drive, a drop, and a third shot that found the wrong side of a tree. But the Bear calmly nailed a hard 9-iron over both the tree and the pond and stopped it 30 feet from the cup. Said Nicklaus, "Just your routine miracle par."