won the PGA Championship, overtaking Tiger Woods by three strokes.
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"Played all right," Glover said. "Not too upset with everything. Wished I could have holed a couple more putts."
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dropped back to two under par for the tournament, finishing alone in fifth place.
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shot 74 to finish seven strokes back at one under.
5 of 15Fred Vuich/SI
The 8 dropped him to one under par for the tournament. "I hit a bad shot. So these things happen," Harrington, who finished T10, said.
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After dropping the ball for a second time, his sixth shot came up short of the green.
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shot himself out of contention on the 176-yard, par-3 eighth, when he hit two shots in the water, including this chip, which was eerily similar to the shot that ended his run at the Bridgestone last week.
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"I tried to master the art of controlling my emotions throughout the small wins I had in my career. I think it turned out quite well today," Yang said.
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Yang is the first Asian-born player to win a major.
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"I was certainly in control of the tournament for most of the day, but just didn't make anything today," Woods said. "I did everything I needed to do except for getting the ball in the hole."
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had started the day with a two stroke lead.
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"I hit some bad putts," Woods said. "So it was just a bad day at the wrong time and that's the way it goes."
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Trailing with two holes left to play, Woods watched as his tee shot on the par-3 17th missed the green.
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The turning point was when he holed out a chip on the 14th for eagle.
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final-round, two-over 74 was good enough for a T6.