Photos of the 2016 PGA Championship at Baltusrol

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Jimmy Walker

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The moment Walker's winning putt dropped.

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Walker celebrated with his family on the 18th green after his victory.

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Jimmy Walker hits a tee shot Sunday morning.

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Walker on Sunday.

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Jason Day had high hopes of winning his second-straight PGA on Sunday.

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But despite an eagle at 18, Day fell one shot short.

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Fans in the crowd on Sunday at Baltusrol.

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Henrik Stenson shot a 71 in the final round to finish six shots behind Walker.

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Jason Day had to begin his third round early Sunday morning due to Saturday's rain delays.

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Jimmy Walker on the 4th green during his third round Sunday morning.

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Jimmy Walker hits a tee shot Sunday morning.

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Jimmy Walker

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Jordan Spieth started the year with no status and reached the Tour Championship.
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Spieth was also forced to complete his third round on Sunday.

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Jordan Spieth

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In his first regular PGA Tour event, Brooks Koepka is a win away from a two-year PGA Tour exemption.
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Martin Kaymer held the World No. 1 ranking for eight weeks in 2011.
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At 27-under, Patrick Reed broke the Tour record for relation to par through 54 holes.
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Robert Streb

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Harris English won the Nationwide Tour's Children’s Hospital Invitational last July as an amateur.
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Henrik Stenson on the 4th green Sunday morning.

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Robert Streb on Sunday.

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Since turning pro in April, Matsuyama has won five tournaments on the Japan Tour.
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Jordan Spieth charged up the leaderboard on Friday at the PGA Championship.

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Jordan Spieth on the 18th hole.

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Jordan Spieth started the year with no status and reached the Tour Championship.
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Jordan Spieth prepares to putt on the 16th green in round 2.

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British Open champion Henrik Stenson fired a 67 in the second round to reach six under.

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Dustin Johnson struggled again on Friday and will miss the cut.

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Martin Kaymer hits out of a bunker on Friday.

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Patrick Reed is five under after a second-round 65.

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Bubba Watson on the 15th tee.

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Andrew "Beef" Johnston in action during the second round at Baltusrol.

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Sergio Garcia misses a putt on the 16th green.

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Jordan Spieth hits his second shot on the long par-5 17th hole.

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Jordan Spieth hits an iron during the second round.

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Masters champion Danny Willett on the 15th tee.

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Bubba Watson attempts a long par putt on the 17th hole Friday.

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Jordan Spieth on the 17th hole.

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Alex Noren on the 17th hole.

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Bubba Watson on the 16th green.

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Andrew 'Beef' Johnston in the 17th fairway.

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Jordan Spieth on the 15th tee.

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Phil Mickelson was four over early in his opening round before recovering to shoot a 71.

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Jason Day got off to a solid start with a 68 in the first round.

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Jason Day putts on the 12th hole.

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Jason Day is the highest-ranked Australian in pro golf.
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Winless in his first 187 tournaments, Jimmy Walker has now won two of his last six.
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Rickie Fowler shot a two-under 68 on Thursday.

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Phil Mickelson hits his second shot on the 3rd hole on Thursday.

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Rory McIlroy struggled on day 1 of the PGA Championship, shooting a four-over 74.

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Rory McIlroy hits out of a bunker in round 1.

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Rory McIlroy hits his second shot on the 2nd hole on Thursday.

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Adam Scott, shown here practicing at Muirfield, gave up a four-shot lead in the final four holes last year at the British Open.
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Justin Thomas on the 4th tee.

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Keegan Bradley is one of several pros who will be affected by the PGA Tour's decision to adopt or reject the proposed ban on anchored putting.
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The grounds crew preps the course for the first round early Thursday morning at Baltusrol.

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