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1991 PGA Championship
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Tournament information
Dates August 8 - 11, 1991
Location Carmel, Indiana
Course(s) Crooked Stick Golf Club
Tour(s) PGA Tour
Statistics
Par 72
Yardage 7,289
Field 150 players, 77 after cut
Cut 147 (+3)
Purse $1,350,000
Winner's share $230,000
Champion
John Daly
276 (-12)

The 1991 PGA Championship was the 73rd PGA Championship held from August 8-11 at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, Indiana. John Daly won his first major championship by three strokes over Bruce Lietzke.

Daly was quite arguably the most unforeseen major championship winner in modern history. He was the ninth alternate who only qualified after several others pulled out of the tournament. His outgoing personality and "grip it and rip it" style of play made him an instant fan favorite. The PGA Championship was his first tour victory.

Final leaderboard

# Player Country Score To par Winnings
1 John Daly  United States 69-67-69-71=276 -12 $230,000
2 Bruce Lietzke  United States 68-69-72-70=279 -9 $140,000
3 Jim Gallagher, Jr.  United States 70-72-72-67=281 -7 $95,000
4 Kenny Knox  United States 67-71-70-74=282 -6 $75,000
T5 Bob Gilder  United States 73-70-67-73=283 -5 $60,000
Steven Richardson  England 70-72-72-69=283
T7 David Feherty  Northern Ireland 71-74-71-68=284 -4 $38,000
Raymond Floyd  United States 69-74-72-69=284
John Huston  United States 70-72-70-72=284
Steve Pate  United States 70-75-70-69=284
Craig Stadler  United States 68-71-69-76=284
Hal Sutton  United States 74-67-72-71=284
T13 Jay Don Blake  United States 75-70-72-68=285 -3 $24,000
Andrew Magee  United States 69-73-68-75=285
Payne Stewart  United States 74-70-71-70=285

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Preceded by
1991 Open Championship
Major Championships Succeeded by
1992 Masters
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