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2001 PGA Championship
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Tournament information
Dates August 16 - 19, 2001
Location Duluth, Georgia
Course(s) Atlanta Athletic Club, Highlands Course
Tour(s) PGA Tour
PGA European Tour
Japan Golf Tour
Statistics
Par 70
Yardage 7,213
Field 150 players, 76 after cut
Cut 148 (+4)
Purse $5,200,000
Winner's share $936,000
Champion
David Toms
265 (-15)

The 2001 PGA Championship was the 83rd PGA Championship held from August 16-19 at the Atlanta Athletic Club, Highland Course in Duluth, Georgia. David Toms won his first major championship by one stroke over Phil Mickelson. The two started out the final round tied for first and were in the final grouping together. They battled for the lead back-and-forth throughout the day, until Toms made a clutch 20-foot putt on the last hole to deny Mickelson his first major. The 265 total for Toms is the record for the lowest number of strokes at a major championship.[1]

Contents

Round summaries

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First round

# Player Country Score To par[2]
1 Grant Waite  New Zealand 64 -6
T2 Stuart Appleby  Australia 66 -4
K. J. Choi  South Korea
David Duval  United States
Niclas Fasth  Sweden
Brad Faxon  United States
Fred Funk  United States
Dudley Hart  United States
Phil Mickelson  United States
David Toms  United States

Second round

# Player Country Score To par[3]
T1 Shingo Katayama  Japan 67-64=131 -9
David Toms  United States 66-65=131
T3 Bob Estes  United States 67-65=132 -8
Phil Mickelson  United States 66-66=132
T5 K. J. Choi  South Korea 66-68=134 -6
David Duval  United States 66-68=134
Ernie Els  South Africa 67-67=134
Jim Furyk  United States 70-64=134
Dudley Hart  United States 66-68=134
Steve Lowery  United States 67-67=134

Third round

# Player Country Score To par[4]
1 David Toms  United States 66-65-65=196 -14
2 Phil Mickelson  United States 66-66-66=198 -12
T3 Shingo Katayama  Japan 67-64-69=200 -10
Steve Lowery  United States 67-67-66=200
5 David Duval  United States 66-68-67=201 -9
6 Davis Love III  United States 71-67-65=203 -7
T7 Stuart Appleby  Australia 66-70-68=204 -6
Paul Azinger  United States 68-67-69=204
Ernie Els  South Africa 67-67-70=204
T10 Mark Calcavecchia  United States 71-68-66=205 -5
Jim Furyk  United States 70-64-71=205
Retief Goosen  South Africa 69-70-66=205
Mark O'Meara  United States 72-63-70=205

Final leaderboard

# Player Country Score To par Winnings
1 David Toms  United States 66-65-65-69=265 -15 $936,000
2 Phil Mickelson  United States 66-66-66-68=266 -14 $562,000
3 Steve Lowery  United States 67-67-66-68=268 -12 $354,000
T4 Mark Calcavecchia  United States 71-68-66-65=270 -10 $222,500
Shingo Katayama  Japan 67-64-69-70=270
6 Billy Andrade  United States 68-70-68-66=272 -8 $175,000
T7 Scott Hoch  United States 68-70-69-67=274 -6 $152,333
Scott Verplank  United States 69-68-70-67=274
Jim Furyk  United States 70-64-71-69=274
T10 David Duval  United States 66-68-67-74=275 -5 $122,000
Justin Leonard  United States 70-69-67-69=275
Kirk Triplett  United States 68-70-71-66=275

References

External links

Preceded by
2001 Open Championship
Major Championships Succeeded by
2002 Masters

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