When: Aug. 7-10
Where: Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky
Jason Dufner shot 63 in the second round, then went from the 8th hole of the third round until the 17th hole of the final round without making bogey. Add that up and throw in two other solid rounds, and you have a PGA Championship winner. Dufner finished at 10-under 270, winning by two strokes over Jim Furyk. It is Dufner's first major championship victory and his third PGA Tour victory.
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Jason Dufner, 270
Jim Furyk, 272
Henrik Stenson, 273
Jonas Blixt, 274
Adam Scott, 275
Scott Piercy, 275
David Toms, 276
Rory McIlroy, 277
Dustin Johnson, 277
Jason Day, 277
Zach Johnson, 277
PGA Champions Dinner
Like at The Masters, at the PGA Championship every year there is a Champions Dinner. What's on the menu? And did you know that defending PGA champs also give gifts when they host the dinner?
Previous Majors at Oak Hill
The PGA Championship in 2013 will be the sixth major played at Oak Hill Country Club. Here are the previous five, with winnners (click on a link to read a recap and view final scores):
1956 US Open: Cary Middlecoff
1968 US Open: Lee Trevino
1980 PGA: Jack Nicklaus
1989 US Open: Curtis Strange
2003 PGA: Shaun Micheel
2012 PGA Championship
Rory McIlroy ran away with it to claim his second career major championship, winning by a PGA Championship record eight strokes. Read recap/view scores
McIlroy vs. Woods on winning second major
PGA Championship - Facts, Figures, TriviaPGA Championship Winners & Scores
Check the list of winners through the years, going back to the first PGA Championship in 1916. Click on the year of the tournament to view the scores and read a recap of that year's event.
Related article: PGA Championship playoffs
Take a PGA Championship Quiz
Just how well do you know your golf trivia? Try one of our PGA Championship quizzes to test your skills. You might even learn some cool facts!
• Best golfers never to win PGA Championship
• Best players in PGA Championship history
PGA Championship FAQs
When and where was the tournament first played? Who has won it most often? What is the cut rule and playoff format? Why is the trophy named what it is? Find answers to these questions and more.
(Click on the year to view tournament dates)
2014 – Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, Kent.
2015 – Whistling Straits, Kohler, Wisc.
2016 – Baltusrol Golf Club (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J.
2017 - Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, N.C.