Brooks Koepka won his second Major of the season and third of his career by combining the kind of solid ball striking with good in-close putting to win by two over Tiger Woods at Bellerive Country Club.
Scott is known for using his broomstick Scotty Cameron by Titleist centre-shafted Kombi Long mallet, but also has a conventional-length Scotty Cameron by Titleist 340, often referred to as a Newport 2 Timeless.
He arrived at Bellerive on Sunday just before noon local time, rocking an absolutely savage backwards hat-sunglasses combination that suggested the rest of the field should just go home, because Tiger had already won his 15th Major:
For much of his third round on Saturday at Bellerive, Brooks Koepka appeared as though he would run away with the 100th PGA Championship. But after recovering from a late stumble he is in pole position to win his second Major of the year.
Woods has never won a Major coming from behind, and given his narrow four-stroke deficit heading into the final round of the PGA Championship at Bellerive, it's worth looking at the times he's at least come close.