2019 PGA Championship Winner and Scores

Brooks Koepka won the 2019 PGA Championship in wire-to-wire fashion, the first such winner since 1983. And he became just the second golfer in the tournament's stroke-play era to win back-to-back.

Winner: Brooks Koepka, 272

Where it was played: The Black Course, Bethpage State Park, in Farmingdale, New York

Tournament dates: May 16-19, 2019

Leader after first round: Brooks Koepka, 63

Leader after second round: Brooks Koepka, 128

Leader after third round: Brooks Koepka, 198

Notable Notes: Brooks Koepka, also the 2018 PGA Championship winner, took a 7-stroke lead into the final round, then held on to win by two. Koepka's first-round 63 tied the tournament's 18-hole record; his 128 total after two rounds set a new PGA Championship 36-hole record. And that 7-stroke margin after three rounds was also a new record.

Since Koepka, at the time of this win, also was the reigning back-to-back winner of the U.S. Open, he became the first golfer ever to simultaneously hold back-to-back titles at two different majors. ... Koepka joined Tiger Woods as the only back-to-back PGA winners since 1958. ... He was the first wire-to-wire winner since Hal Sutton in 1983.

Final Scores

Brooks Koepka63-65-70-74—272
Dustin Johnson69-67-69-69—274
Jordan Spieth69-66-72-71—278
Patrick Cantlay69-70-68-71—278
Matt Wallace69-67-70-72—278
Luke List68-68-69-74—279
Sung Kang68-70-70-72—280
Gary Woodland70-70-73-68—281
Matt Kuchar70-70-72-69—281
Rory McIlroy72-71-69-69—281
Shane Lowry75-69-68-69—281
Erik van Rooyen70-68-70-73—281
Adam Scott71-64-72-74—281
Chez Reavie68-71-71-72—282
Jazz Janewattananond70-68-67-77—282
Brandt Snedeker74-67-73-69—283
Mike Lorenzo-Vera68-71-75-69—283
Abraham Ancer73-70-69-71—283
Lucas Bjerregaard71-69-70-73—283
Lucas Glover72-69-69-73—283
Xander Schauffele70-69-68-76—283
Hideki Matsuyama70-68-68-77—283
Thomas Pieters74-70-71-69—284
Jason Kokrak73-70-71-70—284
Billy Horschel70-72-71-71—284
Emiliano Grillo76-67-70-71—284
Jason Day69-74-69-72—284
Jimmy Walker70-70-71-73—284
Paul Casey70-71-75-69—285
Graeme McDowell70-72-73-70—285
Keegan Bradley70-70-73-72—285
Webb Simpson72-69-72-72—285
Adam Hadwin72-70-70-73—285
Sam Burns70-72-69-74—285
Justin Rose70-67-73-75—285
Beau Hossler72-69-77-68—286
Li Haotong73-69-70-74—286
Danny Lee64-74-71-77—286
Rickie Fowler69-69-71-77—286
Harold Varner III71-67-67-81—286
Matthew Fitzpatrick75-65-76-71—287
Charles Howell III72-67-73-75—287
Aaron Wise70-71-71-75—287
Kiradech Aphibarnrat76-68-68-75—287
Adam Long73-70-69-75—287
Scott Piercy72-67-72-76—287
Danny Willett71-70-69-77—287
Henrik Stenson74-68-75-71—288
Kelly Kraft71-65-78-74—288
Bronson Burgoon73-66-74-75—288
Francesco Molinari72-68-73-75—288
Tyrrell Hatton71-69-72-76—288
Tommy Fleetwood67-71-72-78—288
Charley Hoffman73-69-75-72—289
Justin Harding74-70-73-72—289
Alexander Noren73-69-74-73—289
Cameron Champ72-71-73-73—289
J.J. Spaun72-72-70-75—289
Zach Johnson71-69-73-76—289
Ross Fisher74-67-77-72—290
Rob Labritz75-69-74-72—290
J.T. Poston77-67-71-75—290
Louis Oosthuizen70-68-73-79—290
Max Homa70-71-79-71—291
Joost Luiten72-72-77-70—291
Corey Conners72-72-76-71—291
Kurt Kitayama74-68-77-72—291
Cameron Smith73-70-74-74—291
Thorbjorn Olesen73-70-71-77—291
Tony Finau70-73-69-79—291
David Lipsky70-74-77-71—292
Rafael Cabrera Bello75-69-74-74—292
Lucas Herbert74-70-73-75—292
Phil Mickelson69-71-76-76—292
Daniel Berger70-66-78-78—292
Joel Dahmen70-72-71-79—292
Kevin Tway73-70-76-74—293
Andrew Putnam74-70-75-75—294
Pat Perez68-73-76-77—294
Rich Beem75-69-82-69—295
Ryan Vermeer70-74-72-79—295
Marty Jertson72-69-79-79—299

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