2005 PGA Championship Winner and Scores

The 2005 PGA Championship was the 87th time the tournament was played. It required a Monday finish due to weather conditions.

Winner: Phil Mickelson, 276

Where it was played: Baltusrol Golf Club (Lower Course) in Springfield, New Jersey

Tournament dates: August 11-15, 2005

Leader after first round: Phil Mickelson, Rory Sabbatini, Trevor Immelman, Ben Curtis, Stephen Ames and Stuart Appleby, 67

Leader after second round: Phil Mickelson, 132

Leader after third round: Phil Mickelson and Davis Love III, 204

Notable Notes: Phil Mickelson won his second career major championship, and his first PGA Championship, but needed a final-hole birdie to do it.

Mickelson shared or held the lead at the end of each round, and when weather halted final-round play on Sunday Mickelson was one in front of Steve Elkington and Thomas Bjorn with five holes to play.

And that's how it ended on Monday. But Mickelson appeared to be in trouble on the final hole, at which point he was tied with Bjorn and Elkington. His approach to the par-5 green found deep rough about 50 feet from the hole. Mickelson hit one of his signature flop shots, and the ball stopped two feet from the pin. He tapped it in for the winning birdie.

Final Scores

Phil Mickelson 67-65-72-72—276
Thomas Bjorn 71-71-63-72—277
Steve Elkington 68-70-68-71—277
Tiger Woods 75-69-66-68—278
Davis Love III 68-68-68-74—278
Michael Campbell 73-68-69-69—279
Geoff Ogilvy 69-69-72-69—279
Pat Perez 68-71-67-73—279
Retief Goosen 68-70-69-72—279
Steve Flesch 70-71-69-70—280
Dudley Hart 70-73-66-71—280
Ted Purdy 69-75-70-66—280
Vijay Singh 70-67-69-74—280
David Toms 71-72-69-68—280
Stuart Appleby 67-70-69-75—281
Charles Howell III 70-71-68-72—281
Zach Johnson 70-70-73-69—282
Trevor Immelman 67-72-72-71—282
Joe Ogilvie 74-68-69-71—282
Lee Westwood 68-68-71-75—282
Tim Clark 71-73-70-68—282
Bo Van Pelt 70-70-68-74—282
Paul McGinley 72-70-72-69—283
Tom Pernice 69-73-69-72—283
Kenny Perry 69-70-70-74—283
Shingo Katayama 71-66-74-72—283
Sergio Garcia 72-70-71-70—283
Bob Estes 71-72-73-68—284
Jesper Parnevik 68-69-72-75—284
Arron Oberholser 74-68-69-73—284
Vaughn Taylor 75-69-71-69—284
Stewart Cink 71-72-66-75—284
Chad Campbell 71-71-70-72—284
Jason Bohn 71-68-68-78—285
Ben Curtis 67-73-67-78—285
Scott Verplank 71-72-71-71—285
Jim Furyk 72-71-69-73—285
Jerry Kelly 70-65-74-76—285
Fredrik Jacobson 72-69-73-71—285
Miguel Angel Jimenez 72-72-69-73—286
John Rollins 68-71-73-74—286
Ben Crane 68-76-72-70—286
Steve Schneiter 72-72-72-70—286
Adam Scott 74-69-72-71—286
Patrick Sheehan 73-71-71-71—286
K.J. Choi 71-70-73-72—286
Heath Slocum 68-75-73-71—287
Henrik Stenson 74-67-75-71—287
Mike Weir 72-72-71-72—287
Yong-Eun Yang 71-67-76-73—287
J.L. Lewis 72-72-70-73—287
Ian Poulter 69-74-69-75—287
Jose Maria Olazabal 76-67-72-72—287
Greg Owen 68-69-70-80—287
Ryan Palmer 73-70-73-71—287
Fred Funk 69-75-67-76—287
Todd Hamilton 73-70-70-74—287
Bernhard Langer 68-72-72-75—287
Peter Hanson 73-71-72-72—288
Carlos Franco 70-70-76-72—288
Mark Hensby 69-70-75-74—288
Sean O'Hair 71-71-76-70—288
Scott McCarron 72-72-74-70—288
Steve Webster 72-70-75-71—288
Paul Casey 70-74-72-72—288
Luke Donald 69-73-73-74—289
Woody Austin 72-71-68-78—289
Ron Philo 71-73-73-72—289
Chris Riley 72-68-72-77—289
Mark Calcavecchia 70-69-77-74—290
Fred Couples 72-72-70-76—290
Joe Durant 73-71-73-74—291
Stephen Ames 67-72-74-78—291
John Daly 71-69-78-74—292
Rory Sabbatini 67-69-76-80—292
Mike Small 74-68-80-73—295
Kevin Sutherland 74-70-75-77—296
Darrell Kestner 72-70-78-79—299
Hal Sutton 69-73-80-78—300

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