Tiger Woods' PGA Championship Wins and Yearly Finishes

Tiger Woods has four wins in the PGA Championship, second-most all-time. He also has three runner-up finishes in this major, also second-most all-time.

Following is a look at each of Woods' wins in the PGA Championship, and after that his round-by-round, year-by-year scores and finishes. Woods turned pro in 1996 but after that year's PGA Championship had already been played, so he first played this major in 1997.

Woods' PGA Championship Wins

  • 1999 PGA Championship: Woods moved into a tie for the 54-hole lead with a 68 in the third round. In the final round, he held off the challenge of Sergio Garcia to win by one at 11-under 277. This was Woods' second career win in a major, his 11th overall win on the PGA Tour.

  • 2000 PGA Championship: Tiger won his third major championship of 2000 after previously claiming the U.S. and British opens. This was the third leg of what came to be known as the "Tiger Slam." He finished 72 holes tied with Bob May at 18-under 270. Woods made a birdie on the first playoff hole stand up to win the 3-hole aggregate by a stroke. He was the first golfer in the PGA Championship's stroke-play era to win back-to-back. It was his 22nd win on the PGA Tour and fifth win in a major.

  • 2006 PGA Championship: Woods' win in 1999 was at Medinah; his win in 2006 was also at Medinah. Woods took a 2-stroke lead after shooting 65 in Round 3 and wound up winning by five strokes. It was his 12th win in a major, his 51st win on the PGA Tour.

  • 2007 PGA Championship: Once again, Woods won back-to-back in the PGA Championship. Woods tied the tournament record and then-major championship scoring record with a second-round 63, taking the lead. He led by three after the third round and won by two strokes. It was his 13th major championship win, his 59th overall PGA Tour win.

Woods' Yearly PGA Championship Scores and Finishes

  • 1997 — 70-70-71-75—286 (+6), tied 29th
  • 1998 — 66-72-70-71—279 (-1), tied 10th
  • 1999 — 70-67-68-72—277 (-11), won
  • 2000 — 66-67-70-67—270 (-18), won
  • 2001 — 73-67-69-70—279 (-1), tied 29th
  • 2002 — 71-69-72-67—279 (-9), second
  • 2003 — 74-72-73-73—292 (+12), tied 39th
  • 2004 — 75-69-69-73—286 (-2), tied 24th
  • 2005 — 75-69-66-68—278 (-2), tied fourth
  • 2006 — 69-68-65-68—270 (-18), won
  • 2007 — 71-63-69-69—272 (-8), won
  • 2008 — did not play
  • 2009 — 67-70-71-75—283 (-5), second
  • 2010 — 71-70-72-73—286 (-2), tied 28th
  • 2011 — 77-73—150 (+10), missed cut
  • 2012 — 69-71-74-72—286 (-2), tied 11th
  • 2013 — 71-70-73-70—284 (+4), tied 40th
  • 2014 — 74-74—148 (+6), missed cut
  • 2015 — 75-73—148 (+4), missed cut
  • 2016 — did not play
  • 2017 — did not play
  • 2018 — 70-66-66-64—266 (-14), second
  • 2019 — 72-73—145 (+5), missed cut
  • 2020 — 68-72-72-67—279 (-1), tied 37th
  • 2021 — did not play
  • 2022 — 74-69-79—222 (+12), withdrew

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