Collin Morikawa shot a final-round 64 to claim a two-stroke victory over Dustin Johnson and Paul Casey at the 2020 PGA Championship.
Morikawa finished his final day in San Francisco with 13 pars, four birdies and one highlight-reel eagle en route to his first major.
With the win, Morikawa earned $1,980,000 and 600 FedExCup points. He also picked up 100 Official World Golf Ranking points and will move to No. 5 (from 12th).
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Name: Collin Morikawa
Height: 5′ 9″
Weight: 160 lb
Birthdate: Feb, 6, 1997 (age 23)
Native: Los Angeles, Calif.
Resides: Las Vegas, Nevada
College: U Cal, Berkeley
Final Scores: Top 5
Pos-Player-To Par (Final Rd)
1. Collin Morikawa -13 (-6)
2. Paul Casey -11 (-4)
3. Matthew Wolff -10 (-5)
3. Jason Day -10 (-4)
3. Bryson DeChambeau -10 (-4)
3. Tony Finau -10 (-4)
3. Dustin Johnson -10 (-1)
Morikawa’s 2020 PGA Tour Season
Cuts Made: 16
Wins: 2 (Workday Open, PGA Championship)
Additional Top 10: 4
Earnings: $5,144,088 (2)
FedExCup Pts: 1,902 (2)
World Rank Before/After: 12/4
Morikawa’s Winning Numbers
Driving: 290.5 (40th)
Fairways: 69.6%, 39/56 (1st)
Greens: 70.8%, 50/72 (7th)
Putts/Per GIR: 1.686 (8th)
Scores: 1 Eagle, 18 Birdies, 46 Pars, 7 Bogeys
Off the Tee: 6.76 (19th)
Approach the Green: 4.10 (18th)
Tee to Green: 6.81 (19th)
Putting: 8.27 (1st)
Total: 15.12 (1st)
WITB: Collin Morikawa
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Fairway: Taylormade SIM (15°)
Utility: TaylorMade P790 UDI (2)
Low Irons: TaylorMade P750 (4-5)
High Irons: TaylorMade P7TW (6-PW)
Gap Wedge: TaylorMade Milled Grind 2 (52°)
Sand Wedge: Titleist Vokey SM8 (56˚)
Lob Wedge: Titleist Vokey SM8 (60˚)
Putter: TaylorMade TP Collection Soto
Ball: TaylorMade TP5X
Shoes: Adidas Tour 360
Money & Points
With his win, Morikawa earned $1,980,000 and 600 FedExCup points. He will move to No. 2 on both the points and money lists.
Morikawa also received 100 OWGR points to crack the top-5 (No. 4) in the world rankings.
Here’s a roundup of the celebration at TPC Harding Park along with some numbers.
Yep, the top comes off Collin ? pic.twitter.com/MbgMoOzUPt
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) August 10, 2020
— PGA Championship (@PGAChampionship) August 10, 2020
Collin Morikawa becomes the youngest player to break 65 in the final round of a major victory EVER.
Now, he's a major champion ? pic.twitter.com/O6bDhxS4XQ
— ESPN (@espn) August 10, 2020
“You know, I’m on Cloud Nine right now. It’s hard to think about what this championship means, and obviously it’s a major, and this is what guys go for, especially at the end of the their career, and we’re just starting.
“So I think this is just a lot of confidence, a lot of momentum, and it just gives me a little taste of what’s to come. I got a taste of this now. Obviously it was a very crowded leaderboard. At one point if you looked at the leaderboard it was all at 10-under and it was a party pretty much. So yeah, this one is going to be very special.”
– Collin Morikawa
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