TOP SIX IN LAST SIX PGA CHAMPIONSHIPS
Here are the top six finishers in each of the last six PGA Championships between 2001 and 2006:
2006, Medinah: 270 Tiger Woods; 275 Shaun Micheel; 276 Luke Donald, Adam Scott, Sergio Garcia; 277 Mike Weir
2005, Baltusrol: 276 Phil Mickelson; 277 Thomas Bjorn, Steve Elkington; 278 Davis Love, Tiger Woods; 279 Michael Campbell, Retief Goosen, Geoff Ogilvy, Pat Perez
2004, Whistling Straits: 280 Vijay Singh, Chris DiMarco, Justin Leonard (Singh won play-off); 281 Ernie Els, Chris Riley; 282 KJ Choi, Paul McGinley, Phil Mickelson
2003, Oak Hill: 276 Shaun Micheel; 278 Chad Campbell; 279 Tim Clark; 280 Alex Cejka; 281 Ernie Els, Jay Haas
2002, Hazeltine: 278 Rich Beem; 279 Tiger Woods; 283 Chris Riley; 284 Fred Funk, Justin Leonard; 285 Rocco Mediate
2001, Atlanta Athletic Club: 265 David Toms; 266 Phil Mickelson; 268 Steve Lowery; 270 Mark Calcavecchia, Shingo Katayama; 272 Billy Andrade
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