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Final round: Please sir, may I have another?

Padraig Harrington now has a Wanamaker trophy to keep his Claret Jug company for the next year. (Greenwood/Getty Images)

Were you expecting it? Can you believe it? The new master of the majors is Ireland's Padraig Harrington, who has won his second straight and third overall major. Once again, Harrington battled Spain's fiery Sergio Garcia, and once again, the Irishman prevailed.

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U.S. Ryder Cup team has its first eight members


With solid performances at Oakland Hills, Ben Curtis and Boo Weekley played their way onto the U.S. Ryder Cup team, joining six others who hope to break Europe's hex over the Americans.
Complete Ryder Cup coverage | U.S. Player Profiles

Second straight major makes Harrington Tiger-like


Padraig Harrington paused Sunday when asked if he was in Tiger Woods' company. But two majors in a row and three out of the past six proves that he's answered every question about his game.
Harrington's scorecard | Tree trouble derails Holmes

Mickelson and Goosen earn invites to PGA Grand Slam


Past major champions Phil Mickelson and Retief Goosen have received invitations to play in the 26th PGA Grand Slam in October. They will join Padraig Harrington and Trevor Immelman.
PGA Grand Slam microsite | Check out Mid Ocean Club

Maturing Garcia feels closer to elusive major


This one hurts as bad as any of the majors he's come so close to winning. But Sergio Garcia is taking a little solace in the fact that he did everything he could and it just wasn't enough.
Garcia's scorecard | Notes: Mickelson looking ahead

Once again, Curtis rises to occasion in a major


Ben Curtis came up just short to Padraig Harrington after a long day on a long, labor-intensive golf course, but there was no mistaking how tall he stood at the end of the PGA Championship.
Curtis' scorecard | PGA Championship video gallery

Oakland Hills eased up some Sunday but was still a 'monster'


Thanks to the heavy rains that fell Saturday, Oakland Hills played much easier over the final two days than the first two. But there's no chance the course will lose its nickname as "the monster."
Check out the course statistics | Tour Oakland Hills

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