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    Video: Full-week highlights

    There's no doubt about it -- this PGA Championship was a week unlike any other. Catch up on Martin Kaymer, Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson and all the amazing action from Whistling Straits in our exclusive PGA Championship Week highlights package. Watch now ...

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    'I like what I see'

    On Monday, U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Corey Pavin said he's pleased with the four veterans and four rookies who automatically qualified for the team on Sunday. As for his captain's picks, he reiterated that he's still evaluating a lot of possibilities. Read more ...

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    Video: BK and TJ analyze Day 4

    Need a quick, colorful analysis of all the action from an amazing, unprecedented Sunday at Whistling Straits to get caught up? PGA.com's Brian Katrek and T.J. Auclair boil down all the action into a tight and terrific two minutes. Watch now...

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    Ross: Fitting finish to wild week

    After the PGA Championship kicked off with Phil Mickelson’s medical shocker and the Corey Pavin-Jim Gray kerfuffle, Helen Ross says it was only appropriate that the final round ended in a manner befitting the eye-popping week that preceded it. Read more ...

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    A sandy situation

    Dustin Johnson didn't realize he was in a bunker when he hit his second shot on the 72nd hole Sunday. After Rules Officials determined he was, his bid for a first major title ended with a two-shot penalty for grounding his club. Read more ...

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    Sunday's Last Word from Whistling Straits

    What could make our PGA Championship coverage even better? How about one story that recaps all the best stories we published throughout the entire day on Sunday? Here's our Last Word from the links.

    Mental and physical mistakes doom challengers

    Martin Kaymer admitted to a case of nerves, but managed to stay calm and collected. However, says Golf.com's Cameron Morfit, the same couldn't be said for most of his closest competitors on a pressure-packed day.

    His playoff gamble fails, but Watson has no regrets

    Bubba Watson's gamble on the third playoff hole didn't work out the way he wanted, but the big lefty had no regrets. He was playing to win and, he said, his aggressiveness had propelled himself into the playoff in the first place.

    Woods answers some questions, but not all, in final-round 73

    Tiger Woods wrapped up his week at Whistling Straits with another inconsistent round, this one marred by poor driving. Now, he says, it's back to practice and, later, he hopes on to the Ryder Cup as a captain's pick.

    Mickelson won't be No. 1, but still has fun in closing 67

    Phil Mickelson was philosophical about not winning a second major this year or taking over the top spot in the ranking. He's happy to be feeling good, and encouraged by his sharp play in Sunday's final round.

    Sunday's notebook from Whistling Straits

    Rory McIlroy never made a move Sunday, and it almost paid off for him anyway. Plus, Steve Elkington's vintage effort almost sets a new major record, Ian Poulter pulls out with an illness, and more.

    Top tweets from Sunday's action at Whistling Straits

    We have enlisted an army of correspondents to follow the PGA Championship and post their thoughts and observations on Twitter throughout each round. Here is a round-up of some of the best from an action-packed final day.

    Kaymer secures final berth in PGA Grand Slam of Golf

    With his victory at Whistling Straits on Sunday, Martin Kaymer played his way into the four-man field for the 2010 PGA Grand Slam of Golf, where he will join Phil Mickelson, Graeme McDowell and Louis Oosthuizen.

    'An awesome experience' for Labritz, despite missed goal

    Rob Labritz went "flag hunting" during Sunday's final round of the 92nd PGA Championship, but the PGA Professional from Bedford Hills, N.Y., failed to bag a big round at Whistling Straits.

    Single Overton breaks PGA Championship speed record

    Playing as a single Sunday, Jeff Overton wasted little time completing his final round. In fact, a winded Andy Landenberger can attest that Overton did indeed set a new record for fastest round in a PGA Championship.

    PGA Professionals in the 2010 PGA Championship