As Jay Haas was closing out his victory Sunday, his thoughts drifted back to the 1995 Ryder Cup at Oak Hill. PGA.com's T.J. Auclair explains what was on Haas' mind as the final few holes of the Senior PGA Championship unfolded, and what else happened on an eventful closing day. Story
69th Senior PGA Championship
Last Updated: 2:18 PM ET
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Oak Hill Country Club
Rochester, N.Y. USA
7,001 yards / Par 70
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For Low PGA Club Professional Bill Britton, Sunday was a day of celebration. And after driving most of the night, the PGA Director of Instruction at Twin Brook Golf Center will spend Monday sharing his experiences with his students back home in Tinton Falls, N.J.
Joey Sindelar's final-round 72 made him the highest finishing player from central New York. Plus, Greg Norman is impressed with Oak Hill and the Rochester fans, Gene Jones continues quite a run with a strong result, and more.
For the 12 PGA Club Professionals who played all four rounds, this was a challenge like few had seen before. But the overwhelming consensus from them was that it was an opportunity and an experience they will cherish for a long time.
In his final Senior PGA Championship as president of The PGA, Brian Whitcomb offers up a big round of thanks to Jay Haas, Jeff Sluman, Bill Britton and everyone else involved for making this championship one of the best he's ever seen.