Tiger Woods has a storied history at the PGA Championship.
The four-time champion won back-to-back Wanamaker trophies in 1999 and 2000 and again in 2006 and 2007.
He's hit some of the most remarkable shots in Championship history and has been involved in many memorable moments.
Get your Tiger fix with five of his top shots from the PGA Championship archives.
5. Chip in birdie on No. 10 in 2005 at Baltusrol
When you know, you know. Woods knew his third shot from off the green on No. 10 at Baltusrol in 2005 was good before anyone else. Despite finishing two shots back of winner Phil Mickelson at the end of the weekend, Woods’ third-round chip-in birdie brought a building roar, raised arms and an iconic fist pump that left he and caddie Steve Williams smiling ear to ear.
4. Amazing recovery leads to birdie on No. 9 in 2018 at Bellerive
Woods put on a show in the final round of the 2018 PGA Championship, but his recovery shot from the rough on No. 9 at Bellerive brought the crowd to its feet. Woods’ errant tee shot found the gallery, but he landed his second shot within 15 feet and sank his the putt for his fourth birdie of the front nine.
3. Woods shows off with huge high cut en route to first Wanamaker at Medinah
Much was made of Sergio Garcia’s recovery shot on No. 16 at the 1999 PGA Championship, but Woods impressed the golf world in his own way with our broadcasters boldly proclaiming “It might be the greatest shot I’ve ever seen if it carries.” And carry it did.
Facing 261 yards on the par-5 7th, Woods chose to go for it in two despite having to play a huge high cut around the trees. In true Woods fashion, he made it look easy and went on to birdie the hole in the final round en route to defeating Garcia for his first Wanamaker Trophy.
2. "The greatest feeling shot" Tiger has ever hit in 2002 at Hazeltine
Arguably the best shot Tigers Woods has ever struck. Woods’ tee shot on the par-4 18th found the bunker, leaving him a stance that seemed nearly impossible. With his heels against the edge of the bunker, he ripped a 3-iron that rose up over the trees along the left side, drew against a 20-25 mph breeze and stuck it 20 feet from the pin.
He made the birdie putt and went on to say it was “the greatest feeling shot I’ve ever hit in my life.”
1. Woods walks it in on first playoff hole versus Bob May in 2000
One of the most iconic moments in Woods’ career and PGA Championship history came on the first hole of a three-hole playoff against fellow Californian Bob May in the 2000 PGA Championship. The duo started the playoff on the par-14 16th and after May hit a marvelous chip inside a foot to save par, Woods made a 20-foot right-to-left curler for birdie that proved to be the difference in the aggregate playoff.
The best part? Woods knew he nailed the difficult breaker, pacing behind it by just a few steps and picking it from the hole immediately after it dropped.