Brooks Koepka ended a record-breaking week by defending the US PGA Championship title at Bethpage State Park BK Course.
The American entered round four with a record seven shot lead and held off the challenge of Dustin Johnson despite a late wobble.
Here, we pick out the key talking points from the week in New York.
Koepka is firmly among the golfing greats following a spectacular week at Bethpage. A fourth Major title out of his last eight puts him alongside Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods as the only players to win so many in so short a span, and he becomes the first wire to wire winner of a Major since Spieth at The 2017 Open Championship. The 29-year-old is also now the only player under 30 with four Major titles and there could be many more to follow. Koepka made a stunning start with a blemish-free 63 on one of the toughest golf courses on the planet. The next day he shattered the 36 hole records for lowest score in a Major, and lowest score to par and leading margin at the US PGA as a 65 gave him a seven shot lead.
When what you’ve accomplished starts to sink in... pic.twitter.com/5DSE8uDxmD— PGA Championship (@PGAChampionship) May 20, 2019
In 2016, Matt Wallace was playing on the Alps Tour. Now, he's a four-time European Tour winner and has just finished in a tie for third for his best result at a Major Championship. The 29-year-old carded a closing 72 in round four as the notoriously difficult Long Island layout bared its teeth in the wind, finishing six shots behind winner and new World Number one Koepka and four back of Johnson, who has dropped to Number Two. “In the end, I wanted second, but I would have taken third. That’s not a bad week for me," he said. “I really dug deep and showed another side to myself, that I was proud and kept churning away and trying to produce the best I could, and two over was the best I could have done. I'm buzzing for the next Major. I've shown that I can compete. We're a little bit far away from the leaders but that's a few putts here and there. If I can just try and get better at every single part of my game, I can compete with the likes of Brooks and DJ."
Thankyou Bethpage ⚫️ T-3 pic.twitter.com/9UnHurNgEy— Matt Wallace (@mattsjwallace) May 19, 2019
Jack Miller works in a supermarket day to day but he is also a veteran caddie at Bethpage State Park BK Course and he was paired up with Jazz Janewattananond at the start of the week, after the talented 23-year-old's planned local caddie was unable to perform his duties. The pair met just three days before the tournament but ended the week only one shot away from a top ten finish. Janewattananond was in the mix after the third day but struggled in his final round to fall out of contention. Nevertheless, he made an impression on Miller. He said: "It started off a little awkward with the language. He was having a problem with my New York accent! But we got it going. He laughs and fools around with everybody and then the next thing you know, when it comes to a golf shot, he's so focused on it. He's a true pro. When I'm with him I'm fine, he's cool, we're calm. For a 23-year-old it's amazing how he carries himself."