- PGA Championship updates from 2017’s final major, at Quail Hollow
- Spieth rambling his way towards golf’s elite clubhouse in record time
- Keep tabs on the PGA’s official leaderboard here
- And send your thoughts to Scott.Murray@theguardian.com
It’s been a hell of a year in the majors already: 63s for Justin Thomas and Haotong Li; a 62 for Branden Grace; Brooks Koepka delivering on his promise at Erin Hills; Lexi Thompson’s marker woes; Choi Hye-jin nearly winning the US Open as a 17-year-old amateur; IK Kim consigning that missed putt to history by sealing the British; the way Jordan Spieth diced with disaster at Birkdale before turning in a performance for the ages. Oh, and Sergio won the Masters. Sergio won the Masters!
And 2017 is not over yet. Here comes Glory’s Last Shot, the 99th PGA Championship at Quail Hollow, Charlotte, North Carolina! Spieth is looking to seal a career grand slam at the golden age of 24 years and 17 days. If he manages it, he’d be seven months younger than Tiger when he completed his set in 2000, and two years younger than Jack Nicklaus back in 1966. History is within his grasp.