THE MOMENTS THAT MATTERED IN THE FINAL ROUND AS JASON DAY CLAIMED THE US PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
* Hole 2, 593 yard, par 5 – Day makes birdie after putting his second in the greenside trap.
* Hole 5, 603 yard, par 5 – Day again birdies a par five, making birdie from eight feet.
* Hole 6, 355 yard, par 4 – Playing the easiest hole on the course Day hits a wedge to five feet and makes the birdie.
* Hole 7, 214 yard, par 3 – The birdie blitz continues as Day does his best impersonation of playing partner Jordan Spieth, draining a monster 50-footer for his birdie.
* Hole 11, 563 yard, par 5 – Day bombs the longest drive of the final round on the hole down the fairway, hitting it 382 yards, leaving him a wedge into the par five. Spieth finds trouble and makes par as Day makes birdie.
* Hole 12, 143 yard, par 3 – Day puts his tee shot in the greenside trap, but plays a remarkable bunker shot from a difficult lie to get up and down for par.
* Hole 13, 404 yard, par 4 – Day makes a regulation par, but Spieth, who has been striking his irons well knocks it close and makes birdie to cut Day’s lead to three shots.
* Hole 14, 397 yard, par 4 – Day puts his tee shot in the fairway bunker but plays a remarkable approach to 10 feet and drains the birdie putt, while Spieth tugs his approach from the fairway left and makes a brilliant up and down for his par. Day leads by four shots at 20-under.
* Hole 15, 518 yard, par 4 – Day finds trouble off the tee in the rough. He gets a flyer which then buries itself in the greenside rough, he can’t get up and down and makes bogey – Spieth pars, Day’s lead is again three strokes.
* Hole 16, 569 yard, par 5 – Day hits the green in two shots and just misses his eagle putt. He taps in for birdie, Spieth also makes a two-putt birdie.
* Hole 17, 223 yard, par 3 – The hardest hole on the course, both Day and Spieth hit their tee shots to the centre of the green. Day hits a great lag from 60-feet and taps in for par. Day leads by three with one to play.
* Hole 18, 520 yard, par 4 – Day hits his drive into the fairway and makes the green with his approach. His birdie putt comes up just short, leaving Day, already crying tears of joy a tap-in for his par and first major title.