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One of the last people who would have predicted Jimmy Walker's win in the PGA Championship at Baltusrol was the man himself.Though Walker felt some improvement last week at the Canadian Open, he'd struggled much of the year, particularly in the majors. So after a pressure-packed par on the final hole gave Walker a one-stroke win over defending champion Jason Day Sunday, he was somewhat surprised and plenty relieved.He was superb this week to get the Wanamaker Trophy. He played the final 28 holes without a bogey, and survived in the tightest of spots during Sunday's 36-hole finish – the first in this event since Jim Turnesa won the 1952 PGA Championship in a 36-hole match.Walker's win completed a sweep of first-time major winners: Henrik Stenson at the British Open, Dustin Johnson at the U.S. Open, and Danny Willett at the Masters.Walker already was looking ahead after his exhausting win.
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