Penalty on 18 dooms Dustin Johnson
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. -- A controversial rules violation marred the final round of the PGA Championship on Sunday and cost Dustin Johnson a spot in a playoff and a possible major title.
Johnson grounded his club in what was deemed to be a bunker before his second shot, leading to a 2-stroke penalty.
That knocked him out of a potential playoff won by Martin Kaymer over Bubba Watson.
It is the biggest rules snafu at a major championship since the 1968 Masters, where Argentina's ...
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2010 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
Course: Whistling Straits
Where: Sheboygan, Wis.
Yardage, Par: 7,362 yards, par-72
Topics: Whistling Straits
Topics: PGA Championship