92nd PGA Championship
Germany's Martin Kaymer emerged victorious from a three-hole playoff with Bubba Watson, posting a winning even-par total in the overtime drama to become his country's first PGA Champion and second ever to win one of golf's four majors.
The dramatics, however, were more compelling prior to the playoff when Dustin Johnson - clinging to a one-stroke lead standing on the 18th tee - saw his chances for glory erased due to a rule violation in a tiny sand bunker on the right-hand side of the fairway.
Johnson had places his 4-iron behind the ball, unaware that it was part of a bunker. He went on to make a brilliant pitch shot to seven feet of the hole, just missing a par putt that was to have been a Championship-winning stroke.
Kaymer earned $1.35 million and moved to a career-best No.5 in the world. He became the first Continental European since Spain's Jose Maria Olazabal (1999 Masters) to win a major championship.