Tiger Woods' PGA Championship History

Tiger Woods is planning on playing this week at Valhalla. He's had a storied history at Valhalla and the PGA Championship.
Tiger Woods - PGA Championship
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This week at Valhalla, Tiger Woods is looking to make another cut in a major championship following his incredible 24th-straight-made-cut at last month's Masters. More importantly, he'll look to make a push for his fifth PGA Championship victory.

Tiger Woods has an illustrious history at the PGA Championship

Woods has had a long and storied history at the tournament, including winning an epic playoff at Valhalla.

Woods won the PGA Championship in 1999, 2000, 2006, and 2007. He also has finished in second place three times and has been in the top ten in the championship nine times in total. The last time Woods completed the tournament was back in 2020 when he finished in a tie for 37th.

Back in 2000, Woods claimed the title at Valhalla in an epic playoff with PGA Tour veteran Bob May. Both Woods and May finished with scores of 18-under par before heading into the playoff. Woods would go on to birdie the first hole and par the next two on the way to his second straight PGA Championship title.

His last PGA Title came in 2007. In the 2nd round of the tournament at Southern Hills, he shot a 63 which was the championship record for the lowest score in a single round. The round put him in the lead and he never looked back. Tiger Woods won the tournament by two shots over Woody Austin.

Woods hasn't won on the PGA Tour since 2019 at the Zozo Championship. He has not won a major since the Masters that same year. However, Woods' competitive spirit always seems to be able to draw a crowd which makes him a favorite to compete in any tournament he participates in.

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Despite being 48, Woods once again drew a strong response when he teed off at Valhalla in a practice round. He started on the 10th hole and finished on 18. During his round, he had another gallery of fans looking to follow his every move. They more than likely will follow each hole he plays with bated breath Thursday through Sunday this week.