Xander Schauffele walks it off with 18th-hole birdie to win PGA Championship

Xander Schauffele walked it off at Valhalla Golf Club on Sunday, birdying the 18th hole to finish 21-under for the PGA Championship victory. 

Schauffele’s 263 strokes over his four rounds is the lowest scoring total in major championship history. 

Schauffele was tied with Bryson DeChambeau, who shot a 64, at 20-under entering the final hole. Schauffele, after going up and down to save par on the 17th hole, walked into the 18th tee knowing a birdie would give him the Wanamaker Trophy. 

He did just that and Schauffele can forever say he’s a major champion. 

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