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1970 PGA Championship

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Dates  August 13–16, 1970
Organized by  PGA of America
Par  70
Location  Tulsa, Oklahoma
Tour(s)  PGA Tour
1970 PGA Championship
Course(s)  Southern Hills Country Club

The 1970 PGA Championship was the 52nd PGA Championship, played August 13–16 at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Dave Stockton won the first of his two PGA Championships at 279 (−1), two strokes ahead of runners-up Bob Murphy and Arnold Palmer.

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It was Palmer's third runner-up finish at the only major he never won, and was his last time in contention in the final round of a PGA Championship. Stockton won his second PGA Championship six years later in 1976.

The third round was played in 101 °F (38 °C) heat, and Stockton led by three strokes after 54 holes at 206 (−4). Defending champion Raymond Floyd carded a 65 (−5) on Saturday and was in second place at 209 (−1) entering the final round, and Palmer was alone in third place at 211 (+1).

It was the second major championship at Southern Hills, which hosted the U.S. Open in 1958. It later hosted the U.S. Open in 1977 and 2001 and the PGA Championship in 1982, 1994, and 2007.

Missed the cut

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First round

Thursday, August 13, 1970

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Second round

Friday, August 14, 1970

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Third round

Saturday, August 15, 1970

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Final round

Sunday, August 16, 1970

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References

1970 PGA Championship Wikipedia


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