Rahul Sharma

1984 PGA Championship

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Dates  August 16–19, 1984
Organized by  PGA of America
Par  72
Location  Birmingham, Alabama
Tour(s)  PGA Tour
1984 PGA Championship
Course(s)  Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club

The 1984 PGA Championship was the 66th PGA Championship, held August 16–19 at Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club in Birmingham, Alabama. Lee Trevino shot four rounds in the 60s to win his second PGA Championship and sixth and final major title, four strokes ahead of runners-up Gary Player and Lanny Wadkins.


Trevino, age 44, was tied for the lead after two rounds at 137 (−7) with Player and Wadkins. Despite a double bogey at 18 on Saturday, Trevino carded a 67 (−5) for 204 (−12) and a one shot lead. A 69 on Sunday led to a total of 273 (−15), which set a new record for under-par by five strokes for the championship, which was later broken by Steve Elkington in 1995.

Shoal Creek hosted the PGA Championship again in 1990 and the Regions Tradition, a senior major championship, from 2011 through 2015.

Missed the cut


First round

Thursday, August 16, 1984
Friday, August 17, 1984


Second round

Friday, August 17, 1984


Third round

Saturday, August 18, 1984


Final round

Sunday, August 19, 1984



Final round

Cumulative tournament scores, relative to par


1984 PGA Championship Wikipedia

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