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The Masters has Amen Corner, the green jacket and azaleas. The U.S. Open bills itself as the toughest and most democratic golf tournament in the world. The British Open is the oldest of golf’s four majors and the only one played on links courses.

And then there’s the PGA Championship. It’s the only one of golf’s majors with a field comprised only of professionals, including 20 club professionals, but it gets knocked by some fans and pundits for lacking a persona. Its format has changed, going from match play to stroke play in 1958, and its date has changed, recently moving from August, when it was “Glory’s Last Shot,” to May.

But one thing has been a constant at the PGA Championship for decades, it delivers drama and amazing finishes that often involve the biggest stars in the game. Here are the iconic moments and great finishes at PGA Championships since 2000.