TULSA, Okla. – The 2022 PGA Championship draws to a close on Sunday, and while at the top of the rankings are a number of golfers who have never won a major – let alone a PGA Tour – event, immense talent is vying for the Wanamaker Trophy will not let up the track. Mito Pereira has a three-shot lead en route to the finals as he seeks to become the first Chilean man to win a major championship and the first debutant to win the championship since Keegan Bradley in 2011 at the Atlantic Athletic Club wins.
Joining Pereira in the final pairing is Matt Fitzpatrick, who will be looking to capture his own slice of history in Southern Hills. With a win, Fitzpatrick would not only become the first Englishman to win a major championship since Danny Willett at the 2016 Masters, but also the first from his country to win the PGA championship in over 100 years. The two will face off in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with former Wake Forest teammates Will Zalatoris and Cameron Young in the group ahead of them. For the first time since at least 2000, the top four of the rankings are without a PGA Tour victory going into the finals of a major championship.
With so much inexperience, Sunday will be a memorable conclusion to the PGA Championship. CBS Sports will update this story below with results and highlights from the PGA Championship. Check out the live results at the top of this story, a more detailed standings and start times for Round 4.
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