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  Tuesday, 30 July, 2002, 16:53 GMT 17:53 UK
David Toms reacts as his ball drops into the hole to win the USPGA Championship Toms takes USPGA title
David Toms is crowned USGPA champion with a thrilling last-hole victory over Phil Mickelson in Atlanta.
A dejected Phil Mickelson Major frustration grows for Mickelson
World number two Phil Mickelson is making an unfortunate habit of finishing second in Major tournaments.
Tiger Woods Tiger's rocky road
After relinquishing the third of his Major crowns, BBC Sport Online considers whether Tiger Woods is past his peak.
Monty disqualified for card error
Colin Montgomerie is disqualified on the final day of the USPGA Championships as competition for Ryder Cup places hots up.
Toms: Reluctant hero
USPGA champion David Toms delights in his first Major win but is less sure about all the attention that comes with it.
USPGA final round Tiger Watch
All the hole-by-hole action as last year's champion Tiger Woods adjusts to life among the also-rans on the fourth day in Atlanta.
Major hopes for Toms
David Toms carries a two-shot lead over Phil Mickelson into the final round of the USPGA Championship in Atlanta.
Toms takes charge at USPGA
David Toms sensationally takes the lead at the USPGA with a hole-in-one on a dramatic third day in Atlanta.
European challenge falters
The leading Europeans are off the pace at the USPGA Championship in Atlanta but valuable Ryder Cup points are still there to be won.
USPGA third round Tiger Watch
All the hole-by-hole action as Tiger Woods records an erratic 69 on the third day in Atlanta.
Hole-in-one for Faldo
Nick Faldo scores a hole-in-one in the third round of the USPGA in Atlanta.
Tiger's great escape
Tiger Woods produces some stunning golf late in the second day at the USPGA championship to just make the cut.
O'Meara claims course record
Mark O'Meara becomes only the 19th player to card a round of 63 in the Major history with a record-breaking display in Atlanta.
Upbeat Monty talks up outside chance
A battling back nine from Colin Montgomerie leaves the Scot with a slim chance of victory in the USPGA in Atlanta.
USPGA second round Tiger Watch
All the hole-by-hole action as Tiger Woods just makes the cut on the second day in Atlanta.
Katayama takes a share
Day two of the USPGA in Atlanta, where Japan's Shingo Katayama takes a surprise share of the lead, with the USA's David Toms.
Waite takes surprise lead in Atlanta
Little-known Grant Waite is two shots clear of golf's biggest names after the first round of the USPGA.
Faldo finds vintage form
Nick Faldo rolls back the years with an excellent first round at the USPGA - just days after getting back off honeymoon.
Duval on top of his game
David Duval admits he has not felt so good about his golf for a long time, as he eclipses Tiger Woods at the start of the USPGA.
USPGA first round Tiger Watch
All the hole-by-hole action as Tiger Woods opens his USPGA campaign with a dismal three-over-par 73.
Coltart turns on the style
Andrew Coltart is the leading Scot after the first day's play at the USPGA Championship with a round of 67.
Faldo condemns USPGA course
Six-time major winner Nick Faldo believes the USPGA Championship course in Atlanta is too long and will favour "sluggers".
Last among equals
BBC Sport Online examines why the USPGA Championship is considered the poor relation of the Major family.
History of the USPGA
From its beginning in 1916 the USPGA has been dominated by the Americans, with some classic contests through the years.
Six of the best
BBC Sport Online looks at six golfers who have made their mark at the USPGA.
USPGA: A European graveyard
The USPGA is traditionally a poor event for European golfers and seems set to stay that way.
Woods edges 2000 USPGA
BBC Sport Online recalls how Tiger Woods won last year's USPGA at Valhalla to claim his third major of the year.
A guide to the Highlands Course
BBC Sport Online's Paul Fletcher profiles the Atlanta Athletic Club Highlands Course, the venue for this year's USPGA Championship.
The History of the AAC
The Atlanta Athletic Club, the venue for this year's USPGA, is inextricably linked with golfing great Bobby Jones.
Sorenstam wins Canadian Open
Swedish golfer Annika Sorenstam wins the Canadian Women's Open by two strokes.
Sorenstam shares the lead
Annika Sorenstam shoots a 64 to move into a share of the lead in the Canadian Women's Open.
Pak stays hot in Canada
British Open winner Se Ri Pak holds form to take a shared lead of the Canadian Women's Open - plus round-up of Thursday's action.
Donald turns professional
Fresh from his Walker Cup success, Englishman Luke Donald is stepping up to the professional ranks.
McGinley on verge of Ryder spot
Dubliner Paul McGinley hopes to seal his place in the Ryder Cup team at the USPGA Championship.
McEvoy masterminds impossible dream
BBC Sport's Kitrina Douglas profiles Peter McEvoy, GB and Ireland's triumphant Walker Cup captain.

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