Global Syn-Turf, Inc continue to love and to follow the PGA Leaderboard of American golf. Global Syn-Tuft, Inc had been around the golf sport since 2009, when they opened the doors to their manufacturing synthetic turf company. With a Bernhard Langer representative of synthetic turf fields, GST is still cheering Langer to be shown on the next year's PGA leaderboard. Although, Bernhard Langer was not on the PGA Golf Championship tournament, the PGA leaderboard showed that Rory McIlroy, an Irish golf professional at 25 years old won the Championship for his fourth major title, second of the season, and third consecutive overall win. The victory was his
third professional win in a row. His competitor, Tiger Woods was 26 when he won his eighth major at the 2002 US Open. Woods then did not win another major until the 2005 Masters, when he was 29. The issue for Tiger Woods is not whether he will break his record, but whether he will ever pass competition on the majors list. At this point, winning a 15th would elevate his legacy.
On a beautiful day in New York at the start of the tournament, the Irish golf professional lost his opening lead and fell as much as three strokes back. However, he ended up with a total 268 on the PGA leaderboard and made a championship charge over the final nine holes. He began at the 10th hole when he made an eccentric shot, yet extremely effective, second shot into the par (-5). With McIlroy, Mickelson and Fowler separated by a shot coming down the back nine. At the end of the last few pars, Fowler bogeyed the14th hole and had difficulties in getting the gold in the hole. Mickelson dropped a crucial shot at 16th hole to fall a stroke, lending him back from the lead. McIlroy had no such issues and essentially got his name on the trophy with a birdie at last hole. He made the eagle putt to jump right back into the thick of the race and thus, PGA leaderboard showing that this year's winning tournament championship will be Rory McIlroy.
That day on New York golf course, TV Network featured four players with at least part of the lead on the leaderboard, McIlroy, Mickelson, Rickie Fowler and Henrik
Stenson. Golf sports network recorded Rory McIlroy's one-shot victory over Phil Mickelson in the PGA Championship produced the highest overnight ratings in five years. The network had a rating of 36 percent more of views since in 2009 when Y.E. Yang made the two shots that were behind in the tournament playoffs to beat Tiger Woods