Jimmy Walker won his first Major at the USPGA Championship
The 2016 USPGA Championship is the 98th staging of the tournament and will be held on the Lower Course at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, New Jersey – 20 miles West of New York City.
The year’s final major has been held at Baltusrol just once before, in 2005, when Phil Mickelson won with a score of –4 to beat Thomas Bjorn and Steve Elkington by a stroke.
Baltusrol has hosted nine major championships including seven US Opens, most recently in 1993.
For this year's tournament, the course measures 7,462 yards and the shortest par-3 is 195 yards.
Jason Day won the title by three strokes over Jordan Spieth at Whistling Straits last year with a score of –20, which was the lowest ever score in relation to par in a major. Henrik Stenson equalled that at Royal Troon earlier this month.
The 2016 USPGA Championship usually takes place in early August but has been moved forward two weeks to allow for the Olympic Games.
There have been only two American winners – Jason Dufner in 2013 and Keegan Bradley in 2011 - in the last nine tournaments.
There has never been an English winner of the USPGA Championship.
The prize fund for this year's championship is $10.5m with the winner getting $1.89m.