After a wire to wire victory at the 2014 Open Championship, Rory McIlroy entered the 2014 PGA Championship as the favorite to win the final major of the season. Rory came out the gate strong shooting an open round 66 to find his name near the top of the leaderboard. McIlroy remained in contention throughout the next two rounds and by the end of the third round he was the leader with a -16 par. After a rain delay, Sundays final round was one for the ages as four golfers held the lead over the last nine holes. With nightfall on the horizon, McIlroy was able to par the final hole to capture his second major in back to back tournaments. Overall, this was his fourth major victory and second PGA victory. At the age of 25, McIlroy began the third youngest golfer to win four majors trailing only Jack and Tiger. This limited edition (25) "Spotlight" 16"x24" print captures McIlroy holding the Wanamaker Trophy in the dark as bright lights from cameras seize the moment. Rory's silver signature has been authenticated by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Authentication Process.Product depicted for demonstration purposes only and is subject to change without further notice.