Grand Slam Winners. 1997 Masters Tournament, 1999 PGA Championship, 2000 U.S. Open Championship, ...
Tiger Woods. Like Nicklaus, Woods has won the career Grand Slam three times over. He originally sealed the deal with his 2000 Open triumph. He has won the Masters (4 times), U.S. Open (3), The ...
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Only five golfers have won all four of golf's modern majors at any time during their careers, an achievement which is often referred to as a Career Grand Slam: Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, and Tiger Woods. Woods and Nicklaus have won each of the four majors at least three times.
Ben Hogan completed the career Grand Slam with the 1953 British Open. His wins in the majors: Along with Woods, Hogan is the only golfer to win three of the professional majors in the same calendar year. In 1953, Hogan won The Masters plus the U.S. and British opens.
Five men: Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Gary Player and Gene Sarazen are the only golfers to have won all ...
Players that are able to win the US Masters, the PGA Championship, the US Open and the Open Championship, sometimes called the British Open, are known to have won golf’s Grand Slam. Remarkably, only one golfer has ever won a seasonal Grand Slam in the form of Bobby Jones, though Tiger Woods did win all four within the space of a year.
Only Bobby Jones has ever completed a true golf Grand Slam, while no man has ever won a modern era Grand Slam. The term Grand Slam was actually first applied to Bobby Jones’ achievement after he won the 1930 Open Championship, 1930 US Open, 1930 US Amateur and the 1930 British Amateur.
Five players have captured the career grand slam, but it's still alive for three others: Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson.
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