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Gene Sarazen (7) majors total : U.S Open (1922,1932) U.S PGA (1922,1923,1933) U.S Masters (1935) British Open (1932).

Gene Sarazen (7) majors total : U.S Open (1922,1932) U.S PGA (1922,1923,1933) U.S Masters (1935) British Open (1932).

Ian Woosnam (5) majors total : U.S Masters (1991) British PGA (1988,1997) British Masters (1983,1994).

Ian Woosnam majors total : U.S Masters British PGA British Masters

Ian Baker Finch (3) majors total : British Open (1991) Australia PGA (1993) Australia Masters (1988).

Ian Baker Finch (3) majors total : British Open (1991) Australia PGA (1993) Australia Masters (1988).

Vijay Singh (4) majors total : U.S PGA (1998,2004) U.S Masters (2000) South Africa Open (1997).

Vijay Singh (4) majors total : U.S PGA (1998,2004) U.S Masters (2000) South Africa Open (1997).

The world's second best.....Jack Nicklaus (24) majors total : U.S Open (1962,1967,1972,1980) U.S PGA (1963,1971,1973,1975,1980) U.S Masters (1963,1965,1966,1972,1975,1986) British Open (1966,1970,1978) Australia Open (1964,1968,1971,1975,1976,1978). Currently has the most Americas Majors (15).

The world's second best.Jack Nicklaus majors total : U.S Open U.S PGA U.S Masters British Open Australia Open Currently has the most American Majors

Matt Kuchar 02 - Go Kooch!! :-)

Matt Kuchar of the United States holds high the Walter Hagen Cup as winner of the 2013 Accenture Match Play Championship. Kuchar defeated countryman and former Accenture champion Hunter Mahan 2 and 1 in the final match.

Angel Cabrera (3) majors total : U.S Open (2007) U.S Masters (2009) British PGA (2005)

Angel Cabrera---Reason to smile: Known as El Pato, which is ­Spanish for The Duck, Cabrera made the Masters his second major victory.

Tiger Woods looks on the 5th fairway during the Third Round at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines South Golf Course on January 27, 2013 in La Jolla, California.  (January 26, 2013 - Source: Donald Miralle/Getty Images North America) s

Tiger Woods Crewneck Sweater

Tiger Woods looks on the fairway during the Third Round at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines South Golf Course on January 2013 in La Jolla, California. (January 2013 - Source: Donald Miralle/Getty Images North America) s

Gary Player, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, 1965. Jack Nicklaus defeated Gary Player and Arnold Palmer by nine strokes. Jack shot rounds of 67, 71, 64 and 69.

Gary Player, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, Jack Nicklaus defeated Gary Player and Arnold Palmer by nine strokes. Jack shot rounds of 64 and

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