| Tiger Woods has won a total of 15 major championships in his career and is three majors from breaking Jack Nicklaus’ record. Woods broke an eleven-year winning streak in 2019 and won the Masters for the fifth time in his career.
Woods has 15 major career victories: five at the Masters, three in the United States. Open, three at the British Open and four at the PGA Championship.
These are the top seven players on the PGA Tour.
- Billy Casper. PGA Tour Winners: 51. Most wins in one year: 6 (1968)
- Byron Nelson. PGA Tour Winner: 52nd
- Arnold Palmer. PGA Tour Winner: 62nd
- Ben Hogan. PGA Tour Winner: 64th
- Jack Nicklaus. PGA Tour Winner: 73rd
- Tiger forest. PGA Tour Winner: 81st
- Sam Snead.
Bobby Jones, who had previously won a career Grand Slam in the Pre-Masters era, is the only golfer to win four majors in the same calendar year.
The lowest golf score on an 18-hole course (men) is 55 and was obtained on May 12, 2012 by Rhein Gibson (Australia) at River Oaks Golf Club in Edmond, Oklahoma, USA. The Reno Round consisted of 2 eagles and 12 birds and the rest of the holes were level with the course.
Number 63 is magical in the big leagues and Woods put his name next to the score (the lowest in major league history) with a mind-boggling second round at the PGA championship at the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa.
There are currently nine PGA Tour players averaging 300 yards. The player with the most wins this season, Tiger Woods, is not one of them. He is in 28th place
Woods’ 2000 point average is the lowest in PGA Tour history, both correct (67.79) and incorrect (68.17). Woods has the lowest career average in PGA Tour history. Woods has had the most career wins for any player in PGA Tour history (even if inflation is taken into account).
Tiger Woods Tournament Results
Tiger Woods has won 81 PGA Tours since he turned pro in 1996 at the age of 20. His total career income is estimated at 1.5 billion and Tiger Woods' net worth is currently around 800 million.
In 1966 Nicklaus became the first player to win the Masters tournament for two years in a row, and also won the Open Championship and, at the age of 26, became the youngest player to win all four golf majors.
He Won 15 major professional golf championships (up to Jack Nicklaus, who drives at 18) and 82 PGA Tour events (first time with Sam Snead). Woods guides all active golfers to great careers and wins on the PGA Tour.
Top 10 Career Goals in Winners List
It was Wood’s fifth green jacket after winning four Masters tournaments in 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005, 14 years after the last.
Tiger Woods had the biggest shot of all golfers to pick a club, but Jack Nicklaus has built an unprecedented career from start to finish. Even if you think Tiger will win more majors (and I think so), having five and beating Nicklaus is almost unbelievable.
In the history of golf, there has been only one Grand Slam winner in a single season. But there are five career Grand Slam winners in men’s golf. The only golfer to win a Grand Slam on the calendar was Bobby Jones in 1930. This was before the Masters existed, and as an ■■■■■■■ golfer, Jones did not play in the PGA championship.
Tiger Woods is the greatest golfer of all time. No, he has yet to break Jack Nicklaus’ record for most of the big wins. Nicklaus has won 18 majors, Woods currently has 14. Many believe that Woods cannot be called the greatest of all time or unless he breaks Jack’s major record.
Here are the 10 oldest winners of the big men’s golf courses:
Tiger Woods must wait at least ten years to be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame. While the decision won’t have any long-term implications for Woods as he will be a focal point for Hall of Fame entry following his official qualification, the timing is a bit odd as the biggest star in the sport recently turned 40 years old.