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What Happens First: Rory Completes Slam or Tiger Wins 15th Major?


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  1. 1. Which Happens First?

    • Rory wins the Masters to complete the career grand slam
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    • Tiger Woods wins his 15th major championship
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I think it's harder to complete the career slam the first time than it would be for one who was able to do it multiple times. That's why only 5 men have done it. 

Nicklaus and Woods have each done it 3 times over. Which I believe may have been a little easier for them than say Phil needing a U.S. Open, Rory needing a Masters.

Rory will add a green jacket to his majors to complete the career slam. He just needs the learn the patience and GamePlanning Tiger just had when he won this Masters. 

Others I believe will get a career slam:

Jordan Spieth (I'm surprised he hasn't done it yet, he just needs the PGA)

Brooks Koepka: (he'll have to learn to lower his ball flight to win the Open Championship)

Justin Thomas: (the guy has too much game) 

 

 

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I wanted to expand on what I meant by the numbers being on Tiger's side, so I'm going to do an analysis based on major finishes. I'm going to use the 2009 season as the starting point. It's conven

Sadly, I'm sure I chose McIlroy. Me of little faith. So happy to be wrong.

Don't forget Tom Watson could just never win a PGA, Ray Floyd couldn't figure out the Open Championship, Trevino never won a Masters. I'm going to go out on a limb here... I think Tiger might get

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