Grand Slam of Golf

Grand Slam Past Winners

2002
2002 Tiger Woods 66-61-127
  Rich Beem 72-73-145
  Justin Leonard 69-72-141
  Davis Love III 72-69-141
2001
2001 Tiger Woods 67-65-132
  Retief Goosen 71-66-137
  David Duval 76-72-148
  David Toms 68-67-135
2000
2000 Tiger Woods 71-68-139 (Won Playoff)
  Vijay Singh 69-70-139
  Paul Azinger 74-74-148
  Tom Lehman 73-70-143
1999
1999 Championship Match: Tiger Woods def. Davis Love III 3&2
  Third Place Match: José Maria Olazabál def. Paul Lawrie injury defeat
  First-Round Match: Woods def. Lawrie 3&2
  Love def. Olazabal 6&5
1998
1998 Championship Match: Tiger Woods def. Vijay Singh 2-up
  Third Place Match: Lee Janzen def. Mark O'Meara 1-up
  First-Round Match: Woods def. Janzen 3&2
  First-Round Match: Singh def. O'Meara 2-up
1997
1997 Ernie Els 68-65-133
  Tiger Woods 66-70-136
  Justin Leonard 77-72-149
  Davis Love III 71-67-138
1996
1996 Tom Lehman 68-66-134
  Nick Faldo 67-72-139
  Steve Jones 70-66-136
  Mark Brooks 74-73-147
1995
1995 Ben Crenshaw 72-68-140
  Corey Pavin 71-70-141
  John Daly 73-73-146
  Steve Elkington 71-70-141
1994
1994 Greg Norman 70-66-136
  José Maria Olazábal 74-70-144
  Ernie Els 72-71-143
  Nick Price 70-69-139
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  • Scaling golf's major mountains (12/1/03) — Four times a year golf's best gather to try and climb that final rung to greatness on the ladder that will define their career. Jim Huber, Turner Sports' Emmy Award-winning essayist, examines what separates a major champion from the rest.
  • Left alone to flourish (12/1/03) — When Mike Weir was a promising junior in his native Canada, he wrote a letter to the great Jack Nicklaus asking if a young left-hander should try to learn the game right-handed. The Golden Bear wrote back, and the advice he offered made Weir a Masters champion.
  • Furyk finds home in Hawaii (12/1/03) — Considering the career success he's enjoyed in Hawaii -- two wins and nearly $2 million in winnings since he joined the PGA Tour in 1994 -- it should come as no surprise that U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk and his wife built a second home on the island of Maui.

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