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The PGA Grand Slam of Golf Trophy
The winner of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf is the year's "Champion of Champions," and his name is inscribed on a trophy that appropriately signifies the most difficult event in golf to earn an entry.
Five crystals -- one for each major championship and a dominant fifth that befits the event champion -- rest atop a four-sided base that measures 16 inches on each side. Each side of the trophy contains the logo of each of the modern major golf championships. The trophy, first presented in 1992, is 27 inches high and weighs 50 pounds. Its base was designed by Pat Morrell of West Palm Beach, Fla.