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On This Day in 2007 – Tiger Woods claims 13th major with victory in Oklahoma

The world number one successfully defended his US PGA Championship title.
Tiger Woods

On this day in 2011: Darren Clarke becomes oldest Open champion since 1967

The 42-year-old Northern Irishman held off the challenge of American pair Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson to win by three shots.
On this day in 2011: Darren Clarke becomes oldest Open champion since 1967

On this day in 2015: Jordan Spieth wins US Open to claim second straight major

Spieth, then 21, became just the sixth man to win the Masters and US Open in the same year.
Golf – The Open Championship 2015 – Practice Day Two – St Andrews

On this day 2008: Tiger Woods beats Rocco Mediate after play-off to win US Open

Woods forced the play-off at Torrey Pines when he converted a 15-foot birdie putt on 18 which saw the pair tied on one under after four rounds.
Tiger Woods celebrates

The ten greatest shots in U.S. Open history

The 123rd national championship of American golf takes place for the first time at Los Angeles Country Club. M. James Ward outlines the ten greatest shots played in the event's long and storied history.
The ten greatest shots in U.S. Open history

2023 PGA Championship notes

Oak Hill CC (East Course), May 18-21, Pittsford, New York

On this day in 2019: Tiger Woods ends his major drought with Masters victory

The 43-year-old held his nerve to make history on the final day.
Tiger Woods won his 15th major at the 2019 Masters

On this day in 2017: Sergio Garcia wins Masters to end major drought

It was the Spaniard’s first major title at the 74th attempt.
Sergio Garcia claimed his first major at the 2017 US Masters in Augusta

The Masters ‘Champions Dinner’

Proposed and first hosted in 1952 by outgoing Champion Ben Hogan, we list who had what
The Masters ‘Champions Dinner’ originated in 1934

On this day in 2009 – Colin Montgomerie appointed Europe’s Ryder Cup captain

The Scot made eight playing appearances in the competition.
Colin Montgomerie

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