Grand Slam of Golf


 

The Grand Slam of Golf

 
The Grand Slam of Golf tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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2014
PGA of America
Port Royal GC, BER
136 (-6)
$600,000
Played as the (last) PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Oct 14/15; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Tied after 36 holes, Kaymer (US Open) beat Bubba Watson (The Masters) at the first playoff hole. Third on 144 was Rory McIlroy (The Open and US PGA). Fourth on 145 was Jim Furyk (previous major winner). [Port Royal GC, Southampton, Bermuda].
2013
PGA of America
Port Royal GC, BER
134 (-8)
$600,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Oct 15/16; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Justin Rose (US Open) finished 2 shots behind Scott (The Masters). Third on 139 was Jason Dufner (US PGA). Fourth on 145 was Padraig Harrington (standing in for Open Champion Phil Mickelson). [Port Royal GC, Southampton, Bermuda].
2012
PGA of America
Port Royal GC, BER
133 (-9)
$600,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (30th) (Oct 23/24; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Webb Simpson (US Open) finished 1 shot behind Harrington (standing in for Open Champion Ernie Els). Third on 138 was Keegan Bradley (standing in for US PGA winner Rory McIlroy). Fourth on 142 was Bubba Watson (The Masters). [Port Royal GC, Southampton, Bermuda].
2011
PGA of America
Port Royal GC, BER
138 (-4)
$600,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Oct 18/19; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Charl Schwartzel (The Masters) finished 1 shot behind Bradley (US PGA). Third on 142 was Rory McIlroy (US Open). Fourth on 151 was Darren Clarke (The Open). [Port Royal GC, Southampton, Bermuda].
2010
PGA of America
Port Royal GC, BER
137 (-5)
$600,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Oct 19/20; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed David Toms (standing in for Masters winner Phil Mickelson) finished 1 shot behind Els (standing in for Open Champion Louis Oosthuizen). Joint third on 145 were Graeme McDowell (US Open) and Martin Kaymer (US PGA). [Port Royal GC, Southampton, Bermuda].
2009
PGA of America
Port Royal GC, BER
131 (-11)
$600,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Oct 20/21; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Angel Cabrera (The Masters) finished 5 shots behind Glover (US Open). Third on 137 was Stewart Cink (The Open). Fourth on 141 was Yong-eun "Y.E." Yang (US PGA). [Port Royal GC, Southampton, Bermuda].
2008
PGA of America
Mid Ocean Club
136 (-4)
$600,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Oct 14/15; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Tied after 36 holes, Furyk (standing in for US Open winner Tiger Woods) beat Padriag Harrington (The Open & US PGA) with an eagle at the first playoff hole (par-5 18th). Third on 141 was Retief Goosen (previous major winner). Fourth on 145 was Trevor Immelman (The Masters). [Mid Ocean Club, Tucker's Town, Bermuda].
2007
PGA of America
Mid Ocean Club
136 (-4)
$600,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Oct 16/17; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Tied after 36 holes, Cabrera (US Open) beat Padriag Harrington (The Open) with a birdie at the third playoff hole (par-5 18th). Third on 138 was Jim Furyk (standing in for US PGA winner Tiger Woods). Fourth on 139 was Zach Johnson (The Masters). [Mid Ocean Club, Tucker's Town, Bermuda].
2006
PGA of America
136 (-8)
$500,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 21/22; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Jim Furyk (previous major winner) finished 2 shots behind Woods (The Open & US PGA). Third on 142 was Geoff Ogilvy (US Open). Fourth on 145 was Mike Weir (The Masters). [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
2005
PGA of America
131 (-13)
$500,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 22/23; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Phil Mickleson (US PGA) finished 7 shots behind Woods (The Open & The Masters). Third on 143 was Michael Campbell (US Open). Fourth on 144 was Vijay Singh (previous major winner). [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
2004
PGA of America
127 (-17)
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 23/24; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Vijay Singh (US PGA) finished 5 shots behind Mickelson (The Masters). Third on 133 was Retief Goosen (US Open). Fourth on 145 was Todd Hamilton (The Open). [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
2003
PGA of America
135 (-9)
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Dec 5/6; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Mike Weir (The Masters) finished 8 shots behind Furyk (US Open). Third on 145 was Shaun Micheel (US PGA). Fourth on 146 was Ben Curtis (The Open). [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
2002
PGA of America
127 (-17)
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 26/27; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Justin Leonard (previous major winner, standing in for Open Champion Ernie Els) and Davis Love III (previous major winner) finished 14 shots behind Woods (US Open and The Masters). Fourth on 145 was Rich Beem (US PGA). In the final round Woods shot a tournament and course record 11-under-par 61. This was Woods' fifth straight win in this event. [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
2001
PGA of America
132 (-12)
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 20/21; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed David Toms (US PGA) finished 3 shots behind Woods (The Masters). Third on 137 was Retief Goosen (US Open); fourth on 148 was David Duval (The Open). This was Woods' fourth straight win in this event. [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
2000
PGA of America
139 (-5)
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 21/22; 36-hole unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners; reverted to stroke play after two years as a match play event). Tied after 36 holes, Woods (The Open, US Open and US PGA) beat Vijay Singh (The Masters) with an eagle-3 at the first playoff hole. Third with 143 was Tom Lehman (previous major winner). Fourth with 148 was Paul Azinger (previous major winner). This was Woods' third straight win in this event. [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
1999
PGA of America
3 & 2
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 23/24; unofficial PGA Tour match play event for the season's four Major winners). Defending champion Woods (US PGA) beat Davis Love III (standing in for the late Payne Stewart) 3 and 2 in the final. José María Olazábal (The Masters) beat Paul Lawrie (The Open) in the match for third place, after Lawrie conceded due to injury. [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
1998
PGA of America
2-up
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 17-19; unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners; first of two years in match play format). Woods (previous major winner) beat Vijay Singh (US PGA) 2-up in the final. Lee Janzen (US Open) beat Mark O'Meara (The Open and The Masters) 1-up in the match for third place. [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
1997
MasterCard
133 (-11)
$400,000
Played as the MasterCard PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 17/18; unofficial PGA Tour stroke play event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Tiger Woods (The Masters) finished 3 shots behind Els (US Open). Third with 138 was Davis Love III (US PGA). Fourth with 149 was Justin Leonard (The Open). [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
1996
MasterCard
134 (-10)
$400,000
Played as the MasterCard PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 17/18; unofficial PGA Tour event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Steve Jones (US Open) finished 2 shots behind Lehman (The Open). Third with 139 was Nick Faldo (The Masters). Fourth with 147 was Mark Brooks (USA PGA). [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
1995
MasterCard
140 (-4)
$400,000
Played as the MasterCard PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 7/8; unofficial event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Corey Pavin (US Open) and Steve Elkington (US PGA) finished on 141, 1 shot behind Crenshaw (The Masters). Fourth with 146 was John Daly (The Open). [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
1994
PGA of America
136 (-8)
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 8/9; unofficial event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Nick Price (The Open and US PGA) finished 3 shots behind defending champion Norman (previous major winner). Third with 143 was Ernie Els (US Open). Fourth with 144 was José María Olazábal (The Masters). [Poipu Bay GC, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands].
1993
PGA of America
145 (+1)
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 16/17; unofficial event for the season's four Major winners). Second-placed Paul Azinger (US PGA) finished 2 shots behind Norman (The Open). Tied third on 148 were Lee Janzen (US Open) and Bernhard Langer (The Masters). [Nicklaus Tournament course, Club at PGA West, La Quinta, California].
1992
PGA of America
137 (-7)
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 10/11; unofficial event for the season's four Major winners). Tied after 36 holes, Price (US PGA) beat Tom Kite (US Open) with a par at the first playoff hole. Third with 142 was Fred Couples (The Masters). Fourth with 143 was Nick Faldo (The Open). [Nicklaus Tournament course, Club at PGA West, La Quinta, California].
1991
PGA of America
Hokuala
135 (-9)
$400,000
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Nov 12/13; unofficial event for the season's four Major winners; first time as a 36-hole event). Second-placed Ian Baker-Finch (The Open) finished 4 shots behind Woosnam (The Masters). Third with 141 was Payne Stewart (US Open). Fourth with 143 was John Daly (US PGA). [Ocean course at Hokuala, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands; at the time known as Kauai Lagoons GC].
1990
PGA of America
Kemper Lakes
70 (-72)
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (May 28; unofficial event for the previous year's four Major winners ... two of whom were otherwise engaged: Nick Faldo (The Masters) and Mark Calcavecchia (The Open); their alternates were previous major winners). Second-placed Craig Stadler (1982 major winner) finished 4 shots behind Andy North (1978 and 1985 major winner). Third with 75 was Payne Stewart (US PGA). Curtis Strange (US Open) withdrew at the last minute with a stomach disorder. [Kemper Lakes GC, Kildeer, nr Chicago, Illinois].
1989
PGA of America
Kemper Lakes
73 (+1)
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (May 29); unofficial event for the previous year's four Major winners ... three of whom were otherwise engaged: Sandy Lyle (The Masters), Seve Ballesteros (The Open) and Jeff Sluman (US PGA). Their alternates were previous major winners. Second-placed Craig Stadler (1982 major winner) finished 2 shots behind Strange (US Open). Third was Ian Baker-Finch (1991 major winner); fourth was Greg Norman (1986, 1993 major winner). [Kemper Lakes GC, Kildeer, nr Chicago, Illinois].
1988
PGA of America
Kemper Lakes
69 (-3)
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (May 30; unofficial event for the previous year's four Major winners). Second-placed Larry Mize (The Masters) and Scott Simpson (US Open) finished 1 shot behind Nelson (US PGA). Fourth was Greg Norman (alternate for Open Champion Nick Faldo). [Kemper Lakes GC, Kildeer, nr Chicago, Illinois].
1987
PGA of America
(not played)
x
x
PGA Grand Slam of Golf not played in 1997 due to the unavailability of two of the year's major winners (Larry Nelson and Nick Faldo). The other two major winners, Scott Simpson and Larry Mize, were available.
1986
PGA of America
Kemper Lakes
70 (-2)
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Sept 1; unofficial event for the season's four Major winners; last played in 1982). Second-placed Fuzzy Zoeller (alternate for US Open Champion Ray Floyd) finished 2 shots behind Norman (The Open). Tied third on 75 were Jack Nicklaus (The Masters) and Bob Tway (US PGA). [Kemper Lakes GC, Kildeer, nr Chicago, Illinois].
1982
PGA of America
PGA National
71 (-1)
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (March 15; unofficial event for the previous year's four Major winners; next played in 1986). Second-placed Larry Nelson (US PGA) finished 4 shots behind Rogers (The Open). Third with 76 was David Graham (US Open). Fourth with 78 was Tom Watson (The Masters). [Champion course, PGA National Resort, Palm Beach Gdns, FL].
1981
PGA of America
Breakers West
68 (-3)
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (March 16; unofficial event for the previous year's four Major winners). Second-placed Tom Watson (The Open) finished 3 shots behind Trevino (Tournament Plyrs). Third with 72 was Jack Nicklaus (US Open and US PGA). Fourth with 75 was Seve Ballesteros (The Masters). [Breakers West GC, The Breakers, Palm Beach, FL; now called the Ocean course].
1980
PGA of America
Hazeltine Natl.
71 (-1)
Played as the PGA Grand Slam of Golf (July 1; unofficial event for the previous year's winners of the three US-based Majors and the Tournament Plyrs). Second-placed Hale Irwin (US Open) finished 2 shots behind Wadkins (Tournament Plyrs). Tied third on 74 were David Graham (US PGA) and Fuzzy Zoeller (The Masters). [Hazeltine National GC, Chaska, Minn.].
1979
PGA of America
North, Andy
Oak Hill CC, NY
73 (+3)
Played as the inaugural PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Aug 7; unofficial event for the previous year's winners of the three US-based Majors and the Tournament Plyrs). Tied after 18 holes, Gary Player (The Masters) and Andy North (US Open) shared the $12,000 first prize. Tied in third place on 77 were Jack Nicklaus (Tournament Plyrs) and John Mahaffey (US PGA). [East Course, Oak Hill CC, Pittsford, Rochester, NY].
1979
PGA of America
Oak Hill CC, NY
73 (+3)
Played as the inaugural PGA Grand Slam of Golf (Aug 7; unofficial event for the previous year's winners of the three US-based Majors and the Tournament Plyrs). Tied after 18 holes, Gary Player (The Masters) and Andy North (US Open) shared the $12,000 first prize. Tied in third place on 77 were Jack Nicklaus (Tournament Plyrs) and John Mahaffey (US PGA). [East Course, Oak Hill CC, Pittsford, Rochester, NY].
 

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