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The Grand Slam in professional golf means winning all of golf’s major championships: The Masters Tournament, U.S. Open Championship, The Open Championship and U.S. PGA Championship. Nobody managed to win classic Grand Slam. Look out for our extra places on all the Majors along with our standard 6 places in all European and PGA tournaments.
43rd Ryder Cup
|43rd Ryder Cup - Final Scores|
|USA - 19 points||Europe - 9 points|
Nerve-less Collin Morikawa shot a scintillating bogey-free final round to clinch the Claret Jug on his Open Championship debut as returning fans soaked up the victory at a sun-drenched Royal St George's.
The American wrestled hold of the lead with three birdies to finish the front nine and held off the charging Jordan Spieth to win by two strokes on the Kent coast. The 24-year-old, who won his first major on his US PGA Championship debut last year, becomes the first Open debutant to win since Ben Curtis did so at this course in 2003. "I am obviously very biased being from the U.S, but I'm seeing some of the best crowds I have ever seen out here, Morikawa said in his victory speech on No 18. Those are moments, the few seconds that you embrace so much, he added."you look around, every seat is packed, everywhere is packed with people. This is one of the best moments of my life,"he said. "Look at all these fans. To see some of the best crowds I have ever seen, I'm looking forward to making my trip every year."
|The Open Championship - Final Leaderboard|
The Masters 2021
The 85th Masters Tournament began with the spotlight on one trailblazer and ended with all the attention on another.
Four days after Lee Elder, who in 1975 became the first Black golfer to play in the Masters, served as an Honorary Starter with Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player, Hideki Matsuyama of Japan became the first player from his country to win the Masters—and a men’s major championship. “Hopefully, I will be a pioneer and many more will follow,” Matsuyama said through his longtime confidante and interpreter Bob Turner. “It’s thrilling to think there are a lot of youngsters in Japan watching today. Hopefully in five, 10 years, when they get a little older, some of them will be competing on the world stage.”
Matsuyama’s Sunday journey around the Augusta National course was eventful, the four-stroke lead he carried into the final round shrinking and growing and shrinking again before he was able to close out a historic victory. He came to the 72nd hole on a warm and sunny afternoon with a two-shot advantage over Will Zalatoris, a cushion that allowed the 29-year-old to make a bogey to shoot 73 and finish at 10-under 278, one ahead of the Masters first-timer and three in front of Jordan Spieth and Xander Schauffele.
|The Masters - Final Leaderboard|
The PGA Championships
Phil Mickelson has delivered so many thrills and spills over 30 years of pure theater that no one ever knows what he will do next.His latest act was a real stunner: A major champion at age 50. Mickelson captured his sixth major and by far the most surprising Sunday at the PGA Championship. He made two early birdies with that magical wedge game and let a cast of contenders fall too far behind to catch him in the shifting wind of Kiawah Island. He closed with a 1-over 73, building a five-shot lead on the back nine and not making any critical mistakes that kept him from his place in history.Pure chaos broke out along the 18th hole after Mickelson hit 9-iron safely to just outside 15 feet that all but secured a most improbable victory. Thousands of fans engulfed him down the fairway — a scene typically seen only at the Open Championship — until Mickelson emerged into view with a thumbs-up. Chants of “Lefty! Lefty! Lefty!” chased him onto the green and into the scoring tent, his final duty of a week he won't soon forget.The PGA Championship had the largest and loudest crowd since the return from the COVID-19 pandemic -- the PGA of America said it limited tickets to 10,000 -- and it was clear what they wanted to see.
|The PGA Championships- Final Leaderboard|
US Open 2021
Rahm made a bending 25-foot birdie putt on the 17th hole to catch Louis Oosthuizen. He buried another curling, left-to-right birdie putt from 18 feet on the final hole for a 4-under 67 and a one-shot victory. The 26-year-old Rahm became the first Spaniard to win the U.S. Open, finally getting the major prize to go along with his enormous talent. On a back nine filled with double bogeys by so many contenders and a shocking meltdown by defending champion Bryson DeChambeau, Oosthuizen was the last to fall. Trailing by one shot, Oosthuizen drove into the canyon left of the 17th fairway for a bogey that left him two shots behind, and then he missed the fairway on the par-5 18th that kept him from going for the green for a look at eagle to force a playoff.Only two weeks ago, Rahm was on the cusp of another big win. He had a six-shot lead at the Memorial after 54 holes, only to be notified as he walked off the 18th green at Muirfield Village that he had a positive COVID-19 test and had to withdraw. Rahm becomes the second player this year to capture his first major, joining with Hideki Matsuyama at the Masters.
|The US Open 2021- Final Leaderboard|