Grand Slam (aka “holy grail”) Golf Term

    Grand Slam (aka “holy grail”) Golf Term –  A term used to describe winning the for major PGA championships in the year. If a professional golfer wins the Masters, U.S. Open, British Open, and the PGA Championship, then he is considered to have won the Grand Slam of golf. No golfer has done this in the same year, but Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus both have 3 Career grand slams, where they hold 3 championship titles of each of the 4 majors.

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