Golf is without any doubt an honorable game. It is not a game like others which involve lots of physical activity. It is actually a game which requires good concentration and strategic thinking. In case you are a golfer or someone who’s interested in this sport, here is a top 5 best golf players in history.
1. Tiger Woods
In April 1997, Tiger Woods started to play golf, and he couldn’t make a better choice, because he became the most amazing golf player of all times. You probably know that Tiger Woods is the only golf player who has won four consecutive majors, and he’s been the only golf player in the PGA Tour history, who got the title of the best golf player, for 10 times. His level of achievement is definitely an unprecedented one.
2. Jack Nicklaus
With a mental toughness and a strategical thinking, Jack Nicklaus has made the beautiful sport called golf, a greater game, and has become one of the best golf players in history. In his entire beautiful career, he has won 18 major championships awards, 2 PGA tour events in 17 consecutive seasons and the PGA tour money title for 8 times. Impressive, isn’t it?!
3. Sam Snead
Sam Snead has won the most golf tournaments than any other golf players. He has won, not more and not less than 81 PGA tour titles, 7 major championships, and a British Open tournament during his career. At the age of 61, he’s been classified as the oldest golf player to make a cut in a U.S. Open, in PGA Tour history. Sam Snead is the only golf player who has ever won an official LPGA Tour event. With an amazing career like that, he has been inducted in 2009, into the West Virginia Golf Hall of Fame.
4. Arnold Palmer
This amazing golf player, has managed to win 7 Major Championships: the Masters in 1958, 1960 and 1962, the U.S. Open in 1960, and the Open Championship in 1961 and 1962. He also won 4 times PGA Tour money champ and he is the first PGA Tour millionaire in golf history, so far.
5. Ben Hogan
Ben Hogan, certainly remains the best shotmaker that golf has ever had. He is a winner of 64 PGA Tour events and the only golf player in history who has won the Masters, the British Open tournament and the U.S. Open, in the same year.