9. Gene Sarazen
A career grand slam winner, Gene enjoyed the best years of his career in the 1920s and 1930s. He was just 20 in 1922 when he won both the PGA Championship and U.S. Open. At age 71, Sarazen made a hole-in-one at The Open Championship in 1973, at the "Postage Stamp" at Troon in Scotland.
He's also known as the man who invented the modern sand wedge, a staple in the golf bags of all serious golfers even today.
Majors won: 7 (1935 Masters; 1922 & 1932 U.S. Open; 1932 Open Championship; 1922, 1923 & 1933 PGA Championship)
PGA Tour victories: 39 (tied for 11th all-time).
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