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Norman, Monty, Westwood. Rory is just starting, early days for him.
Trevino - Said the course requiring lot of right handed draws didn't suit his game.
I would say a player who won many majors but not the masters is higher ranking than a player who has never won ANY major. Considering Luke, lee, monty etc haven't won any major they don't come close.
Doh! First time I looked at this I thought the film was just another ad so didn't play it. Good to see I got the #1 though :-)
Norman - deffo - cruelly beaten by Faldo ( and himself )
Ernie Els, for me
video is very American centric to say the least - majority are/were consistent PGA Tour winners (more so than 'great' players) - may as well have added the likes of Jerry Pate , Lanny Wadkins & John Mahaffey on the list ... anyway , Greg Norman should have won one
Gotta be Greg. As a discussion point, John Daly - hugely long for his time, with a sublime short game. Augusta could have been made for him (if he had an ounce of sense)
I would agree with the people who compiled the video, Lee Trevino and Greg Norman but I would have added Els and Monty. Monty must go down as the best player never to have won any major.
While not "The Best" to have never won a major, I've always thought Adam Scott was good enough to bag one or two. I saw him in the Open at Birkdale, and on a very windy day, his ball striking was among the very best. Like Sergio, still plenty of years if he still has the desire.
Norman and Els by some distance. I would discount Trevino and Monty as there game's dont suit Augusta whereas Norman's and Els' do / did.