Monday, November 30, 2015

Tiger at the Majors

Tiger Wood's performances in major tournaments.

Tiger at the Majors

Tiger Woods is in the area this week and aiming to notch his belt with a 15th major championship. (Jay LaPrete/AP)
Tiger Woods is in the area this week and aiming to notch his belt with a 15th major championship. (Jay LaPrete/AP)

As you may have heard, Tiger Woods is in the area this week and aiming to notch his belt with a 15th major championship at the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore.

Here is how he has fared in the 67 majors in which he has played to date (wins in red; top 10s in green):

      Masters     U.S. Open     British Open    PGA Champ. 
 Entered  19  17  16  15
 Made Cut    18  15  15  14
 Top 10s  13  8  8  8
 Wins  4  3  3  4
 1995      t-41st  WD  t-68th  DNP
 1996  MC  t-82nd  t-22nd  DNP
 1997  1st  t-19th  t-24th  t-29th
 1998  t-8th  t-18th  3rd  t-10th
 1999  t-18th  t-3rd  t-7th  1st
 2000  5th  1st  1st  1st (P)
 2001  1st  t-12th  t-25th  t-29th
 2002  1st  1st  t-28th  2nd
 2003  t-15th  t-20th  t-4th  t-39th
 2004  t-22nd  t-17th  t-9th  t-24th
 2005  1st (P)  2nd  1st  t-4th
 2006  t-3rd  MC  1st  1st
 2007  t-2nd  t-2nd  t-12th  1st
 2008  2nd  1st (P)  DNP  DNP
 2009  t-6th  t-6th  MC  2nd
 2010  t-4th  t-4th  t-23rd  t-28th
 2011  t-4th  DNP  DNP  MC
 2012  t-40th  t-21st  t-3rd  t-11th
 2013  t-4th  —    

(DNP: Did Not Play ... MC: Missed Cut ... P: Playoff)

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