The grey-haired major winners

You are never too old to hit the greens and play a round of golf. In the history of men’s major championships, no golfer older than 48 (and just one golfer older than 46) has won.

Have a look at the list of oldest men to have won a major:

1.Ben Hogan:

The legend won the 1953 Open and the 1953 US Open at the age of 40.

2.Vijay Singh.

Vijay Singh holding his Wanamaker trophy.

Vijay Singh holding his Wanamaker trophy.

Vijay Singh won the 2004 US PGA Championship, Whistling Straits at the age of 41.

3.Darren Clarke.

Dareen Clarke won 2011 Open, Royal St George’s at the age of 42.

4.Ernie Els.

Ernie Els holds the Claret jug.

Ernie Els won 2012 Open, Royal Lytham at the age of 42.

5.Phil Mickelson.

Phil Mickelson with his Claret Jug.

Phil Mickelson with his Claret Jug.

Phil Mickelson won 2013 Open, Muirfield at the age of 43.

6.Hale Irwin.

Hale Irwin won1990 US Open, Medinah at the age of 45.

7.Jack Nicklaus.

Jack Nicklaus won1986 Masters, Augusta National at the age of 46.

The Oldest Major Champion Is …

8.Julius Boros.

Julius Boros won 1968 US PGA Championship, Pecan Valley at the age of 48.

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