With the World Golf Championships more than a decade old, we know who rules them.
Tiger Woods has won 16 of the 38 that have been staged.
But who’s the best player of this generation who’s never won one?
Geoff Ogilvy’s won three of them. Ernie Els has won a pair of them. Phil Mickelson, Vijay Singh, Retief Goosen and David Duval have all won WGC trophies.
Colin Montgomerie may not only be the best player of this generation never to win a major, he may also be the best who’s never won a World Golf Championship. Montgomerie won’t be ending his drought this week at the Bridgestone Invitational. He isn’t in the field. But Sergio Garcia, Padraig Harrington, Jim Furyk and Kenny Perry are all scheduled to play and none of them has won a WGC title, either.
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