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by Mike Purkey

Major season is officially over and in the nine majors in the men’s and women’s game we had nine different winners who won in nine different ways.

Danny Willett suddenly found The Masters in his lap late on Sunday when Jordan Spieth couldn’t keep his ball out of Rae’s Creek. Dustin Johnson overcame the certain uncertainty of a penalty late in the final round to win his first major – finally. Henrik Stenson played one of the two best final rounds in one of the two best head-to-head matches in major history to win the Open Championship and left Phil Mickelson flummoxed. Jimmy Walker was clearly the best player at the PGA Championship, rounding out four first-time major winners in men’s golf.

Lydia Ko won the ANA Inspiration, giving her two majors at age 18, which is something we still can’t believe. Brooke Henderson won her first major at the KPMG Women’s PGA at age 18, also something we still can’t believe.

Brittany Lang won the U.S. Women’s Open when Anna Nordqvist got caught by a super slo-mo television camera moving two grains of sand or so in the playoff. Ariya Jutanugarn won her first major at the Ricoh Women’s British Open, which might make her Player of the Year. And In Gee Chun won the Evian Championship on Sunday with a swing that Brandel Chamblee calls the best in all of golf.

There is still golf to be played and the biggest event in the game is a little more than a week away when the Ryder Cup commences. There won’t be a first-time winner, although the Americans might feel that way if they somehow prevail.

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