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Which is the greatest achievement in a major?
Francis Ouimet, a 20 year-old former caddy, beating Ted Ray and Harry Vardon in the 1913 US Open at Brookline?
Tom Watson, tying for first place in the British Open at Turnberry in 2009 a few weeks short of age 60 -- 12 years older than any other winner of a major.
Ben Hogan, winning the 1950 U.S. Open at Merion after nearly dying in a car crash in 1949?
Babe Didrickson Zaharias, winning the Women's US Open in 1954, a year after cancer surgery and while wearing a colostemy bag, by 12 shots?
Lee Trevino, winning the 1968 Open at Oak Hills at age 29, after being born into a family in which he never knew his father and both his father and grandfather were gravediggers?
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