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Above Average
August 04, 1997
Masters champion Tiger Woods has the lowest stroke average in the first three majors of the season, but Ernie Els (right), winner of the U.S. Open, has a better average finish (a figure determined by adding a player's finishes at Augusta, Congressional and Royal Troon and dividing by three) and has won more money. Here's a look at the top 10 performers in the majors to date, ranked by average finish.
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August 04, 1997

Above Average

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Masters champion Tiger Woods has the lowest stroke average in the first three majors of the season, but Ernie Els (right), winner of the U.S. Open, has a better average finish (a figure determined by adding a player's finishes at Augusta, Congressional and Royal Troon and dividing by three) and has won more money. Here's a look at the top 10 performers in the majors to date, ranked by average finish.

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