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Am Slams
Edited by Kevin Cook
September 07, 1998
Among the bonuses Hank Kuehne will receive for winning the U.S. Amateur are invitations to next year's Masters and U.S. and British Opens. Yet only Tiger Woods, the Amateur champion from 1994 to '96, went on to a top 10 finish in a major, and Woods's victory in the '97 Masters came only after he turned pro. Here is how U.S. Amateur winners have performed in the majors in the past 10 years.
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September 07, 1998

Am Slams

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Among the bonuses Hank Kuehne will receive for winning the U.S. Amateur are invitations to next year's Masters and U.S. and British Opens. Yet only Tiger Woods, the Amateur champion from 1994 to '96, went on to a top 10 finish in a major, and Woods's victory in the '97 Masters came only after he turned pro. Here is how U.S. Amateur winners have performed in the majors in the past 10 years.

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