Woods is the current holder of three major championships.
Tiger Woods became the fifth man -- and the youngest -- to complete a career Grand Slam with a runaway victory at the British Open. Woods was spectacular all week, shooting four rounds in the 60s, making just three bogeys and avoiding all 112 bunkers at the Old Course. Woods finished at 19-under for an eight-shot victory over Thomas Bjorn and Ernie Els, who was runnerup for the third consecutive major.
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Harig: A league of his own
Tiger Woods is playing a game none of his contemporaries can compete with. ESPN Golf Online writer Bob Harig explores what's next.
User feedback: Is Tiger the man?
ESPN Golf Online users ponder whether Tiger Woods is the best ever.
Woods' walk to history draws huge TV audience
Tiger Woods' victory at the British Open drew the highest preliminary TV ratings for the tournament since at least 1989.
Sunday notebook: Azinger catches fire
Paul Azinger played the first seven holes in 6-under on Sunday to propel him to a top-10 finish.
Hole of the day: No. 17
The tournament was already decided, but David Duval dropped from second the 11th with his Road Hole adventure.
British Open takes hard look at streakers, disruptions
The British Open plans to review crowd control measures following a tournament in which fans surged across the course and streakers disrupted play.
Els' runner-up finishes have him in Grand Slam field
Ernie Els will find himself in the Grand Slam of Golf field thanks to his major finishes.
Players to complete the Grand Slam
Tiger Woods became the fifth man to win all four major championships.
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