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Okay, so it turned out there is not only 5 prolific golfers who have not won a major yet. Thus, it prompts for a part 2 of the players who are doing great except winning a major article which was posted in here two weeks ago. Without further ado, below are five more well-performing players who have won multiple recognized golf events except the major.

Ian James Poulter

Being a member of both the European Tour and U.S.-based PGA Tour proves a lot about this English professional golfer. In fact, his ability to read and pass each tricky hole has previously got him in the 5th spot in the world rankings. He won World Golf Championship twice. Regardless, he only managed to capture eight major top 10s so far.

Paul Alexander Casey

Here is another member of the U.S.-based PGA Tour who has been prolific since his outing – owns 13 European tour titles. He’s also a Pac-10 champion three-times. This English golfer’s ability led him to achieve a third spot in the 2009 Official World Golf Ranking. But of all his major tries, he only posted nine top 10s.

K.J. Choi

Everyone knows him in that name order, but on paper, he is Choi Kyung-Ju – a South Korean professional golfer who is now unleashing his golfing ability for the world to see on the PGA Tour. He’s been impressive since playing the pro level, earning twenty professional golf tournaments worldwide, eight of those are PGA Tour victories. He is Asia’s most successful golfer with only six top 10s in majors under his built.

Brandt Snedeker

Also known as Sneds, he is an American professional golfer who got into the top ten of the Official World Golf Ranking after his season-ending Tour Championship victory in 2012. In 2013, he moved to the number four spot in the world after taking home the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, the highest spot he attained in his career. He only afforded eight top 10s in the past 10 years he has been playing making him an item in this list.

Luke Donald

Luke is an English professional golf player who, after winning the BMW PGA Championship, became the number one golfer in the Official World Golf Ranking. His golf skill is one to observe for winning tournaments in the same year. He is also good enough to be named the PGA Player of the Year and the European Tour Golfer of the Year. Luke is yet another classic example of a prolific golf player who has earned so many awards but a major.

Not winning a major does not mean the end of the world as a golfer. These players proved that to be true. Looking forward, however, it would be nice to see them winning one for themselves. Until then, the list we have here will serve as a reminder.

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