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- n. Plural form of major.
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- n.pl. The teams in the major leagues.
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- n. the most important league in any sport (especially baseball)
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But his record in majors is a bothersome blot on his resume.
He continued his streak of 125 consecutive cuts made, but his 0-8 streak in majors is the one everyone is talking about.
Mickelson, whose history in majors is littered with bad swings at inopportune moments, got his bad shots out of the way early before shooting a 32 on the back nine to get in contention.
Norman, who has also finished 10th twice in majors, is back on a golf course almost before anyone expected it, except perhaps himself.
Jewellery was down about $115,000 and what majors, what we call majors, which is electronics, was up $138,000 -- very prominent in our locations.
He knows he is measured by results in majors, which is why the losses this year to Safin in Melbourne and Nadal in Paris weigh on him.
Woods has made a remarkable 110 straight cuts, but his soon-to-be 0-for-6 in the majors is the streak that commands his attention and time.
Open; his best effort in the majors is a fourth-round finish achieved twice last season at the French Open and Wimbledon.
His career average in the majors is a decent .266, but if he's going to bat leadoff for a contending team he's going to have to do a better job of getting on base.
PROS PLAY IN: One feature that sets the PGA Championship apart from the other majors is the presence of 25 club professionals who qualify based on their finish in the PGA Club Professional Championship.