How many Majors has Cary Middlecoff won?

Cary Middlecoff has won three major championships, the 1949 US Open, the 1955 Masters Tournament and the 1956 US Open.

More about Cary Middlecoff's major championship wins

Cary Middlecoff (January 6, 1921 – September 1, 1998) was born in Halls, Tennessee.

Cary played golf at the University of Mississippi.

He turned pro in 1947.

Cary Middlecoff has won a total of 39 PGA Tour events.

He played on the 1953, 1955, and 1959 Ryder Cup teams.

He was a well regarded golf television commentator.

Cary Middlecoff was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1986.

1949 US Open

The 1949 US Open was played at Medinah Country Club in Medinah, Illinois, a suburb northwest of Chicago.

Cary Middlecoff won the 1949 US Open one stroke ahead of runners-up Clayton Heafner and Sam Snead.

His total score was 286 (+2).

The winner’s share was $2,000.

1955 Masters Tournament

Cary Middlecoff won the 1955 Masters Tournament seven strokes ahead of runner-up Ben Hogan.

His total score was 279 (-9).

The winner’s share was $5,000.

1956 US Open

The 1956 US Open was played at the East Course of Oak Hill Country Club near Rochester, New York.

Cary Middlecoff won the 1956 US Open one stroke ahead of runners-up Julius Boros and Ben Hogan.

His total score was 281 (+1).

The winner’s share was $6,000.