How many Majors has Ralph Guldahl won?

Ralph Guldahl has won three major championships, the 1937 and 1938 US Open and the 1939 Masters Tournament.

More about Ralph Guldahl's major championship wins

Ralph Guldahl (November 22, 1911 – June 11, 1987) was born in Dallas, Texas.

Ralph graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in 1930.

He turned pro in 1931.

Ralph Guldahl has won a total of 16 PGA Tour events.

Guldahl was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1981.

1937 US Open

The 1937 US Open was played at Oakland Hills Country Club in Birmingham, Michigan, a suburb northwest of Detroit.

Ralph Guldahl won the 1937 US Open two strokes ahead of runner-up Sam Snead.

His total score was 281 (-7).

The winner’s share was $1,000.

1938 US Open

The 1938 US Open was played at Cherry Hills Country Club in Englewood, Colorado, a suburb south of Denver.

Ralph Guldahl won the 1938 US Open six strokes ahead of runner-up Dick Metz.

His total score was 284 (E).

The winner’s share was $1,000.

1939 Masters Tournament

Ralph Guldahl won the 1939 Masters Tournament one stroke better than runner-up Sam Snead.

His total score was 279 (-9).

The winner’s share was $1,500.