I’ve not tried it but with so few achieving it in the history of majors (and each of those being immense names in the games history) I’ll guess it’s not as easy as all that. So the odds of someone from the current crop of really really good players achieving it is pretty remote
If any of them get there I think it will be DJ IF he keeps playing thenway he's been playing the last 3 months.
I think he's got the game and, now, the experience to win absolutely anywhere.
Spieth and Phil are shot, Rory needs to get his head straight, Brooks, yeah maybe but not before DJ
Rahm hasn't got the mindset..yet.
JT ...got a lot to do.
I voted DJ. The PGA is just a matter of time for him, if he plays on song at one of those he wins it. The Open more challenging, but he has 5x Top 15 finishes, so can clearly play on the Links and has a good couple of opportunities coming up in the next 2 years.
Kopeka would be my next shout, clearly capable of upping his game and competing in any tournament. Rory has demons to still overcome, but I think (or hope!) it will eventually happen.
JT is too wild with driver under pressure for major courses. He will win more PGAs for sure.
In theory Rory should - but the fact is, the argument that held sway a year ago around if everyone turns up on their best day, Rory wins is starting to look frayed and, whilst I reckon he'll win a couple more its likely they'll be Opens. DJ was great this week, but there is a reason he has only won two to date. I could go on the wind up and say Bryson....but no, I don't see it.
Genuinely, I reckon if anyone is going to do it, it might actually be Morikawa.
I think it will be out of Rory and DJ. Rory should do it, but 6 years is a long time... DJ had a question mark over his ability to finish off majors, but 2 wins now answers that I think.
Spieth is the crazy one. After his Open win, the question for him wasn't if he would complete the grand slam, more when... But unless something absolutely drastically changes for him, I can't see him getting another major.
Five years ago I would have said Martin Kaymer... but sadly that's not going to happen now.
Mickelson isn't going to win another major, least of all the US Open. Spieth's game has gone AWOL, it's a long road back for him.
Rory only needs one more, so it's got to be him surely. Augusta is suited to his game, and he's played really well there, including last week. Of course there is mental scar tissue there, but he has been able to bounce back before. At some point in the next ten years the stars will align for him: he'll turn up on form, the course will be wet, he'll score well in round 1, get some good breaks, have a hot putter all week.
DJ should go on to win a PGA. He has the game to win an Open, he could well be favourite at RSG next year after he performance in 2011.
Koepka will probably win more US Opens and PGA Championships. I can see him winning a Masters but the only way I can see him winning an Open is at a calm St Andrews.
I don’t think any of them will but definitely I’d favour DJ over the rest. He’s clearly got the distance to get the PGA and at St Andrews in 2022, if there’s not much wind then he stands a great chance and maybe won’t have a better chance on a links
I think it's most likely that none of them will, but I've voted Rory because even though I'm critical of him a lot, he is the one who SHOULD do it first if any of them do - and voting 'none' would have been boring.
For some reason I don't see DJ or Brooks winning the Open. Mickelson is definitely past it, no chance of him winning the US now. Spieth's game is down the toilet for whatever reason, so he needs to get it back before he can be considered. Rory is obviously capable of playing well at Augusta, he just has to do it for four days instead of three.
I think (hope) Rory, inasmuch that after his first round disaster, he did well in the last round, and that would have shown him that he could play well there, well enough to win.
It is also the place where the comp,is always played, so every time he goes round, he should learn something