There's something thrilling about winning a major.
When a top professional golfer puts it all together and peaks at the U.S. Open, the Masters, the British Open or PGA, it means he has achieved a certain level of greatness.
At least that's how the narrative goes. You can't win a major championship unless you're a great player, right?
That's not necessarily true. The greats of the game crave major championships and usually can assert themselves over the middle-of-the-packers, but upsets do happen with some regularity.
Every once in a while, a struggling player can rise from the bottom of the rankings and win a major.
Here's a look at the six worst players to win a major title.