25. Bernhard Langer
Turned Professional: 1972
Despite only winning three times on the PGA Tour, Langer sits second all-time for wins on the European Tour with 42. Langer has two major championship wins with two Masters in 1985 and 1993. The German rose to fame in the United States due to his fantastic record in the Ryder Cup, where he competed ten times and is second all-time in points for Europe with 24.
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24. Greg Norman
Turned Professional: 1976
The Shark will unfortunately be remembered more for his near misses rather than his accomplishments on the course. Despite winning two Open championships and 20 other PGA tour events, Norman finished runner up in majors eight times, most famously his collapse at the 1996 Masters. Norman was ranked World Number One for 331 weeks – a record that stood until Tiger Woods surpassed it.
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