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1. Burke won two majors in 1956, the Masters and the PGA Championship.

2. Bethany also offers Dual Majors, which is a combination of two majors.

3. His two majors were consecutive U.S. Opens in 1988 and 1989.

4. Miller won 25 PGA Tour events, including two majors.

5. Palmer had won two majors that year and a fourth competitor was not added.

6. She finished second five times, including at two majors.

7. At the time, the Corps was authorized only one lieutenant colonel and two majors.

8. He was one of two majors serving under John Allen;

9. Engineering College" with two majors of Mechanical and Civil Engineering.

10. John J. Hoffman was one of the regiment's two majors.

11. Most students can choose Latin as one of the two majors.

12. While the school originally offered two majors;

13. Trevino won two majors, the U.S. Open and British Open, in a span of three weeks.

14. The school began with two majors and seventy nine students.

15. Trevino won six times on tour in 1971 with two majors and was PGA Player of the Year.

16. In 1953, the final two majors were in conflict on the schedule.

17. With his win here, Wood became the first to win the first two majors in a season;

18. He won two majors in 1941 at The Masters and U.S. Open.

19. He later won two majors, both at the Masters, in 1984 and 1995;

20. The first two majors are ABET-accredited.

21. Two Majors were still active in 1965.

22. It is now certain that the church had two majors periods of construction.

23. the other two majors).

24. two majors, the 1932 and 1954 PGA Championships;

25. It offers senior high school programs in two majors—science and commerce.

26. Hutsell has participated in two majors, the 2010 and 2011 PGA Championships.

27. In addition to these victories, Feldberg also won two majors.

28. Nadal won two Majors and five ATP Masters 1000 events.

29. She also studied two majors, Medical Laboratory Sciences and Pharmacy.

30. Currently, the two majors in the faculty are Economy and Law.