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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 241
WILLIE ANDERSON remains the only man to have won three successive US Opens, defeating fellow Scotsman Alex Smith in 1905 for his fourth title and $200. Anderson developed epilepsy and died in 1910 aged 31, but was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1975. STREAK: 3 WILLIE ANDERSON JACK BURKE JR was the second man to win four straight tournaments on the PGA Tour when he claimed the St Petersburg Open in 1952. Burke, who shares a locker at Augusta National with Tiger Woods, has coached some of the modern day greats, such as Phil Mickelson, in putting. STREAK: 4 JACK BURKE JR
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