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SECOND CHANCES

Masters champion Trevor Immelman is the 14th first-time winner of a major since 2000. During that span only three players have won two or more: Tiger Woods (seven), Phil Mickelson (three) and Retief Goosen (two). Who will be the next multiple major winner? Here are the candidates and their odds of success.

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Player

Major Won

Odds

Skinny

David Duval

2001 British

150 to 1

He's made only 15 cuts in regular Tour events since '06

David Toms

2001 PGA

95 to 1

Short hitter with injury issues. Hasn't done much lately

Rich Beem

2002 PGA

100 to 1

Streaky putter could get hot at any time, but no signs he will

Mike Weir

2003 Masters

30 to 1

Augusta is now a wedge player's course—his specialty

Jim Furyk

2003 U.S.

15 to 1

Not long but straight, so he's always a threat at the U.S. Open/PGA

Ben Curtis

2003 British

70 to 1

Has quietly won two Tour events since triumph at St. George's

Shaun Micheel

2003 PGA

250 to 1

Hope he still has great memories of winning the first one

Todd Hamilton

2004 British

250 to 1

See Micheel, above

Michael Campbell

2005 U.S.

100 to 1

Plays great, then disappears for a while. He's due back

Geoff Ogilvy

2006 U.S.

7 to 1

The entire package. Look for him to get number 2 soon.

Zach Johnson

2007 Masters

20 to 1

Like Furyk, has the type of game that wins U.S. Opens

Ángel Cabrera

2007 U.S.

20 to 1

Strong and fearless, but streaky on the greens

Padraig Harrington

2007 British

18 to 1

Good all-around player and tireless worker

Trevor Immelman

2008 Masters

12 to 1

Beautiful ball striker is coming into his own. Hinges on putter