That would be the career Grand Slam, just in case you were thinking Stacy Lewis won the Nabisco earlier this year (she did). But at 22, Yani Tseng has a shot at the career slam in a few weeks at The Broadmoor and the U.S. Women's Open. From an unbylined AP report where she's sounding pretty confident:
There is one mark Tseng claimed as her own, by bettering Se Ri Pak, who was 24 when she won her fourth major. By comparison, Tiger Woods did not win his fourth until he was 24. And Tseng’s well ahead of her idol, Annika Sorenstam, who was 24 when she won the first of her 10 majors — the 1995 United States Women’s Open.
“It’s very special,” Tseng said. “Now I’m thinking about a grand slam.”
Tseng, who won her second L.P.G.A. Championship and has won three of the tour’s last six majors, is taking things one step at a time. The only major title she is missing is the United States Women’s Open. She’ll have an opportunity to complete her career slam in two weeks at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs.