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What three women have won three Grand Slam events in the same year?

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Mickey Wright won three majors in 1961

Babe Zaharias won three majors in 1950

Betsy Rawls won three majors in 1959

This year 2013, Inbee Park gets a Grandslam for winning 3 consecutive game . She has claimed the Kraft Nabisco Championship, the LPGA Championship and the U.S. Women's Open. Karie Webb won five different tournaments recognized as majors. And also Annika Sörenstam.

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