Ah sorry about the spelling mistake there mr nazi spelling police.
Being judged on majors should not be the be all and end all. Colin Montgomerie proved his abilities and qualities beyond any reasonable doubt during his career, in many various aspects of the game. He was in the cauldron at majors coming down the stretch but through no real fault of his own didn’t manage to win. The guy was a fantastic golfer and i can’t ever see anyone ever winning 7 order of merits in consecutive years. That alone is a much greater achievement than managing to fire on all cylinders for 4-5 days to win a major, never mind everything else he achieved.
There are quite a large number of major winners, Ben Curtis, Todd Hamilton et al that have proved that being a top player is not a pre requisite to winning a major.