It's a club that - if you belong - means you are an accomplished golfer, ranked among the best in the world, highly successful in terms of victories and money.
And it's a group no one wants to be in and each member is very anxious to break away from.
It is the dreaded, best players to never win a major fraternity.
With the last major of the 2018 season wrapping up Sunday at the 100th PGA Championship at Bellerive, there is yet another opportunity for the albatross to be lifted.
This year's first three majors provided two players with the opportunity to shed the unwanted label of BPTNWAM - Patrick Reed at the Masters and Francesco Molinari at the British Open Championship.
And speaking of British, the "best player never" title seems to have an affinity for Englishmen.
Lee Westwood is among the most famous club members. A skilled player who has 25 wins worldwide, he was once ranked No. 1 in the world and actually has an impressive record in the majors, but he has never brought home the gold.
Westwood has been agonizingly close - 11 top 5s in the four big ones, including three times finishing second. But it always seems like a balky putter at a crucial time has done in the veteran who at 44 may be past his prime for winning that elusive first one.
Ian Poulter, Luke Donald and Paul Casey are also prominent Englishmen in the club.
All have played in more than 50 majors without a win. Donald is also a former No. 1 in the world who has earned more than $35 million in a consistent career, and Casey has 14 wins, 13 in Europe.
Among Americans, the supremely-talented Ricky Fowler is probably the No. 1 contender for BPTNWAM honors among the current crop of great young players.
When he finished in the top five in all four majors in 2014, we all thought it was just a matter of time. And while he does have a prestigious win at the so-called fifth major - the Players Championship - among his seven PGA Tour wins, he is still looking for that breakthrough signature victory.
Steve Stricker, along with Colin Montgomerie, are now PGA Champions Tour members who each wore the title for decades during their primes.
Stricker has the crown for most money earned - north of $42 million - without a major victory.
But he is about to be surpassed in that dubious title.
Matt Kuchar, who battled Jordan Spieth to the wire in the 2017 Open Championship before settling for second, has seven PGA Tour wins and more than $39 million in career earnings.
There is always hope. Sergio Garcia developed a ton of scar tissue over 72 failed attempts at his first major, even remarking publicly that he doubted he had the right stuff to win a Masters, U.S. Open, Open Championship or PGA.
Yet he prevailed last year at Augusta National, a very popular winner as fans felt relieved to take way his title.
So we will watch Sunday and wonder, can yet another player earn that first major and get kicked out of the esteemed club nobody wants to be in?
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