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Australian Major Winners

A 'major' is one of the four most prestigious professional golf events played annually.

Men

Current annual majors:

The Masters
US Open
The Open Championship
PGA Championship

Eleven Australian male golfers have won a major, they are:

5 - Peter Thomson - 1954, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1965 The Open Championship
2 - Greg Norman - 1986, 1993 The Open Championship
2 - David Graham - 1979 PGA Championship, 1981 US Open Championship
1 - Jim Ferrier - 1947 PGA Championship
1 - Kel Nagle - 1960 The Open Championship
1 - Wayne Grady - 1990 PGA Championship
1 - Ian Baker-Finch - 1991 The Open Championship
1 - Steve Elkington - 1995 PGA Championship
1 - Geoff Ogilvy - 2006 US Open
1 - Adam Scott - 2013 The Masters
1 - Jason Day - 2015 PGA Championship

Women

Current annual majors:

ANA Inspiration 
LPGA Championship
U.S. Women's Open
Women's British Open
Evian Championship

Only two Australian female golfers have won a major. Karrie Webb is 7th on the all-time list of most major victories.

Australian winners of a major:

7 - Karrie Webb - 2000, 2006 Kraft Nabisco C'ship, 2001 LPGA Championship 2000, 2001 U.S. Women's Open, 1999 du Maurier Classic (previous major), 2002 Women's British Open
3 - Jan Stephenson - 1982 LPGA Championship, 1983 U.S. Women's Open, 1981 du Maurier Classic (previous major)

13 December 2017
Stephanie Bunque from Victoria GC and Metropolitan’s David Micheluzzi have won the 2017 Women’s and Men’s Victorian Amateur Championships. Read more
13 December 2017
Queensland’s Karis Davidson has announced she will turn professional following an exceptional performance at the Japan LPGA qualifying school. Read more
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12 December 2017
REDLAND BAY: Veteran Par A: P Monks +5 G Christensen +3. B: E Smith +3 L Apolloni +1. C: N Zelow +7 R Callaghan +5. NTP: P Lane (4th). J Hatfield ... more
12 December 2017
FAIRWAY: at Box Hill: Men: Stableford: A: A Erskine (4) 35. B: D Stevens (14) 38. C: G Wheeler (28) 38. Visitor: M Cowell (The National 17) 38. Medal ... more
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