Top 20 Golfer celebrities in Australia
Here is the latest list of Australia's top 20 Golfer celebrities [Updated November 25, 2020].
Greg Norman was born on February 10, 1955 in Mount Isla, Australia.
Greg Norman finished second place at the U.S. Open in both 1984 and 1995.
Net Worth 2020: $400 Million
Adam Scott was born on July 16, 1980 in Adelaide, Australia.
Professional golfer who, in 2013, became the first Australian ever to win the Masters Tournament. Adam Scott won the ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf with Australian teammate Jason Day the same year.
Adam Scott was ranked as the top men's golfer in the world from May to August 2014.
Net Worth 2020: $50 Million
Jason Day was born on November 12, 1987 in Beaudesert, Australia.
Jason Day won the Mark H. McCormack Award in 2016 for spending the most weeks that year atop the World Golf Ranking.
Net Worth 2020: $40 Million
Geoff Ogilvy was born on June 11, 1977 in Australia.
Geoff Ogilvy won his first PGA event at the Chrysler Classic of Tucson in February, 2005.
Net Worth 2020: $25 Million
Karrie Webb was born on December 21, 1974 in Australia.
Karrie Webb was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame at age thirty, making her the youngest golfer ever inducted.
Net Worth 2020: $15 Million
Marc Leishman was born on October 24, 1983 in Australia.
In 2009, Marc Leishman became the first Australian to win the Rookie of the Year award on the PGA Tour.
Net Worth 2020: $12 Million
Robert Allenby was born on July 12, 1971 in Australia.
Robert Allenby became the first golfer to win the Australian Masters, Australian PGA and Australian Open.
Net Worth 2020: $10 Million
Steve Elkington was born on December 8, 1962 in Australia.
Steve Elkington won the 1995 Vardon Trophy for the lowest-scoring average in the PGA.
Net Worth 2020: $10 Million
Ian Baker-Finch was born on October 24, 1960 in Australia.
Ian Baker-Finch finished tied for sixth at the 1992 Masters Tournament.
Net Worth 2020: $5 Million
Chris Campbell was born on November 20, 1975 in Australia.
Chris Campbell qualified for his first major in 2005 at the Open Championship.
Jim Ferrier was born on February 24, 1915 in Australia.
In addition to the PGA Championship, Jim Ferrier also came in second in two other majors: the Masters Tour in 1950 and the British Amateur back in 1936.
Bruce Crampton was born on September 28, 1935 in Australia.
After tearing it up on the PGA Tour, Bruce Crampton moved over to the senior circuit, where he continued his ornery behavior.
Stuart Appleby was born on May 1, 1971 in Australia.
Stuart Appleby won the 2010 PGA Tour Comeback Player of the Year Award.
Annabel Rolley was born on December 28, 1988 in Australia.
Joe Kirkwood Sr. was born on April 3, 1897 in Australia.
Joe Kirkwood Sr. won the 1920 Australian Open and shattered the previous record score at the New Zealand Open.
Jan Stephenson was born on December 22, 1951 in Sydney, Australia.
In 2003 she played pregnant in the LPGA, the first woman ever to do so.
Jack Newton was born on January 30, 1950 in Australia.
Jack Newton's golf career ended at its height in 1983 due to injuries he sustained from accidentally walking into a Cessna airplane's propeller.
Greg Chalmers was born on October 11, 1973 in Sydney, Australia.
Greg Chalmers had a great run at the 2000 PGA Championship where he finished tied for forth.
Bruce Devlin was born on October 10, 1937 in Australia.
On the 1975 San Diego Open, Bruce Devlin scored an incredible 10 on the 72nd hole, after splashing many of the previous shots into the water before the green.
Scott Gardiner was born on March 20, 1976 in Australia.
Scott Gardiner won the 2005 Queensland PGA Championship.