Jason Day is an Australian golfer who won the 2015 PGA Championship. A former world number one, Day was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 2015. In the same year, Jason Day was also honored with the Greg Norman Medal. In 2016, he received the Mark H. McCormack Award.
Greg Norman is an Australian retired professional golfer and entrepreneur. One of the greatest Australian golfers ever, Norman was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2001. In 2009, he was named in Queensland's Q150 Icons list as a sports legend. Also a philanthropist, Norman established the Greg Norman Golf Foundation, which provides guidance to students.
Peter Thomson was an Australian golfer best remembered for winning the Open Championship on five occasions between 1954 and 1965. He won three consecutive Championship titles in 1954, 1955, and 1956, becoming the only modern era golfer to win a major on three successive occasions. In 1988, Peter Thomson was made an inductee of the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Karrie Webb is an Australian golfer. With over 40 wins under her belt, Webb is the most successful active player on the LPGA Tour. In 2005, Karrie Webb was made an inductee of the World Golf Hall of Fame. In 2016, she received the prestigious William and Mousie Powell Award.
Stuart Appleby is an Australian golfer who has won nine PGA Tour titles. He was part of the International Team that won the Presidents Cup in 1998. He has also represented Australia at the World Cup. Stuart Appleby's best major championship performance came in 2002 at The Open Championship, where he lost to Ernie Els in a four-way playoff.
Matt Jones is an Australian golfer who has won twice on the PGA Tour so far; he won the Shell Houston Open in 2014 and the Honda Classic in 2021. Matt Jones has also won the Emirates Australian Open on two occasions so far.
Jim Ferrier was an Australian golfer best remembered for winning the PGA Championship in 1947. He was the first Australian to win a professional golf major title. In 1985, Jim Ferrier was made an inductee of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.
Peter Senior is an Australian former professional golfer who won over 20 tournaments around the world during his career. He also represented his country in international competitions on several occasions. Peter Senior announced his retirement in 2016.