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Top 10 moments in Australian golf history
1. Peter Thomson, 1965 Open Championship.
Peter Thomson wins his fifth Open Championship title.
2. Jim Ferrier, 1947 PGA Championship.
Jim Ferrier becomes the first Australian to win a major title, in the 1947 PGA Championship.
3. Peter Thomson, 1956 Open Championship
Peter Thomson becomes the first player to win three consecutive Open titles since Scotland’s Bob Ferguson (1880-81-82).
4. Adam Scott, 2013 Masters
Adam Scott becomes Australia's first Masters champion with a playoff victory in 2013.
5. Greg Norman, 1986 Open Championship
Greg Norman won his first of two major titles in the 1986 Open Championship at Turnberry.
6. Greg Norman, 1993 Open Championship
Greg Norman won his second claret jug in the 1993 Open Championship at Royal St. George's.
7. Peter Thomson, 1954 Open Championship
Peter Thomson earned his first of five Open titles at Royal Birkdale in 1954.
8. Kel Nagle, 1960 Open Championship
Kel Nagle ended Arnold Palmer's Grand Slam bid in the 1960 Open Championship at St. Andrews.
9. David Graham, 1981 U.S. Open
David Graham became the first Aussie to win the U.S. Open at Merion in 1981.
10. Greg Norman, 1995
Gerg Norman won three PGA Tour events and become the first Aussie to win PGA Tour and PGA Player of the Year honors.
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