PGA Tour of Australasia Money Leaders

Australia has been a proving ground for many of the top players in men's golf over the decades. In the list below of PGA Tour of Australasia money leaders, you'll find the likes of Greg Norman (pictured), Robert Allenby, Craig Parry and Aaron Baddeley.

The PGA Tour of Australasia, sometimes called the Australasian Tour, is one of the men's tours that awards world rankings points.

Annual Money Leaders on the PGA Tour of Australasia

The tour uses tournament winnings for its Order of Merit ranking, so these yearly money leaders are also accurately said to have won the Order of Merit, too.

2017 — Brett Rumford, $313,094
2016 — Matthew Griffin, $239,445
2015 — Nathan Holman, $346,701
2014 — Greg Chalmers, $254,525
2013 — Adam Scott, $538,620
2012 — Peter Senior, $268,291
2011 — Greg Chalmers, $554,285
2010 — Geoff Ogilvy, $459,900
2009 — Michael Sim
2008 — Mark Brown
2007 — Craig Parry
2006 — Nick O'Hern
2005 — Adam Scott
2004 — Richard Green
2003 — Peter Lonard
2002 — Craig Parry
2000-01 — Aaron Baddeley
1999-00 — Michael Campbell
1998-99 — Jarrod Moseley
1997-98 — Andrew Coltart
1996-97 — Peter Lonard
1995 — Craig Parry
1994 — Robert Allenby
1993 — Peter Senior
1992 — Robert Allenby
1991 — Rodger Davis
1990 — Rodger Davis
1989 — Peter Senior
1988 — Greg Norman
1987 — Peter Senior
1986 — Greg Norman
1985 — Ossie Moore
1984 — Greg Norman
1983 — Greg Norman
1982 — Bob Shearer
1981 — Bob Shearer
1980 — Greg Norman
1979 — Jack Newton
1978 — Greg Norman
1977 — Bob Shearer
1976 — Mark Lye
1975 — Bill Dunk
1974 — Bob Shearer
1973 — Stewart Ginn

(Where dollar amounts are listed, the figures are in Australian dollars.)

"Greg Norman 1986 Photo By Ted Van Pelt" by Ted Van Pelt is licensed under CC BY 2.0 . The image has been cropped from the original.

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