Australian Masters at Huntingdale


The Australian Masters at Huntingdale has become an iconic event on the Australian golf calender since it began in 1979.

Total prize money for the Masters is A$1.5 million, with the winner receiving A$270,000 and presented with the gold jacket which has become a notable tradition in Australian golf.

The Australian Masters at Huntingdale is played over 72 sandy holes, with a course length of 6,383m. The tournament is co-sanctioned by Australasian and European tours.

Greg Norman has won the event 6 times in 1981, '83, '84, '87, '89 and '90.

The list of internationals that have competed in the event include:

* Tiger Woods
* Jack Nicklaus
* Nick Faldo
* Bernhard Langer (winner 1985)
* Mark O'Meara (winner 1986)
* Colin Montgomerie (winner 2001)
* Sergio Garcia

Below is the full list of champions:

2007 - Aaron Baddeley
2006 - Justin Rose
2005 - Robert Allenby
2004 - Richard Green
2003 - Robert Allenby
2002 - Peter Lonard
2001 - Colin Montgomerie
2000 - Michael Campbell
1999 - Craig Spence
1998 - Bradley Hughes
1997 - Peter Lonard
1996 - Craig Parry
1995 - Peter Senior
1994 - Craig Parry
1993 - Bradley Hughes
1992 - Craig Parry
1991 - Peter Senior
1990 - Greg Norman
1989 - Greg Norman
1988 - Ian Baker-Finch
1987 - Greg Norman
1986 - Mark O’Meara
1985 - Bernhard Langer
1984 - Greg Norman
1983 - Greg Norman
1982 - Graham Marsh
1981 - Greg Norman
1980 - Gene Littler
1979 - Barry Vivian

The 2008 Australian Masters commence on the 27-30 November at Huntingdale GC Victoria Australia.

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