Jason Day has become the 11th Aussie to win a major golf tournament. Check out the others.
After 76 tournaments without an Australian winner, Adam Scott broke through at the US Masters with a thrilling play-off win over Angel Cabrera.
Baker Finch became the fifth Aussie to win The Open Championship, lifting the Claret Jug in 1991.
Elkington sunk a 6m birdie putt on the first play-off hole to beat Colin Montgomerie and win the 1995 US PGA Championship.
Jason Day won the US PGA Championship in 2015, breaking the majors scoring record by finishing at 20 under.
Australian-born Ferrier won the PGA Championship in 1947, three years after becoming an American citizen.
A year after losing The Open Championship in a three-way play-off with Greg Norman and champion Mark Calcavecchia, Grady won the 1990 US PGA Championship.
Graham won the US PGA Championship in 1979 and the US Open in 1981.
Nagle won at least one tournament each year from 1949 to 1975, including The Open Championship in 1960.
Despite spending 331 weeks as World No.1, 'The Shark' won only two Major tournaments. He won The Open Championship in 1986 and 1993.
Safe in the clubhouse on a 72-hole score of 5-over, Ogilvy watched as Phil Mickelson and Colin Montgomerie self-destructed to hand the Aussie the 2006 US Open crown.
Thomson is Australia's most prolific Major winner, claiming The Open Championship in 1954, 1955, 1956, 1958 and 1965.
Day began his road to the top by finishing 10th in the PGA Championship in 2010. Image: Getty