Ladies Golf Most Number of Australian Masters Titles - Karrie Webb

Date of Record: 03/02/2013

Karrie Webb has a string of records to her name and the talented Queenslander keeps them coming. As a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame She has 38 wins on the LPGA Tour, more than any other active player.

• Winner of the most number Australian Masters titles

• Youngest Ever Winner of the Weetabix Women's British Open

• The First LPGA Player to Win $1 million mark in a single season

• The Youngest Winner of the LPGA Grand Slam

• The Most Wins on the LPGA Tour

In 1995 she became the youngest ever winner of the Weetabix Women's British Open in her rookie season in Europe, prior to it being classed as an LPGA major, and was acclaimed European Rookie of the Year.

In 1996 Karrie won her first LPGA tournament in her second LPGA start at the HealthSouth Inaugural on the fourth hole of a sudden death playoff. She won three other tournaments and became the first LPGA player to win $1 million mark in a single season topping the year end money list. She was also the 1996 LPGA Rookie of the Year.

She successfully defended her U.S. Women's Open title in 2001 and won the LPGA Championship to become the youngest winner of the LPGA Career Grand Slam.

Karrie scored her eighth Masters win at the Gold Coast venue in February 2013, the most wins of any female at one tournament, equaling the record of male golfer Sam Snead.

Picture by Glenn Hampson