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Australian Fowler turned pro in 1977 and it didn’t take him long to record his first victory on Tour, winning his home Open in 1983. A four-time winner on the PGA Tour of Australasia, Fowler spent the majority of his career in Europe.

From 1983 to 1993, Peter finished in the Top 100 in the Order of Merit every year, no mean feat. And it was in 1993 that he claimed his only European Tour title, the BMW International Open, defeating fellow Legend, Ian Woosnam by three shots.
Together with Wayne Grady, Peter claimed the World Cup for Australia in 1989 defeating home favourties José Maria Cañizares and José María Olazabal by three shots at Las Brisas in Marbella.
Like so many of our Legends, he have truly come into their own since reaching 50 and moving to the senior ranks . Fowler is one of the most consistent players on the Legends Tour, finishing inside the top seven on the Order of Merit eight times in the last nine seasons and winning the John Jacobs Trophy for finishing the year as Number One in 2011.
Hitting the ball as well as he ever has, Chook is an advocate of practice and hard work. He loves the game and having played all over the world, he is keen to share his experiences with you at the Pro Am or part of the Pro Am Alliance tournament.
 

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European Tour Win 1
Staysure Tour Wins 7

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