Patty Sheehan is an American professional golfer, who won back-to-back PGA Championships in 1983 and 1984 and won the tournament again in 1993. Sheehan would’ve won an additional major, but the Women’s British Open wasn’t considered one until 2001.
A three-time du Maurier Classic champion, Pat Bradley’s best season was in 1986. She won three of the four majors that year, and competed in the top five at the U.S. Women’s Open.She is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame.
A Solheim Cup stalwart , Inkster won the du Maurier Classic, then a major in 1984, along with her first ANA Inspiration title, which she won again in 1989. She also won the PGA and U.S. Open twice apiece around the turn of the century. She has a professional career spanning 29 years to date.
The only “Super Grand Slam” winner in LPGA history, this Australian has 13 wins on her native ALPG Tour in addition to her 41 LPGA victories. She managed to win all five events that were considered majors during her prime days.
A co-founder of the LPGA Tour, Suggs ranks fourth on the all-time wins list (61) and third in major championships (11). she turned professional in 1948 and went on to win 58 additional professional tournaments, with a total of 11 majors.
An incredible multi-sport athlete, Zaharia won two gold medals and a silver at the 1932 Olympics in track and field. One of the prominent founders of the LPGA,she has 10 majors and 41 tour wins to her name.Her golf career was brief yet fulfilled.
Kathy Whitworth has enjoyed a whopping 88 victories to her name, more than anyone has won on the LPGA Tour. She was the first to earn $1 million in earnings on the LPGA Tour .Whitworth retired from competitive golf in 2005 after competing in the BJ's Charity Classic
A G.O.A.T in women's golf , Patty Berg owns the all-time mark with 15 major wins! She successfully managed 60 LPGA Tour wins and won the first-ever U.S. Women’s Open in 1946, and was a seven-time champion at the Western Open and Titleholders Championship — both majors at the time.
Mary Kathryn "Mickey" Wright was an American professional golfer.Wright had 82 wins on the LPGA Tour and 13 major titles, so it’s no wonder she’s held in such high regard. She is the only player in LPGA Tour history to hold all four major titles at the same time.
A swedish professinal golfer, Annika retired in 2008 with 72 LPGA wins, and 17 Ladies European Tour wins, ranking third and fifth all-time respectively. She is the only female golfer to shoot a score of 59 in competition.