28 Jan '15, 10pm

Kel Nagle has been a Member of the PGA for 75 years #FarewellKel

Kel Nagle has been a Member of the PGA for 75 years #FarewellKel

"It's a sad day for golf, we've lost a Champion of our game," said Brian Thorburn, Chief Executive Officer of the PGA. "On behalf of the PGA and the Membership, our thoughts and sympathies are with the Nagle family at this difficult time," he added. Known as Mr. Modesty, Nagle won a tournament every year for 26 years and was a true gentleman of the game. Nagle, who turned Professional in 1946, was a consistent victor around the globe from 1949 to 1975; securing 61 wins on the PGA Tour of Australasia and two on the PGA TOUR. Nagle's first big victory came in 1949 at the Australian PGA Championship - an event he went on to win a further five times between 1950 and 1968 and still holds an unbroken record of six wins. The Aussie favourite also experienced significant success in New Zealand, where he won the New Zealand PGA Championship and the New Zealand Open, seven times res...

Full article: http://www.pga.org.au/news/general/australian-golf-mourns...

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