Which golfer has the most career LPGA major championship wins?

Which golfer has the most career LPGA major championship wins?

In professional golf, the measure of a player's greatness is most commonly linked with how many majors they win in their career. For female professional golfers specifically, there are five majors the best players in the world seek to win as many times as possible to cement their place in golf lore: the ANA Inspiration, Women's PGA Championship, Women's British Open, US Women's Open and The Evian Championship.

Formerly, there were majors like The Titleholders Championship and DuMaurier Classic (now the Canadian Pacific Women's Open) and the LPGA Championship (now the Women's PGA Championship).

Conceivably, being the golfer with the most career major championship titles makes that golfer the best ever. The golfer with the most career women's major championship titles is Patty Berg, with 15 majors. Mickey Wright is second that list with 13 LPGA major titles.

Among the Modern Era, Annika Sorenstam has the most majors with 10.

Golfers with most career women's major championship wins

  • 1. Patty Berg -- 15
  • 2. Mickey Wright -- 13
  • 3. Louise Suggs -- 11
  • T4. Annika Sörenstam -- 10
  • T4. Babe Zaharias -- 10
  • 6. Betsy Rawls -- 8
  • T7. Karrie Webb -- 7
  • T7. Juli Inkster -- 7
  • T7. Inbee Park -- 7
  • T10. Kathy Whitworth -- 6
  • T10. Patty Sheehan -- 6
  • T10. Betsy King -- 6
  • T10. Pat Bradley -- 6

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