Patty Berg - Professional Wins (63) - LPGA Tour Wins (60)

LPGA Tour Wins (60)

  • 1937 (1) Titleholders Championship (as an amateur)
  • 1938 (1) Titleholders Championship (as an amateur)
  • 1939 (1) Titleholders Championship (as an amateur)
  • 1941 (3) Women's Western Open, North Carolina Open, New York Invitational
  • 1943 (2) Women's Western Open, All American Open
  • 1945 (1) All American Open
  • 1946 (4) Northern California Open, Northern California Medal Tournament, Pebble Beach Open, U.S. Women's Open
  • 1947 (3) Northern California Open, Pebble Beach Open, Northern California Medal Tournament
  • 1948 (3) Titleholders Championship, Women's Western Open, Hardscrabble Open
  • 1949 (3) Tampa Open, Texas PGA Championship, Hardscrabble Open
  • 1950 (3) Eastern Open, Sunset Hills Open, Hardscrabble Women's Invitational
  • 1951 (5) Sandhills Women's Open, Pebble Beach Weathervane, New York Weathervane, 144 Hole Weathervane, Women's Western Open
  • 1952 (3) New Orleans Women's Open, Richmond Open, New York Weathervane
  • 1953 (7) Jacksonville Open, Titleholders Championship, New Orleans Women's Open, Phoenix Weathervane (tied with Louise Suggs), Reno Open, All American Open, World Championship
  • 1954 (3) Triangle Round Robin, World Championship, Ardmore Open
  • 1955 (6) St. Petersburg Open, Titleholders Championship, Women's Western Open, All American Open, World Championship, Clock Open
  • 1956 (2) Dallas Open, Arkansas Open
  • 1957 (5) Havana Open, Titleholders Championship, Women's Western Open, All American Open, World Championship
  • 1958 (2) Women's Western Open, American Women's Open
  • 1960 (1) American Women's Open
  • 1962 (1) Muskogee Civitan Open

LPGA majors are shown in bold.

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