Leading South African golfer. He won the South African open six times, as well as winning the Belgian, French, and Dutch Open in the 20s and 30s. He was a convert to Judaism.
His real first name is "Jules". He has come into his own in the last few seasons. For the last two years he has finished in the top 50 on the tour (38th in 1999) and was invited to the Masters.
LPGA Tour, World Golf Hall of Fame
PGA pro who had an outstanding career and is now a frequent high finisher on the Senior Circuit.
Top professional golfer who converted to Christianity some years ago. His name has been submitted several times by site visitors with some choice comments. We put him up for informational purposes and to acknowledge that we know his background.
Current LPGA touring professional. Three time winner of the Florida Junior Girls Championship (1994-96). Low scoring amateur, 1996 U.S. Open. Her father is Jewish, her mother is not. We do not know how she identifies.
Northwestern University, 2006 Big Ten Golfer of the Year
LPGA Tour Player. Her father is Jewish, mother not. Considers herself non-Jewish.
One of the top golfers in the US in the early post-war era, he won the Western Open in 1946; was a member of the 1947 Ryder Cup Team.
PGA Tour Player, winner of several events including a major
PGA pro who has earned more than a half million dollars this year (1999) and ranked in the top thirty.
1992 US & World Long Drive Champion