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Peter Fowler won the John Jacobs Trophy for finishing the year as Legends Tour Number One in 2011.

Australian Fowler turned pro in 1977 and it didn’t take him long to record his first victory, winning his home Open in 1983. A four-time winner on the PGA Tour of Australasia, Fowler spent the majority of his career in Europe. From 1983 to 1993, Peter finished in the top 100 on the European Tour Order of Merit every year, no mean feat. Fowler claimed his only DP World Tour title in 1993 at the BMW International Open, defeating fellow Legend, Ian Woosnam by three shots.
Fowler joined the European Senior Tour in 2009 and made his debut at La Moye Golf Club – the same venue where he made his first appearance on the European Tour some 26 years earlier. He won the John Jacobs Trophy for winning the Legends Tour Order of Merit in 2011 after two victories, three runner-up finishes and two third place finishes and stayed inside the top five on the Order of Merit in four of the following five seasons. Fowler won his seventh Legends Tour title at the 2019 MCB Tour Championship – Seychelles.

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Legends Tour Order of Merits 1
Legends Tour Wins 7
Professional Wins 20
Turned Pro 1977

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