Herbert Gustavus Max Faulkner OBE (Bexhill29 July 1916 – 26 February 2005) was an English professional golfer

Faulkners father was golf teacher and had a private golf course in Selsey. During the Second World War he served with the RAF where he took care of the endurance training.

The golf career of Faulkner developed in the period between the second world war and the creation of the European PGA Tour in 1973 and 1974, although he still played a few tournaments on the Tour. He won 16 tournaments in Europe. When he won the Portuguese Open , he was already 52 years and actually heard all the Seniors.

His most important victory was the British Open in 1951. It was the first and last time played outside Great Britain. He won with a score of three under par.

Faulkner rarely took the maximum of fourteen golf clubs with it. He was one of the first players who deliberately started a ' hook ' or a ' slice ' could save, but he seems to have had a collection of 300 putters, always looking for the best results.

In 2001, Faulkner officer of the order of the British Empire (OBE). He died in 2005.


[hide]*1 Won



  • 1968: PGA Seniors Championship
  • 1970: PGA Seniors Championship



  • Max Faulkner for his granddaughter also called Moosh Mooshtie called or [1].
  • He fell like on, and carried colorful plus four trousers.
  • The Penfold tournament has existence of 1932-1974. Only in 1949, the tournament was played in matchplay.

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