Greg J. Chalmers is a professional golfer who was born on October 11, 1973 in Sydney, NSW, Australia. Chalmers is best known for winning the 1993 Australian Amateur as well as the 1994 French Amateur tournaments.
Chalmers turned pro in 1995, and was able to start strong, winning a number of times in Australia including the Australian Open in 1998. He also participated in some tournaments in Europe including the Challenge Tour Championship, where he won the second tier. He also finished in the twenty fifth place of the European Tour in 1998.
By the end of 1998, Chalmers reached fourth place of the PGA Tour Qualifying school of the year, earning a tour card for 1999. His best PGA Tour finish was during the Kemper Insurance Open in 2000 as well as the Buick Open in 2009. However, he did have a spell of bad season in 2004 where he lost his tour card, but soon got it by winning a tournament on the Nationwide Tour.
So far, Chalmers has attempted to participate in all four Major Championships. However, he was only able to get through the cut in 1998 at the Open Championship, then again in 2000 at the PGA Championship.