Carnegie (Neg) Clark (1881–1959) was a champion golfer, golf club manufacturer, a golf course architect and an organiser of professional golf in Australia.
Clark won the following golf tournaments:
- 1906 Australian Open at Royal Sydney Golf Club 
- 1908 Australian PGA Championship at The Australian Golf Club 
- 1909 Australian PGA Championship at Oakleigh Golf Club, (Oakleigh, Victoria) 
- 1910 Australian Open at Royal Adelaide Golf Club 
- 1911 Australian Open at Royal Sydney Golf Club 
- 1924 Sun Tournament at Royal Sydney Golf Club
Golf course architect
Clark designed the following golf courses:
- 1904: The Australian Golf Club with Jock Hutchison and Gilbert Martin
- 1920: Royal Queensland Golf Club 
- 1926: Moore Park Golf Club , Sydney NSW
Professional golf in Australia
In 1911, Carnegie Clark organised a workshop at Royal Sydney Golf Club which resulted in the foundation of the Professional Golfers Association of Australia. Clark was its founding treasurer and served as president in 1920-1921.
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