Spanish professional golfer who plays on both the United States PGA Tour and the European Tour. He has spent much of his career in the top 10 of the Official World Golf Rankings. He reached a career high ranking of two after winning the HSBC Champions tournament in November 2008.
Also known as "The Golden Bear", is widely regarded as one of the greatest professional golfers of all time. He won 18 major championships.
Won six majors: the US Open in 1968 and 1971; the Open in 1971 and 1972; and the USPGA in 1974 and 1984.
At 11 years old Michelle Wie won the Hawaii State Women's Stroke Play Championship. At 12, she became the youngest player to qualify for an LPGA event and in 2003 Michelle won the 2003 US Women's Amateur Public Links Championship
In 1997, Tiger Woods became the youngest player to win the Masters and the youngest-ever No. 1 golfer when he was 21 years old.
American. Has currently won 13 professional major golf championships, the second most of any male player.
American. The Lion. Primarily for his "zero to hero" victory in the 1991 PGA Championship.
He took over the Florida Citrus Open in 1968 in 1978 and moved it to Bay Hill
New Zealander. One of the most successful left handed golfers, winner of more than 70 titles and first left hander to win one of golf's Majors.
A member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, 25 professional wins, won the U. S. Open twice
57 career pro wins including 15 majors, 3-time AP female athlete of year (1938,43,55), died 2006
5-time U.S. Amateur champion, 2-time U.S. Open champ, 3-time LPGA Player of Year (1974,81-82), 7th in career wins (42), born 1939
32 career wins, including 1 major, inducted into World Golf Hall of Fame in 1999
Among the most successful left handed golfers of all time, being the first left-hander to win a golf major, he won more than 70 titles.
Winner of the 2005 U.S. Open.
Three-time Masters champion, b. 1970
Spanish, World No. 1 d. 2011