Former American golfer who won a dozen PGA Tour events, including the 1964 Open Championship.
He enlisted in the Marines at age 17 and served in Korea until 1955.
His legacy was honored when a golf course was named in his honor in 2001, located not far from his hometown.
He wife, Betty Cline, was a former flight attendant, who perished along with him in a 1966 airplane accident.
He received help from Arnold Palmer's British caddy at the 1964 Open Championship.