World Golf Hall of Famer who won 21 PGA Tour events and two major championships.
He never went to college, preferring to turn pro at age 18.
He was tied with Gene Sarazen in the 1935 Augusta National Invitational after Sarazen made an unbelievable double eagle shot; Sarazen then won the invitational in overtime.
He grew up in Lake Placid, New York.
He lost each of the four major championships in extra-hole playoffs, a feat equaled by Greg Norman.