World Golf Hall of Fame inductee who won more than 35 PGA Tours and the PGA Championship twice.
He played on the first U.S. Ryder Cup team.
He re-adjusted his putting stance on short putts and chose to keep it, even after the new stance provoked great teasing from his fellow players.
He grew up in Detroit, Michigan.
He, Gene Sarazen, and Walter Hagen were golf's first superstars.