The PGA is an acronym for the Professional Golf Association. It is the governing body for men's professional golf. Read profiles of PGA greats like Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus

Billy Casper

Billy Casper has been PGA Player of the Year twice but was never a fan favorite. He was one of the best players in American golf history, becoming a member in the PGA and World Golf Hall of Fame. Learn about the ups and downs of his career.

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods is one of the most accomplished golfers of all time. His popularity has pushed the game of golf into worldwide popularity. He is on pace to beat Jack Nicklaus for wins. Learn more about Tiger Woods and his destiny to become one of the greatest golfers.

Walter Travis

Walter Travis began playing golf at the ripe age of 35. Travis founded the American Golfer Magazine and also became involved in the designing of golf courses later in life. Learn about Walter Travis one of the best American golf players in the early 1900s.

Lee Trevino

Lee Trevino won 27 times on the PGA Tour from 1968-84. He became the first person to win the U.S. Open with all four rounds scored in the 60s. Find out how Lee Trevino became one of the most accomplished and popular golfers of all time.

Harry Vardon

Harry Vardon holds the golf record for most British Open wins. He was soft-spoken but had a reputation for being a straight shooter and getting angry when the time came. Learn how Harry Vardon toured the United States in 1900 to promote the game of golf.

Ken Venturi

Ken Venturi was one of the PGA Tour's best players in the late 1950s. During his career he won 14 Tour events. He was forced to retire from competition and he found work as a broadcaster. Find out more about Ken Venturi and why his golf career ended prematurely.

Tom Watson

Tom Watson was a master of approach shots and the short game. Watson won two Masters tournaments beating Jack Nicklaus in both events. His last Tour win came in 1996. Learn how Tom Watson captured 28 tournament wins including eight majors.

Lanny Wadkins' bold style and competitive nature led him to 21 PGA Tour victories. His reputation as a competitor stems from his remarkable Ryder Cup record, where he won over 20 events. Read about Lanny Wadkins and his Ryder Cup successes.

Curtis Strange is one of only six players to win back-to-back U.S. Open championships. He returned later in his career after a string of injuries and dwindling motivation. Learn how Curtis Strange dominated pro golf in the late 1980s.

Horton Smith came on the golf scene in 1928, winning eight events by the time he was 20. He is known for using one of the first clubs that was designed for hitting a ball out of the sand. Learn about Horton Smith and his historic fast start in golf.

John H. Taylor

John H. Taylor holds the record for top-ten finishes in golf's British Open. He was the only member of the Triumvirate to contend in a British Open after World War I. Find out how John H. Taylor won the title five times from 1894 to 1913.