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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

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Tony Jacklin became a British hero in 1969 by winning the British Open. He spent the later years of his career as the captain of the European Ryder Cup Team. His team won in 1985. Find out more about Tony Jacklin's impressive golfing career.

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Ben Crenshaw was one of the greatest putters in the history of golf. He won two Masters championships at Augusta National, a course known for difficult putting situations. Find out more about Ben Crenshaw and his illustrious golf career.

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Jim Barnes emigrated to America and became one of the best professional golfers of the early 1900s. He even finished his career with a win at the 1925 British Open, coming back from a deficit of five strokes.

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Julius Boros ranked among the top five money winners at age 47. Boros is the oldest man to have won a major title -- He won the 1968 PGA Championship at the age of 48. Learn more about Julius Boros and his illustrious golf career.

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John Ball, whose golf career spanned the 19th and 20th centuries, won the British Amateur eight times. He played his last British Amateur at the age of 60, where he lasted until the fifth round of play. What else did this veteran player achieve?

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Willie Anderson was the first dominant golfer in American golf. He is the only person to have won the U.S. Open three consecutive times from 1903-1905. Find out how Willie Anderson's calm demeanor helped him dominate in pro golf.

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