12. Dutch Harrison: He was nicknamed The Arkansas Traveler because he was born in Conway, Ark., and barnstormed the country in exhibitions, hustling in country-club money games in addition to playing tournaments.
Harrison turned pro in 1930 and won 18 times, starting with the 1939 Bing Crosby Pro-Am. He played on three Ryder Cup teams, won the 1954 Vardon Trophy and displayed remarkable longevity. He finished fourth in the 1950 U.S. Open, fourth in the ’54 Masters and in 1960, at age 50, placed third in the U.S. Open at Cherry Hills. He also had a top-25 finish at the Canadian Open at age 59.