According to a song of the 1950s, You've either got or you haven't got style. Another song touts the merits of "PER-son-al-i-ty." The world of tournament golf is as good a laboratory as any to test both propositions, so here's my Top 10 list of male golfers with irresistible personalities.
10. Tony Lema
They called him "Champagne Tony" because he celebrated his victories with magnums of bubbly, and he didn't take offense if you called him a playboy. He was, in the words of Nick Seitz, "a man who went through life at raceway speed." Lema won the British Open and 11 other PGA events between 1962 and '66, and in that span only Arnold Palmer had a more devoted following among golf fans. Lema was only 32 when he died with his wife in a plane crash on July 24, 1966.