The 2011 Hall of Fame Class

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Frank Chirkinian Chirkinian produced the Masters from 1959 to 1996. He died of lung cancer in March, and will be inducted in the category of Lifetime Achievement. Read Michael Bamberger's tribute to Chirkinian on Golf.com.
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Ernie Els Featuring a silky swing that earned him the nickname 'Big Easy,' Ernie Els won three major championships.
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Jumbo Ozaki One of the most unique personalities in golf, Jumbo Ozaki won more than 100 tournaments and led the Japan Golf Tour money list 12 times.
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George H.W. Bush No. 41 wasn't our most athletic president (that was Gerald Ford, who helped Michigan win two national championships in football), but he was sports-crazed and an avid golfer.
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Jock Hutchison Jock Hutchison (above) won the 1920 PGA Championship and the 1921 British Open at St. Andrews. He died in 1977 at the age of 93.
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Doug Ford Doug Ford posted 19 wins on the PGA Tour, including the 1955 PGA and the 1957 Masters. He is the oldest surviving Masters winner.