5. Macdonald Smith: He was tougher than the average Scot, if that’s possible, since he was born in Carnoustie. Two of his brothers, Alex and Willie, won the U.S. Open a total of three times, and two others, George and Jim, also were successful players. Mac, as he was known, piled up 24 official PGA Tour titles, second only to Harry Cooper for most without a major. Mac came close. He was in a three-man playoff at the 1910 U.S. Open won by his brother, Alex. He was second in the U.S. and British Opens in 1930 to some guy named Bobby Jones, who won the Grand Slam that year. Mac Smith’s swing was considered the best of his day and was reportedly closely studied by Ben Hogan. Smith finished in the top 10 in 17 majors. In 1925, he led the British Open after 54 holes at Prestwick but shot 82 in a finish that featured overly enthusiastic spectators and a notable lack of crowd control. Smith, like Cooper, also won a Western Open, in 1933.