For the third straight year, Golf Magazine is proud to honor the men and women who have left their marks on the sport.
The Green Pioneer: Robert Trent Jones Jr., 70, has been spreading the gospel of (green) golf around the world for five decades.
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The Man of the People: Justin Timberlake, 28, giving a "green" course
back to his hometown of Memphis.
3 of 8Angus Murray
The Idea Woman: More than a pretty face, Anna Rawson, 28, is pitching
the LPGA on ways to win more fans.
4 of 8Jeff Newton
The Philanthropist: Four-time Tour winner Notah Begay, 37, is battling obesity and diabetes among Native American youths.
5 of 8Ben Van Hook
The Alliance: The International Golf Federation led by Ty Votaw, 47 has helped make golf's Olympic dream a reality.
6 of 8Angus Murray
The Putting Professor: The high-tech teaching of Marius Filmalter, 53,
helps hackers and pros make more putts
7 of 8Ben Van Hook
The Pro: Don Vickery, 51, a double-amputee
PGA pro who's
teaching players like you
8 of 8Angus Murray
The Daily-Fee Heroes: The Greenskeeping Team at L.A.'s Rancho Park Golf Course,
representing the unsung heroes who make the game go.