Golfers with Girth

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Tim Herron Four PGA Tour wins, most recently at the 2006 Colonial. Herron admitted to Golf Magazine in 2007 that remarks from the gallery about his weight can sting: "When the fans get drunk and too rowdy, it makes you mad. There are some cruel remarks, and fans need to understand we're trying to make a living out there?" See the full article here.
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Guy Boros Winner of 1996 Greater Vancouver Open, son of Hall of Fame golfer Julius Boros.
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John Daly Winner of 1991 PGA Championship and 1995 British Open.
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Jack Nicklaus 18-time major champion. Nicklaus, seen here at the 1965 New Orleans Open, was called "Fat Jack" until he got serious about his fitness and shed 20 pounds after feeling tired at the 1969 Ryder Cup.
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Colt Knost Two top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour in 2012.
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Chris Patton 1989 US Amateur champion. Patton finished low amateur (T39th) at the 1990 Masters.
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Craig Stadler 1982 Masters champion, 13 PGA Tour wins.
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Kevin Stadler Winner of 2006 Johnnie Walker Classic, son of professional golfer Craig Stadler.
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Jason Gore Winner of 2004 84 Lumber Classic.
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Billy Casper Three-time major winner.
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Orville Moody 1969 U.S. Open champion, the last winner to make the field through local and sectional qualifying.
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Bob Murphy Five-time PGA Tour winner and former NBC announcer.
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Porky Oliver The eight-time PGA Tour winner is seen here at the 1948 PGA Championship in St. Louis.
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Craig Perry Two-time PGA Tour winner.
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Darren Clarke 2011 British Open Champion.
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Carl Pettersson The 2012 RBC Heritage at Harbour Town was Pettersson's fifth PGA Tour win.