World Golfing Hall of Popularity inductee who also won 22 PGA Trips, the U.S. Open up, as well as the PGA Tournament. He began learning golfing by caddying at age group nine. He received two main championships within 3 years in the first 1930s. He fathered a child and a child along with his wife Gladys. He returned from eight strokes right down to defeat Gene Sarazen by one stroke in the 1934 U.S. Open up.