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PAUL HARNEY 82
A six-time winner on the PGA Tour, Harney also had six top 10 finishes in major championships, including a fourth at the 1963 U.S. Open. After his playing career, Harney became a teacher and was the PGA Golf Professional of the Year in 1974. He is a member of the PGA Golf Professional Hall of Fame.
MAUREEN GARRETT 88
A prominent figure in British golf, Garrett became the first non-American woman to receive the USGA's Bob Jones Award in 1983. In 1948 she won the French Women's Amateur and competed as a member of Great Britain and Ireland's Curtis Cup team. Garrett returned to the Curtis Cup in 1960 as captain.
ALEX HAY 78
Regarded by many as the voice of golf, Hay served as a BBC commentator from 1978 through 2004 and called all the majors with broadcast partner Peter Alliss. Hay also served as a referee and observer for the Ryder Cup from 1973 through '77. He wrote several books, including the 1985 best seller The Handbook of Golf.
JOSEPH LEWIS 103
Lewis joined the PGA of America in 1931 and at his death was the longest serving and oldest member as well as the first person to reach 80 years of membership. He won the Philadelphia Open in 1942 and '50.
MASON RUDOLPH (76)
Rudolph won the 1950 U.S. Junior and later played for 23 years on the PGA Tour, winning five times, but was best known for his consistency. He made the cut in 409 of 430 career starts.