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Ben Crenshaw
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    (January 11, 1952- )
    Winner of 19 PGA Tour Events, including 1984, 1995 Masters
    Member of World Golf Hall of Fame
    Member of 4 Ryder Cup Teams
    Nicknamed 'Gentle Ben'
    Wrote Autobiography 'A Feel for the Game'
    He smokes.
    He is divorced.
    He has crooked teeth.
    He has the worst playoff record in PGA Tour history, losing 8, winning none.
    He names his putter 'Little Ben.'
    He sells lots of crappy apparel and artwork on his website.
    He kicked an oil drum after playing a hole poorly at the Colonial Invitational and gave himself a hairline fracture in his foot that he didn't fix for 20 years.
    He tried to quit smoking many times.
    He is good friends with George W. Bush.
    He battled through Grave's Disease in the mid 80s to come back stronger than ever.
    He won the 1995 Masters right after his long time instructor, Harvey Penick, passed away.
    He is one of the greatest putters of all time.

Credit: Eric Hartman

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