Jimmy Demaret was born May 24, 1910. He is best known for winning 3 Masters titles, but his over his career he captured 31 PGA Tour Titles. Demaret's career spanned a four different decades - He captured at least one win in the 30's, 40's, 50's, and 60's.
Demaret was good friends with Ben Hogan, and Hogan regarded him as one of the best wind players in the game.
Although his most consistent play came in the late 1940's, he showed he could still play in 1957 (at the age of 47) with three tour wins and a solo third finish at the US Open.
In the late 1950's, he and Jackie Burke founded the Champions Golf Club in Houston, Texas. The club would go on to gain a good reputation worldwide, hosting the Ryder Cup, US Open, and the US Amateur.
In the 1960's Demaret would go on to host Shell's Wonderful World of Golf, along with Gene Sarazen.