Jock Hutchinson was born June 6, 1884 in St. Andrews, Scotland (left). He was quite successful on the early "PGA Tour" days. From 1918 to 1928, he won 14 times, including 2 majors.
Although there are many who have won more titles than Hutchinson, it may be better to put his career in context. In the years when he was his most competitive, he competed in a limited number of tournament compared to today's players.
Furthermore, among his "other" wins are two Western Open titles and one North and South Open title. These two events are not considered majors in the history books but routinely attracted the best players in the country. Also, he was twice a runner up in the US Open, nearly giving him three legs of the "modern day" grand slam.
In 1921, by winning the British Open, he became the first player to bring the Claret Jug across the pond to America, as he had relocated to America from his native Scotland.
In 1937, he won the Inaugural PGA Seniors' Championship, and won the event again 10 years later.