1. Won a record four Colorado Opens and 13 PGA Tour events, including the 1961 Denver Open at Meadow Hills Country Club.
L. Dave Hill
2. In 1947, became the first native Coloradan to compete in the Masters.
A. Babe Lind
3. Won the 1959 and 1964 U.S. Women’s Amateur.
G. Barbara McIntire
4. Won three of the first four Colorado Open titles, in 1964, ’65 and ’67.
E. Bill Bisdorf
5. Won the 1971, ‘72 and ‘73 CGA Stroke Play Championships while still in high school.
I. Bob Bynum
6. 11-time winner on the Senior/Champions Tour between 1986 and ’96.
D. Dale Douglass
7. Winner of 19 CWGA championships, including four Stroke Plays, one Match Play, one Junior Match Play, three Senior Stroke Plays and one Senior Match Play.
C. Kim Eaton
8. Winner of 12 PGA Tour titles including the 1958 PGA Championship.
H. Dow Finsterwald
9. Golf course architect of 15 Colorado courses, including Perry Park, Saddle Rock, Mariana Butte and Raccoon Creek.
B. Dick Phelps
10. Winner of two USGA championships: the 1993 U.S. Women’s Amateur and 1994 U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links.
J. Jill McGill
11. Former Edgewater resident won 31 professional tournaments, including three U.S. Women’s Opens.
K. Babe Didrikson Zaharias
12. On the final green of the 1983 Colorado Open, this former champion lay on his back and said, “Call Greenpeace. The whale’s been beached.”
F. Larry Webb