1994: Harvey Penick

Harvey Penick started his golf career in 1912 as a caddy at the old Austin Country Club, becoming the pro in 1923 at age 18. He was the first golf teacher to receive national recognition for his abilities who was not a native of Scotland. He coached at The University of Texas for 33 years, winning 20 Southwest Conference championships and honing 19 individual SWC champions, Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite among his famous student-athletes. He has influenced countless young golfers and shared his secrets in his “Little Red Book.”