J.H. Taylor (1871-1963)

An English golfer born in Devon, was a pioneer of the modern game of golf and is often referred to in the company of Harry Vardon and James Braid as the Great Triumvirate. He was a five time winner of The Open Championship and a co-founder and first Chairman of the British PGA, which, according to golf writer Bernard Darwin, "had turned a feckless company into a self-respecting and respected body of men".