Two-time Masters champion Byron Nelson has died at his home in the Fort Worth area.
He was 94 years old.
A sculpture of him was unveiled in Augusta in 1999.
Nelson won 11 tournaments in a row in 1945, winning 18 tournaments total that year.
Overall he won 52 PGA events, including five majors.
He's the only PGA Tour winner to have tournament named for him.
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