John Henry Taylor (March 19, 1871 - 1963) was one of the pioneers of the modern game of golf. He was a member of the fabled Great Triumvirate of the sport, along with Harry Vardon and James Braid (golf).
Taylor was also a co-founder of the PGA. Bernard Darwin wrote that Taylor "had turned a feckless company into a self-respecting and respected body of men".
Nationality: British Open wins: 1894 - St. George's; 1895 - St Andrews; 1900 - St Andrews; 1909 - Royal Cinq Ports; 1913 - Hoylake.