Byron Nelson, 85, left, Gene Sarazen, 95, center, and Sam Snead, 84, right, pose for photographers before teeing off to start the opening round of the Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., Thursday, April 10, 1997. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
Gene Sarazen was a longtime Marco Island resident who died in May 1999 at the age of 97. Sarazen, nicknamed 'The Squire' in part of because of the traditional plus-fours he wore, is one of five golfers to win the modern Grand Slam. He hit 'The Shot Heard 'Round the World,' a double-eagle on No. 15 in the 1935 Masters. That tied him with Craig Wood, and Sarazen beat Wood in a 36-hole playoff the following day. April 7, 2010 was the 75th anniversary of Sarazen's double-eagle.