Over the years, some formidable players have fallen into this bittersweet category -- Harry Cooper, MacDonald Smith and Doug Sanders all won at least 20 PGA Tour events. Recently, Colin Montgomerie has been the perennial leader, his 31 European Tour victories, eight Order of Merits, and five runner-up finishes in majors setting him apart. But Monty isn't playing in the British Open for the first time since 1989, and at 48 it appears his time has passed. Meanwhile, three of the last four times St. George's has been the site of the championship, a first time major winner -- Bill Rogers, Sandy Lyle and Ben Curtis -- has emerged. This time, here are the five major-less players who are most overdue.