The Coolest Golfers Of All Time\nOur decidedly unscientific ranking of the golfers -- professional and otherwise -- who have that extra something\n1. FRED COUPLES\nWomen love him, and men want to be like him.\n2. SEVE BALLESTEROS\nHeroic and handsome, but never half-hearted.\n3. WALTER HAGEN\nA guy who really remembered to smell the flowers.\n4. ARNOLD PALMER\nHow many golfers have had a president (Eisenhower) pop in for their surprise birthday party?\n5. MICKEY WRIGHT\nHas that Greta Garbo-recluse mystique -- and Ben Hogan said she had the finest swing he'd ever seen.\n6. SEAN CONNERY\nOnly he could sound cool telling you he made a triple-bogey 007.\n7. BEN HOGAN\nSurvived match play with a bus.\n8. JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE\nStart a list of Coolest Anything (fill in the category), and he'd be on it, too.\n9. MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ\nHe'd raise a toast to this group.\n10. ADAM SCOTT\nEven looks cool brandishing an anchored putter.\nRickie Fowler\nYou can't wear that much orange without being comfortable in your own skin.\nJimmy Demaret\nKnown for his power fade, quick wit, and sense of style. "Get out and live," he said once. "You're dead for an awful long time."\nTommy Armour III\nThe grandson of the Silver Scot famous for his A-list party every year at the Byron Nelson\nBabe Didrikson Zaharias\nTough as leather who is considered one of the greatest all-around athletes of all time, came back from cancer surgery to win the U.S. Women's Open by 12 shots.\nGraeme McDowell\nStylish exterior belies his fire as a competitor.\nHumphrey Bogart\nEven has a tree named after him at Riviera, where he liked to pick out a spot in the shade and work through a thermos of Jim Beam.\nJFK\nWas said to be the best natural golfer among the presidents, and didn't even have to work at it.\nSamuel L. Jackson\nAlways works golf into film shoots, and occasionally works his films into golf. During filming of "Star Wars," carried a light saber in his golf bag to get in extra practice with it.\nTy Webb from Caddyshack\nA mythical shotmaker who refused to keep score -- although he did manage to score with Lacey Underall.\nMichael Jordan\nDoesn't play golf at the same level he played hoops, but still carries enough of an aura to be called on to advise the game's elite.\nWillie Nelson\nThe outlaw singer-songwriter likes to take his sticks "on the road."