Last Sunday, two left-handers finished 1-2 on the PGA Tour, only the second time it's ever happened. For decades natural left-handers were encouraged to switch to playing right-handed, mostly because of the lack of availability of quality clubs. Ben Hogan said he was naturally left-handed, as are Johnny Miller, David Graham, Curtis Strange and Nick Price (while Phil Mickelson and Bob Charles are naturally right-handed). Although their percentage among their golfing peers remains far short of the general population's estimated 10 percent left-handedness, the last decade especially has seen a big increase in the number of professionals worldwide who play from the "wrong side." Here are the five best ever.