Billy Casper: Pictures Of A Winner\nBilly Casper ran a 25-foot putt into the cup on the 11th hole during his playoff with Arnold Palmer for the U.S. Open title in San Francisco, on June 20, 1966. Two strokes down at the time, Casper pulled even when Palmer bogeyed the hole. Casper went on to capture the title.\nGene Littler putts for birdie on the 18th hole in a playoff with Billy Casper during the 1970 Masters tournament.\nBilly Casper tips his cap at the 18th hole after winning the playoff against Gene Littler.\nBilly Casper and Arnold Palmer manage a smile for each other after they tied for the U.S. Open Championship with 278 strokes on June 20, 1966, San Francisco, Calif. Casper made up a seven stroke deficit in the last nine holes to send the two into an 18-hole playoff.\nCasper is congratulated by Littler after Casper won the eighteen-hole playoff at Augusta.\nGeorge Archer presents the green jacket to Billy Casper.\nBilly Casper putts in the 1967 Ryder Cup in Houston. The U.S. team beat the Europeans by 15 points.\nBilly Casper and his wife Shirley during the 1960 Masters tournament.\nBilly Casper competed in the the 20th Ryder Cup at Muirfield in Scotland. The Americans defeated the Great Britain and Ireland team.\nBilly Casper, 1970 Masters Champion, sits with 1971 runners-up Johnny Miller and Jack Nicklaus during the 1971 Masters Tournament Presentation Ceremony.\nBilly Casper won nine tournaments on the Champions Tour.\nBilly Casper, non-playing captain of the U.S. team poses with the trophy and PGA President Frank Cardi after the American team won the Ryder Cup at Greenbrier in 1979.\nBilly Casper poses with Tiger Woods at the start of the 2003 Buick Open. Casper, who won the first Buick Open in 1958, hit the ceremonial first shot opening that year's tournament.\nMike McCallister, Humana Chairman of the Board, President Clinton, Billy Casper, and Gary Player pose for a photo on the Palmer Private Course at PGA West at the 2013 Humana Challenge.\nBilly Casper walks across the Hogan Bridge on the 13th hole at the 2005 Masters. This was Casper's last Masters.