Walked a Pro AM with Daly and his Caddy, he was really down to earth and laid back. Blake Adams has a Golf Academy at my local course, he will walk up and chit chat with you on a regular basis and give you pointers (really hope comes back from his hip injury and plays good).
Followed Russell Henley around on a Web.com event in Kansas City, he actually walked over and said hello and we talked briefly before his round (I had the "G" for Georgia logo on my shirt). Hudson Swafford and Harris English are good guys, really, laid back southern guys.
The only "Jerk"... I was working security at the old Sarazen Open years ago, Tom Kite was playing in a Pro Am. The course was practically empty. This older guy, jokingly asked Kite how he liked his new glasses (just after he had Lasik eye surgery) while he was walking to a Tee box. Kite just barked at him and said "Sir, can't you see I'm not wearing any glasses". That may not make him a Jerk, but he came across as one or not capable of understanding a lil sarcasm.
One other story that comes to mind (not a jerk story) I was a Deputy just northeast of Atlanta. Dispatch called for a Med unit to an unresponsive 90 plus yr old male at a local Winery/Resort. I was in the area and just went by to assist. When I got there, it was Mr. Sarazen, he was actually ok, he had a lil to much Wine that night and the people there thought he had checked out.
One other thing, some of the best stories come from Caddies. I was hanging out at the range at a Tournament, hardly anyone was in the bleachers. Some of the Caddies would come up and grab a seat near me while waiting on their players, they were fun to talk to and had some great stories that you never hear.