That's definitely mine as well, although Rocky Marciano is hard to leave off.
Williams is the all time career leader in on-base average and second only to Ruth in slugging average and OPS.
He's either the greatest or second greatest hitter of all time. (And he gave me an autographed ball in 1956--it's encased in glass on my bookshelf.)
Seems impossible to leave him off, but if Championships were made the requisite, Marciano would take his place.
49-0, after all.
I rarely use a range finder. The pine tree, with the scar, on number 10, is 125 yards out. It is all uphill, however, and you have to add one club...two if the pin is in the back. I'm all about knowing how far out I am but there is more to it than that. On a course I've never played?...hell yes.