Nice guys are supposed to finish last. Well, that's how the old adage goes. And it may hold true in some cases.
But on the PGA Tour, being a nice guy oftentimes means there will be legions of patrons following you around a golf course, with support from near and far. And typically, at least for most of these guys, a place on the top of the leaderboard.
There are certainly more than 10 likeable players on the PGA Tour, but here is a group that has developed a reputation, each as a fan favorite for one reason or another—with the game to back up the nice guy image.