Hades of Hulton Road

Marino Parascenzo—who has reported from four different U.S. Opens at Oakmont—reports on the player protests, sharp-toothed rakes and battered egos of Oakmont.

A new century strikes

From Tiger's miraculous putt on only one working leg at Torrey Pines to an outrageous piece of magic from Mickelson at Augusta, we select 10 of this century's greatest major shots

Easy Does It!

Ernie Els is Arnold Palmer’s kind of man, and golfer. Personable, friendly and above all a crowd pleaser, he plays the game in the style and spirit of the King—hard, fair, and with flair.


Taking Charge

The final-round gallop by Arnold Palmer in the 1960 U.S. Open provides the history of Major championships with one of its more thrilling chapters.