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Tony Dear visits Chambers Bay in Washington State, which will host the first U.S. Open in the Pacific Northwest this week.
The U.S. Open visits Chambers Bay, whereas the Open Championship heads to St Andrews, prompting Andy Farrell to consider the characteristics of links golf.
Bobby Jones achieved what O.B. Keeler dubbed the 'Impregnable Quadrilateral' of championship triumphs in 1930. He also founded the Masters.
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Four months after winning the 1999 U.S. Open, the flamboyant Payne Stewart was killed in an aircraft accident. Bob Harig salutes Stewart's immortal legacy
Arnie’s hard-fought victory at the 1954 U.S. Amateur heralded Palmer’s pro career and the birth of the modern game.