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Going for the Slam
Tim Rosaforte
August 07, 1995
In an age of high-tech golf equipment, the one club used by all three winner of this year's majors first came into vogue 35 years ago. It is the 8802 style putter, which Arnold Palmer popularized when he won the 1960 U.S. Open with it. Having already been used by Ben Crenshaw (left) in the Masters, Corey Pavin (center) in the U.S. Open and John Daly IN the British Open, the 8802 attempts to complete its version of the Grand Slam next week in the PGA Championship.
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August 07, 1995

Going For The Slam

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In an age of high-tech golf equipment, the one club used by all three winner of this year's majors first came into vogue 35 years ago. It is the 8802 style putter, which Arnold Palmer popularized when he won the 1960 U.S. Open with it. Having already been used by Ben Crenshaw (left) in the Masters, Corey Pavin (center) in the U.S. Open and John Daly IN the British Open, the 8802 attempts to complete its version of the Grand Slam next week in the PGA Championship.

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