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June 19, 1967
The 67th U.S. open is hold at historic Baltusrol. From there Alfred Wright reports what happened both on the course and behind the scenes in the battle for golf's top title.
June 12, 1967 | Jack Nicklaus
A favorite to win at Baltusrol tells why the course is a rarity—one that will truly test the pros but not leave them quaking
June 12, 1967
For pure drama year in and year out no golf tournament can rival the U.S. Open. One reason is that the stakes are high—the Open title is the most desired in the game. Another is that Open courses are the finest, and...
June 12, 1967 | Garry Valk
For five years now, since the day he turned professional at 21, Jack Nicklaus has been one of our resident golf experts. He has prepared his series of instructional tips, written articles for us, and now for the...
June 05, 1967
A U.S. Open preview: Jack Nicklaus assesses the Baltusrol course, the drama of last year's Open is depicted in paintings and Dan Jenkins reports on the man with the tour's best swing.