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November 13, 1967 | Alfred Wright
The only important statistic is still the score, but a computerized look at some major tournaments produces revealing results
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 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.
August 08, 2005 | Rick Reilly
Out on the golf course, a forecaddie deserves combat pay. He stands 250 yards from the tee, tries not to get hit by the ball and then signals back what happened to the shot. The pros' next two stops--Castle Pines for...
June 25, 2001
1. Inverness, 1979; 2. Baltusrol, 1980; 3. Hazeltine, 1970; 4. Olympic, 1998; 5. Medinah, 1990; 6. Oakland Hills, 1985; 7. Oakmont, 1994; 8. Pebble Beach, 1992; 9. Oak Hill, 1989; 10. Winged Foot, 1974.