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June 15, 1970 | Jack Nicklaus
By the shores of Gitche Gumee,By the shining Big-Sea-Water,Stood the wigwam of Nokomis....
June 15, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
Well, boys, the old National Open comes up again next week out there in Minnesota or somewhere—at one of those new clubs with a name like a shampoo. Hazenwhirl or Hazelrub. I forget. Oh, yeah—Hazeltine. Tough course,...
June 22, 1970 | Curry Kirkpatrick
How a simple, unspoiled former Army sergeant won the U.S. Open and became a simple, unspoiled—but bona fide—star of the pro golf tour
June 29, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
America's pros, convinced the U.S. Open course was a farm, played as if they had hoes in their hands, but Hazeltine looked like home to a dapper young Englishman who hustled off with golf's supreme prize
May 18, 2009 | MICHAEL BAMBERGER
More than a Tour stop, less than a major, the Players Championship has evolved into an event unlike any other, and everyone's fine with that