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Jack Fleck of Davenport, Iowa, warms up before playoff with Ben Hogan, June 19, 1955, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Robert Houston)
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This June 20, 1955 file photo shows the heartbreaking finish to Ben Hogan's bid to be the first man to win five U.S. Open championships in San Francisco. He’s trying to blast the ball onto the 18th fairway from the deep rough into which he hooked his tee shot. It took him three to get out and he finally got down six while his opponent, Jack Fleck took a par four for a 69 and victory in the 18-hole playoff by three strokes.
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Huge crowd watches as Jack Fleck putts on 18th green at windup of playoff for U.S. Open title with Ben Hogan in San Francisco, June 19, 1955. Ball stopped nine inches short and Fleck tapped it in for a par four and a 69, three strokes better than Hogan. (AP Photo)
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Jack Fleck sinks a seven foot putt on the 18th hole in the final round of the U.S. Open on the Olympic Club's Lakeside course in San Francisco, June 18, 1955. The putt gave Fleck a three under par 67 and a a tie with Ben Hogan. (AP Photo)
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Jack Fleck of Davenport, Iowa, virtually unknown in the golf world, makes a mighty drive from the edge of the fairway on the 18th to set up a tie with veteran Ben Hogan in the final round of the U.S. Open golf tournament in San Francisco, Calif., June 18, 1955. The next shot was a 7-foot putt for a birdie and a tie with Hogan for the title. Each carded a 287 for the 72 holes. (AP Photo)
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Ben Hogan, left, and Jack Fleck shake hands before teeing off at San Francisco's Olympic Club in the Lakeside course in extra 18-hole match to determine the winner of the U.S. Open, June 19, 1955. Fleck, of Davenport, Iowa, with spectacular three under par 67 in the final round of tournament yesterday, tied Hogan of Fort Worth, Tex., with 72-hole total of 287. (AP Photo)
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Jack Fleck makes acceptance speech for U.S. Open trophy as glum-faced Ben Hogan sits behind him listening after Fleck beat Hogan in 18-hole playoff in San Francisco on June 19, 1955. Hogan sits between Isaac Grainger, President of the U.S.G.A., left, and Harvie Ward, Jr., San Francisco amateur golfer. (AP Photo)
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Jack Fleck wipes perspiration from his arms as he walks from behind tree while playing No. 7 in Detroit, Mich., July 22, 1955. Despite his trouble on this hole, the Davenport, Iowa player survived eliminations by defeating Joe Zarhardt, Greensboro, N.C., 4 and 2. (AP Photo)
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Jack Fleck and Walter Inman during the 1956 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 5-8 1956 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Augusta National/Getty Images)
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Jack Fleck walks to a green during the Par 3 Contest prior to the 2011 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 6, 2011 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)
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Jack Fleck, Webb Simpson victorious with US Open trophy, and Billy Casper after tournament on Sunday at Lake Course of The Olympic Club. San Francisco, CA 6/17/2012 CREDIT: Robert Beck (Photo by Robert Beck /Sports Illustrated/Getty Images) (Set Number: X155010 TK4 R9 F132 )
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