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Brookline, 1913: Features detailing Ouimet's historic win and it's ever-lasting impact

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On Sept. 20, 2013, GolfChannel.com showcased a series of features looking back on the 100-year anniversary of Francis Ouimet's historic U.S. Open triumph.

The victory was monumental in how it forever altered the golf landscape. Here's a look at the features, which include a look into who Ouimet was, how the 1913 championship played out, who the protagonists were and the aftereffects of a 20-year-old's shocking win at the course across from his Brookline home.

Brookline, 1913: How the epic U.S. Open played out

A 20-year-old ex-caddie took down two of the game's greats. We detail how Francis Ouimet won the 1913 U.S. Open.

Brookline, 1913: Who was Francis Ouimet?

We know him as the amateur who won the 1913 U.S. Open. His family knows the real Francis DeSales Ouimet.

Brookline, 1913: The search for Francis

From his daughter's home to the Ouimet Room, a look into the journey to discover the personal side of Francis Ouimet.

Brookline, 1913: Why Vardon and Ray?

Why did Lord Northcliffe choose Harry Vardon and Ted Ray as the main British threats to win the 1913 U.S. Open?

Brookline, 1913: How Ouimet's win changed U.S. golf

It shocked. It awed. It inspired a nation. Francis Ouimet's 1913 U.S. Open triumph forever changed golf in the United States.

Brookline, 1913: Timeline of Ouimet's life

Significant dates involving 1913 U.S. Open and two-time U.S. Amateur champion Francis Ouimet.

Brookline, 1913: The story of caddie Eddie Lowery

Eddie Lowery, a 10-year-old caddie, helped Francis Ouimet win the U.S. Open. Who was this peanut of a man?

Brookline, 1913: Was Vardon almost on the Titanic?

The story that Harry Vardon narrowly avoided sailing on the Titanic in 1912 raises many questions.

Brookline, 1913: What was in Ouimet's bag?

What clubs did Francis Ouimet use to win the 1913 U.S. Open, and what happened to them?

Brookline, 1913: The Country Club, a history

Although he wasn't made an honorary member until 1953, Francis Ouimet held a special place in his heart for The Country Club.