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Favorites haven't fared well at Olympic
Four times The Olympic Club has hosted a U.S. Open. And each time, one of golf's legendary names has been upset.
A tale of two Opens
As Ben Hogan and Arnold Palmer found out, being a legend was no advantage in U.S. Opens at The Olympic Club.
The five best U.S. Opens played in California
SAN FRANCISCO – Of the states that have hosted the U.S. Open at least 10 times, California was the last to join the rotation, in 1948 at Riviera.But the Golden State has delivered some golden moments over the years.With the growing importance of television ratings and revenue, taking the U.S. Open ...
Jack Fleck, upset Hogan in '55 U.S. Open, dies at 92
Jack Fleck, a former municipal course pro from Iowa who stunned Ben Hogan in a playoff for the 1955 U.S. Open title, has died at age 94.