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Topic - Lee Trevino
A capsule look at the five previous majors and one Ryder Cup held at Oak Hill Country Club in Pittsford, N.Y., where the 95th PGA Championship will be played Aug. 8-11:
Some of the most significant moments in recent history of the British Open at Muirfield have come on the 17th hole.
A capsule look at the 15 previous British Opens held at Muirfield Golf Club, where the 142nd British Open will be played July 18-21:
Facts and figures for the British Open golf championship:
The U.S. Open returns to Pennsylvania for the 16th time, the second-most among states behind New York. And while it has gone to only four courses dating to 1907, there is no shortage of great moments.
Stop by the rock near the 11th hole tee box at Merion Golf Club and read up on a slice of sports history.
About the only thing Fred Couples and Colin Montgomerie had in common was a golf swing good enough to trust for a lifetime.
Golf rarely has been this mysterious when it comes to the majors.
Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Lee Trevino got ready for one more round together, but also wondered if they'd ever play with each other again.
It's where Lee Trevino chipped in for par, which ultimately denied Nicklaus a shot at the third leg of the Grand Slam and demoralized Tony Jacklin.
"Don't go by what they score here this week," Trevino said, "simply because Merion may not have its teeth in because of the wetness."