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The British Open will be staged at Royal Troon in Scotland for the ninth time in 2016.
Now 72 years old, Jack Nicklaus jokes that he can't remember what happened yesterday.
The most famous comeback in the U.S. Open began with a question from Arnold Palmer as he tried to explain how he could win in 1960 at Cherry Hills despite being seven shots behind.
Jim Furyk and two other Pennsylvania juniors sat at the table closest to the television in the grill room just as the final round of the 1986 Masters came on. Hours later, every table in Media Heights clubhouse was taken.
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The guys who conquered the British Open were no match for a miserable day at the Old Course.