100 Years of the U.S. Open

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Friedman/Fairfax Publishers, 1995 - Sports & Recreation - 148 pages
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Read about the rich and varied history of the tournament, and observe the evolution of both the sport itself and its premier event. Follow the triumphs of Bobby Jones and Ben Hogan, be witness to both the Open and Arnold Palmer achieving national prominence with the advent of televised golf, relive Payne Stewart's glorious putt in 1999 that secured his second Open title, and watch Ernie Els and Lee Janzen assert their supremacy in the 1990s, as between them they win four of the last seven Opens.

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CONTENTS
86
OF THE U S OPEN
104
USEFUL LISTS
145
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