The U.S. Open The Way It Was

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The U.S. Open The Way It Was

June 11, 2015

Photo By: Golf Digest Resource Center

Photo By: AP Photo

Photo By: Golf Digest Resource Center

Photo By: AP Photo

Photo By: Golf Digest Resource Center

Photo By: AP Photo

Photo By: Golf Digest Resource Center

Photo By: Golf Digest Resource Center

Photo By: Golf Digest Resource Center

Photo By: Golf Digest Resource Center

1956 U.S. Open

Ken Venturi is interviewed in the locker room after capturing low-amateur honors in eighth place.

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1958 U.S. Open

Early birds want to see Gary Player tee off.

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1959 U.S. Open

Ben Hogan is interviewed by the press. Hogan struggled in the final round shooting a 76 and falling to 8th place.

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1964 U.S. Open

Arnie's Army is armed with periscopes.

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1968 U.S. Open

28-year-old Lee Trevino meets with the press. The 1968 U.S. Open was his first of six major titles and it was his first win on the PGA Tour.

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1968 U.S. Open

Fans come to see Jack Nicklaus tee off in the rain.

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1970 U.S. Open

Park and ride at Hazeltine.

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1970 U.S. Open

The gallery forms a half circle as Tony Jacklin approaches the green beside Lake Hazeltine.

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1972 U.S. Open

Periscopes and steps enable the gallery to follow the action at Pebble Beach.

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1972 U.S. Open

Steps at Pebble Beach are collected after Jack Nicklaus captures his third U.S. Open title.

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