10 Best Quotes On The U.S. Open\n1 Ben Hogan, after his final-round 67 at Oakland Hills in 1951: "I'm glad I was finally able to bring this course—this monster—to its knees."\n2 Arnold Palmer, to Bob Drum and me at Cherry Hills in 1960 after we'd hustled out to the golf course to witness the rest of his final-round charge (before the round we'd told him that seven strokes were too many to make up): "Fancy seeing you here. Who's winning the Open?"\n3 Tom Weiskopf, laughing after Johnny Miller's 63 at Oakmont in 1973: "Johnny Miller? I didn't even know Miller made the cut."\n4 Cary Middlecoff: "Nobody wins the Open; it wins you."\n5 Jerry Pate, after winning at Atlanta Athletic Club in 1976: "I've got a 5-iron from the rough on the last hole, but all I did was hit it stiff and make a birdie to win the Open. How about that, sports fans?"\n6 Tommy Bolt, the winner at Southern Hills in 1958, claiming to be 39 (he was 42), after hearing an explanation that a Tulsa World story listing him as 49 was a typographical error: "Typographical error, my ass—it was a perfect 4 and a perfect 9."\n7 Lee Trevino, at Oak Hill in 1968 after being asked what he was going to do with the $30,000 first-place money: "Buy the Alamo and give it back to the Mexicans."\n8 Hubert Green, at Southern Hills in 1977 after being notified that a woman had called in a death threat against him: "S---, you don't suppose that it's somebody I've been taking out, do you?"\n9 The USGA's Joe Dey, when confronted with a complaint: "You play the course the way you find it."\n10 Bobby Jones: "Nobody ever wins the National Open. Somebody else just loses it."