Guess These Past U.S. Open Champions

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Guess These Past U.S. Open Champions

June 11, 2015

Who is this U.S. Open Champion?Hint: He was one of nine players to qualify the first year international participants could qualify without coming to the United States, via tournaments held in England and Japan.See next slide for answer →

Michael Campbell, 2005

Who is this U.S. Open Champion?Hint: He was the last winner to come through sectional qualifying.See next slide for answer →

Lucas Glover, 2009

Who is this U.S. Open Champion?Hint: He became the first American winner—and youngest champion ever—at the age of 19.See next slide for answer →

John McDermott, 1911

Who is this U.S. Open Champion?Hint: He was the oldest player to ever win the U.S. Open.See next slide for answer →

Hale Irwin, 1990

Who is this U.S. Open Champion?Hint: Jack Nicklaus was looking for a record fifth U.S. Open title when this player out-dueled him.See next slide for answer →

Tom Watson, 1982

Who is this U.S. Open Champion?Hint: He was the last winner without a round in the 60s.See next slide for answer →

Geoff Ogilvy, 2006

Who is this U.S. Open Champion?Hint: This player's infamous win was the last U.S. Open that concluded with 36 holes on a Saturday.See next slide for answer →

Ken Venturi, 1964

Who is this U.S. Open Champion?Hint: He set a tournament scoring record for the first two rounds of play, opening with back-to-back 65s.See next slide for answer →

Martin Kaymer, 2014

Who is this U.S. Open Champion?This player drove the par-4 first green in the final round and made birdie, but in trying to do so in the previous three rounds, he played the hole one-over par for the four rounds, going double bogey-birdie-bogey-birdie.See next slide for answer →

Arnold Palmer, 1960

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