The 1962 U.S. Open At Oakmont\nArnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus battle it out in an 18-hole playoff\nArnold Palmer zips up his bag before starting his final practice round at Oakmont.\nArnold Palmer is surrounded by fans as he practices chip shots.\nArnold Palmer cut his finger while taking luggage from his airplane and required three stitches.\nArnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus are shown walking in opposite directions as they look over the first tee at the start of the second round.\nA smiling Arnold Palmer finishes round two with a three-under-par 68.\nArnold Palmer turns in his score after a bogey on No. 18 in the third round.\nArnold Palmer follows the ball as it rolls past the cup on No. 18 and forces a playoff with Jack Nicklaus for the National Open Golf title.\nArnold Palmer gets a consoling kiss from his wife Winnie after missing a putt which would have won him the title.\nJack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer pose before their 18-hole playoff. \nArnold Palmer misses a putt on No. 3 during the playoff against Jack Nicklaus.\nJack Nicklaus watches as Arnold Palmer hits from the sand on No. 4 during their playoff round.\nArnold Palmer watches Jack Nicklaus approach the green on No. 9 during their playoff.\nJack Nicklaus misses the hole on No. 13 during the playoff round.\nJack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer walk off No. 18 at Oakmont after Nicklaus beat Palmer 71-74.\n22-year-old Jack Nicklaus hugs his wife Barbara after his first major win.\nJack Nicklaus holds up his trophies from Oakmont.