No Slam, no history but plenty to ponder
CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, Colo. The 1960 U.S. Open at Cherry Hills was a fascinating convergence of golf history, featuring the past, present and future:
• A 47-year-old Ben Hogan made his last run at the tournament he had won four times.
• Arnold Palmer, 30 years old, staged the first of his legendary charges and won his only U.S. Open title.
• And Hogan played the final 36 holes with "a fat kid who should of won this tournament by ...
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