The Open played on unique stage
Style, feel of golf's oldest championship makes it special
In 1953, Ben Hogan played in his one and only Open Championship. When the stoic Texan won that year at Carnoustie, he became the only player to ever win the Masters, the U.S. Open and the Open Championship in the same year.
This was the crowning achievement of a career that had been threatened by a horrific car accident in 1949. Through years of balking at making the journey across the Atlantic, Gene Sarazen and Bobby Jones had warned him that his career would not be complete until he won ...
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THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
The Open returns to Scotland and Muirfield for the first time since 2002. Who will hold the Claret Jug this time around?