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Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan congratulates Jack Fleck after he beat Hogan by three strokes in an 18-hole playoff at the 1955 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club. You can see more on Fleck's victory, considered one of the greatest upsets of all time, in these 1955 U.S. Open highlights provided to Golf.com by the USGA.

Ben Hogan congratulates Jack Fleck after he beat Hogan by three strokes in an 18-hole playoff at the 1955 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club. You can see more on Fleck's victory, considered one of the greatest upsets of all time, in these 1955 U.S. Open highlights provided to Golf.com by the USGA.

Ferry from Stromness Golf Course, Orkney

Ferry from Stromness Golf Course, Orkney

Royal Dornoch. Somewhere in the little town and golf course it surrounds, the invisible line between reality and dream world cuts through like a border. Trouble is, it moves every day. Step up to the tee, accept it, and let it all be.

Royal Dornoch Golf Course, Championship course, Struie Course, Fine Dining, and Pro Shop

Relive the History - The History of the Augusta National Masters Golf Tournament ** The 1930's: Bobby Jones' U.S. Open victory in 1930 was part of his Grand Slam, a feat yet to be matched in a calendar year. - More history and photos at http://www.Augusta.com

Relive the History - The History of the Augusta National Masters Golf Tournament ** The Bobby Jones' U. Open victory in 1930 was part of his Grand Slam, a feat yet to be matched in a calendar year.

Ben Hogan is welcomed back from winning the British Open | Retrocatch

Ben Hogan is welcomed back from winning the British Open

Edinburgh

looking along the coast near Gullane, to the Muirfield Golf Course, East Lothian

JFK and Jackie O. golfing in Rhode Island (1963)

Incredible Vintage Pictures Of Presidents Playing Sports

President Kennedy walks along the golf course at the Newport Country Club in Newport, R. Jacqueline Kennedy and Tony Bradlee, wife of Washington Post senior editor Ben Bradlee, ride along in a golf cart.

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10

Ben Hogan in his one and only 1953 British Open at Carnoustie.

Ben Hogan playing in the 1953 British Open at Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland from July 6 - July 10