Jack Nicklaus won four U.S. Open championships.
Marvin E. Newman/SI
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
1962 U.S. Open: Palmer was playing in his backyard, but a young Nicklaus proved he was the game's new dominant force

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1967 U.S. Open: An Army was against him, and so was the tradition of Ben Hogan's U.S. Open scoring record, but Nicklaus broke them both at Baltusrol with a classic last-round 65 that now establishes him as a golfer without peer

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1972 U.S. Open: Jack Nicklaus' final score will never reveal what he did at Pebble Beach. Defying wind, sand, grass and water, he took a memorable Open and a giant step toward the Grand Slam

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1980 U.S. Open: With his club on high. Jack Nicklaus celebrates the long birdie putt at 17 that certified his magnificent return to form at Baltusrol

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