In 1997, at his son Steve's 34th birthday party, Jack received the most memorable gift of all: a Bulls Eye putter, its face speckled with white paint. A broken pencil was jammed into the butt end of its grip. Nicklaus recognized it right away as the club he'd nicknamed White Fang, the putter he'd used on his way to winning the '67 U.S. Open at Baltusrol. After the championship, Nicklaus had stored White Fang in a bin in his Florida home; Steve, unaware of the club's significance, had picked it up and loaned it to a friend, who took his time returning it. White Fang now resides where it belongs: at the Jack Nicklaus Museum at Ohio State University.