1913 U.S. Open: Francis Ouimet & Eddie Lowery 50 Years Later
Francis Ouimet Shocks the World at the 1913 U.S. Open!
1930 U.S. Open: Jones Wins Third Leg of Grand Slam
The 1914 U.S. Open was the 20th U.S. Open, held August 20–21 at Midlothian Country Club in Midlothian, Illinois, a suburb southwest of Chicago. 21-year-old Walter Hagen held off amateur Chick Evans by a single stroke to win the first of his two U.S. Open titles. It was the first of Hagen's eleven major championships.
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