Brooks Koepka caps record week with US Open title

PGA RELEASE ERIN, Wis. — Brooks Koepka traveled around the world to find his game. He found stardom right at home as the U.S. Open champion. Koepka broke away from a tight pack with three straight birdies on the back nine Sunday at Erin Hills and closed with a 5-under...

THIS DAY IN SPORTS-(1960) Nerves of Steel

NEW YORK TIMES-1960 DENVER-Golf’s man of steel won the United States Open championship today. Refusing to concede defeat when he trailed by seven strokes going into the final round, Arnold Palmer scored an incredible closing 65 for the greatest winning finish...

THIS DAY IN SPORTS-JUNE 17: Nicklaus Repels an Army

NEW YORK TIMES-1962 OAKMONT, Pa.-Jack Nicklaus, a 22-year-old rookie professional, beat Arnold Palmer by three strokes in an 18-hole golf playoff today and won the sixty-second United States Open championship. Nicklaus scored a par 71, Palmer a 74. Although the husky...

THIS DAY IN SPORTS-JUNE 16: Hogan Tames the Monster

NEW YORK TIMES-1951 BIRMINGHAM, Mich.-Ben Hogan is still the champion. In another great comeback, the little Texan retained the United States Open golf title by closing with a 67 at the enormously difficult Oakland Hills Country Club to finish with a 72- hole...

INDIANA BOYS AND GIRLS ALL-STATE GOLF

Boy’s All-State Mitch Davis — Chesterton Austin Vukovits, — Cathedral Luke Kelly — Brownsburg Kevin Stone — Carmel Cole Bradley — Harrison Tate Heintzelman-Dee — South Bend St. Joe Clay Merchent — Noblesville Keegan...

CENTER GROVE WINS STATE GOLF TITLE-FINAL SCORES

INDIANA STATE GOLF FINALS TEAM SCORES Center Grove                                   573 Carmel                                               586 Westfield                                           594 Noblesville                                        598 Columbus...