The 1960 U.S. Open was the King's crowning moment, with a final-round 65 to win. But Ben Hogan declared, "I played with a kid today who should have won this thing by 10 shots" — referring to Jack Nicklaus. Two years later, Nicklaus took the title in Arnold's Western Pennsylvania backyard. It was working class vs. privilege, draw vs. fade, matinee idol vs. heavy, crew-cut kid. The rivalry evolved into a feud until the 1990s; now there's a genuine friendship...
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