Photos for May 15, 2011

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K.J. Choi hugs his manager, Michael Yim after defeating David Toms in a playoff at No. 17.

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David Toms hits his tee shot at No. 6 on Sunday. Toms lost in a playoff with K. J. Choi.

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K. J. Choi, center, shares a laugh with his mananger, Michael Yim, left, and PGA Tour Commisioner Tim Finchem at No. 17.

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Rory Sabatini, Martin Kaymer and Spencer Levin walk off No. 17 on Sunday during the final round.

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K. J. Choi celebrates at No. 17 with a birdie giving him in the lead heading into No. 18.

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K. J. Choi with the trophy at No. 18. Choi defeated David Toms in a playoff.

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David Toms and K. J. Choi hug at No. 17 after Choi defeated Toms in a playoff.

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K. J. Choi pumps his fist after defeating David Toms in a playoff at No. 17.

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Tommy Bolt lines up a putt on the 11th green during the U.S. Open at Winged Foot GC in Mamaroneck, N.Y., on June 11, 1959.

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K.J. Choi pumps his fist after sinking a birdie putt on the 17th hole at The Players.

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Ben Hogan is seen during the 1953 U.S. Open Championship in Oakmont, Pa.

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K.J. Choi after winning The Players Championship.

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Ben Hogan, right, congratulates Jack Fleck, who beat Hogan by three strokes in an 18 hole playoff at the Olympic Club, Lake Course, in San Francisco, Ca., on June 19, 1955. The man in center, rear, is Isaac Grainer, president of the U.S. Golf Association.

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Golfers, from left to right, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Dr. Cary Middlecoff and Byron Nelson walk away from the second tee at the Olympic Club in practice round for the 1955 U.S. Open in San Francisco.

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Gary Player plays his second on No. 3 at the 1958 U.S. Open Championship at Southern Hills CC in Tulsa, Okla. Player was 22 when he played in this tournament.

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Tommy Bolt waits for word that nobody had bettered his 283 score at the finish of the 1958 U.S. Open in Tulsa, Okla. Bolt would go on to be deemed the winner.

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Tommy Bolt does an impromptu jig after sinking a putt on ninth green during the 1958 U.S. Open in Tulsa, Olka. Bolt would go on to win, he had a one stroke lead over Gary Player at that point.

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Arnold Palmer, left, who shot a 67 in practice round for the 1956 U.S. Open Golf at Rochester, New York is shown with his caddy, Joe Cambisi after a round.

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David Toms during the final round of The Players.

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Jack Fleck warms up before a playoff with Ben Hogan for the 1955 U.S. Open. Fleck shot a 69 to beat Hogan by three strokes in San Francisco.

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K.J. Choi during the final round of The Players Championship.

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Brian Gay hits his tee shot at No. 4 during the final round of The Players Championship.

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Graeme McDowell reacts at the fifth green during the final round of The Players Championship.

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David Toms hits his tee shot at No 4 during the final round of The Players Championship.

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Graeme McDowell hits his tee shot at No. 4 during the final round of The Players Championship.

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Graeme McDowell hits his tee shot at No. 5 during the final round of the The Players Championship.

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David Toms watches his tee shot at No. 5 while K.J. Choi prepares to hit on Sunday during the final round of the The Players Championship.

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Nick Watney at No. 3 on Sunday during the final round of the The Players Championship.

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Julius Boros, left, is presented the trophy by Totten P. Heffelfinger, President of the U.S. Golf Association, after winning the 1952 U.S. Open Golf Championship, at Northwood Club in Dallas, Texas, on June 14, 1952. Boros put together rounds of 71, 71, 68, and 71 to post his winning 181 total.

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Ben Hogan his trophy after winning the 1950 U.S. Open Championship at Ardmore, Pa. on June 11, 1950. Standing beside him to the right is Jame D. Standish, Jr., president of the U.S. Golf Association, and Hogan's wife Valerie, left.

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Ben Hogan, right, hugs his caddy, Dave Press, after winning the U.S. Open golf tournament in Birmingham, Mich. on June 16, 1951.

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Ben Hogan hits out of a sand trap on the 12th hole during the third round of the U.S. Open at Ardmore, Pa. on June 10, 1950.

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Hiroo Kawai of Japan launches a shot during the Japan PGA Championship at Onotoyo Golf Club in Hyogo Prefecture on May 14, 2011. Kawai is tied for the third round lead at 6-under 207 with South Korea's Bae Sang Moon.

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Darren Clarke after winning the Iberdrola Open.

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Graeme McDowell during Round 3 of The Players Championship.

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Graeme McDowell reacts to making birdie on the tenth hole during the continuation of the third round of The Players Championship.

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Phil Mickelson plays into the 18th green during the third round of The Players Championship.

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