Of all the names on the leaderboard that final day at the 2003 British Open, Ben Curtis was the least likely to be clutching the Claret Jug that night. So how did he do it?
The last two Open Championship winners were huge surprises ... and haven't met much success since their victories.
Ben Curtis is still trying to prove his British Open championship wasn't just a fluke.
The future of golf is in the 20-somethings, but the veterans aren't quite ready to hand over the keys just yet.
What Christmas gift do you get for the PGA Tour player who has everything? Bob Harig has some suggestions.
Women playing against guys? Tiger without a major? The 2003 season was a weird one, to be sure.
Ben Curtis has had many firsts recently, but getting married after the third round of the NEC will be the biggest.
If you are as obscure and unknown as Shaun Micheel, this is the perfect year to be leading a major.
All the club technology in the world wouldn't have done any good last week at quirky Royal St. George's.
When Thomas Bjorn stumbled late, Tiger Woods couldn't make the pars that might have won him the Claret Jug.