We look back at what happened on this day in previous years in sporting history, with Michael Jordan and Jack Nicklaus in focus.
Jack Nicklaus was still an amateur at the 1960 U.S. Open, but he finished second at Cherry Hills and almost won the title as a 20-year-old.
Ahead of Jack Nicklaus' 80th birthday on Tuesday, we provide 18 facts on the Golden Bear.
Omnisport's golf experts Russell Greaves and Peter Hanson tackle the biggest debates in the sport as we head into an exciting new decade.
The debate has raged for many years but Rory McIlroy declared a clear winner between golf greats Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus.
Rory McIlroy was hailed as a "model of consistency" after the Northern Irishman landed the Jack Nicklaus Award for a third time.
After a short illness, Brian Barnes, who beat Jack Nicklaus twice in the same day at the 1975 Ryder Cup, has passed away at the age of 74.
Inspired by Naomi Osaka's solidarity with Coco Gauff at the US Open, we look at some of the greatest moments of sportsmanship.
Brooks Koepka could not land another major at The Open but his stunning season has earned him another place in golf's history books.
It was a memorable day for Norway's Viktor Hovland, who left Pebble Beach with a score of 280.