Scott Gregory introduced himself to golf fans around the world at this year's US Open with a disastrous first-round 92 at Shinnecock Hills. But if you thought that was the last you'd hear of the young Englishman, then think again.
Australia’s two-time Major champion on looking after golf’s old boys, picking a winner at Shinnecock Hills, and his final-round 67 to win the 1981 US Open at Merion – still regarded as one of the greatest final rounds in the event’s history.
Mike Davis and the USGA have taken their share of body blows for losing Shinnecock Hills, again, at this year's US Open. Judging by Tiger Woods' roundabout jab on Sunday, those punches aren't stopping anytime soon.