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Sunday afternoon shock the world of golf. Angel Cabrera became the first Argentine in 40 years to win the majors. Not since Robert de Vicenzo back in 1967 British Open at Hoylake, (held off Jack Nicklaus with 3-wood on the final hole) the last golfer to do so. With Angel Cabrera victory, Americans failed to win the U.S. Open in four straight years making it the longest drought since John McDermott national championship in 1911. It’s apparent that Oakmont was a tough course to play in.