US Open Results

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2011 US Open Results

2011 US Open Results

Rory McIlroy victory is the fourth-largest at the US Open and made him the youngest winner of the tournament since amateur legend Bobby Jones back in 1923. McIlroy dug his approach shot on No. 1 out of a divot to 6 feet for a birdie Sunday. McIlroy shot a 2-under 69 to close the four days at Congressional at 16-under 268, shattering a U.S. Open scoring records.

2010 US Open Results

2010 US Open Results

McDowell got into the U.S. Open by narrowly getting into the top 50 in the world at the deadline to avoid qualifying. He wound up with his first victory in America to go along with five European Tour victories, most recently the Wales Open last month at the home course for the Ryder Cup in October. He is sure to be part of the European team now, moving up to No. 13 in the world.

2009 US Open Results

2009 US Open Results

Lucas Glover won the 2009 U.S. Open at the Bethpage Black Course (Farmingdale, New York) by two strokes over Phil Mickelson, Ricky Barnes, and David Duval. He was a surprise winner of the event, being ranked 71st in the Official World Golf Ranking and never having made a cut in his three previous U.S. Open appearances. He shot a second round 64, tying the low round of the week with Mike Weir. After sinking a 3 foot putt for par on 18, Glover won by a margin of two strokes. The win propelled him to 18th in the world rankings.

2008 US Open Results

2008 US Open Results

After playing to a tie through 90 holes in the U.S. Open, Tiger Woods and Rocco Mediate marched to the seventh tee at Torrey Pines on Monday afternoon for a sudden-death playoff.

Tiger Woods held up his third U.S. Open championship trophy after defeating Rocco Mediate (just left of Woods) in a 19-hole playoff Monday at Torrey Pines Golf Course. Woods needed to birdie the 18th hole to force an extra hole, then won the title with a par.

2007 US Open Results

2007 US Open Results

Oakmont Country Club will host the 2007 US Open. Oakmont, located about 15 miles outside Pittsburgh is no stranger to the US Open Golf Tournament. The first US Open held there was in 1927 and has been held there a total 7 times with the last tournament taking place there in 1994.

The 2006 U.S. Open Championship had it all - intense action, stunning surprises and a dramatic finish. Phil Mickelson went into the final hole with a commanding lead, needing only a par to clinch the title. But after an unexpected double bogey, the lead slipped away from Lefty, and 29-year-old Australian Geoff Ogilvy took home the coveted trophy. How will the excitement unfold in '07? Be there at Oakmont Country Club to experience the 107th U.S. Open!

Winner shoots a 69 in final round and withstands challenges from Woods, Furyk. Angel Cabrera makes a par putt on 18 to become the leader after 4 days of battling fierce competition. His lead held up despite a late charge by Tiger Woods.

2006 US Open Results

2006 US Open Results

Winged Foot Country Club, site of the 106th U.S. Open golf championship to be played June 15-18, and memorable occasions from majors played there:

Winged Foot lived up to its reputation as a fierce test, as Ogilvy finished at 5-over par. Ogilvy, 29, becomes the first Australian to win the U.S. Open in 25 years, and the first Australian to win a major since 1995.

Geoff Ogilvy fought for four rounds, then watched Phil Mickelson double bogey the 18th hole, handing Ogilvy the 2006 U.S. Open title.

2005 US Open Results

2005 US Open Results

From June 13-19, 2005, Pinehurst had the honor of hosting the U.S. OPEN Championship. New Zealander, Michael Campbell won the National Championship with a score of even par. The resort became a part of American golf history when Payne Stewart captured the title in '99. Stewart's 15-foot putt on the final hole secured his 2nd U.S. OPEN title and marked one of the most dramatic and memorable moments in U.S. OPEN history.

Campbell's success in America took a huge turn in 2005, when he managed to hold of a charge from Tiger Woods at Pinehurst No. 2 in North Carolina to win the U.S. Open, the first New Zealander to win a major golf title since Bob Charles in 1963.

2004 US Open Results

2004 US Open Results

US Open began in 1913 and has evolved into America's most important golf event. Get into the action with the 104th US Open and witness the world's greatest golfers test their skills on the demanding Shinnecock Hills course.

South Africa’s Retief Goosen held his nerve to clinch the US Open for a second time, edging out Phil Mickelson by two shots with a closing one-over-par 71 on the last day of the US open.

Shinnecock Hills is one of the five clubs that founded the USGA. The club has the first and oldest clubhouse in the U.S., which opened in 1892 and was designed by Stanford White. Shinnecock Hills Country Club Golf Course in Southampton, NY is widely known as one of the most prestigious courses in the world. It is home to some of the biggest tournaments in golf. This narrow, links-style design was built on undulating terrain and will test all aspects of your game. There is one water hazard that rarely comes into play, but sand bunkers seem to be placed in all the right spots throughout the design. There are various shaped greens full of subtle breaks and severe undulations. All the fairways are defined by multiple cuts of rough, and if you find yourself in the long native grasses, you'll probably not make par on the hole.

2003 Winner or the 103rd US Open

Winner US Open 2003

Defending Champion: Jim Furyk
After entering the final round with a three-stroke lead, Jim Furyk shot 72 at Olympia Fields Country Club to earn his first major championship with a U.S. Open record-tying score of 272.

Shinnecock Hills Course History

The course opened in 1891 with 12 holes designed by William F Davis. Three years later, Willie Dunn Jr. completed the layout by adding six additional holes. Six new holes were built in 1916-17 in response to the railroad's demands that play no longer continue across tracks which ran through the course. The new holes, designed by Charles MacDonald, were built on newly purchased land north of the clubhouse. From 1929 through 1931, William Flynn built 12 new holes and altered all but one of the remaining six to form the course's current par-70 (35-35) layout.

Shinnecock Hills plays to a yardage of either 6,927 or 6,944, depending on the tee used at the 17th hole. The par-3 hole measures 169 and 186 yards from the two tee locations.

Two previous U.S. Open Championships have been held at Shinnecock Hills. In 1896, James Foulis defeated defending champion Horace Rawlins, 152 to 155, in the second ever U.S. Open. Ninety years later, Raymond Floyd edged Lanny Wadkins and Chip Beck by two strokes to win the 1986 U.S. Open.

Shinnecock is one of the five founding clubs of the USGA, which was formed in 1894.

US Open began in 1913 and has evolved into America's most important golf event. Get into the action with the 104th US Open and witness the world's greatest golfers test their skills on the demanding Shinnecock Hills course.

The club was built on land that formerly belonged to the Shinnecock Indian Tribe and many Shinnecock Indians assisted in the construction of the course.

The course is a narrow links-style design built on undulating terrain that will test all aspects of your game. There is a water hazard that rarely comes into play, however the bunkers seem to be well placed and there are various shaped greens with subtle breaks and severe undulations. The rough comprises of long native grasses that can cause many problems after a wayward shot places you in there. The Club is one of five founding members of the United States Golf Association (USGA) and boosts the first and the oldest clubhouse in the US. It was also the first club to allow women in its membership.

Shinnecock Hills

Yardage: 6,996 yards

Par: 35-35 – 70

Opened: 1891

Designer: Willie Davis (redesigned by William Flynn in 1931)

Shinnecock Hills plays to a yardage of either 6,927 or 6,944, depending on the tee used at the 17th hole. The par-3 hole measures 169 and 186 yards from the two tee locations.

Consistently ranked among the top-10 courses in the U.S., Shinnecock has proven in its three previous Opens that it can more than stand up to the best golfers in the world. At the two most recent Opens played here, the lowest winning total was Raymond Floyd's 1-under 279 in 1986.

Shinnecock was one of the first clubs to encourage females and juniors to participate. In fact, the first four U.S. Women's Amateur champions came from Shinnecock – Lucy Barnes (1895) and Beatrix Hoyt (1896-98).

Controversy surrounded the 1896 U.S. Open when the competitors threatened to boycott the championship if Willie Bunn, a Shinnecock Indian, John Shippen, who happened to be half African-American, were permitted to compete. But USGA President Theodore Havemeyer proclaimed the competition would go on even if Bunn and Shippen were the only to participants. That announcement ended any potential boycott and the championship proceeded with no further complications.

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