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Honour roll: ten years of highs and lows at the US Open

Whoever wins this year’s joust at Congressional Country Club will be joining illustrious company.

OF ALL THE Majors, the US Open is notoriously difficult to win, with the authorities seemingly going out of their way to make sure that the courses test the world’s bests golfers to their limits.

Over the last ten years, the tournament has seen some unforgettable finales. As we prepare for the final day at Congressional, we look back at the last ten years of the US Open.

Honour roll: ten years of highs and lows at the US Open
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  • 2001: Retief Goosen (Southern Hills)

  • 2002: Tiger Woods (Bethpage)

  • 2003: Jim Furyk (Olympia Fields)

  • 2004: Retief Goosen (Shinnecock Hills)

  • 2005: Michael Campbell (Pinehurst)

  • 2006: Geoff Ogilvy (Winged Foot)

  • 2007: Angel Cabrera (Oakmont)

  • 2008: Tiger Woods (Torrey Pines)

  • 2009: Lucas Glover (Bethpage)

  • 2010: Graeme McDowell (Pebble Beach)

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