2005 U.S. Open

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  Campbell
What does it mean? It's Maori for "stay strong," which is exactly what New Zealander Michael Campbell did in the final round of the U.S. Open. He shot a final-round 69 to claim his first career major, beating Tiger Woods by two. Story

COURSE: Pinehurst Resort
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LOCATION: Pinehurst, NC
2018 CHAMP: Retief Goosen - RSA, 276 (4-under)
START DATE: June 16, 2005
PAR2: 35-35--70
YARDS: 7,214
PURSE: $6,250,000
U.S. Open Leaderboard
POSPLAYERSCOREBY ROUNDEARNINGS
1Michael Campbell280 (0) 71-69-71-69
2Tiger Woods282 (+2) 70-71-72-69$700,000
T3Tim Clark285 (+5) 76-69-70-70$320,039
T3Mark Hensby285 (+5) 71-68-72-74$320,039
T3Sergio Garcia285 (+5) 71-69-75-70$320,039
T6Rocco Mediate286 (+6) 67-74-74-71$187,813
T6Vijay Singh286 (+6) 70-70-74-72$187,813
T6Davis Love III286 (+6) 77-70-70-69$187,813
T9Nick Price287 (+7) 72-71-72-72$150,834
T9Arron Oberholser287 (+7) 76-67-71-73$150,834
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Pinehurst No. 2
HOLE PAR YARDS HOLE PAR YARDS
1 4 401 10 5 607
2 4 469 11 4 476
3 4 336 12 4 449
4 5 565 13 4 378
5 4 472 14 4 468
6 3 220 15 3 203
7 4 404 16 4 492
8 4 467 17 3 190
9 3 175 18 4 442
Out 35 3,509 In 35 3,705
Total 70 7,214 Hole-By-Hole breakdown
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RESULTS
 • Campbell wins first major at U.S. Open
 • Goosen leads, looking for second straight title
 • Guess who? It's Goosen, Browne, Gore at Open
 • Browne, Mediate share U.S. Open lead
SCORES
 • Complete scores from the U.S. Open
FEATURES
 • Maisel: Rise of a champion
 • Wojciechowski: A long walk spoiled
 • Sirak: Nasty course, nasty results
 • Harig: Tiger's putter problems
 • Wojciechowski: 'Tin Cup' comes to the Open
 • Harig: The century club
 • Weekly 18: Second-half questions
 • What to look back on: Sunday
 • 'People's Pairing' bring excitement to the morning
 • Maisel: Wild Goose chase
 • What to watch for: Sunday
 • Wojciechowski: Winner, and still champion
 • Sobel: Jake doesn't flounder
 • Sobel: Gore-y details
 • Harig: Coulda been the contenders
 • Golf Digest: Winners and Losers
 • Sobel: The long road home
 • Maisel: The soothing Goose
 • What to watch for: Saturday
 • Sobel: Not-so-sweet 16
 • What to watch for: Friday
 • Wojciechowski: Moore's future stares him down
 • Maisel: What can Browne do?
 • Harig: Five alive
 • Maisel: 'A fueled fire'
 • What to watch for: Thursday
 • The secret formula
 • Sirak: Circle of life
 • Callahan: Paddy learns to belong
 • Herrington: Levin on the edge
 • Sobel: Breaking down the field
 • Harig: More than a coach
 • Hawkins: Sounding off
 • Rosaforte: Text book
 • Whitten: Walk in the park?
 • Fact or Fiction: Looking out for No. 2
 • Maisel: Reminiscing about Payne
 • McCleery: Memories in the mist
 • Feinstein: Tracey Stewart remembers
 • Weekly 18: Goin' to Carolina
FACTS
 • 2004 U.S. Open
 • Bay Area bound: Olympic Club gets U.S. Open in 2012
 • Pomp and circumstance: Pavin makes son's graduation
 • Local rule: Players can avoid Pinehurst sprinklers
 • U.S. Open field
 • U.S. Open past champions
 • Woods up early for U.S. Open first round
 • Clarke withdraws from U.S. Open to be with wife

 

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