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2019
Men America
BMW Ch'ship (US)
Thomas, Justin
263 (-25)
Played as the BMW Championship (Aug 15-18; second of three FedEx Cup playoff events). Second-placed Patrick Cantlay (USA) finished 3 shots behind Thomas (USA). [No.3 course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
2012
Team Events
Europe
14.5 - 13.5
The Ryder Cup (39th) (Sept 28-30). USA vs Europe. 12 top professionals per team competing in 2x four foursomes, 2x four fourballs and twelve singles. Result: Europe 14.5, USA 13.5. Non-playing captains: José María Olazábal (Esp/Europe); Davis Love III (USA). [No.3 course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
SUNDAY SINGLES (twelve 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Bubba Watson lost to Luke Donald (Eng) 2&1; Webb Simpson lost to Ian Poulter (Eng) 2 holes; Keegan Bradley lost to Rory McIlroy (N.Ire) 2&1; Phil Mickelson lost to Justin Rose (Eng) 1 hole; Brandt Snedeker lost to Paul Lawrie (Scot) 5&3; Dustin Johnson bt Nicolas Colsaerts (Belg) 3&2; Zach Johnson bt Graeme McDowell (N.Ire); Jim Furyk lost to Sergio García (Esp) 1 hole; Jason Dufner bt Peter Hanson (Swe) 2 holes; Matt Kuchar lost to Lee Westwood (Eng) 3&2; Steve Stricker lost to Martin Kaymer (Ger) 1 hole; Tiger Woods halved with Francesco Molinari (Italy).
NOTE: 6-10 down after two days, the Europeans won the singles 8.5 to 3.5 to complete an improbable win that was dubbed the "Miracle at Medinah".
2006
Men Majors
270 (-18)
The US PGA Championship (88th) (Aug 17-20). Second-placed Shaun Micheel (USA) finished 5 shots behind Woods (USA), who recorded his third US PGA title, and 12th major championship win. He surpassed Walter Hagen as the second most prolific winner of golf's major championships. [No.3 course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1999
Men Majors
277 (-11)
The US PGA Championship (81st) (Aug 12-15). Second-placed Sergio Garcia (Esp) finished 1 shot behind 23-year-old Woods (USA), who claimed his second major championship title. [No. 3 Course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1990
Men Majors
280 (-8)
The US Open (90th) (June 14-18). Irwin (USA) and Mike Donald (USA) tied an 18-hole playoff, both scoring 2-over-par 74s. Irwin won at the first hole of the ensuing sudden-death playoff, to record the last of his three US Open Championship wins. [No. 3 Course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1988
Snr Majors
288 (E)
The US Senior Open (Aug 4-7). Defending champion Player (RSA) beat Bob Charles (NZ) in an 18-hole playoff (Player 68, Charles 70). [No.3 course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1975
Men Majors
287 (+3)
The US Open (75th) (Jun 19-23). Graham (USA) beat John Mahaffey (USA) in an 18-hole playoff: Graham 71 (E), Mahaffey 73 (+2). [No.3 course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1966
Men America
283 (-1)
Played as the Western Open. Second-placed Gay Brewer (USA) finished 3 shots behind defending champion Casper (USA). [No. 3 Course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1962
Men America
Cupit, Jacky
281 (-3)
Played as the Western Open. Second-placed Billy Casper (USA) finished 2 shots behind Cupit (USA). [No. 3 Course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1949
Men Majors
286 (+2)
The US Open (49th) (Jun 9-11). Second-placed Sam Snead (USA) and Clayton Heafner (USA) finished 1 shot behind Middlecoff (USA). [No.3 course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1946
Men America
x
Played as the Chicago Victory National Open. [No. 3 Course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1939
Men America
281
Played as the Western Open. Lloyd Mangrum (USA) finished in second place behind Nelson (USA). [No. 3 Course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1937
Men America
x
Played as the Chicago Open. [No. 3 Course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].
1935
Men America
x
Played as the second Medinah Open, won by Harry "Lighthorse" Cooper (USA).
1933
Men America
x
Played as the Illinois Open, won by Harry "Lighthorse" Cooper (USA).
1930
Men America
x
Played as the inaugural Medinah Open, won by Harry "Lighthorse" Cooper (USA).
 

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