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2024
Men Majors
US Open
Jun 13-16
The US Open (124th) (June 13-16). [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
2019
Men Amateur
US Amateur
Ogletree, Andy
2 & 1
The US Amateur Championship (119th) (Aug 12-18). 21-year-old Ogletree (USA) beat 21-year-old John Augenstein (USA) 2 and 1 in the 36-hole final, to win the Havermeyer Trophy. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
2014
Men Majors
271 (-9)
The US Open (114th) (June 12-15). Second-placed Rickie Fowler (USA) and Erik Compton (USA) finished 8 shots behind wire-to-wire winner Kaymer (Ger), who became the first German to win the U.S. Open. Kaymer, Fowler and Compton were the only players to finish the tournament under par. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
2014
Wmn Majors
Wie, Michelle
278 (-2)
The US Women's Open (69th) (June 19-22). Second-placed Stacy Lewis (USA) finished 2 shots behind Wie (USA), who claimed her first major championship win. Making her 38th major championship appearance, Wie was the only player to finish the tournament under par. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
2008
Men Amateur
Lee, Danny
5 & 4
The US Amateur Championship (108th). Lee (NZ) beat Drew Kittleson (USA) 5 and 4 in the 36-hole final. Lee became the youngest ever winner of the US Amateur, surpassing Tiger Woods by 6 months. Lee birdied 13 of the 32 holes played in the final. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
2005
Men Majors
280 (E)
The US Open (105th) (June 16-19). Second-placed Tiger Woods (USA) finished 2 shots behind Campbell (NZ). Campbell, who gained entry to the tournament through a 36-hole qualifying competiton at Walton Heath GC in England - the first time US Open qualifying rounds were held outside the U.S. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
1999
Men Majors
279 (-1)
The US Open (99th) (June 17-20). Second-placed Phil Mickelson (USA) finished 1 shot behind Stewart (USA), who won this event for the second time. Less than five months later Payne Stewart died in a plane crash. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
1994
Snr Majors
Hobday, Simon
274 (-10)
The US Senior Open (Jun 30-Jul 3). Second-placed Jim Albus (USA) and Graham Marsh (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Hobday (RSA), who recorded his only major championship win. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
1992
Men America
Tour Championship (PGA Tr)
276 (-8)
Played as the Tour Championship (Oct 29-Nov 1). Second-placed Corey Pavin (USA) and Lee Janzen (USA) finished 3 shots behind Azinger (USA). [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
1991
Men America
Tour Championship (PGA Tr)
277 (-7)
Played as the Tour Championship (Oct 31-Nov 3). Stadler (USA) beat Russ Cochran (USA) with a birdie at the second playoff hole (par-3 17th), to end a seven-year winless streak on the PGA Tour. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
1989
Wmn Amateur
US Amateur (Women)
Goetze, Vicki
4 & 3
The US Women's Amateur Championship (89th). Goetze (USA) beat Brandie Burton (USA) 4 and 3 in the final. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
1983
Snr America
Funseth, Rod
198 (-18)
Played as the inaugural (and only) Hall of Fame Seniors Championship (May 20-22). Second-placed Charlie Sifford (USA) finished 9 shots behind Funseth (USA). [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1982
Men America
Hall of Fame Classic
Haas, Jay
276 (-8)
Played as the Hall of Fame Classic (Sept 16-19). Haas (USA) beat John Adams (USA) with a par at the second playoff hole. [No.2 course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1981
Men America
Hall of Fame Classic
Hatalsky, Morris
275 (-9)
Played as the Hall of Fame Classic (Sept 24-27). Second-placed Jerry Pate (USA) and D.A. Weibring (USA) finished 2 shots behind first-time PGA Tour winner Hatalsky (USA). [No.2 course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1980
Men America
Hall of Fame Classic
Hancock, Phil
275 (-9)
Played as the Hall of Fame Classic (Sept 11-14). Second-placed Scott Simpson (USA) finished 1 shot behind Hancock (USA), who claimed his only win on the PGA Tour. [No.2 course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1979
Men America
272 (-12)
Played as the Colgate Hall of Fame Classic (Aug 23-26). Defending champion Watson (USA) beat Johnny Miller (USA) with a par at the second playoff hole. [No.2 course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1978
Men America
277 (-7)
Played as the Colgate Hall of Fame Classic (Aug 24-27). Second-placed Tom Kite (USA), Howard Twitty (USA) and defending champion Hale Irwin (USA) finished 1 shot behind Watson (USA). [No.2 course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1977
Men America
264 (-20)
Played as the Colgate Hall of Fame Golf Classic (Aug 25-28). Second-placed Leonard Thompson (USA) finished 5 shots behind Irwin (USA). [No.2 course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1976
Men America
Hall of Fame Classic
Floyd, Ray
274 (-10)
Played as the World Open Golf Championship (Sept 9-12). Floyd (USA) beat Jerry McGee (USA) with a birdie at the first playoff hole. [No.2 course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1975
Men America
Hall of Fame Classic
Nicklaus, Jack
280 (-4)
Played as the World Open Golf Championship (Sept 11-14). Nicklaus (USA) beat Billy Casper (USA) with a par at the first playoff hole. [No.2 course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1974
Men America
Hall of Fame Classic
Miller, Johnny
281 (-3)
Played as the World Open Golf Championship (Sept 12-15). Miller (USA) beat Jack Nicklaus (USA) and Frank Beard (USA) with a birdie at the second playoff hole. Bob Murphy (USA) was eliminated at the first playoff hole. Miller recorded his tenth win on the PGA Tour. [No.2 course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1973
Men America
Hall of Fame Classic
Barber, Miller
570 (+2)
Played as the inaugural World Open Golf Championship (Nov 8-11 and 14-17; 144-hole event spread over 2 weeks, for the biggest first prize the game had ever known). Second-placed Ben Crenshaw (USA) finished 3 shots behind Barber (USA). [No.2 course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina; two of the eight rounds were played on the No.4 course].
1962
Men Amateur
Harris Jr, Labron
1 hole
The US Amateur Championship (62nd). Harris (USA) beat Downing Gray (USA) by 1 hole in the final. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
1951
Team Events
USA
9.5 - 2.5
The Ryder Cup (9th) (Nov 2-4). USA vs Great Britain. Ten top professionals per team competing in four foursomes and eight singles. Result: USA 9.5, GB 2.5. Playing captain: Sam Snead (USA); non-playing captain: Arthur Lacey (Eng/GB). [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
SUNDAY SINGLES (eight 36-hole matches; home player stated first): Jack Burke Jr bt Jimmy Adams (Scot) 4&3; Jimmy Demaret bt Dai Rees (Wales) 2 holes; Clayton Heafner halved with Fred Daly (N.Ire); Lloyd Mangrum bt Harry Weetman (Eng) 6&5; Ed "Porky" Oliver lost to Arthur Lees (Eng) 2&1; Ben Hogan bt Charlie Ward (Eng) 3&2; Skip Alexander bt John Panton (Scot) 8&7; Sam Snead bt Max Faulkner (Eng) 4&3.
E.J. "Dutch" Harrison (USA), Henry Ransom (USA), Jack Hargreaves (Eng) and Ken Bousfield (Eng) did not play in the singles.
1948
Men America
North & South Open
Penna, Toney
285 (-3)
Played as the North and South Open (Nov 2-5). Second-placed Sam Snead (USA) and Julius Boros (USA, amateur) finished 2 shots behind Penna (Italy/USA). [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina].
1936
Men Majors
3 & 2
The US PGA Championship (19th) (Nov 17-22). Densmore "Denny" Shute (USA) beat Jimmy Thomson (USA) 3 and 2 in the 36-hole final. [No.2 Course, Pinehurst Resort, NC].
 

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