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Bethpage State Park
Farmingdale, New York, USA 13 Jun 2002 - 16 Jun 2002
Woods sets the standard once again in the US Open at Bethpage
Once again in a Major Championship, World Number One Tiger Woods set the standard the rest of the field had to try and attain as the second round of the 102nd US Open Championship unfolded at Bethpage State Park in Farmingdale, New York.
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Record European Tour Numbers head for Bethpage
A record 29 European Tour Members will take part in the US Open Championship, which is being played for the first time at Bethpage State Park’s Black Course, Farmingdale, New York, this week.
Garcia heads European Tour challenge at Bethpage as Woods leads US Open
Sergio Garcia got The European Tour challenge for the 102nd US Open Championship off to the best possible start with an excellent opening two under par 68 on the daunting Black Course at Bethpage State Park in Farmingdale to lie only one shot behind leader Tiger Woods.
Heroic Harrington on the Tiger's tail in the US Open Championship
Padraig Harrington showed immense courage and determination to battle dismal weather and one of the hardest courses in US Open history to emerge as the main challenger to Tiger Woods after the second round of the 102nd Championship at Bethpage State Park in Farmingdale, New York.
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