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Olympia Fields CC
Matteson, Illinois, USA 12 Jun 2003 - 15 Jun 2003
Leaney in Pursuit of Furyk in US Open Championship
Stephen Leaney of Australia conjured up a towering birdie at the last hole to force his way into contention for the 103rd US Open Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club, Matteson, Illinois.
Jacobson and Romero in contention in The 103rd US Open Championship
Sweden's Fredrik Jacobson and Eduardo Romero of Argentina flew the flag for The European Tour in the 103rd US Open Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club, Illinois, moving jointly into contention in the early stages of the second round.
Singh and Furyk share lead at halfway stage in The 103rd US Open Championship
European Tour Honorary Member Vijay Singh came within a whisker of creating golfing history as he enjoyed a glorious afternoon in Illinois to move into a share of the lead with Jim Furyk at the halfway stage of the 103rd US Open Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club.
Furyk Wins US Open Championship by three from Leaney
Jim Furyk captured the 103rd US Open Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club, Matteson, Illinois, as a European Tour Member, in the guise of an inspired Stephen Leaney of Australia, finished second and three others, Ernie Els, Fredrik Jacobson and Justin Rose, tied for fifth.
Strong European Tour Contingent to Contest the 103rd US Open Championship
Two years ago Retief Goosen flew the flag for The European Tour when he captured the US Open Championship at Southern Hills Country Club en route to winning the Volvo Order of Merit for the first of two occasions, and he heads another strong European Tour challenge for this year's tournament at Olympia Fields Country Club in Chicago.
Leaney leads way as European Tour Members flourish in US Open Championship
Australia’s Stephen Leaney led the way as seven European Tour Members broke par in the first round of the 103rd US Open Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club in Illinois. Leaney carded a superb three under par 67 to share fifth, two behind leaders Brett Quigley and a resurgent Tom Watson, while debutants Tim Clark and Fredrik Jacobson, Ryder Cup golfers Sergio Garcia, Padraig Harrington and Colin Montgomerie, and two time champion Ernie Els carded 69s.
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