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Race To Dubai
Shinnecock Hills GC
Southampton, New York, USA 17 Jun 2004 - 20 Jun 2004
Goosen Leads Els and Mickelson by two at Shinnecock Hills
European Tour Members Retief Goosen and Ernie Els will go out in the final pairing for the fourth round of the 104th US Open Championship with Goosen holding a two-stroke advantage over Els and Masters Champion Phil Mickelson going into what is sure to be a classic final day at Shinnecock Hills.
Goosen Wins Titanic Battle for 104th US Open Championship
European Tour Member Retief Goosen won the 104th US Open Championship after a titanic battle with the reigning Masters Champion Phil Mickelson at Shinnecock Hills, a final round of 71 for a four under par total of 276 giving him a two stroke winning margin
Goosen wins a second US Open Championship
South African Retief Goosen repeated his 2001 triumph by winning the 104th US Open Championship at Shinnecock Hills by two strokes from Masters Champion Phil Mickelson.
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Goosen Leads European Tour Chase in 104th US Open
Five European Tour Members lie within the top ten at the halfway stage of the 104th US Open Championship at Shinnecock Hills with 2001 Champion Retief Goosen leading the challenge on four under par, two shots adrift of leaders Shigeki Maruyama of Japan and Masters Champion Phil Mickelson.
Cabrera in Three-Way Tie for the Lead at Shinnecock Hills
Argentina’s Angel Cabrera leads The European Tour challenge in the 104th US Open Championship at Shinnecock Hills having moved into a three-way tie for the lead on four under par but with six holes remaining of his first round after weather delays distrupted the opening day.
Cabrera Takes Route 66 to Tie for US Open Lead
Angel Cabrera joined American Jay Haas and Japan’s Shigeki Maruyama on four under par 66 at the conclusion of the delayed first round of the 104th US Open Championship at Shinnecock Hills, the big hitting Argentine completing his remaining six holes in level par.
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Goosen in the Hunt at Shinnecock Hills
Retief Goosen is in the frame for a second US Open Championship title after a sparkling four under par 66 took him to four under par and within two strokes of the early clubhouse lead held by Masters Champion Phil Mickelson, who also shot a 66.
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