Retief Goosen
Professional golfer
Retief Goosen
Retief Goosen is a South African professional golfer who has been in the top ten in the Official World Golf Rankings for over 250 weeks between 2001 and 2007. His main achievements have been two U.S. Open wins (in 2001 and 2004) and heading the European Tour Order of Merit (money list) in 2001 and 2002.
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Golf-U.S. PGA Tour St Jude Classic scores
Yahoo News - 9 months
June 10 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour St Jude Classic at the par-70 course on Thursday in Memphis, Tennessee -5 Shawn Stefani (U.S.) 65 Noh Seung-Yul (Korea) 65 Tom Hoge (U.S.) 65 -4 Brian Gay (U.S.) 66 Dustin Johnson (U.S.) 66 Steve Stricker (U.S.) 66 Colt Knost (U.S.) 66 Miguel Carballo (Argentina) 66 Jamie Donaldson (Britain) 66 -3 Henrik Norlander (Sweden) 67 Wes Roach (U.S.) 67 Scott Stallings (U.S.) 67 Retief Goosen (South Africa) 67 Justin Leonard (U.S.) 67 Brian Stuard (U.S.) 67 Brett Stegmaier (U.S.) 67 Daniel Berger (U.S.) 67 -2 Chad Campbell (U.S. ...
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Vegas in tie for lead at weather-hit New Orleans
Yahoo News - 10 months
(Reuters) - Jhonattan Vegas of Venezuela surged into a share of the lead at the weather-hit Zurich Classic of New Orleans when the thunderstorm-delayed first round was finally completed on Friday. In pursuit of his second victory on the PGA Tour, the 31-year-old from Maturin birdied four of his last nine holes to shoot an eight-under-par 64 on a rain-softened layout at the TPC Louisiana. Veteran South African Retief Goosen opened with a 65, Swede Henrik Norlander returned a 66 and Australian Geoff Ogilvy was among a group of 12 players bunched at 67.
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Golf-European Tour Latest South African Open leaderboard
Yahoo News - about 1 year
Jan 9 (Infostrada Sports) - Latest leaderboard in the third round from the European Tour South African Open at the par-72 course on Saturday in Ekurhuleni holesplayed rounds -10 Brandon Stone (South Africa) 11 71 67 Daniel Brooks (Britain) 9 68 67 -8 Keith Horne (South Africa) 9 67 69 -7 Chris Swanepoel (South Africa) 14 70 71 Christiaan Bezuidenhout (South Africa) 11 70 69 -6 Jacques Kruyswijk (South Africa) 11 69 70 Renato Paratore (Italy) 17 74 69 Jbe Kruger (South Africa) 9 67 70 Justin Walters (South Africa) 10 68 70 -5 Retief Goosen (South Africa) 11 68 72 Craig Lee (Britain) 15 72 70 ...
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Golf-European Tour South African Open scores
Yahoo News - about 1 year
Jan 8 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour South African Open at the par-72 course on Friday in Ekurhuleni -7 Jaco Van Zyl (South Africa) 65 -6 Shaun Norris (South Africa) 66 -5 Jbe Kruger (South Africa) 67 Keith Horne (South Africa) 67 -4 Thomas Linard (France) 68 Justin Walters (South Africa) 68 Retief Goosen (South Africa) 68 Ross McGowan (Britain) 68 Estanislao Goya (Argentina) 68 Daniel Brooks (Britain) 68 -3 Anthony Michael (South Africa) 69 Laurie Canter (Britain) 69 Garth Mulroy (South Africa) 69 Nino Bertasio (Italy) 69 Branden Grace (South Africa) 69 Jacques Kruyswijk ...
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Riviera win would feel like a U.S. Open for Goosen
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
By Mark Lamport-Stokes PACIFIC PALISADES, California (Reuters) - Retief Goosen has won two U.S. Opens in a stellar career and the chance to claim a first PGA Tour title in six years at the Northern Trust Open felt like he was in another U.S. Open campaign. Tough scoring conditions all week on a firm Riviera Country Club layout have forced the players to keep grinding in major championship style, ideal territory for Goosen who is known for his gritty, ice-cool approach to the game. "I have the experience, but it's been quite a long time ago now, 14 and 11 years ago since I won a U.S. Open. Most of my tournament wins came on the tougher golf courses." Goosen, 46, has not triumphed on the PGA Tour since the 2009 Transitions Championship and he did not hesitate when asked what a victory at Riviera on Sunday would mean to him.
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Goosen keeps the lead at Riviera
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Retief Goosen made only two pars on the back nine Saturday at Riviera and survived a day of wild shots and bad breaks for a 2-under 69 to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Northern Trust Open.
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Northern Trust Open: Retief Goosen tries to hold off field
LATimes - about 2 years
It took until late morning for the sun to break through the marine layer overhanging Riviera Country Club.
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Retief Goosen holds lead at Northern Trust Open
Chicago Times - about 2 years
LOS ANGELES — Retief Goosen handled the tough conditions at Riviera so well on Friday that it brought back some fond memories.
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Timeline
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    FORTIES
  • 2015
    Age 46
    After firing an opening round of 66 (−6) at the 2015 Open Championship to place him into second place, he would stay in the top 10 for the first three rounds, but a final round 74 saw him fall into a 20th place.
    More Details Hide Details Two weeks later at the Quicken Loans National tournament, he took the 18-hole lead after an opening round −8, 63. But he stalled the final three rounds and finished 46th. Goosen is known for his extremely calm demeanor, a trait that has earned him the nickname "The Iceman" on the PGA Tour. He is also affectionately called "The Goose." The term unflappable is a term commonly connect with Retief because of his attitude on the course. Goosen's mother attributes her son's calm demeanor because of the effects left on Goosen after he was struck by lightning. Goosen is now married with a son and daughter, and has homes in Virginia Water, Surrey, England and in Lake Nona Golf & Country Club in Orlando, Florida, U.S. as well as retaining residence in Polokwane, South Africa. Goosen is friends with golf icon Gary Player and regularly plays in the Gary Player Invitational series to help raise funds for needy children in both China and South Africa as well as around the world.
    He held the lead at the 2015 Northern Trust Open for the first three rounds.
    More Details Hide Details A final round 75 dropped him to a tie for 8th finish. He was able to qualify for the U.S. Open via a local qualifying tournament, but missed the cut. He would continue to compete in several tournaments.
  • 2014
    Age 45
    Goosen finished 2014 making 2 out of 3 cuts, finishing 33rd at the CIMB Classic and 65th at the OHL Classic.
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    Goosen started off the 2014–15 PGA Tour season with a 3rd-place finish at the Frys.com Open.
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  • 2013
    Age 44
    Goosen showed hopeful signs during the 2013–14 season.
    More Details Hide Details Focused only on the PGA Tour, Goosen made 19 of the 26 cuts, including 14 straight cuts to finish the season, while earning over $825k.
    Goosen started his 2013 campaign internationally, finishing 20th at the Volvo Golf Champions and missing the cut at the Qatar Masters.
    More Details Hide Details Goosen made 9 starts on the PGA tour making 6 cuts, including 9th at AT&T National. He would reinjure his back at The Players Championship causing him to withdraw from the tournament. After months of time off, Goosen returned to action on the European Tour in September for two tournaments, finishing 63rd and 66th.
  • 2012
    Age 43
    Goosen started his 2012 campaign on the European Tour with three consecutive starts in January in South Africa.
    More Details Hide Details He finished 3rd in the Africa Open, and 16th in the Joburg Open before finishing tied second with Ernie Els in the Volvo Golf Champions, losing to winner Branden Grace in a playoff. Through the first three weeks of season, Goosen was second in the Race to Dubai. For the first time since 1999, Goosen did not play in the Masters, as he was outside the Top 50 in the OWGR.
  • 2011
    Age 42
    Goosen had to deal with back injuries for the entire second half of the 2011 season.
    More Details Hide Details At the end of the year, he had dropped out of the top 50 in the world rankings for the first time in over a decade.
  • 2010
    Age 41
    He finished his 2010 PGA Tour season with 10 top-10s, and over $3.2 million in earnings.
    More Details Hide Details In December, Goosen finished runner-up to Ernie Els at the South African Open in Durban. Goosen finished at 24 under par, one stroke behind Els. Despite a strong start to the season, with two top-3 finishes by January, Goosen ended the year with his worst season since 1995. Goosen withdrew from both The Open Championship and the PGA Championship after poor first rounds, citing injuries.
    Goosen finished 10th in the final standings of the 2010 FedEx Cup Playoffs.
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    At the 2010 Open Championship at St Andrews, Goosen finished 6th, breaking par in all four rounds.
    More Details Hide Details It was Goosen's 7th top-10 finish of the season. Goosen had his first top-3 finish of the season in August at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, his 8th top-10 of the season. After a 7th-place finish at the BMW Championship, Goosen played in the final group on Sunday at The Tour Championship with eventual winner Jim Furyk. Goosen finished 3rd on his own.
    On 27 April 2010, Goosen broke his toe while playing with his children. /The injury caused Goosen to miss the Quail Hollow Championship and The Players Championship.
    More Details Hide Details On 18 May, in an incident separate to his toe injury, Goosen injured his hand. This injury caused Goosen to miss the BMW PGA Championship, one of the premier events on the European Tour. Goosen returned to the PGA Tour in June at the St. Jude Classic, the week before the U.S. Open. He finished T15 at the St. Jude Classic. After the U.S. Open, Goosen flew to Canada to play in the Telus World Skins Game, where he won 5 skins. Two days after that, he played in the Travelers Championship, where he finished T5, his 6th top-10 finish of the season.
    A week later at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Goosen finished in a tie for 4th, his fifth top-10 in seven 2010 PGA Tour events, and his 11th top-10 finish in his last 14 events worldwide.
    More Details Hide Details The 4th-place finish moved Goosen to 15th in the Official World Golf Ranking.
    Goosen started his 2010 campaign in January with 3 consecutive top-10 finishes.
    More Details Hide Details He finished 6th at the SBS Championship, 4th at the Sony Open in Hawaii and 9th at the Qatar Masters. Goosen added a quarterfinal loss to Camilo Villegas in February at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, his best appearance in the event since 2006. Goosen had a good title defense at the Transitions Championship in March, where he finished 5th.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Age 40
    Note that the HSBC Champions did not become a WGC event until 2009.
    More Details Hide Details These figures are from the respective tour's official sites. Note that there is double counting of money earned (and wins) in the majors and World Golf Championships since they became official events on both tours. Green background for Tour's leading money winner. Yellow background for top-10 on Tour's money list. Professional As of the 2014 Honda Classic
    Goosen had another close call at victory during the 2009 FedEx Cup Playoffs at the Deutsche Bank Championship, where he was the 54-hole co-leader with Sean O'Hair and Steve Stricker, but he shot a final round of Even Par to finish T8.
    More Details Hide Details Goosen added 4 consecutive top 10 finishes in October and November; 6th at the Portugal Masters, 3rd at the Iskandar Johor Open, where he shot a third round 62, 9th at the Volvo World Match Play Championship and 10th at the WGC-HSBC Champions.
    Goosen added a 3rd top-10 finish in as many starts worldwide at the 2009 Open Championship at Turnberry.
    More Details Hide Details He contended for most of the week and had a share of the lead momentarily during the 3rd round. He finished the event in a tie for 5th, 2 strokes out of the playoff between Stewart Cink and Tom Watson. Goosen almost picked up his second PGA Tour win of the season at the RBC Canadian Open the following week. Goosen faced Nathan Green in a playoff after the two players shot −18 after four rounds of play. Goosen had a six-foot birdie putt to win the tournament on the first playoff hole but missed it. Green had a twelve-foot birdie putt to win the tournament on the second hole and missed it but it would not matter. Goosen had to sink a nine-foot par putt to extend the playoff but he missed it, giving Green his first PGA Tour victory.
    With his rededication to his game with his work with his swing coach, his newfound fitness regime and his renewed, refreshed sense of confidence, Goosen dramatically improved his statistics in 2009 from those of the 2007–2008 seasons before.
    More Details Hide Details He moved from driving distance from outside the top 100 to 82nd, to inside the top 40 in putting, 20th in scoring average and 49th in the all-around statistic. After a tie for 16th place at the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black, Goosen was in contention the very next week in Munich, Germany at the BMW International Open. He led after the first three rounds at 17 under par, two ahead of Bernhard Langer and three ahead of Nick Dougherty. On Sunday, Goosen did not putt as well as he did the first three rounds, only managing a 1-under 71. He finished the week in 3rd, four strokes behind eventual winner Dougherty. After a week off, Goosen was in contention the week before The Open Championship at the Barclays Scottish Open at Loch Lomond Golf Club in Glasgow. After a first round of 3-under par 68, he shot a second round 63, which was started by an un-Goosen like opening tee shot. He pulled out a 3-wood off the first tee, and barely got the ball airborne as Goosen topped it and put it in the right rough, as a couple of grouse scuttled for cover. It would not shake the unflappable Goosen as he would shoot a second round 63 to pull two clear of Adam Scott after two rounds. He shot a disappointing final round of 73 to finish in a tie for 6th.
    He then won his seventh PGA Tour title at the Transitions Championship in March 2009.
    More Details Hide Details He made only five bogeys all week on the tough Copperhead Course at Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor, Florida. He shot all four rounds under par, and finished at −8, to win by one stroke over Charles Howell III and Brett Quigley. His putting was exceptional during that week, making 55 of 55 putts from 5 feet and less, including a -foot putt for par on 18 for the win that fell in the left edge of the cup. Goosen credited Gary Player with inspiring him to rededicate himself to a new diet and fitness program. This win vaulted Goosen to number 22 in the Official World Golf Ranking, his highest position since November 2007.
    He started his 2009 season with two wins on two major tours.
    More Details Hide Details Goosen won his second event in four worldwide starts on the Sunshine Tour, at the Africa Open in January, where he came from behind with a final round 65 on Sunday to win by one stroke over four players and take the trophy. Goosen said he'd been struggling with his putting for the last few seasons, he put a belly putter in his bag for a few weeks to get his stroke back. He played with it for 3 weeks in January and February, starting at the Buick Invitational. He played well with it at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, where he was the 36-hole leader. He went on to finish 3rd for the rained-out 54-hole event.
    His best finish in 2009 other than the runner-up at the WGC-CA Championship, was at the other stroke play WGC event, the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, where he finished T4, two strokes behind winner Vijay Singh.
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  • 2008
    Age 39
    Goosen continued his good form from late 2008 into 2009.
    More Details Hide Details With two international wins in three months, it was a sign of good form to come throughout the season.
    Goosen won the tournament for his only win of 2008.
    More Details Hide Details The win also extended his streak of winning a professional golf event every year since 1995.
    Late in the 2008 season Goosen replaced Vijay Singh because of injury in the Asian Tour's Iskandar Johor Open.
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    His game was on the rise in late 2008.
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    In June 2008, he made controversial comments about fellow golfer Tiger Woods, alleging that Woods was faking the severity of his injuries at the 2008 U.S. Open.
    More Details Hide Details Goosen apologized for the comments saying he was not being serious when he made the claim.
    At the start of 2008, Goosen withdrew from the Qatar Masters as defending champion due to problems with his vision after undergoing corrective laser surgery ten days before the tournament began.
    More Details Hide Details He was forced to return to his home in London, England for further treatment. In March, he showed a form that had left him for almost a year and resulted in a tie for second at the WGC-CA Championship. He putted exceptionally well thanks to his old Yes! putter he won both his U.S. Open titles with and named "Tracy" after his wife. Before the tournament Goosen was ranked 40th in the world, which was the lowest he had been ranked since 10 June 2001 (a week before the U.S. Open).
  • 2007
    Age 38
    He was again a part of the International team at the 2007 Presidents Cup at the Royal Montreal Golf Club, just outside Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
    More Details Hide Details It was his fourth appearance in the event. He finished the week with 2 points, including a singles win of 2&1 over Jim Furyk on Sunday.
    However, after the Masters Goosen's best finish throughout the rest of the year was a tie for 15th at the BMW Asian Open, and he ended 2007 having slumped down to 26th in the world rankings.
    More Details Hide Details Goosen's statistics on the PGA Tour at this time were surprisingly low. He was outside the top 100 in ball striking, greens in regulation, driving accuracy, distance, and putting. But this was due mainly, Goosen said, to the swing changes he had made, his hiring a swing coach for the first time in his career, and how he had lost all confidence in his game.
    2007 was an average season for Goosen's standards; a victory at the Qatar Masters in January – when he finished birdie-eagle for the win, looked to be a sign of things to come along with being the European Tour player of the month in January.
    More Details Hide Details Goosen posed a threat on the final day at The Masters. He held the lead till a bogey on the par-three twelve, Goosen failed to rebound parring each of his six remaining holes. He finished tied for second, two behind Zach Johnson.
    But from early 2007 to late 2008 he had had a dip in performance.
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  • 2006
    Age 37
    Additionally, he has spent a long period of time in the top 5 of the Official World Golf Ranking, and in 2006 reached a career-best third place after a runner-up finish at The Players Championship to Stephen Ames and 5 other top 10s on the season.
    More Details Hide Details He also won on the European Tour at the South African Airways Open and at the Volkswagen Masters-China on the Asian Tour. He also won his match during the challenge season at the People vs. The Pros event.
  • 2005
    Age 36
    Goosen played in his 3rd Presidents Cup in 2005, at an event where he defeated Tiger Woods in Sunday's singles matches and finished with 4 points.
    More Details Hide Details The final score was 18½–15½ for the United States. Goosen has been a consistent player: he has won internationally every year since 1995, and also won a PGA Tour event every year from 2001 to 2005.
    His 2005 season included 8 top 10s, and over $3.4 million in earnings.
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    Even though Goosen threw away the U.S. Open in 2005 finishing T11, it was his worst finish in a major in 2005, finishing T3 at The Masters, T5 at The Open Championship and a T6 at the PGA Championship. he would win The International by one point over Brandt Jobe for his 6th career win.
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    In 2005 Goosen was in pursuit of his third U.S. Open and his second in a row, leading by three strokes after three rounds of golf at the Pinehurst No. 2 course.
    More Details Hide Details However, he disappeared in the final round with a score of 81 and he ended up finishing in 11th place. In an interview after his round Goosen said "I messed up badly. I obviously threw this one away."
  • 2004
    Age 35
    It was his second Tour win on the season and it secured him a career high 6th-place finish on the 2004 money list.
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    Goosen would win the Tour Championship in November 2004, coming from four strokes behind on the final round with a 6-under-par 64 to win by four strokes over Tiger Woods.
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    He only needed 24 putts on the day in what is remembered as one of the most clutch putting performances in U.S. Open history. 2004 was the start of the "Big Five Era" which is used in describing the era in golf where Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Ernie Els, Retief Goosen, and Phil Mickelson dominated the game of golf.
    More Details Hide Details The five switched up and down the top five positions in the Official World Golf Ranking; most notably Singh's derailing of Woods as the number one golfer in the world. The five stayed, for the most part in the top five spots from 2004 till the start of 2007. Nine majors were won between them many fighting against each other head to head.
    Goosen's second major title came at the 2004 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills.
    More Details Hide Details The USGA had prepared extremely tough conditions which were later argued by players as "unfair." The final-round scoring average of 78.7 was the second-highest since World War II, with only Goosen and Phil Mickelson finishing under par. He eventually won by two strokes over Mickelson as both men shot 1-over-par rounds of 71. Goosen had 11 one-putt greens on Sunday and 31 one-putts for the championship.
  • 2003
    Age 34
    Goosen played in the Presidents Cup for the International team where he scored 3 points for the week that ended with a tie because Tiger Woods and Ernie Els were involved in a playoff that was not over at sundown, so captains Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus decided that the 2003 matches would be a draw.
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    His 2003 season included 17 of 19 cuts made, 9 top-10s, a win and over $3,100,000 in earnings.
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    It was his lone win on the European Tour in 2003, though he had five other top-10s on the season. 2003 was the first season where he played most of his events in the United States.
    More Details Hide Details He picked up his 3rd tour win at the Chrysler Championship in October.
    In 2003, Goosen won his second Trophee Lancome title in its final playing.
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  • 2001
    Age 32
    Goosen was in contention in the U.S. Open in 2001 all week, and battled Mark Brooks and Stewart Cink during the final round.
    More Details Hide Details After Brooks had posted 4 under par, and Goosen was at 5 under coming up 18, Cink had a chance to win until he three-putted the 71st hole, leaving the battle for the trophy a two-man race between Brooks and Goosen. After Goosen hit his approach to 12 feet on 18, he had 2 putts to win and victory seemed imminent. Goosen put his first putt past the hole and was left with 22 inches for victory, but pulled the second putt across the right edge of the cup and was forced to make a putt longer than the one previous to force a playoff with Brooks. Goosen won the Monday 18-hole playoff by 2 strokes with an even-par 70 and Brooks shooting a 2-over-par 72. It was Goosen's first victory on U.S. soil. He would finish 47th on the PGA Tour money list with over $1,047,000 in a restricted season shared between the PGA and European Tours.
    This win secured Goosen the Player of the Month for June 2001 on the European Tour.
    More Details Hide Details He would add another win late in the year and win the European Tour Order of Merit and the Player of the Year on the European Tour.
    Two weeks after the U.S. Open win of 2001, Goosen won on the European Tour at The Scottish Open at Loch Lomond.
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    He won on the PGA Tour each year from 2001 to 2005 with six wins, and he added a seventh win in March 2009 at the Transitions Championship.
    More Details Hide Details After winning medalist at the European Tour's Q-School in 1992, Goosen played 3 seasons before winning his first event in 1996 at the Slaley Hall Northumberland Challenge. He won the Alfred Dunhill Cup in 1997 and 1998 with Ernie Els and David Frost.
    After his third win of the 2001 season, he rose to a career-high 11th in the world rankings.
    More Details Hide Details In 2002, he won on both the PGA Tour and European Tour for the second straight year, a feat that would last for three more years. He won a second U.S. Open in 2004, where he had 11 one-putts in the final round at a tough test at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. He then rose to his career high world ranking position of 3rd.
    He finished 2001 with three wins, 11 top-tens and the European Tour Order of Merit and followed it up with another in 2002.
    More Details Hide Details He also became the first non-European to win the Order of Merit.
  • 2000
    Age 31
    Goosen played in the 2000 Presidents Cup where the U.S. team won, but Goosen scored 2 points in total in his 1st appearance in the event.
    More Details Hide Details Goosen won four times on the European Tour between 1996 and 2000, before his breakthrough year in the United States with his 2001 U.S. Open win.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1996
    Age 27
    He nearly lost his chance at victory after three putting from 12 feet, missing a two-foot put on the final green, but managed to recover to make a playoff with the 1996 PGA Championship winner Mark Brooks.
    More Details Hide Details Goosen dominated the next day's 18-hole playoff, eventually winning by two strokes. Later that summer, he completed his second wire-to-wire victory of the year at The Scottish Open at Loch Lomond.
  • 1992
    Age 23
    He was medalist at the European Tour's Qualifying School in 1992 and enjoyed success on the Tour between 1992 and 2000, but it was not until 2001 that he made his name in America with a U.S. Open win on a very tough Southern Hills Country Club golf course.
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  • 1990
    Age 21
    Goosen turned professional in October 1990, following a win in the South African Amateur Championship of the same year in July.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1969
    Age 0
    Born on February 3, 1969.
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