Who won the 2009 US Golf Open?
2009 U.S. Open/Winners
Who won 2009 PGA Championship?
2009 PGA Championship/Winners
When was the U.S. Open at Bethpage?
In 2002, the Black Course hosted the U.S. Open, which returned in 2009, as well as the 2019 PGA Championship. Bethpage Black also hosted The Barclays, the event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs in late August, in 2012 and 2016. In 2025, Black will host the Ryder Cup for the first time in the park’s history.
When was the PGA Championship at Hazeltine?
The PGA of America brought the PGA Championship to Hazeltine in 2002. Rich Beem won the championship by holding off a charging Tiger Woods, who birdied the last four holes. It was one of the most memorable finishes in championship history.
Did Tiger Woods play in the 2009 US Open?
This was the second U.S. Open at Bethpage Black; the first in 2002 was won by Tiger Woods, also the defending champion. The 2009 edition was hit heavily by continuous rain throughout the tournament, and resulted in multiple suspensions of play.
Who has beaten Tiger Woods?
Tiger came off a strong win against Nick Prise, with a comprehensive 4&3 win over him. However, the 15-time major championship winner then lost to O’Hern. The lefty Aussie professional defeated Woods with a 3&1 win at the event.
Who beat Tiger Woods in a major?
Yang did the unthinkable by beating Tiger Woods in a PGA Tour Major Championship. Woods led the PGA Championship after Thursday. He kept the lead after Friday too. He then took a two-stroke lead going into Sunday’s final round.
Which is the easiest course at Bethpage?
The Green and Yellow courses are considered the two easiest tracks at Bethpage and best set up for the casual golfer. Green fees for the Blue, Green, and Yellow courses range from $23-43, which is much cheaper than the park’s two premier tracks.