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1995 U.S. Open (golf)

1995 U.S. Open
Tournament information
Dates June 15–18, 1995
Location Shinnecock Hills, New York
Course(s) Shinnecock Hills Golf Club
Tour(s) PGA Tour
Statistics
Par 70
Length 6,944 yards (6,350 m)[1]
Field 156 players, 73 after cut
Cut 146 (+6)
Prize fund $2.0 million
Winner's share $350,000
Champion
Corey Pavin
280 (E)
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The 1995 U.S. Open was the 95th U.S. Open, held June 15–18 at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, New York. Corey Pavin won his only major championship, two strokes ahead of runner-up Greg Norman.

Norman began the tournament with rounds of 68-67 before falling back to 74 in the third round, while Tom Lehman fired a third-round 67 to tie Norman for the 54-hole lead. Pavin was three back after rounds of 72-69-71. Norman and Lehman were still tied at the turn, but then Lehman bogeyed 11 and Norman bogeyed 12. Pavin had recorded a birdie at 12, which brought him into a tie with Norman, Lehman, and Bob Tway. Norman and Tway each then suffered bogeys, while Pavin took sole possession of the lead with a birdie at 15. Even with a Norman birdie at the 15th, his first since the opening hole of the third round, nobody could catch Pavin. He sealed the victory with a 4-wood approach to the 18th, running across the fairway as the ball was in the air and raising his hands in triumph after it landed on the green. He carded a 68 and a 280 total, two shots ahead of Norman, who shot a 73.

In the final round, Neal Lancaster set a new tournament record with a 29 on the back-nine. Tiger Woods, the reigning U.S. Amateur champion, played in his first U.S. Open but withdrew during the second round with a wrist injury.

This was the third U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills; it previously hosted in 1896 and 1986. It returned nine years later in 2004.

Course layout

Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
Yards 394 226 453 408 535 471 188 367 447 3,489 409 158 472 377 444 415 544 186 450 3,455 6,944
Par 4 3 4 4 5 4 3 4 4 35 4 3 4 4 4 4 5 3 4 35 70

Source:[1]

Lengths of the course for previous major championships:

Television

After an absence of thirty years, NBC Sports returned as the broadcaster of the U.S. Open in the United States.[2] The event was previously carried by ABC Sports for 29 years, from 1966 to 1994.[3]

Round summaries

First round

Thursday, June 15, 1995
Place Player Country Score To par
1 Nick Price  Zimbabwe 66 –4
2 Scott Simpson  United States 67 –3
T3 Phil Mickelson  United States 68 –2
Greg Norman  Australia
T5 Bill Glasson  United States 69 –1
Steve Lowery  United States
Jeff Maggert  United States
Masashi Ozaki  Japan
Bob Tway  United States
Fuzzy Zoeller  United States

Second round

Friday, June 16, 1995
Place Player Country Score To par
1 Greg Norman  Australia 68-67=135 –5
2 Masashi Ozaki  Japan 69-68=137 –3
T3 Phil Mickelson  United States 68-70=138 –2
Bob Tway  United States 69-69=138
T5 Bill Glasson  United States 69-70=139 –1
Nick Price  Zimbabwe 66-73=139
T7 Curt Byrum  United States 70-70=140 E
Nick Faldo  England 72-68=140
Davis Love III  United States 72-68=140
Mark Roe  England 71-69=140

Amateurs: Courville (+9), Tidland (+9), Woods (WD).

Third round

Saturday, June 17, 1995
Place Player Country Score To par
T1 Tom Lehman  United States 70-72-67=209 –1
Greg Norman  Australia 68-67-74=209
T3 Phil Mickelson  United States 68-70-72=210 E
Bob Tway  United States 69-69-72=210
T5 Corey Pavin  United States 72-69-71=212 +2
Nick Price  Zimbabwe 66-73-73=212
Steve Stricker  United States 71-70-71=212
Scott Verplank  United States 72-69-71=212
Ian Woosnam  Wales 72-71-69=212
T10 Davis Love III  United States 72-68-73=213 +3
Vijay Singh  Fiji 70-71-72=213

Final round

Sunday, June 18, 1995
Place Player Country Score To par Money ($)
1 Corey Pavin  United States 72-69-71-68=280 E 350,000
2 Greg Norman  Australia 68-67-74-73=282 +2 207,000
3 Tom Lehman  United States 70-72-67-74=283 +3 131,974
T4 Bill Glasson  United States 69-70-76-69=284 +4 66,633
Jay Haas  United States 70-73-72-69=284
Neal Lancaster  United States 70-72-77-65=284
Davis Love III  United States 72-68-73-71=284
Jeff Maggert  United States 69-72-77-66=284
Phil Mickelson  United States 68-70-72-74=284
T10 Frank Nobilo  New Zealand 72-72-70-71=285 +5 44,184
Vijay Singh  Fiji 70-71-72-72=285
Bob Tway  United States 69-69-72-75=285

References

  1. ^ a b "1995 U.S. Open". Eugene Register-Guard. June 15, 1995. p. 2D. 
  2. ^ Bingham, Walter (June 26, 1995). "Enough Already". Sports Illustrated: G22. 
  3. ^ Rosaforte, Tim (June 27, 1994). "See Ya Later". Sports Illustrated: 49. 

External links

  • About.com: 1995 U.S. Open
  • USOpen.com – 1995
Preceded by
1995 Masters
Major Championships Succeeded by
1995 Open Championship

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