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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 243
I F YOU’RE only going to have one PGA Tour victory in your career, it might as well be a major. Micheel was ranked 169th in the world when he fronted up with low expectations at the 2003 US Open at Oak Hill. But four solid rounds, including a pressure-laden par 70 in the final round, were enough to see off second-placed Chad Campbell by two strokes. Micheel never won another professional event, though he did come close at the 2006 PGA Championship, where he finished runner-up behind Tiger Woods. T ECHNICALLY, Tod d Hamilton is a PGA Tour two-hit wonder, given he won twice in 2004 – first at the Honda Classic and then a career-defining victory at The Open Championship (which counts on the PGA Tour). And he did have success in Japan. But Hamilton was barely seen near the top of a leaderboard again after his win over Ernie Els in a four-hole playoff at Royal Troon. In his subsequent 187 Tour starts he missed the cut 111 times and recorded just three top 10s, before finally losing his card in 2010. SHAUN MICHEEL TODD HAMILTON
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