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Golf Australia Express : June 2014
off a chasing pack that included Tiger Woods and eventual runner-up Phil Mickelson to win by a single shot, after holing a hand-rattling 18-foot par putt at the 72nd hole. Popular, charismatic and at the height of his powers, Stewart was taken from this earth just months later in a plane crash that killed six people, including his two agents and well- known golf architect Bruce Borland. Stewart will be honoured in a public ceremony early in US Open week, with his family to accept the USGA’s highest honour, the Bob Jones Award, on his behalf. One player who won’t be there to share that moment in North Carolina is Michael Campbell. The Kiwi came through sectional qualifying to reach the Open at Pinehurst in 2005 before launching himself from four shots back at the start of the final round and holding off a rampaging Tiger Woods to win by two shots. It had all the hallmarks of being a watershed moment for the 36-year-old, but turned out to be anything but. Campbell won the HSBC World Matchplay Championship a few months later and then plunged off a form cliff from which he has never returned. He made just five out of 10 the preview STEWART WILL BE HONOURED IN A PUBLIC CEREMONY EARLY IN US OPEN WEEK, WITH HIS FAMILY TO ACCEPT THE USGA’S HIGHEST HONOUR, THE BOB JONES AWARD, ON HIS BEHALF. Click below to relive Payne Stewart's 1999 US Open win at Pinehurst No.2.