Goosen


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Goosen

(ˈɡuːsən)
n
(Biography) Retief. born 1969, South African golfer: winner of the US Open Championship (2001, 2004)
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AKRON, Ohio Retief Goosen birdied the final two holes to win the Bridgestone Senior Players Championship on Sunday at Firestone Country Club for his first PGA Tour Champions title.
Established in 2003 as a partnership between fifth generation Prince Alfred's Hamlet growers of the Goosen Family, Denou Farming which owns the land is held by The Den Haag Werknemers Trust (51 per cent) and The Goosen Boerdery Trust, (49 per cent).
Michael Campbell and Retief Goosen are both former US Open champions, but, after celebrating landmark birthdays this month, they will be able to tee up in the Senior Open Presented by Rolex at Royal Lytham and St Annes from July 25-28.
MAJOR champions Jim Furyk and Retief Goosen were among the movers in the early stages on day two of the Valero Texas Open.
RETIEF GOOSEN returns to action in the Volvo Golf Champions this week after five months on the sidelines injured and the rusty South African looks vulnerable to a pair of Europeans in tournament match-ups at Durban Country Club, writes Steve Palmer.
ERNIE Els and Retief Goosen did battle at Fancourt again, but this time found themselves out-gunned by the new star of South African golf.
ERNIE Els and Retief Goosen did battle at Fancourt again, but this time found themselves outgunned by the new star of South African golf.
Professional golfer Retief Goosen split a decision with the IRS in the Tax Court that partly redetermined the character and source of his income from product endorsements.
Abu Dhabi South Africa's Retief Goosen won the professionals' round of the Emirates Airline Invitational, hosted by Abdullah Al Naboudah at the 7414 yard par 72 Yas Links Golf Course yesterday with a score of eight-under par 64.
RETIEF GOOSEN is looking for a big improvement on his season-opening performance when he tees it up at the Sony Open in Honolulu.
OAKVILLE: Australian Nathan Green ended a gloomy week in brilliant style by beating South African Retief Goosen on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff to win the 100th Canadian Open on Monday.
RETIEF GOOSEN is not known as a comic, but he is sure he gave his playing partners a laugh at Loch Lomond yesterday by making a total mess of his opening shot.