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2004 PGA Grand Slam of Golf

  • 20 Questions with the Grand Slam Foursome (11/22/04) — PGA Champion Vijay Singh's favorite musical group is Pink Floyd, while U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen is partial to Andrea Boccelli. As for movies, Masters champion Phil Mickelson loves "The Usual Suspects," while Open Champion Todd Hamilton likes "Hoosiers." Find out more about his year's Grand Slam foursome in our exclusive 20 Questions.
  • PGA Grand Slam of Golf returns to Thanksgiving week (08/27/04) — The 22nd PGA Grand Slam of Golf, the most difficult qualifying event in the game, will return to Monday through Wednesday of Thanksgiving week, Nov. 22-24, at Poipu Bay Golf Course and Hyatt Regency Kauai Resort & Spa in Kauai, Hawaii.
  • PGA winner Singh completes Grand Slam field (08/20/04) — Vijay Singh didn't make a birdie during regulation play in the final round at Whistling Straits, but he made a huge one on the first of three playoff holes to defeat Justin Leonard and Chris DiMarco and win the 86th PGA Championship.
  • Goosen shines at Shinnecock to earn Grand Slam bid (07/26/04) — South Africa's Retief Goosen earned his second invitation to the PGA Grand Slam of Golf when he putted his way to the 104th U.S. Open title. Goosen claimed his second U.S. Open championship on June 21, holding back Masters winner and fellow Grand Slam invitee Phil Mickelson.
  • 'People's champion' Mickelson simply Grand at Augusta Nationali (07/26/04) — Phil Mickelson erased an 0-for-46 winless streak in major championships in April with a thrilling back-nine Sunday charge to win the Masters and earn a spot in the prestigeous PGA Grand Slam of Golf at Poipu Bay Golf Course at The Hyatt Regency Kauai Resort & Spa in Kauai, Hawaii.
  • Open champ Hamilton heading to Hawaii (07/23/04) — Todd Hamilton earned some mighty nice perks for winning the 133rd Open Championship at Royal Troon, not the least of which was a free trip to Poipu Bay Golf Course in Kauai, Hawaii, for the exclusive PGA Grand Slam of Golf. Hamilton, a PGA Tour rookie who defeated Ernie Els in a four-hole playoff to win the claret jug, joins Masters champion Phil Mickelson and U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen in the one-of-kind event that brings together the year's four major championship winners.

2003 PGA Grand Slam of Golf

  • News Conference Transcript: Jim Furyk, Mike Weir, Ben Curtis, Shaun Micheel
  • News Conference Transcript: Jim Furyk, Mike Weir, Ben Curtis, Shaun Micheel
  • Jim dandy on first day (12/5/03) — Jim Furyk loves Hawaii so much he built a second home there recently. If he continues to play the way he did Friday in the first round of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, that second home might become his first.
  • Master of the Majors (12/4/03) — Predicting the outcome of a golf tournament is a mission of impossible proportions. But when the field includes only four players -- major championship winners, at that -- you're chances improve dramatically. Especially when you have history on your side.
  • 20 questions(12/1/03) — When was the last time Masters champion Mike Weir paid for a golf ball? Or what's Jim Furyk's favorite golf hole, Ben Curtis' dream foursome, or Shaun Micheel's favorite club? Find out in our exclusive 20 Questions with this year's PGA Grand Slam participants and caddies.
  • Scaling golf's major mountains(12/1/03) — Four times a year golf's best gather to try and climb that final rung to greatness on the ladder that will define their career. Jim Huber, Turner Sports' Emmy Award-winning essayist, examines what separates a major champion from the rest.
  • Left alone to flourish(12/1/03) — When Mike Weir was a promising junior in his native Canada, he wrote a letter to the great Jack Nicklaus asking if a young left-hander should try to learn the game right-handed.
  • Furyk finds home in Hawaii (12/1/03) — Considering the career success he's enjoyed in Hawaii -- two wins and nearly $2 million in winnings since he joined the PGA Tour in 1994 -- it should come as no surprise that U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk and his wife built a second home on the island of Maui.

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