Geoff Ogilvy’s career in photos

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Geoff Ogilvy's Career in Photos A closer look into the wins and life of Australia's highest-ranked player. Ogilvy's first PGA Tour win was in 2005 at the Chrysler Classic of Tucson.
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Ogilvy started the 2009 season with a bang, winning the Mercedes-Benz Championship at Kapalua.
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At the 2007 U.S. Open at Oakmont, Ogilvy shared a laugh with Woods. While he made the cut, Ogilvy finished a disappointing T42 in his title defense.
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Although he has a relatively mild personality, Ogilvy is not above making bold fashion statements, like these gold golf shoes at the 2007 Masters.
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Ogilvy stopped Tiger Woods's seven-tournament winning streak in 2008 at the WGC-CA Championship at Doral.
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Although he still gets back to his native Australia often, home for Geoff and his family is now Scottsdale, Ariz. He is a member of Whisper Rock Golf Club.
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After his win at Winged Foot, Ogilvy earned a spot in the 2006 Grand Slam of Golf in Hawaii. The event was played at Poipu Bay Golf Course.
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Regardless of how he became the winner, Ogilvy enjoyed the celebration.
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After Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk and Colin Montgomerie all fell apart on the final hole, Ogilvy stood as the winner of the 2006 U.S. Open.
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After chipping in on the 17th hole, Ogilvy made an up-and-down par from the front of the green on 18.
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A few months later Ogilvy found himself in contention at the U.S. Open at Winged Foot on Sunday.
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Ranked No. 52 before the start of the 2006 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship at La Costa, Ogilvy flew under the radar heading into the event. Each of his first four matches went to extra holes, including a comeback win against Mike Weir from 4-down with four holes to play. Ogilvy defeated Davis Love 4 and 3 in the final to earn $1.3 million.
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Ogilvy demolished the field in Tucson en route to winning his second WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. He defeated Paul Casey in the final. Return to Geoff Ogilvy Special Section