I was cruising along with four holes to play and I said 'This is it, I've got the trophy in one arm' but unfortunately it wasn't in the otherCampbell wins Smurfit European Open Jul 07, 2002
I think the bottom line is, expectations for tomorrow are for the USA team to winWods, Duval narrow gap Nov 17, 2001
I had a birdie putt on the sixth hole and the next birdie putt wasn't until the last hole. It's one of those things you've got to pretty much be concentrating on being focused on what you're doing and just hopefully get things done properlyNew Zealand duo leads World Cup Nov 16, 2001
Michael Shane Campbell, CNZM (born 23 February 1969) is a New Zealand golfer who is best known for having won the 2005 U.S. Open and the richest prize in golf, the £1,000,000 HSBC World Match Play Championship, in the same year. He is a member of the European Tour.
Ethnically, he is predominantly Māori, from the Ngati Ruanui (father's side) and Nga Rauru (mother's side) iwi. He also has some Scottish ancestry, being a great-great-great-grandson of John Logan Campbell, a Scottish emigrant to New Zealand.
Campbell was born in Hawera, Taranaki. As a young child, he lived near his mother's Wai-o-Turi marae at Whenuakura, just south of Patea, and also spent much of his time with whanau at his father's Taiporohenui marae, near Hawera.