Final Scores and Earnings from the AmEx - COPIED

By Associated PressOctober 17, 2005, 4:00 pm
Harding Park Golf Course; San Francisco
Purse $7.5 million; Par 70

 
(x-won on 2nd playoff hole)
x-Tiger Woods, $1,300,000 67-68-68-67--270
John Daly, $750,000 67-67-67-69--270
Henrik Stenson, $353,666.67 70-67-67-68--272
Colin Montgomerie, $353,666.66 64-69-69-70--272
Sergio Garcia, $353,666.66 67-69-67-69--272
David Howell, $187,500 67-67-74-67--275
Graeme McDowell, $187,500 69-70-68-68--275
Vijay Singh, $187,500 67-70-69-69--275
David Toms, $187,500 68-68-70-69--275
Stephen Ames, $140,000 72-64-71-69--276
Shigeki Maruyama, $115,000 74-69-67-67--277
Davis Love III, $115,000 71-68-71-67--277
Luke Donald, $115,000 70-71-68-68--277
Stuart Appleby, $115,000 71-65-69-72--277
Fred Couples, $87,333.34 74-69-66-69--278
Chad Campbell, $87,333.33 67-70-70-71--278
Jim Furyk, $87,333.33 68-67-71-72--278
Charl Schwartzel, $77,000 72-66-74-67--279
Mike Weir, $77,000 73-67-70-69--279
Tim Clark, $77,000 69-69-72-69--279
Bradley Dredge, $77,000 69-69-72-69--279
Ian Poulter, $77,000 67-70-72-70--279
Stephen Dodd, $77,000 70-68-70-71--279
Angel Cabrera, $77,000 69-66-72-72--279
Mark Calcavecchia, $66,000 67-68-74-71--280
Brandt Jobe, $66,000 68-71-71-70--280
Yasuharu Imano, $66,000 69-68-72-71--280
Billy Mayfair, $66,000 69-67-73-71--280
Fred Funk, $60,000 67-68-75-71--281
Phil Mickelson, $60,000 71-69-73-68--281
Adam Scott, $60,000 68-70-69-74--281
Kenny Perry, $57,000 76-69-69-68--282
Vaughn Taylor, $57,000 71-72-66-73--282
Jason Bohn, $57,000 70-68-70-74--282
Paul McGinley, $54,500 73-65-72-73--283
Sean O'Hair, $54,500 68-67-71-77--283
Niclas Fasth, $51,500 70-70-73-71--284
Peter Lonard, $51,500 73-71-69-71--284
Olin Browne, $51,500 67-74-73-70--284
Ben Crane, $51,500 70-68-76-70--284
Miguel A. Jimenez, $48,500 69-70-73-73--285
Rod Pampling, $48,500 67-71-76-71--285
Simon Yates, $46,000 73-68-70-75--286
Zach Johnson, $46,000 68-69-74-75--286
K.J. Choi, $46,000 70-71-72-73--286
Michael Campbell, $43,250 71-68-72-76--287
Kenneth Ferrie, $43,250 74-67-71-75--287
Stewart Cink, $43,250 70-72-75-70--287
Justin Leonard, $43,250 75-72-71-69--287
Joe Ogilvie, $42,000 71-74-68-75--288
Jyoti Randhawa, $40,500 70-70-74-75--289
Nick Dougherty, $40,500 71-74-72-72--289
Richard Green, $40,500 69-74-76-70--289
Jose Maria Olazabal, $40,500 72-72-76-69--289
Lee Westwood, $40,500 71-75-75-68--289
Nick O'Hern, $38,500 75-69-71-75--290
Mark Hensby, $38,500 72-74-71-73--290
Bart Bryant, $38,500 71-76-71-72--290
Gavin Coles, $37,500 71-74-75-71--291
Thongchai Jaidee, $37,000 73-72-73-74--292
Tom Lehman, $36,500 73-74-72-74--293
Scott Verplank, $35,750 72-69-76-77--294
Euan Walters, $35,750 74-72-75-73--294
Chris DiMarco, $34,750 71-75-73-76--295
S.K. Ho, $34,750 72-77-71-75--295
Ted Purdy, $34,000 71-75-75-76--297
Padraig Harrington, $33,500 74-72-80-73--299
Neil Cheetham, $33,000 77-78-72-76--303
Warren Abery, $32,500 80-77-75-74--306
 
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