Final Scores and Earnings from Boston

By Golf Channel DigitalSeptember 6, 2005, 4:00 pm
2005 Deutsche Bank Championship
TPC of Boston
Norton, Mass.
Purse $5.5 million
Par 71

Olin Browne, $990,000 68-65-70-67--270
Jason Bohn, $594,000 68-68-67-68--271
Vaughn Taylor, $374,000 72-67-67-68--274
Charles Howell III, $216,562.50 72-67-69-67--275
Jeff Brehaut, $216,562.50 67-66-72-70--275
Joey Sindelar, $216,562.50 67-68-69-71--275
Carl Pettersson, $216,562.50 68-67-68-72--275
Brandt Jobe, $165,000 71-67-69-69--276
Fred Couples, $165,000 70-67-70-69--276
Mark Wilson, $126,500 67-70-71-69--277
Marco Dawson, $126,500 69-66-71-71--277
Brett Wetterich, $126,500 68-68-69-72--277
Bo Van Pelt, $126,500 71-69-65-72--277
Kent Jones, $126,500 70-71-63-73--277
Tim Herron, $70,125 70-70-73-65--278
Frank Lickliter II, $70,125 69-67-74-68--278
Rocco Mediate, $70,125 72-67-70-69--278
Justin Leonard, $70,125 71-68-70-69--278
Sean O'Hair, $70,125 68-71-70-69--278
Brenden Pappas, $70,125 71-68-70-69--278
Tim Petrovic, $70,125 68-66-74-70--278
Scott Gutschewski, $70,125 67-71-70-70--278
Brad Faxon, $70,125 74-67-66-71--278
Robert Allenby, $70,125 69-65-71-73--278
Billy Andrade, $70,125 66-68-69-75--278
John Rollins, $70,125 72-68-63-75--278
David Peoples, $39,050 71-70-69-69--279
Matt Kuchar, $39,050 71-67-70-71--279
Darron Stiles, $39,050 69-69-69-72--279
Justin Rose, $39,050 72-66-68-73--279
Jim Carter, $39,050 70-70-66-73--279
Jesper Parnevik, $29,150 68-68-75-69--280
Brendan Jones, $29,150 70-70-70-70--280
Dan Forsman, $29,150 68-69-72-71--280
D.J. Brigman, $29,150 72-68-69-71--280
Marcel Siem, $29,150 74-62-72-72--280
Doug Barron, $29,150 68-70-70-72--280
Briny Baird, $29,150 66-69-72-73--280
Tommy Armour III, $29,150 69-70-68-73--280
Craig Bowden, $20,350 70-68-73-70--281
Lucas Glover, $20,350 69-70-72-70--281
Glen Day, $20,350 72-68-71-70--281
Tiger Woods, $20,350 65-73-72-71--281
Billy Mayfair, $20,350 72-64-73-72--281
Franklin Langham, $20,350 71-66-71-73--281
Chris Smith, $20,350 71-69-68-73--281
Lee Janzen, $14,542 71-69-71-71--282
Greg Owen, $14,542 69-71-71-71--282
Carlos Franco, $14,542 66-71-73-72--282
Cameron Beckman, $14,542 71-67-72-72--282
Stephen Marino, $14,542 69-70-71-72--282
Todd Fischer, $12,636.25 71-70-73-69--283
Harrison Frazar, $12,636.25 69-68-75-71--283
Tom Byrum, $12,636.25 68-72-72-71--283
Charlie Wi, $12,636.25 69-72-70-72--283
Jonathan Kaye, $12,636.25 69-72-70-72--283
Trevor Immelman, $12,636.25 71-67-72-73--283
Bradley Hughes, $12,636.25 71-68-71-73--283
Steve Lowery, $12,636.25 66-69-74-74--283
Jonathan Byrd, $11,825 67-70-76-71--284
Ted Purdy, $11,825 71-66-76-71--284
Neal Lancaster, $11,825 69-71-73-71--284
Bob Heintz, $11,825 71-69-71-73--284
Tom Pernice, Jr., $11,825 73-66-71-74--284
Jason Gore, $11,825 69-67-73-75--284
Stephen Leaney, $11,275 67-71-76-71--285
Dennis Paulson, $11,275 72-69-73-71--285
Arjun Atwal, $11,275 70-69-73-73--285
Danny Ellis, $11,275 68-70-71-76--285
Joey Snyder III, $10,945 73-65-77-71--286
Will MacKenzie, $10,945 67-68-77-74--286
Paul Goydos, $10,725 70-69-73-75--287
Tjaart van der Walt, $10,725 70-70-72-75--287
John Senden, $10,505 75-66-73-74--288
Mathias Gronberg, $10,505 69-70-72-77--288
Robert Damron, $10,340 69-68-75-77--289
Steve Flesch, $10,230 67-72-75-76--290
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    Perez skips Torrey, 'upset' with Ryder Cup standings

    By Will GrayJanuary 24, 2018, 2:19 am

    Pat Perez is unhappy about his standing on the U.S. Ryder Cup points list, and his situation won't improve this week.

    Perez won the CIMB Classic during the fall portion of this season, and he followed that with a T-5 finish at the inaugural CJ Cup. But he didn't receive any Ryder Cup points for either result because of a rule enacted by the American task force prior to the 2014 Ryder Cup which only awards points during the calendar year of the biennial matches as well as select events like majors and WGCs during the prior year.

    As a result, Perez is currently 17th in the American points race - behind players like Patrick Reed, Zach Johnson, Bill Haas and James Hahn, none of whom have won a tournament since the 2016 Ryder Cup - as he looks to make a U.S. squad for the first time at age 42.

    "That kind of upset me a little bit, the fact that I'm (17) on the list, but I should probably be (No.) 3 or 4," Perez told Golf Digest. "So it kind of put a bitter taste in my mouth. The fact that you win on the PGA Tour and you beat some good players, yet you don't get any points because of what our committee has decided to do."

    Perez won't be earning any points this week because he has opted to tee it up at the European Tour's Omega Dubai Desert Classic. The decision comes after Perez finished T-21 last week at the Singapore Open, and it means that the veteran is missing the Farmers Insurance Open in his former hometown of San Diego for the first time since 2001.

    Perez went to high school a few minutes from Torrey Pines, and he defeated a field that included Tiger Woods to win the junior world title on the South Course in 1993. His father, Tony, has been a longtime starter on the tournament's opening hole, and Perez was a runner-up in 2014 and tied for fourth last year.

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    Woods favored to miss Farmers Insurance Open cut

    By Will GrayJanuary 24, 2018, 1:54 am

    If the Las Vegas bookmakers are to be believed, folks in the San Diego area hoping to see Tiger Woods this week might want to head to Torrey Pines early.

    Woods is making his first competitive start of the year this week at the Farmers Insurance Open, and it will be his first official start on the PGA Tour since last year's event. He missed nearly all of 2017 because of a back injury before returning with a T-9 finish last month at the Hero World Challenge.

    But the South Course at Torrey Pines is a far different test than Albany, and the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook lists Woods as a -180 favorite to miss the 36-hole cut. It means bettors must wager $180 to win $100, while his +150 odds to make the cut mean a bettor can win $150 with a $100 wager.

    Woods is listed at 25/1 to win. He won the tournament for the seventh time in 2013, but in three appearances since he has missed the 36-hole cut, missed the 54-hole cut and withdrawn after 12 holes.

    Here's a look at the various Woods-related prop bets available at the Westgate:

    Will Woods make the 36-hole cut? Yes +150, No -180

    Lowest single-round score (both courses par 72): Over/Under 70

    Highest single-round score: Over/Under 74.5

    Will Woods finish inside the top 10? Yes +350, No -450

    Will Woods finish inside the top 20? Yes +170, No -200

    Will Woods withdraw during the tournament? Yes +650, No -1000

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    Monahan buoyed by Tour's sponsor agreements

    By Rex HoggardJanuary 24, 2018, 12:27 am

    SAN DIEGO – Farmers Insurance announced on Tuesday at Torrey Pines a seven-year extension of the company’s sponsorship of the Southern California PGA Tour event. This comes on the heels of Sony extending its sponsorship of the year’s first full-field event in Hawaii through 2022.

    Although these might seem to be relatively predictable moves, considering the drastic makeover of the Tour schedule that will begin with the 2018-19 season, it is a telling sign of the confidence corporations have in professional golf.

    “It’s a compliment to our players and the value that the sponsors are achieving,” Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said.

    Monahan said that before 2014 there were no 10-year title sponsorship agreements in place. Now there are seven events sponsored for 10-years, and another five tournaments that have agreements in place of at least seven years.

    “What it means is, it gives organizations like the Century Club [which hosts this week’s Farmers Insurance Open], when you have that level of stability on a long-term basis that allows you to invest in your product, to grow interest and to grow the impact of it,” Monahan said. “You experienced what this was like in 2010 or seen other tournaments that you don’t know what the future is.S o to go out and sell and inspire a community and you can’t state that we have a long-term agreement it’s more difficult.”

    Events like this year’s Houston Open, Colonial in Fort Worth, Texas, and The National all currently don’t have title sponsors – although officials at Colonial are confident they can piece together a sponsorship package. But even that is encouraging to Monahan considering the uncertainty surrounding next season’s schedule, which will include the PGA Championship moving to May and The Players to March as well as a pre-Labor Day finish to the season.

    “When you look back historically to any given year [the number of events needing sponsors] is lower than the typical average,” Monahan said. “As we start looking to a new schedule next year, you get excited about a great schedule with a great group of partners.”

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    Day WDs from Farmers pro-am because of sore back

    By Golf Channel DigitalJanuary 24, 2018, 12:07 am

    SAN DIEGO – Jason Day has withdrawn from the Wednesday pro-am at the Farmers Insurance Open, citing a sore back.

    Day, the 2015 champion, played a practice round with Tiger Woods and Bryson DeChambeau on Tuesday at Torrey Pines, and he is still expected to play in the tournament.

    Day was replaced in the pro-am by Whee Kim. 

    Making his first start since the Australian Open in November, Day is scheduled to tee off at 1:30 p.m. ET Thursday alongside Jon Rahm and Brandt Snedeker.