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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