Scores and Earnings from the Greater Milwaukee Open

By Golf Channel DigitalJuly 13, 2003, 4:00 pm

 

Greater Milwaukee Open
Purse $3,500,000
Brown Deer Park GC
MILWAUKEE, Wis.
 

 

Par 70
Yardage 6759

 
Kenny Perry 1 69-67-66-66 268 $630,000.00
Steve Allan T2 69-66-68-66 269 $308,000.00
Heath Slocum T2 72-63-68-66 269 $308,000.00
Brett Quigley 4 66-67-72-65 270 $168,000.00
Billy Mayfair T5 67-72-67-66 272 $118,650.00
Dennis Paulson T5 68-69-69-66 272 $118,650.00
Chris Smith T5 72-69-67-64 272 $118,650.00
Jeff Gallagher T5 73-66-67-66 272 $118,650.00
Brenden Pappas T5 72-68-63-69 272 $118,650.00
Hal Sutton T10 69-70-67-67 273 $91,000.00
Spike McRoy T10 69-70-69-65 273 $91,000.00
Grant Waite T12 70-72-67-65 274 $68,600.00
Jerry Kelly T12 66-67-70-71 274 $68,600.00
Shigeki Maruyama T12 66-69-69-70 274 $68,600.00
Todd Fischer T12 69-68-68-69 274 $68,600.00
Richard S. Johnson T12 69-69-69-67 274 $68,600.00
Tommy Armour III T17 67-68-70-70 275 $52,500.00
Loren Roberts T17 69-66-70-70 275 $52,500.00
Kent Jones T17 67-71-69-68 275 $52,500.00
Joel Edwards T20 66-69-70-71 276 $36,500.00
Paul Goydos T20 70-69-70-67 276 $36,500.00
J.P. Hayes T20 71-67-69-69 276 $36,500.00
Dicky Pride T20 72-69-70-65 276 $36,500.00
Notah Begay III T20 67-72-68-69 276 $36,500.00
Jason Gore T20 69-72-72-63 276 $36,500.00
Hunter Mahan T20 70-70-68-68 276 $36,500.00
Robert Gamez T27 69-68-73-67 277 $24,850.00
Rocco Mediate T27 69-69-68-71 277 $24,850.00
David Peoples T27 70-72-67-68 277 $24,850.00
Danny Ellis T27 72-68-68-69 277 $24,850.00
Arron Oberholser T27 69-68-70-70 277 $24,850.00
Jay Don Blake T32 64-68-71-75 278 $17,780.00
Olin Browne T32 72-70-69-67 278 $17,780.00
David Sutherland T32 69-69-71-69 278 $17,780.00
Mike Heinen T32 73-69-74-62 278 $17,780.00
Frank Lickliter II T32 70-69-70-69 278 $17,780.00
Mario Tiziani T32 73-69-66-70 278 $17,780.00
Carlos Franco T32 70-67-70-71 278 $17,780.00
Michael Muehr T32 68-70-69-71 278 $17,780.00
Harrison Frazar T32 71-68-66-73 278 $17,780.00
K.J. Choi T32 70-68-72-68 278 $17,780.00
Mark Calcavecchia T42 67-70-71-71 279 $10,752.00
Donnie Hammond T42 71-68-71-69 279 $10,752.00
Scott Hoch T42 73-65-71-70 279 $10,752.00
Corey Pavin T42 71-70-69-69 279 $10,752.00
Joey Sindelar T42 67-68-76-68 279 $10,752.00
Stan Utley T42 71-68-68-72 279 $10,752.00
Stephen Ames T42 70-71-71-67 279 $10,752.00
Pat Bates T42 69-70-71-69 279 $10,752.00
Greg Chalmers T42 70-70-66-73 279 $10,752.00
Patrick Sheehan T42 68-65-70-76 279 $10,752.00
Billy Andrade T52 68-70-70-72 280 $8,041.25
Jim Carter T52 69-70-69-72 280 $8,041.25
Dan Forsman T52 70-70-69-71 280 $8,041.25
Skip Kendall T52 73-69-67-71 280 $8,041.25
John Morse T52 69-70-71-70 280 $8,041.25
Kenneth Staton T52 66-72-74-68 280 $8,041.25
J.J. Henry T52 73-68-70-69 280 $8,041.25
Pat Perez T52 71-71-69-69 280 $8,041.25
Peter Jacobsen T60 68-72-72-69 281 $7,525.00
Kirk Triplett T60 65-74-70-72 281 $7,525.00
Willie Wood T60 68-72-71-70 281 $7,525.00
Greg Kraft T60 71-69-71-70 281 $7,525.00
Brian Henninger T60 70-72-71-68 281 $7,525.00
Andy Miller T60 71-70-69-71 281 $7,525.00
Mark Brooks T66 71-71-70-70 282 $7,140.00
Jay Delsing T66 70-69-71-72 282 $7,140.00
Doug Barron T66 69-71-68-74 282 $7,140.00
Hidemichi Tanaka T66 73-68-70-71 282 $7,140.00
John Senden T66 69-73-70-70 282 $7,140.00
Deane Pappas 71 69-71-72-71 283 $6,930.00
Tom Pernice, Jr. T72 73-68-70-73 284 $6,825.00
John Maginnes T72 72-70-70-72 284 $6,825.00
Steven Alker 74 69-71-76-69 285 $6,720.00
Gene Sauers T75 69-73-74-70 286 $6,580.00
Tom Scherrer T75 70-70-74-72 286 $6,580.00
Gavin Coles T75 71-70-74-71 286 $6,580.00
Kenichi Kuboya 78 72-70-72-73 287 $6,440.00
Bill Glasson 79 71-71-75-72 289 $6,370.00
Mike Hulbert 80 69-73-81-71 294 $6,300.00
 
Missed Cut:
David Edwards CUT 73-70 143
David Frost CUT 71-72 143
Kelly Gibson CUT 68-75 143
Dave Rummells CUT 72-71 143
Richard Zokol CUT 73-70 143
Jim McGovern CUT 70-73 143
Steve Stricker CUT 73-70 143
Mike Grob CUT 73-70 143
Gary March CUT 72-71 143
Jay Williamson CUT 71-72 143
Ian Leggatt CUT 68-75 143
Vance Veazey CUT 72-71 143
Kaname Yokoo CUT 69-74 143
Darron Stiles CUT 71-72 143
Joel Kribel CUT 71-72 143
Jason Caron CUT 75-68 143
Akio Sadakata CUT 72-71 143
Simon Nash CUT 69-74 143
David Ogrin CUT 74-70 144
Joe Durant CUT 69-75 144
Jeff Brehaut CUT 74-70 144
Tom Gillis CUT 72-72 144
Carl Paulson CUT 73-71 144
Mark Wilson CUT 71-73 144
Chris Anderson CUT 73-71 144
John E. Morgan CUT 70-74 144
Larry Mize CUT 74-71 145
Neal Lancaster CUT 73-72 145
Glen Day CUT 72-73 145
Mike Sposa CUT 70-75 145
Michael Clark II CUT 72-73 145
Todd Barranger CUT 72-73 145
Aaron Barber CUT 72-73 145
James H. McLean CUT 73-72 145
Jon Turcott CUT 72-73 145
Nolan Henke CUT 73-73 146
Tom Lehman CUT 71-75 146
Mike Standly CUT 71-75 146
Tim Herron CUT 71-75 146
Craig Barlow CUT 75-71 146
Alex Cejka CUT 74-72 146
D.J. Trahan CUT 73-73 146
Jason Buha CUT 75-71 146
Chip Beck CUT 73-74 147
Steve Pate CUT 73-74 147
Scott Simpson CUT 73-74 147
Dave Stockton, Jr. CUT 73-74 147
Paul Gow CUT 73-74 147
Taichiro Kiyota CUT 79-68 147
Cameron Yancey CUT 73-74 147
Ronnie Black CUT 74-74 148
Robin Freeman CUT 77-71 148
Jeff Sluman CUT 72-76 148
Jim Schuman CUT 74-74 148
Woody Austin CUT 75-73 148
Robert Damron CUT 76-72 148
Anthony Painter CUT 72-76 148
Gabriel Hjertstedt CUT 75-73 148
Gary Hallberg CUT 75-74 149
Steve Lowery CUT 73-76 149
Garrett Willis CUT 75-74 149
Nick Watney CUT 72-77 149
Brad Elder CUT 74-76 150
Jim Gallagher, Jr. CUT 74-78 152
Mark Carnevale CUT 79-73 152
Matt Gogel CUT 78-74 152
Yusaku Miyazato CUT 74-78 152
Mike Donald CUT 79-74 153
Sam Randolph CUT 78-75 153
Rick Heath CUT 76-78 154
Tony Arvold CUT 80-75 155
Rich Crim CUT 79-77 156
Paul LoCicero CUT 80-77 157
Mike Springer W/D 75 75
Brent Schwarzrock W/D 77 77
Brian Bateman W/D
 
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