Final Scores and Earning from the BellSouth Classic

By Golf Channel NewsroomApril 5, 2004, 4:00 pm
2004 BellSouth Classic
TPC at Sugarloaf
Duluth, Georgia
Purse $4,500,000


Zach Johnson 1 69-66-68-72 275 $810,000.00
Mark Hensby 2 73-70-66-67 276 $486,000.00
Scott Hend 3 72-66-68-71 277 $306,000.00
Padraig Harrington 4 70-69-67-72 278 $216,000.00
Peter Lonard 5 73-67-69-71 280 $180,000.00
Lee Janzen T6 75-67-68-71 281 $156,375.00
Ben Crane T6 68-69-71-73 281 $156,375.00
Stewart Cink T8 75-67-69-71 282 $135,000.00
Luke Donald T8 72-70-71-69 282 $135,000.00
Phil Mickelson 10 69-72-71-71 283 $121,500.00
David Peoples T11 73-72-66-73 284 $103,500.00
Tim Petrovic T11 67-70-75-72 284 $103,500.00
Grant Waite T11 73-72-70-69 284 $103,500.00
Neal Lancaster T14 70-75-66-74 285 $74,250.00
Craig Bowden T14 66-71-72-76 285 $74,250.00
Brian Gay T14 68-70-69-78 285 $74,250.00
Steve Allan T14 71-72-71-71 285 $74,250.00
Roger Tambellini T14 65-78-72-70 285 $74,250.00
Tag Ridings T14 73-69-71-72 285 $74,250.00
Blaine McCallister T20 71-69-71-75 286 $45,393.75
Chris Smith T20 70-70-74-72 286 $45,393.75
Duffy Waldorf T20 73-70-71-72 286 $45,393.75
Chris DiMarco T20 75-70-72-69 286 $45,393.75
Jeff Brehaut T20 71-74-69-72 286 $45,393.75
Glen Hnatiuk T20 70-72-68-76 286 $45,393.75
Briny Baird T20 74-69-70-73 286 $45,393.75
Arron Oberholser T20 72-68-71-75 286 $45,393.75
Larry Mize T28 76-69-70-72 287 $32,625.00
Kevin Na T28 73-71-69-74 287 $32,625.00
Steve Lowery T30 71-73-67-77 288 $27,945.00
Shaun Micheel T30 67-72-75-74 288 $27,945.00
Steve Stricker T30 69-76-73-70 288 $27,945.00
Kris Cox T30 71-70-70-77 288 $27,945.00
David Morland IV T30 72-70-72-74 288 $27,945.00
Steve Elkington T35 70-75-71-73 289 $23,175.00
Harrison Frazar T35 71-74-69-75 289 $23,175.00
Rich Beem T35 69-75-73-72 289 $23,175.00
Robert Gamez T38 71-70-76-73 290 $18,450.00
John Huston T38 70-73-72-75 290 $18,450.00
Steve Flesch T38 71-73-71-75 290 $18,450.00
Franklin Langham T38 74-70-72-74 290 $18,450.00
Brent Geiberger T38 73-70-72-75 290 $18,450.00
Joe Ogilvie T38 70-75-69-76 290 $18,450.00
Pat Perez T38 73-71-74-72 290 $18,450.00
Jose Maria Olazabal T45 65-77-73-76 291 $12,612.85
Bob Burns T45 76-69-73-73 291 $12,612.86
Brian Bateman T45 73-70-75-73 291 $12,612.86
Brett Quigley T45 73-71-74-73 291 $12,612.86
Spike McRoy T45 70-73-74-74 291 $12,612.86
Deane Pappas T45 72-72-71-76 291 $12,612.85
Mike Weir T45 73-70-73-75 291 $12,612.86
Guy Boros T52 72-73-71-76 292 $10,552.50
Chris Couch T52 72-69-75-76 292 $10,552.50
Carl Pettersson T52 76-68-73-75 292 $10,552.50
Richard S. Johnson T52 72-73-73-74 292 $10,552.50
Billy Mayfair T56 68-76-73-76 293 $9,945.00
Dennis Paulson T56 72-73-71-77 293 $9,945.00
Scott Simpson T56 68-76-70-79 293 $9,945.00
Scott McCarron T56 74-71-72-76 293 $9,945.00
Jonathan Kaye T56 73-72-71-77 293 $9,945.00
Rory Sabbatini T56 68-75-75-75 293 $9,945.00
Kevin Durkin T56 71-73-72-77 293 $9,945.00
Lucas Glover T56 75-70-72-76 293 $9,945.00
Danny Briggs T64 70-74-75-75 294 $9,495.00
David Branshaw T64 72-73-72-77 294 $9,495.00
Brian Kortan T66 69-73-73-80 295 $9,315.00
Bo Van Pelt T66 75-70-74-76 295 $9,315.00
Roland Thatcher 68 72-71-72-81 296 $9,180.00
Daniel Chopra 69 71-73-76-77 297 $9,090.00
Hirofumi Miyase 70 70-73-75-80 298 $9,000.00
Brian Watts 71 71-73-77-79 300 $8,910.00
 
Missed Cut
 
Michael Allen CUT 73-73 146
Paul Stankowski CUT 75-71 146
Cliff Kresge CUT 70-76 146
Bart Bryant CUT 72-75 147
Joey Sindelar CUT 74-73 147
Tim Weinhart CUT 72-75 147
Andre Stolz CUT 75-72 147
Brenden Pappas CUT 76-71 147
Ted Purdy CUT 74-73 147
Heath Slocum CUT 72-75 147
Joel Kribel CUT 72-75 147
Matt Kuchar CUT 72-75 147
J.J. Henry CUT 70-77 147
Rich Barcelo CUT 75-72 147
Adam Scott CUT 68-79 147
Jason Dufner CUT 77-70 147
Dan Forsman CUT 76-72 148
Skip Kendall CUT 73-75 148
Hal Sutton CUT 74-74 148
Cameron Beckman CUT 76-72 148
Boyd Summerhays CUT 72-76 148
Hidemichi Tanaka CUT 72-76 148
Tjaart Van der Walt CUT 74-74 148
Patrick Sheehan CUT 75-73 148
David Gossett CUT 74-74 148
Mark Brooks CUT 74-75 149
Bob Tway CUT 75-74 149
Esteban Toledo CUT 73-76 149
Ken Duke CUT 77-72 149
Jason Bohn CUT 80-69 149
Jim Carter CUT 75-75 150
Trevor Dodds CUT 78-72 150
Corey Pavin CUT 76-74 150
Pat Bates CUT 74-76 150
Dan Olsen CUT 76-74 150
Glen Day CUT 76-74 150
Jay Williamson CUT 77-73 150
Notah Begay III CUT 72-78 150
Vaughn Taylor CUT 74-76 150
Kevin Muncrief CUT 75-75 150
Billy Andrade CUT 77-74 151
Greg Norman CUT 73-78 151
Tom Pernice, Jr. CUT 72-79 151
Omar Uresti CUT 75-76 151
Kent Jones CUT 75-76 151
Niclas Fasth CUT 73-78 151
John Rollins CUT 77-74 151
Hunter Mahan CUT 80-71 151
Nick Cassini CUT 74-77 151
Paul Azinger CUT 73-79 152
Tom Carter CUT 74-78 152
Phillip Price CUT 77-75 152
Ryan Palmer CUT 76-76 152
Ricky Barnes CUT 76-76 152
John Maginnes CUT 73-80 153
Paul Lawrie CUT 74-79 153
D.J. Brigman CUT 78-75 153
Craig Stevens CUT 72-82 154
Tripp Isenhour CUT 79-75 154
Matt Gogel CUT 73-81 154
David Noll CUT 82-72 154
Jay Delsing CUT 74-81 155
David Toms CUT 76-79 155
Thomas Bjorn CUT 77-78 155
Patrick Moore CUT 76-79 155
Brad Lardon CUT 74-82 156
Arjun Atwal CUT 78-78 156
Bryce Molder CUT 78-79 157
Tommy Tolles CUT 78-80 158
Brian Dixon CUT 81-77 158
Steve Pate CUT 79-81 160
Roger Rowland W/D
Kevin Sutherland W/D

 
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