Final Scores and Earning from the Chrysler Classic

By Golf Channel NewsroomOctober 20, 2003, 4:00 pm

Purse $4,500,000
Greensboro, N.C.
Forest Oaks CC
Par 72



Shigeki Maruyama 1 65-64-70-67 266 $810,000.00
Brad Faxon 2 67-67-68-69 271 $486,000.00
Matt Gogel 3 70-67-68-68 273 $306,000.00
Robert Allenby 4 70-70-66-68 274 $216,000.00
Jay Haas T5 69-68-70-68 275 $142,392.86
Stephen Ames T5 64-71-71-69 275 $142,392.85
Jeff Brehaut T5 69-70-68-68 275 $142,392.86
Brenden Pappas T5 71-68-70-66 275 $142,392.86
K.J. Choi T5 68-69-68-70 275 $142,392.85
Jonathan Byrd T5 66-70-71-68 275 $142,392.86
John E. Morgan T5 66-72-70-67 275 $142,392.86
Dave Stockton, Jr. T12 68-69-71-68 276 $91,125.00
Mike Heinen T12 73-66-73-64 276 $91,125.00
Stuart Appleby T12 68-70-68-70 276 $91,125.00
Briny Baird T12 69-72-67-68 276 $91,125.00
Robert Gamez T16 71-70-67-69 277 $74,250.00
Kevin Sutherland T16 72-70-69-66 277 $74,250.00
John Huston T18 67-71-70-70 278 $60,750.00
Jeff Sluman T18 73-66-70-69 278 $60,750.00
Per-Ulrik Johansson T18 71-66-70-71 278 $60,750.00
Chris Anderson T18 68-75-68-67 278 $60,750.00
Skip Kendall T22 69-70-72-68 279 $39,487.50
Tom Lehman T22 70-72-69-68 279 $39,487.50
David Sutherland T22 71-66-69-73 279 $39,487.50
Kent Jones T22 73-68-70-68 279 $39,487.50
Jesper Parnevik T22 70-72-72-65 279 $39,487.50
Scott Laycock T22 72-70-70-67 279 $39,487.50
Peter Lonard T22 68-70-67-74 279 $39,487.50
Steven Alker T22 70-68-68-73 279 $39,487.50
Billy Andrade T30 71-69-70-70 280 $26,742.86
Peter Jacobsen T30 63-74-70-73 280 $26,742.85
Corey Pavin T30 69-73-66-72 280 $26,742.86
Joey Sindelar T30 70-71-70-69 280 $26,742.86
Tom Carter T30 70-66-72-72 280 $26,742.86
Brian Gay T30 71-72-68-69 280 $26,742.86
David Gossett T30 70-72-66-72 280 $26,742.85
Tom Pernice, Jr. T37 69-72-69-71 281 $18,450.00
Tim Petrovic T37 74-68-67-72 281 $18,450.00
David Toms T37 65-74-68-74 281 $18,450.00
Brandt Jobe T37 70-70-72-69 281 $18,450.00
Carl Paulson T37 68-70-72-71 281 $18,450.00
Retief Goosen T37 68-73-72-68 281 $18,450.00
Kenichi Kuboya T37 67-73-69-72 281 $18,450.00
Paul Gow T37 66-69-72-74 281 $18,450.00
Brad Elder T37 68-72-70-71 281 $18,450.00
Tom Byrum T46 68-68-72-74 282 $13,110.00
Jim Furyk T46 69-69-74-70 282 $13,110.00
Cliff Kresge T46 70-71-70-71 282 $13,110.00
David Frost T49 71-71-71-70 283 $10,822.50
Jeff Gallagher T49 73-70-67-73 283 $10,822.50
Jerry Kelly T49 68-75-72-68 283 $10,822.50
Dicky Pride T49 66-70-71-76 283 $10,822.50
Todd Fischer T49 70-73-69-71 283 $10,822.50
Mathew Goggin T49 72-70-72-69 283 $10,822.50
Darron Stiles T49 70-69-72-72 283 $10,822.50
Brent Schwarzrock T49 71-71-73-68 283 $10,822.50
Mark Brooks T57 71-72-73-68 284 $10,035.00
Bernhard Langer T57 69-73-75-67 284 $10,035.00
Loren Roberts T57 70-71-71-72 284 $10,035.00
Ben Crane T57 70-72-73-69 284 $10,035.00
Olin Browne T61 72-70-68-75 285 $9,495.00
Jim Carter T61 69-73-70-73 285 $9,495.00
Fred Funk T61 70-72-72-71 285 $9,495.00
Deane Pappas T61 73-70-67-75 285 $9,495.00
Kelly Mitchum T61 68-74-72-71 285 $9,495.00
Robert Damron T61 71-72-70-72 285 $9,495.00
Greg Chalmers T61 72-71-72-70 285 $9,495.00
Geoff Ogilvy T61 68-69-74-74 285 $9,495.00
Andrew Magee T69 74-69-70-73 286 $9,000.00
Neal Lancaster T69 75-68-69-74 286 $9,000.00
Pat Perez T69 72-71-72-71 286 $9,000.00
Donnie Hammond T72 70-72-72-73 287 $8,685.00
Kenny Perry T72 69-70-73-75 287 $8,685.00
J.P. Hayes T72 72-70-68-77 287 $8,685.00
Hidemichi Tanaka T72 70-73-69-75 287 $8,685.00
Gavin Coles 76 70-73-72-73 288 $8,460.00
Glen Hnatiuk 77 71-69-75-74 289 $8,370.00
Esteban Toledo T78 71-72-71-76 290 $8,190.00
Anthony Painter T78 67-75-74-74 290 $8,190.00
Heath Slocum T78 69-70-78-73 290 $8,190.00
Jim Gallagher, Jr. T81 72-70-76-73 291 $7,965.00
Hank Kuehne T81 72-70-71-78 291 $7,965.00
Thomas Levet T83 74-69-75-74 292 $7,785.00
Aaron Barber T83 69-74-76-73 292 $7,785.00
Vance Veazey 85 70-73-79-71 293 $7,650.00
Carl Pettersson 86 70-70-79-75 294 $7,560.00
Aaron Baddeley 87 71-71-76-77 295 $7,470.00
Brandel Chamblee 88 70-73-77-76 296 $7,380.00
Ty Tryon 89 73-70-80-74 297 $7,290.00
Missed Cut:
Davis Love III CUT 70-74 144
Jeff Maggert CUT 73-71 144
Billy Mayfair CUT 69-75 144
Brett Quigley CUT 72-72 144
Woody Austin CUT 72-72 144
Luke Donald CUT 70-74 144
John Maginnes CUT 71-74 145
Jay Williamson CUT 72-73 145
Mike Sposa CUT 71-74 145
Frank Lickliter II CUT 71-74 145
Jason Gore CUT 73-72 145
Kenneth Staton CUT 71-74 145
J.J. Henry CUT 76-69 145
Ricky Barnes CUT 71-74 145
Larry Mize CUT 72-74 146
Marco Dawson CUT 72-74 146
Brian Bateman CUT 73-73 146
Mike Grob CUT 72-74 146
Spike McRoy CUT 73-73 146
Kaname Yokoo CUT 73-73 146
John Senden CUT 71-75 146
John Rollins CUT 72-74 146
Akio Sadakata CUT 74-72 146
Cameron Yancey CUT 74-72 146
Jay Don Blake CUT 73-74 147
Notah Begay III CUT 75-72 147
Jason Caron CUT 73-74 147
Jason Buha CUT 74-73 147
Andy Miller CUT 75-72 147
Richard S. Johnson CUT 71-76 147
Pat Bates CUT 74-74 148
Doug Barron CUT 75-73 148
Paul Azinger CUT 73-76 149
Todd Barranger CUT 74-75 149
Mark Wilson CUT 75-75 150
Trevor Dodds CUT 74-78 152
Mike Springer CUT 76-76 152
Barry Evans CUT 77-75 152
Danny Ellis CUT 76-80 156
Mark Calcavecchia W/D 76 76
Rocco Mediate W/D 72 72
Tom Gillis D 75 75
Garrett Willis W/D 79 79

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DJ: Kapalua win means nothing for Abu Dhabi

By Associated PressJanuary 17, 2018, 2:55 pm

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – Dustin Johnson's recent victory in Hawaii doesn't mean much when it comes to this week's tournament.

The top-ranked American will play at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship for the second straight year. But this time he is coming off a victory at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, which he won by eight shots.

''That was two weeks ago. So it really doesn't matter what I did there,'' said Johnson, who finished runner-up to Tommy Fleetwood in Abu Dhabi last year. ''This is a completely new week and everybody starts at even par and so I've got to start over again.''

In 2017, the long-hitting Johnson put himself in contention despite only making one eagle and no birdies on the four par-5s over the first three rounds.

''The par 5s here, they are not real easy because they are fairly long, but dependent on the wind, I can reach them if I hit good tee balls,'' the 2016 U.S. Open champion said. ''Obviously, I'd like to play them a little better this year.''

The tournament will see the return of Paul Casey as a full member of the European Tour after being away for three years.

''It's really cool to be back. What do they say, absence makes the heart grow fonder? Quite cheesy, but no, really, really cool,'' said the 40-year-old Englishman, who is now ranked 14th in the world. ''When I was back at the Open Championship at Birkdale, just the reception there, playing in front of a home crowd, I knew this is something I just miss.''

The Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship starts Thursday and also features former No. 1 Rory McIlroy, who is making a comeback after more than three months off.

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Kuchar joins European Tour as affiliate member

By Will GrayJanuary 17, 2018, 2:52 pm

Months after he nearly captured the claret jug, Matt Kuchar has made plans to play a bit more golf in Europe in 2018.

Kuchar is in the field this week at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, and he told reporters in advance of the opening round that he has opted to join the European Tour as an affiliate member:

As an affiliate member, Kuchar will not have a required minimum number of starts to make. It's the same membership status claimed last year by Kevin Na and Jon Rahm, the latter of whom then became a full member and won two European Tour events in 2017.

Kuchar made six European Tour starts last year, including his runner-up performance at The Open. He finished T-4 at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in his lone European Tour start that wasn't co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour.

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Hot Seat: Rory jumps into the fire early

By Randall MellJanuary 17, 2018, 2:11 pm

The world’s top tours head to desert regions this week, perfect locales for The Hot Seat, the gauge upon which we measure the level of heat the game’s top personalities are facing ...

Sahara sizzle: Rory McIlroy

McIlroy won’t have to look far to see how his form measures up to world No. 1 Dustin Johnson at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

McIlroy will make his 2018 debut with Johnson in his face, literally.

McIlroy will be grouped with Johnson and Tommy Fleetwood in the first two rounds.

Players like to downplay pairings early in a tournament, but it’s hard to believe McIlroy and Johnson won’t be trying to send each other messages in this European Tour event in the United Arab Emirates. That’s the alpha-dog nature of world-class players looking to protect their turf, or in the case of McIlroy, take back his turf.

“When you are at the elite level, you are always trying to send a message,” Trevor Immelman said about pairings during Tiger Woods’ return at the Hero World Challenge last month.

And that was an offseason event.

“They want to show this guy, ‘This is what I got,’” Immelman said.

As early season matchups go, Abu Dhabi is a heavyweight pairing that ought to be fun.

So there will be no easing into the new year for McIlroy after taking off the last three months to regroup from the stubborn rib injury that plagued him last season. He is coming off a winless year, and he will be doing so alongside a guy who just won the first PGA Tour event of 2018 in an eight-shot rout. Johnson’s victory in Hawaii two weeks ago was his fifth since McIlroy last won.

“Mentally, I wasn’t in a great place, and that was because of where I was physically,” McIlroy said of 2017. “I feel prepared now. I feel ready, and I feel ready to challenge. I feel really good about where I’m at with my health. I’ve put all that behind me, which has been great.”

Sonoran Smolder: Phil Mickelson

Mickelson will turn 48 this summer.

His world ranking is sliding, down to No. 43 now, which is the lowest he has ranked in 24 years.

It’s been more than four years since he last won, making him 0 for his last 92 starts.

There’s motivation in all of that for Mickelson. He makes his 2018 debut at the CareerBuilder Challenge in the Palm Springs area this week talking like a man on a renewed mission.

There’s a Ryder Cup team to make this season, which would be his 12th straight, and there’s a career Grand Slam to claim, with the U.S. Open returning to Shinnecock Hills, where Mickelson finished second in ’04.

While Mickelson may not feel old, there are so many young stars standing in his way that it’s hard not to be constantly reminded that time isn’t on his side in these events anymore.

There has only been one player in the history of the game to win a major championship who was older than Mickelson is right now. Julius Boros won the PGA Championship when he was 48 back in 1968.

Campaign fever: Jordan Spieth

Spieth’s respect in the game’s ranks extends outside the ropes.

He was just selected to run for the PGA Tour Player Advisory Council’s chairman position. He is facing Billy Hurley III in an election to see who will succeed Davis Love III on the Tour’s Policy Board next year.

Spieth, just 24, has already made Time Magazine’s list of the “100 Most Influential People.” He made that back in 2016, with the magazine writing that “he exemplifies everything that’s great about sports.” Sounds like a campaign slogan.

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CareerBuilder Challenge: Tee times, TV schedule, stats

By Golf Channel DigitalJanuary 17, 2018, 1:10 pm

The PGA Tour shifts from Hawaii to Southern California for the second full-field event of the year. Here are the key stats and information for the CareerBuilder Challenge. Click here for full-field tee times.

How to watch (all rounds on Golf Channel):

Thursday, Rd. 1: 3-7PM ET; live stream:

Friday, Rd. 2: 3-7PM ET; live stream:

Saturday, Rd. 3: 3-7PM ET; live stream:

Sunday, Rd. 4: 3-7PM ET; live stream:

Purse: $5.9 million ($1,062,000 to winner)

Courses: PGA West, Stadium Course, La Quinta, Calif. (72-7,113); PGA West, Nicklaus Tournament Course, La Quinta, Calif. (72-7,159); La Quinta Country Club, La Quinta, Calif. (72-7,060) NOTE: All three courses will be used for the first three rounds but only the Stadium Course will be used for the final round.

Defending champion: Hudson Swafford (-20) - defeated Adam Hadwin by one stroke to earn his first PGA Tour win.

Notables in the field

Phil Mickelson

* This is his first start of 2018. It's the fourth consecutive year he has made this event the first one on his yearly calendar.

* For the second year in a row he will serve as the tournament's official ambassador.

* He has won this event twice - in 2002 and 2004.

* This will be his 97th worldwide start since his most recent win, The Open in 2013.

Jon Rahm

* Ranked No. 3 in the world, he finished runner-up in the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

* In 37 worldwide starts as a pro, he has 14 top-5 finishes.

* Last year he finished T-34 in this event.

Adam Hadwin

* Last year in the third round, he shot 59 at La Quinta Country Club. It was the ninth - and still most recent - sub-60 round on Tour.

* In his only start of 2018, the Canadian finished 32nd in the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Brian Harman

* Only player on the PGA Tour with five top-10 finishes this season.

* Ranks fifth in greens in regulation this season.

* Finished third in the Sentry Tournament of Champions and T-4 in the Sony Open in Hawaii.

Brandt Snedeker

* Making only his third worldwide start since last June at the Travelers Championship. He has been recovering from a chest injury.

* This is his first start since he withdrew from the Indonesian Masters in December because of heat exhaustion.

* Hasn't played in this event since missing the cut in 2015.

Patrick Reed

* Earned his first career victory in this event in 2014, shooting three consecutive rounds of 63.

* This is his first start of 2018.

* Last season finished seventh in strokes gained: putting, the best ranking of his career.

(Stats provided by the Golf Channel editorial research unit.)