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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Rahm manages frustration, two back at CareerBuilder

By Randall MellJanuary 21, 2018, 1:21 am

Jon Rahm managed the winds and his frustrations Saturday at the CareerBuilder Challenge to give himself a chance to win his fourth worldwide title in the last year.

Rahm’s 2-under-par 70 on the PGA West Stadium Course left him two shots off the lead going into the final round.

“I wasn’t really dealing with the wind that much,” Rahm said of his frustrations. “I was dealing with not being as fluid as I was the last two days.”


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The world’s No. 3 ranked player opened with a 62 at La Quinta Country Club on Thursday and followed it up with a 67 on Friday at PGA West. He made six birdies and four bogeys on the Stadium Course on Saturday.

“The first day, everything was outstanding,” Rahm said. “Yesterday, my driver was a little shaky but my irons shots were perfect. Today, my driver was shaky and my irons shots were shaky. On a course like this, it’s punishing, but luckily on the holes where I found the fairway I was able to make birdies.”

Rahm is projected to move to No. 2 in the world rankings with a finish of sixth or better on Sunday.

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Cook leads by one entering final round at CareerBuilder

By Associated PressJanuary 21, 2018, 12:51 am

LA QUINTA, Calif. – Austin Cook hit a hybrid into the fairway bunker on the par-4 18th on a breezy Saturday afternoon at La Quinta Country Club, then chunked a wedge and raced a chip 20 feet past the hole.

Kip Henley, the longtime PGA Tour caddie who guided Cook to a breakthrough victory at Sea Island in November, stepped in to give the 26-year-old former Arkansas star a quick pep talk.

''Kip said, 'Let's finish this like we did on the first day at the Nicklaus Course.' We made a big par putt on 18 there and he said, 'Let's just do the same thing. Let's get this line right and if you get the line right it's going in.'''

It did, giving Cook an 8-under 64 and a one-stroke lead in the CareerBuilder Challenge going into the final round on the Stadium Course at PGA West. Fellow former Razorback Andrew Landry and Martin Piller were tied for second, and Jon Rahm and Scott Piercy were a another stroke back after a tricky day in wind that didn't get close to the predicted gusts of 40 mph.


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''I know that I wouldn't have wanted to play the Stadium today,'' Cook said. ''I think we got a great draw with the courses that we got to play on the days that we got to play them.''

Cook played the final six holes on the front nine in 6 under with an eagle and four birdies.

''Starting on my fourth hole, I was able to make a birdie and kind of get the ball rolling and it never really stopped rolling,'' Cook said. ''Kip and I were doing really good at seeing the line on the greens.''

After a bogey on 10, he birdied 11, 12 and 15 and parred the final three to get to 19-under 197.

''I think that tonight the nerves, the butterflies, all that will kind of be a little less,'' Cook said. ''I've been in the situation before and I was able to finish the job on Sunday. I think it would be a little different if I didn't play like I did on Sunday at Sea Island.''

He's making his first start in the event.

''I came in from Hawaii on Monday, so I only had two days to prepare for three courses,'' Cook said.

Landry, the second-round leader, had a 70 at the Stadium. Piller, the husband of LPGA tour player Gerina Piller, shot a 67 at La Quinta. Winless on the PGA Tour, they will join Cook in the final threesome.

''Piller's a good guy and we have played a lot together and same with Cookie,'' said Landry, the only player without a bogey after 54 holes. ''Hope the Hogs are going to come out on top.''

Rahm had a 70 at the Stadium to reach 17 under. The third-ranked Rahm beat up the par 5s again, but had four bogeys – three on par 3s. He has played the 12 par 5s in 13 under with an eagle and 11 birdies.

''A little bit of a survival day,'' Rahm said.

The wind was more of a factor on the more exposed and tighter Stadium Course.

''The course is firming up,'' Rahm said. ''I know if we have similar wind to today, if we shoot something under par, you'll be way up there contesting it over the last few holes.''

Piercy had a 66 at the Stadium.

''I controlled my ball really well today,'' he said.

Adam Hadwin had a 67 at La Quinta a year after shooting a third-round 59 on the course. The Canadian was 16 under along with Grayson Murray and Brandon Harkins. Murray had a 67 on the Nicklaus Course, and Harkins shot 68 at the Stadium.

Phil Mickelson missed the cut in his first tournament of the year for the second time in his career, shooting a 74 on the Stadium to finish at 4 under – four strokes from a Sunday tee time. The 47-year-old Hall of Famer was playing for the first time since late October. He also missed the cut in the Phoenix Open in his 2009 opener.

Charlie Reiter, the Palm Desert High School senior playing on the first sponsor exemption the event has given to an amateur, also missed the cut. He had three early straight double bogeys in a 77 on the Stadium that left him 1 over.

John Daly had an 80 at La Quinta. He opened with a triple bogey and had six bogeys – four in a row to start his second nine - and only one birdie. The 51-year-old Daly opened with a 69 on the Nicklaus layout and had a 71 on Friday at the Stadium.

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Phil misses CareerBuilder cut for first time in 24 years

By Randall MellJanuary 21, 2018, 12:48 am

Phil Mickelson missed the cut Saturday at the CareerBuilder Challenge. It’s a rare occurrence in his Hall of Fame career.

He has played the event 15 times, going back to when it was known as the Bob Hope Classic. He has won it twice.

How rare is his missing the cut there?

The last time he did so, there was no such thing as a DVD, Wi-Fi, iPods, Xbox, DVR capability or YouTube.


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The PGA Tour’s Jon Rahm didn’t exist, either.

The last time Mickelson missed a cut in this event was 1994, nine months before Rahm was born.

Mickelson struggled to a 2-over-par 74 in the heavy winds Saturday on the PGA West Stadium Course, missing the 54-hole cut by four shots. He hit just four of 14 fairways, just nine of 18 greens. He took a double bogey at the 15th after requiring two shots to escape the steep-walled bunker on the left side of the green.

Mickelson won’t have to wait long to try to get back in the hunt. He’s scheduled to play the Farmers Insurance Open next week at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif.

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Defending champ Gana co-leads Latin America Amateur

By Randall MellJanuary 20, 2018, 11:20 pm

Toto Gana moved into early position to try to win a return trip to the Masters Saturday by grabbing a share of the first-round lead at the Latin America Amateur Championship.

The defending champ posted a 3-under-par 68 at Prince of Wales Country Club in his native Chile, equaling the rounds of Argentina’s Mark Montenegro and Colombia’s Pablo Torres.

They are one shot ahead of Mexico’s Alvaro Ortiz and Mario Carmona, Argentina’s Horacio Carbonetti and Jaime Lopez Rivarola and the Dominican Republic’s Rhadames Pena.

It’s a bunched leaderboard, with 19 players within three shots of each at the top of the board in the 72-hole event.

“I think I have my game under control,” said Gana, 20, a freshman at Lynn University. “I hit the ball very well, and I also putted very well. So, I am confident about tomorrow.”

The LAAC’s champion will get more than a Masters invitation. He also will be exempt into the The Amateur, the U.S. Amateur and any other USGA event he is eligible to play this year. The champion and players who finish runner-up are also exempt into the final stages of qualifying for The Open and the U.S. Open.

The LAAC was founded by the Masters, the R&A and the USGA, with the purpose of further developing amateur golf in South America, Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean.