Final Scores and Earnings

By Golf Channel NewsroomSeptember 21, 2003, 4:00 pm
J.L. Lewis
 

 

 

Purse - $4,000,000
Farmington, Pennsylvania
Nemacolin - Mystic Rock Course
Par - 72

 

J.L. Lewis 1 69-67-68-62 266 $720,000.00
Tim Petrovic T2 67-69-65-67 268 $298,666.66
Frank Lickliter II T2 70-67-65-66 268 $298,666.67
Stuart Appleby T2 69-68-64-67 268 $298,666.67
Rocco Mediate T5 68-70-67-66 271 $146,000.00
Cameron Beckman T5 67-66-64-74 271 $146,000.00
Jesper Parnevik T5 68-66-70-67 271 $146,000.00
Craig Barlow T8 67-68-68-69 272 $120,000.00
Robert Damron T8 67-66-66-73 272 $120,000.00
Chris DiMarco T10 70-65-67-71 273 $100,000.00
Shigeki Maruyama T10 68-70-67-68 273 $100,000.00
Rory Sabbatini T10 68-70-64-71 273 $100,000.00
Brett Quigley T13 67-67-70-70 274 $77,333.33
Jerry Kelly T13 67-68-69-70 274 $77,333.34
Kenichi Kuboya T13 71-68-70-65 274 $77,333.33
Skip Kendall T16 68-69-71-67 275 $47,566.67
Chris Smith T16 71-68-68-68 275 $47,566.66
Tom Gillis T16 69-68-71-67 275 $47,566.67
Tom Scherrer T16 71-64-74-66 275 $47,566.66
Michael Clark II T16 66-71-68-70 275 $47,566.67
Carl Paulson T16 68-69-66-72 275 $47,566.67
Arron Oberholser T16 68-71-71-65 275 $47,566.67
Heath Slocum T16 70-64-72-69 275 $47,566.66
Ben Curtis T16 69-67-70-69 275 $47,566.67
David Gossett T16 69-69-69-68 275 $47,566.67
Luke Donald T16 67-72-72-64 275 $47,566.66
Jonathan Byrd T16 69-68-68-70 275 $47,566.67
Len Mattiace T28 68-70-69-69 276 $29,000.00
Steve Stricker T28 69-70-68-69 276 $29,000.00
Grant Waite T30 66-71-69-71 277 $26,000.00
Mathew Goggin T30 69-70-68-70 277 $26,000.00
Chris Anderson T30 70-69-69-69 277 $26,000.00
Billy Andrade T33 73-64-68-73 278 $20,250.00
David Edwards T33 69-69-72-68 278 $20,250.00
David Peoples T33 67-69-67-75 278 $20,250.00
Mike Springer T33 71-68-71-68 278 $20,250.00
Mike Standly T33 67-69-70-72 278 $20,250.00
Jim McGovern T33 72-66-69-71 278 $20,250.00
Pat Bates T33 67-71-69-71 278 $20,250.00
Harrison Frazar T33 69-68-70-71 278 $20,250.00
Donnie Hammond T41 65-72-69-73 279 $15,600.00
Jeff Gallagher T41 71-68-71-69 279 $15,600.00
Glen Day T41 71-65-73-70 279 $15,600.00
David Frost T44 67-71-72-70 280 $12,432.00
Joe Durant T44 71-68-72-69 280 $12,432.00
Rod Pampling T44 70-69-71-70 280 $12,432.00
Brent Schwarzrock T44 66-72-69-73 280 $12,432.00
Kenneth Staton T44 69-66-71-74 280 $12,432.00
Jay Don Blake T49 71-68-72-70 281 $9,980.00
Jeff Maggert T49 69-68-69-75 281 $9,980.00
Joey Sindelar T49 68-69-74-70 281 $9,980.00
Scott Laycock T49 67-68-77-69 281 $9,980.00
Jeff Brehaut T53 68-71-70-73 282 $9,360.00
J.J. Henry T53 73-66-72-71 282 $9,360.00
Tom Pernice, Jr. 55 67-71-72-74 284 $9,200.00
Brandel Chamblee 56 70-68-75-72 285 $9,120.00
Cliff Kresge 57 68-70-71-77 286 $9,040.00
John Riegger T58 70-70 140 $8,560.00
Neal Lancaster T58 71-69 140 $8,560.00
David Sutherland T58 71-69 140 $8,560.00
John Morse T58 70-70 140 $8,560.00
Spike McRoy T58 70-70 140 $8,560.00
Glen Hnatiuk T58 70-70 140 $8,560.00
Per-Ulrik Johansson T58 70-70 140 $8,560.00
Gavin Coles T58 65-75 140 $8,560.00
Darron Stiles T58 71-69 140 $8,560.00
Jason Buha T58 74-66 140 $8,560.00
Andy Miller T58 69-71 140 $8,560.00
Tommy Armour III T69 70-71 141 $7,560.00
Mark Calcavecchia T69 73-68 141 $7,560.00
Jim Gallagher, Jr. T69 68-73 141 $7,560.00
Larry Mize T69 69-72 141 $7,560.00
Mark O'Meara T69 68-73 141 $7,560.00
Brian Henninger T69 74-67 141 $7,560.00
Steve Flesch T69 68-73 141 $7,560.00
Paul Stankowski T69 74-67 141 $7,560.00
Robert Allenby T69 73-68 141 $7,560.00
Gabriel Hjertstedt T69 73-68 141 $7,560.00
Patrick Sheehan T69 73-68 141 $7,560.00
Jason Gore T69 71-70 141 $7,560.00
Hank Kuehne T69 70-71 141 $7,560.00
Jason Caron T69 70-71 141 $7,560.00
 
Missed Cut
Bob Friend CUT 73-69 142
Lee Janzen CUT 67-75 142
Billy Mayfair CUT 73-69 142
Steve Pate CUT 71-71 142
Hal Sutton CUT 69-73 142
Marco Dawson CUT 70-72 142
Deane Pappas CUT 72-70 142
Tom Carter CUT 72-70 142
Todd Fischer CUT 75-67 142
Peter Lonard CUT 71-71 142
John Senden CUT 72-70 142
Steven Alker CUT 70-72 142
Paul Gow CUT 74-68 142
Rich Beem CUT 70-72 142
Carl Pettersson CUT 71-71 142
Olin Browne CUT 73-70 143
Steve Lowery CUT 73-70 143
Dennis Paulson CUT 70-73 143
Bob Burns CUT 75-68 143
Mike Grob CUT 73-70 143
Mike Heinen CUT 75-68 143
Kent Jones CUT 72-71 143
Brian Gay CUT 73-70 143
Hidemichi Tanaka CUT 68-75 143
Matt Kuchar CUT 70-73 143
Kevin Shields CUT 71-72 143
Richard S. Johnson CUT 71-72 143
Stephen Marino CUT 76-67 143
Jay Delsing CUT 75-69 144
Dave Rummells CUT 75-69 144
Scott Simpson CUT 74-70 144
Scott McCarron CUT 73-71 144
Mike Sposa CUT 68-76 144
Aaron Barber CUT 75-69 144
Dan Halldorson CUT 73-72 145
Guy Boros CUT 75-70 145
Dave Stockton, Jr. CUT 76-69 145
Jim Cichra CUT 72-73 145
Danny Ellis CUT 72-73 145
Brad Elder CUT 72-73 145
Jim Carter CUT 72-74 146
Duffy Waldorf CUT 71-75 146
Stephen Ames CUT 74-72 146
Dicky Pride CUT 74-72 146
Anthony Painter CUT 71-75 146
Greg Chalmers CUT 72-74 146
Mark Wilson CUT 73-73 146
Pat Perez CUT 74-72 146
Joel Edwards CUT 74-73 147
Kelly Gibson CUT 80-67 147
Mike Hulbert CUT 70-77 147
Todd Barranger CUT 76-71 147
Doug Barron CUT 70-77 147
Dan Forsman CUT 72-76 148
Kaname Yokoo CUT 76-72 148
Brenden Pappas CUT 74-74 148
Sean Farren CUT 75-73 148
Barry Evans CUT 74-75 149
Gene Sauers CUT 74-79 153
John Daly W/D 75 75
Woody Austin W/D 74 74
Vance Veazey W/D 72 72

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    Rahm (62) fires career low round

    By Will GrayJanuary 19, 2018, 12:03 am

    The scores were predictably low during the opening round of the CareerBuilder Challenge, where the top-ranked player in the field currently sits atop the standings. Here's how things look after the first day in Palm Springs as Jon Rahm is out to an early advantage:

    Leaderboard: Jon Rahm (-10), Austin Cook (-9), Andrew Landry (-9), Jason Kokrak (-9), Brandon Harkins (-8), Martin Piller (-8), Aaron Wise (-8), Beau Hossler (-8)

    What it means: Rahm is coming off a runner-up finish two weeks ago at Kapalua, and he picked up right where he left off with a 10-under 62 at La Quinta Country Club. It marked his lowest career round on the PGA Tour, and it gave him a one-shot lead heading to the Nicklaus Tournament Course. Cook is the only player within two shots of Rahm who has won already on Tour.

    Round of the day: Rahm got off to a fast start, playing his first seven holes in 6 under, and he made it around La Quinta without dropping a shot. The 62 bettered his previous career low on Tour by two shots and it included an eagle on the par-5 fifth hole to go along with eight birdies.

    Best of the rest: Cook was a winner earlier this season at the RSM Classic, and he's now in the mix for trophy No. 2 following a 9-under 63 on the Nicklaus Tournament Course. Like Rahm, he opened with a seven-hole stretch at 6 under and turned in a scorecard without a bogey. He'll now head to the more difficult Stadium Course for his second round.

    Biggest disappointment: Patrick Reed blitzed the three-course rotation in Palm Springs en route to his first career Tour title back in 2014, but he's unlikely to repeat that feat after opening with a 2-over 74 on the Nicklaus Tournament course. Reed made only one birdie against three bogeys and was one of only 32 players in the 156-man field who failed to break par in the opening round.

    Main storyline heading into Friday: Rahm deserves the spotlight, as he entered the week as one of the event's headliners and did nothing to lose that billing in the opening round. But the pack of contenders is sure to keep pace, while players like Phil Mickelson (-2) will look to put up a low score in order to build some momentum heading into the weekend.

    Shot of the day: Wesley Bryan's 7-under 65 on the Nicklaus Tournament course was helped in large part by an eagle on the par-4 10th, where he holed a 54-degree wedge from 112 yards away. Bryan went on to birdie the next hole amid a five-hole stretch of 5 under play.

    Quote of the day: "Shot 10 under par. There's not much more I can ask for." - Rahm

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    Recent winner Cook contending at CareerBuilder

    By Will GrayJanuary 18, 2018, 11:45 pm

    Patton Kizzire is currently the only two-time PGA Tour winner this season, but Austin Cook hopes to join him this week at the CareerBuilder Challenge.

    Cook won for the first time in November at the RSM Classic, a victory that catapaulted him from the Web.com Tour graduate category into an entirely new echelon. Cook notched a pair of top-25 finishes over the last two weeks in Hawaii, and he's again in the mix after an opening 63 on the Nicklaus Tournament Course left him one shot behind Jon Rahm.

    "Today was great," Cook told reporters. "The conditions were perfect, but I always loved desert golf and I was just hitting the ball well and seeing good lines on the greens and hitting good putts."

    Cook got off to a fast start, playing his first seven holes in 6 under highlighted by an eagle on the par-5 fourth hole. He briefly entertained the notion of a sub-60 round after birdies on Nos. 10 and 11 before closing with six pars and a birdie.


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    Cook was a relative unknown before his victory at Sea Island earlier this season, but now with the flexibility and confidence afforded by a win he hopes to build on his burgeoning momentum this week in California.

    "That was a big, proud moment for myself, knowing that I can finish a tournament," Cook said. "I think it was one of those things that I've proven to myself that now I can do it, and it just meant the world to me."

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    Photo: Fleetwood's phone cover is picture of Bjorn

    By Jason CrookJanuary 18, 2018, 11:40 pm

    There's phone covers and then there are Phone Covers.

    Paul Casey has himself a Phone Cover, showing off the protective case that features a picture of his wife at last year's U.S. Open.

    Now, it appears, Tommy Fleetwood has joined the movement.

    Fleetwood, last year's season-long Race to Dubai winner, has a phone cover with a picture of Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn on it. And not even a current Thomas Bjorn. This is a young Bjorn. A hair-having Bjorn.

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    The 26-year-old is a virtual lock for this year's European Ryder Cup team, but just in case, he's carrying around a phone with a picture of the team captain attached to the back of it.

    It's a bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it pays off for him.

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    Mickelson starts fast, fades to 70 at La Quinta

    By Will GrayJanuary 18, 2018, 11:07 pm

    Phil Mickelson got off to a fast start in his first competitive round of 2018 - for six holes, at least.

    The 47-year-old is making his first start since the WGC-HSBC Champions this week at the CareerBuilder Challenge, and only his third competitive appearance since the BMW Championship in September. Four birdies over his first six holes indicated that a strong opener might be in the cards, but Mickelson played his subsequent holes in 2 over.

    It added up to a 2-under 70 at La Quinta Country Club, typically the easiest of the three courses in rotation this week, and left Mickelson eight shots behind Jon Rahm.

    "It was fun to get back out and be competitive," Mickelson told reporters. "I for some reason am stuck on 70 here at La Quinta, whether I get off to a good start or a bad one, I end up shooting the same score."


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    Mickelson stunted his momentum with a tee shot out of bounds on the par-4 eighth hole, but he managed to save bogey and otherwise drove the ball relatively well. Instead, he pointed to his normally reliable iron play as the culprit for his back-nine backslide on a day when more than 120 players in the 156-man field broke par.

    Mickelson will now head to the Nicklaus Tournament Course with the Stadium Course on tap for Saturday's third round. While there were several low scores Thursday at La Quinta, Mickelson remains bullish about the birdie opportunities that still lie ahead.

    "This isn't the course where I go low on," Mickelson said. "I feel more comfortable on Stadium and Nicklaus. Neither of them are nearly as tight and I tend to score a lot lower on those other two than I do here, historically."