Final Scores and Earnings from Baltusrol

By Golf Channel NewsroomAugust 15, 2005, 4:00 pm
2005 PGA Championship
Baltusrol Golf Club
Lower Course
Springfield, N.J.
Purse $6.5 million

 

Phil Mickelson, $1,170,000 67-65-72-72--276 -4
Steve Elkington, $572,000 68-70-68-71--277 -3
Thomas Bjorn, $572,000 71-71-63-72--277 -3
Tiger Woods, $286,000 75-69-66-68--278 -2
Davis Love III, $286,000 68-68-68-74--278 -2
Geoff Ogilvy, $201,500 69-69-72-69--279 -1
Michael Campbell, $201,500 73-68-69-69--279 -1
Retief Goosen, $201,500 68-70-69-72--279 -1
Pat Perez, $201,500 68-71-67-73--279 -1
Ted Purdy, $131,800 69-75-70-66--280 E
David Toms, $131,800 71-72-69-68--280 E
Steve Flesch, $131,800 70-71-69-70--280 E
Dudley Hart, $131,800 70-73-66-71--280 E
Vijay Singh, $131,800 70-67-69-74--280 E
Charles Howell III, $102,500 70-71-68-72--281 +1
Stuart Appleby, $102,500 67-70-69-75--281 +1
Tim Clark, $82,500 71-73-70-68--282 +2
Zach Johnson, $82,500 70-70-73-69--282 +2
Trevor Immelman, $82,500 67-72-72-71--282 +2
Joe Ogilvie, $82,500 74-68-69-71--282 +2
Bo Van Pelt, $82,500 70-70-68-74--282 +2
Lee Westwood, $82,500 68-68-71-75--282 +2
Paul McGinley, $56,400 72-70-72-69--283 +3
Sergio Garcia, $56,400 72-70-71-70--283 +3
Shingo Katayama, $56,400 71-66-74-72--283 +3
Tom Pernice Jr., $56,400 69-73-69-72--283 +3
Kenny Perry, $56,400 69-70-70-74--283 +3
Bob Estes, $41,500 71-72-73-68--284 +4
Vaughn Taylor, $41,500 75-69-71-69--284 +4
Chad Campbell, $41,500 71-71-70-72--284 +4
Arron Oberholser, $41,500 74-68-69-73--284 +4
Jesper Parnevik, $41,500 68-69-72-75--284 +4
Stewart Cink, $41,500 71-72-66-75--284 +4
Fredrik Jacobson, $31,916.67 72-69-73-71--285 +5
Scott Verplank, $31,916.67 71-72-71-71--285 +5
Jim Furyk, $31,916.67 72-71-69-73--285 +5
Jerry Kelly, $31,916.67 70-65-74-76--285 +5
Jason Bohn, $31,916.66 71-68-68-78--285 +5
Ben Curtis, $31,916.66 67-73-67-78--285 +5
Ben Crane, $22,300 68-76-72-70--286 +6
Steve Schneiter, $22,300 72-72-72-70--286 +6
Adam Scott, $22,300 74-69-72-71--286 +6
Patrick Sheehan, $22,300 73-71-71-71--286 +6
K.J. Choi, $22,300 71-70-73-72--286 +6
Miguel Angel Jimenez, $22,300 72-72-69-73--286 +6
John Rollins, $22,300 68-71-73-74--286 +6
Henrik Stenson, $15,370.84 74-67-75-71--287 +7
Heath Slocum, $15,370.84 68-75-73-71--287 +7
Ryan Palmer, $15,370.84 73-70-73-71--287 +7
Jose Maria Olazabal, $15,370.84 76-67-72-72--287 +7
Mike Weir, $15,370.83 72-72-71-72--287 +7
Y.E. Yang, $15,370.83 71-67-76-73--287 +7
J.L. Lewis, $15,370.83 72-72-70-73--287 +7
Todd Hamilton, $15,370.83 73-70-70-74--287 +7
Bernhard Langer, $15,370.83 68-72-72-75--287 +7
Ian Poulter, $15,370.83 69-74-69-75--287 +7
Fred Funk, $15,370.83 69-75-67-76--287 +7
Greg Owen, $15,370.83 68-69-70-80--287 +7
Scott McCarron, $13,342.86 72-72-74-70--288 +8
Sean O'Hair, $13,342.86 71-71-76-70--288 +8
Steve Webster, $13,342.86 72-70-75-71--288 +8
Carlos Franco, $13,342.86 70-70-76-72--288 +8
Paul Casey, $13,342.86 70-74-72-72--288 +8
Peter Hanson, $13,342.85 73-71-72-72--288 +8
Mark Hensby, $13,342.85 69-70-75-74--288 +8
Ron Philo Jr., $12,750 71-73-73-72--289 +9
Luke Donald, $12,750 69-73-73-74--289 +9
Chris Riley, $12,750 72-68-72-77--289 +9
Woody Austin, $12,750 72-71-68-78--289 +9
Mark Calcavecchia, $12,450 70-69-77-74--290 +10
Fred Couples, $12,450 72-72-70-76--290 +10
Joe Durant, $12,250 73-71-73-74--291 +11
Stephen Ames, $12,250 67-72-74-78--291 +11
John Daly, $12,050 71-69-78-74--292 +12
Rory Sabbatini, $12,050 67-69-76-80--292 +12
Mike Small, $11,900 74-68-80-73--295 +15
Kevin Sutherland, $11,800 74-70-75-77--296 +16
Darrell Kestner, $11,700 72-70-78-79--299 +19
Hal Sutton, $11,600 69-73-80-78--300 +20

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