Final Scores and Earnings from the Bell Canadian Open

By Golf Channel NewsroomSeptember 7, 2003, 4:00 pm

 

 

Purse $4,200,000
Hamilton G&CC
HAMILTON, Ontario
Par 70

 

Bob Tway 1 70-70-66-66 272 $756,000.00
Brad Faxon 2 67-72-66-67 272 $453,600.00
Tom Pernice, Jr. 3 68-72-65-68 273 $285,600.00
Hidemichi Tanaka T4 66-70-67-71 274 $184,800.00
K.J. Choi T4 71-70-67-66 274 $184,800.00
Fred Funk T6 69-68-68-70 275 $145,950.00
Vijay Singh T6 75-67-65-68 275 $145,950.00
Loren Roberts T8 70-67-71-68 276 $126,000.00
Matt Gogel T8 69-70-70-67 276 $126,000.00
Mike Weir 10 69-69-70-69 277 $113,400.00
Tommy Armour III T11 68-71-70-69 278 $96,600.00
Garrett Willis T11 70-69-69-70 278 $96,600.00
Steve Allan T11 72-66-69-71 278 $96,600.00
Jay Don Blake T14 71-72-71-65 279 $63,093.34
Tom Byrum T14 67-69-73-70 279 $63,093.33
Bob Estes T14 70-69-71-69 279 $63,093.33
Len Mattiace T14 71-69-70-69 279 $63,093.33
Jeff Sluman T14 72-69-71-67 279 $63,093.34
Paul Goydos T14 71-70-67-71 279 $63,093.33
Thomas Levet T14 72-70-70-67 279 $63,093.33
Peter Lonard T14 71-69-72-67 279 $63,093.34
Charles Howell III T14 67-68-70-74 279 $63,093.33
David Edwards T23 71-69-70-70 280 $35,400.00
Tom Lehman T23 68-69-74-69 280 $35,400.00
Stephen Ames T23 72-69-69-70 280 $35,400.00
Glen Day T23 67-73-73-67 280 $35,400.00
Chris Riley T23 69-70-69-72 280 $35,400.00
Mathew Goggin T23 69-72-68-71 280 $35,400.00
Patrick Sheehan T23 68-73-69-70 280 $35,400.00
Mike Standly T30 75-67-70-69 281 $27,930.00
Dicky Pride T30 70-72-70-69 281 $27,930.00
Kelly Gibson T32 67-70-75-70 282 $21,336.00
Dennis Paulson T32 74-69-65-74 282 $21,336.00
John Riegger T32 71-70-74-67 282 $21,336.00
Scott Verplank T32 72-70-73-67 282 $21,336.00
Neal Lancaster T32 75-65-73-69 282 $21,336.00
Jeff Brehaut T32 68-71-70-73 282 $21,336.00
Deane Pappas T32 72-70-70-70 282 $21,336.00
Aaron Barber T32 75-68-67-72 282 $21,336.00
Pat Perez T32 71-72-68-71 282 $21,336.00
Adam Scott T32 74-69-68-71 282 $21,336.00
Donnie Hammond T42 72-71-68-72 283 $14,280.00
Dave Rummells T42 73-70-69-71 283 $14,280.00
David Sutherland T42 71-71-73-68 283 $14,280.00
Steven Alker T42 72-68-73-70 283 $14,280.00
Aaron Baddeley T42 71-69-71-72 283 $14,280.00
Hunter Mahan T42 73-69-70-71 283 $14,280.00
Paul Azinger T48 70-68-76-70 284 $10,342.50
David Frost T48 73-66-71-74 284 $10,342.50
Joey Sindelar T48 74-68-71-71 284 $10,342.50
Mike Springer T48 72-67-69-76 284 $10,342.50
Kent Jones T48 71-68-72-73 284 $10,342.50
Carlos Franco T48 74-67-70-73 284 $10,342.50
Chris Anderson T48 71-71-72-70 284 $10,342.50
Jason Buha T48 70-70-70-74 284 $10,342.50
Mark Wilson T56 74-68-70-73 285 $9,450.00
Michael Harris T56 71-72-71-71 285 $9,450.00
Andy Miller T56 69-73-70-73 285 $9,450.00
John E. Morgan T56 71-72-71-71 285 $9,450.00
Jim Carter T60 70-72-69-75 286 $8,988.00
Jim McGovern T60 71-68-75-72 286 $8,988.00
Steve Stricker T60 74-68-72-72 286 $8,988.00
Brett Quigley T60 71-72-72-71 286 $8,988.00
Kaname Yokoo T60 73-70-73-70 286 $8,988.00
Derek Gillespie T60 69-74-73-70 286 $8,988.00
Jon Mills T60 71-72-72-71 286 $8,988.00
Corey Pavin T67 73-70-72-72 287 $8,442.00
Mike Grob T67 71-69-73-74 287 $8,442.00
Glen Hnatiuk T67 71-70-74-72 287 $8,442.00
Todd Fischer T67 70-73-68-76 287 $8,442.00
Briny Baird T67 71-66-78-72 287 $8,442.00
Paul Gow T67 73-67-74-73 287 $8,442.00
Olin Browne T73 70-71-72-75 288 $8,022.00
Mike Sposa T73 72-71-73-72 288 $8,022.00
David Morland IV T73 71-70-71-76 288 $8,022.00
Kenichi Kuboya T73 69-67-74-78 288 $8,022.00
Christopher Baryla T73 71-68-77-72 288 $00.00
Guy Boros 78 72-69-74-74 289 $7,812.00
Bill Glasson T79 68-71-78-76 293 $7,686.00
Esteban Toledo T79 72-70-75-76 293 $7,686.00
Jeff Klein 81 71-72-76-78 297 $7,560.00

Missed cut:
 
Billy Andrade CUT 77-67 144
Jim Gallagher, Jr. CUT 71-73 144
Marco Dawson CUT 72-72 144
Kevin Sutherland CUT 71-73 144
Dean Wilson CUT 75-69 144
Jesper Parnevik CUT 75-69 144
Chris Greenwood CUT 73-71 144
Doug Barron CUT 74-70 144
John Rollins CUT 75-69 144
Brad Elder CUT 75-69 144
David Hearn CUT 73-71 144
Mark O'Meara CUT 75-70 145
Tim Petrovic CUT 72-73 145
Brian Bateman CUT 75-70 145
John Maginnes CUT 70-75 145
Tom Gillis CUT 72-73 145
Ian Leggatt CUT 73-72 145
Michael Clark II CUT 74-71 145
Brian Gay CUT 76-69 145
Scott Laycock CUT 73-72 145
Gavin Coles CUT 75-70 145
Mark Johnson CUT 73-72 145
Gary Hallberg CUT 75-71 146
Scott Simpson CUT 73-73 146
Willie Wood CUT 68-78 146
Brian Henninger CUT 76-70 146
Tom Carter CUT 77-69 146
Rob McMillan CUT 76-70 146
Carl Paulson CUT 74-72 146
Arron Oberholser CUT 72-74 146
Jason Gore CUT 74-72 146
Rob Johnson CUT 74-72 146
Richard Scott CUT 76-70 146
Mike Hulbert CUT 74-73 147
Steve Pate CUT 76-71 147
Stan Utley CUT 77-70 147
Richard Zokol CUT 71-76 147
John Morse CUT 74-73 147
Robert Damron CUT 73-74 147
Anthony Painter CUT 76-71 147
Brent Schwarzrock CUT 79-68 147
David Gossett CUT 77-70 147
Nick Watney CUT 71-76 147
Brandel Chamblee CUT 76-72 148
Jim Rutledge CUT 74-74 148
Mark Carnevale CUT 73-75 148
Per-Ulrik Johansson CUT 75-73 148
J.J. Henry CUT 75-73 148
Mike Donald CUT 76-73 149
Andrew Magee CUT 75-74 149
Tom Scherrer CUT 77-72 149
Vance Veazey CUT 74-75 149
Gabriel Hjertstedt CUT 75-74 149
John Robertson CUT 77-72 149
Grant Waite CUT 76-74 150
James Lepp CUT 80-70 150
Peter Laws CUT 78-72 150
Michael Bradley CUT 77-74 151
Jay Williamson CUT 73-78 151
Craig Barlow CUT 75-76 151
Notah Begay III CUT 77-74 151
Darron Stiles CUT 74-77 151
Kenneth Staton CUT 74-77 151
Jason Caron CUT 76-75 151
Erik Compton CUT 77-74 151
Akio Sadakata CUT 78-73 151
Richard S. Johnson CUT 77-74 151
Cameron Yancey CUT 78-73 151
Patrick Damron CUT 79-72 151
Lindsay Bernakevitch CUT 75-76 151
Todd Barranger CUT 81-73 154
Greg Chalmers CUT 76-78 154
Dan Halldorson CUT 77-78 155
Scott Bogle CUT 83-81 164
John Daly W/D 75 75
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After Further Review: Tiger's return comes at perfect time

By Golf Channel DigitalJanuary 22, 2018, 2:19 am

Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. Here's what's weighing on our writers' minds.

On the current state of golf as Tiger Woods returns to competition ...

Less than four days before Tiger Woods returns to official competitive golf for the first time in a year, Jon Rahm, the new second-ranked player in the world, won on the PGA Tour and Rory McIlroy made an impressive 2018 debut on the European Tour (T-3).

Not since Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus crossed paths at the 1960 U.S. Open has there been so many superstars all poised for big seasons, with world No. 1 Dustin Johnson having already won this year and Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas both coming off stellar seasons.

It’s a good time for golf. - Rex Hoggard


On Tommy Fleetwood's continued success ...

There have been scores of talented European players whose skills didn’t translate to the PGA Tour … and maybe, in a few years, Tommy Fleetwood will prove to be no different.

He sure looks like the real deal, though.  

His title defense in Abu Dhabi – on the strength of a back-nine 30 in windy conditions – was his third title in the past 12 months and 11th top-10 overall. A few of those have come in majors and World Golf Championship events, too, which led the reigning Race to Dubai champion to accept PGA Tour membership for this season.

Beginning at Riviera, he plans to play exclusively in the States through May, then reassess for the rest of the year. Hope he sticks, because he’s a fun personality with tons of game. - Ryan Lavner

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Rahm passes Spieth to become world No. 2

By Nick MentaJanuary 22, 2018, 1:25 am

With his win Sunday at the CareerBuilder Challenge, Jon Rahm picked up his second PGA Tour victory and moved to No. 2 in the FedExCup points standings.

He picked up one more No. 2, too.

The 23-year-old Spaniard passed Jordan Spieth to move to No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking, behind only Dustin Johnson.

In 19 months, since June 2016, Rahm has rocketed from No. 776 in the world to No. 2, thanks in part to his low divisor, his number of events played.

Asked after his playoff victory over Andrew Landry to discuss his rapid ascent up the world rankings, Rahm was almost at a loss.

“It's hard to believe to be honest, passing Jordan Spieth,” he said. “That's a three-time major champion. I only have two wins. He's got 10-plus, right? It's again – I've said it many times – I never thought I was going to be at this point in my life right now.”

Rahm may only have two PGA Tour titles, but this is his fourth worldwide win in the last year, dating back to last season’s Farmers Insurance Open. He also took the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open and the DP World Tour Championship on his way to claiming the European Tour’s 2017 Rookie of the Year Award.

Dating back to the start of last season on the PGA Tour, Rahm has racked up 12 top-10s, three runner-ups, and two wins.

He will head to Torrey Pines next week ready to defend for the first time.

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Brady compares self to Woods after winning AFC title

By Jason CrookJanuary 22, 2018, 1:05 am

Tom Brady and Tiger Woods are two of the all-time greats in their respective sports ... a fact that is not lost on the five-time Super Bowl winning quarterback.

Fresh off leading the New England Patriots to a AFC Championship victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, Brady was asked about winning the game despite a cut on his throwing hand - which made national news heading into the matchup.

His response invoked the name of a certain 14-time major winner, something that would be tough to pull off, if not for the fact that he is, you know, Tom Brady.

“I think it's kind of arrogant to say it bothered me when we had a pretty good game, so I wouldn't say that," the 40-year-old told reporters after the game. "It's like when Tiger Woods said, ‘That was my C game’ and he won the tournament."

Tiger Woods winning with his "C game" may be a distant memory for golf fans, but no matter what game he brings, his next chance to win comes next week at Torrey Pines during his official comeback to the PGA Tour.

Brady has a shot at his sixth Super Bowl title in two weeks. The Patriots would probably benefit from him bringing a little better than his "C game" as well.

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Rahm beats Landry in playoff to win CareerBuilder

By Nick MentaJanuary 22, 2018, 1:00 am

Jon Rahm birdied the fourth extra hole Sunday to defeat Andrew Landry in a playoff, win the CareerBuilder Challenge and move to No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Here’s how things played out in overtime at PGA West:

Leaderboard: Rahm (-22), Landry (-22), John Huh (-20), Adam Hadwin (-20), Martin Piller (-20), Kevin Chappell (-19), Scott Piercy (-19)

What it means: This is Rahm’s second PGA Tour win and his fourth worldwide victory in the last year, dating back to last season’s Farmers Insurance Open. Rahm took the early lead Thursday with an opening 62 and after rounds of 67-70, he started the final round two back. On Sunday, he made five birdies without dropping a single shot on the intimidating Stadium Course. In the clubhouse at 22 under, Rahm watched as Landry made birdie on 18 to force a playoff.

Rahm missed birdie putts that would have ended the tournament on the final hole of regulation and on each playoff hole. Finally, on his fourth trip down 18 of the day, his birdie bid found the cup. With the victory, Rahm passes Jordan Spieth to move to No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking, trailing only Dustin Johnson. He enters next week at Torrey Pines looking to defend for the first time.

Best of the rest: A two-time Web.com winner playing his second full season on the PGA Tour, Landry shot 68 Sunday, making birdie on the 72nd hole to force extras. Once Rahm finally made birdie on the fourth playoff hole, Landry's putt to extend slid by on the right edge. This is Landry's best career finish on the PGA Tour. Had he won, he would have secured full Tour status through the 2019-20 season and earned invites to the Masters, Players, and PGA Championships.

Round of the day: Sam Saunders fired an 8-under 64 to register this best finish of the season, a tie for eighth at 18 under. The reigning Web.com Tour Championship winner was 9 under par through 12 holes before making bogey at 13 and parring his way into the clubhouse.

Biggest disappointment: Overnight leader Austin Cook was eyeing his second win of the season but never contended. The RSM champion carded two double bogeys Sunday en route to a 3-over 75, dropping him from the 54-hole lead to a tie for 14th.

Shot of the day: Rahm's putt to win:

Quote of the day: "One of us had to do it and either one of us would have been a well-deserving champion." - Rahm on his playoff victory over Landry