Final Scores and Earnings from the Bob Hope

By Golf Channel NewsroomJanuary 26, 2004, 5:00 pm
04 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic
Purse: $4,500,000
Courses: PGA West (Palmer Course) 72
Indian Wells CC 72
La Quinta CC 72
Bermuda Dunes CC 72

 

 

Phil Mickelson 1 68-63-64-67-68 330 $810,000.00
Skip Kendall 2 63-68-68-66-65 330 $486,000.00
Jay Haas 3 65-68-64-67-67 331 $306,000.00
Jonathan Kaye 4 67-70-66-65-64 332 $216,000.00
Kenny Perry T5 64-66-69-64-71 334 $164,250.00
Jesper Parnevik T5 67-68-66-65-68 334 $164,250.00
Ben Crane T5 68-64-65-69-68 334 $164,250.00
Bernhard Langer 8 67-67-69-68-64 335 $139,500.00
Paul Azinger T9 67-65-66-69-69 336 $104,142.85
J.L. Lewis T9 68-68-69-64-67 336 $104,142.86
Kirk Triplett T9 66-65-68-63-74 336 $104,142.85
Kent Jones T9 69-65-68-68-66 336 $104,142.86
Chris Riley T9 68-64-69-70-65 336 $104,142.86
Rod Pampling T9 70-67-67-66-66 336 $104,142.86
Harrison Frazar T9 73-67-66-63-67 336 $104,142.86
Rocco Mediate T16 70-67-65-69-66 337 $69,750.00
Mark O'Meara T16 72-69-67-65-64 337 $69,750.00
Jeff Sluman T16 68-67-66-70-66 337 $69,750.00
Steve Flesch T16 72-66-63-68-68 337 $69,750.00
Loren Roberts T20 67-67-66-66-72 338 $48,750.00
Scott Verplank T20 70-64-71-68-65 338 $48,750.00
Duffy Waldorf T20 71-67-65-69-66 338 $48,750.00
Stephen Ames T20 68-72-64-69-65 338 $48,750.00
Geoff Ogilvy T20 69-67-63-71-68 338 $48,750.00
Zach Johnson T20 66-67-70-66-69 338 $48,750.00
Joe Durant T26 74-67-68-65-65 339 $33,975.00
Dean Wilson T26 67-65-69-68-70 339 $33,975.00
Danny Ellis T26 71-63-67-64-74 339 $33,975.00
Retief Goosen T26 71-64-70-67-67 339 $33,975.00
John Daly T30 68-68-65-72-67 340 $27,337.50
John Riegger T30 69-63-71-70-67 340 $27,337.50
Jerry Kelly T30 65-71-70-67-67 340 $27,337.50
Justin Leonard T30 65-71-69-68-67 340 $27,337.50
Joe Ogilvie T30 66-67-68-68-71 340 $27,337.50
Richard S. Johnson T30 66-70-64-68-72 340 $27,337.50
Bob Estes T36 69-68-71-66-67 341 $21,195.00
Lee Janzen T36 66-73-67-68-67 341 $21,195.00
Tom Pernice, Jr. T36 70-65-68-69-69 341 $21,195.00
Robert Damron T36 72-67-64-70-68 341 $21,195.00
Stephen Leaney T36 69-71-67-68-66 341 $21,195.00
Billy Andrade T41 69-68-71-63-71 342 $16,200.00
Steve Pate T41 67-67-67-72-69 342 $16,200.00
Bob Burns T41 68-69-63-71-71 342 $16,200.00
Mike Weir T41 70-67-68-70-67 342 $16,200.00
Notah Begay III T41 68-66-67-71-70 342 $16,200.00
John Senden T41 66-72-62-73-69 342 $16,200.00
Marco Dawson T47 69-73-66-66-69 343 $12,360.00
Paul Stankowski T47 68-69-69-69-68 343 $12,360.00
Kevin Na T47 68-68-68-71-68 343 $12,360.00
Robert Gamez T50 71-69-60-69-75 344 $10,770.00
Peter Jacobsen T50 67-70-69-71-67 344 $10,770.00
Michael Allen T50 70-67-68-71-68 344 $10,770.00
Stewart Cink T50 71-68-68-70-67 344 $10,770.00
Fredrik Jacobson T50 67-69-66-71-71 344 $10,770.00
Carl Pettersson T50 74-69-69-64-68 344 $10,770.00
Steve Elkington T56 68-70-68-71-68 345 $10,035.00
Donnie Hammond T56 68-72-68-67-70 345 $10,035.00
Neal Lancaster T56 70-69-68-70-68 345 $10,035.00
Scott McCarron T56 76-64-69-65-71 345 $10,035.00
Chad Campbell T56 70-68-70-67-70 345 $10,035.00
Todd Fischer T56 68-67-63-70-77 345 $10,035.00
Mark Calcavecchia T62 72-65-68-67-74 346 $9,450.00
John Huston T62 70-70-66-68-72 346 $9,450.00
Grant Waite T62 68-67-68-73-70 346 $9,450.00
Kevin Sutherland T62 74-67-66-68-71 346 $9,450.00
Spike McRoy T62 74-67-67-69-69 346 $9,450.00
Chris Couch T62 66-67-70-70-73 346 $9,450.00
Mathias Gronberg T62 67-66-71-73-69 346 $9,450.00
Corey Pavin T69 70-71-68-68-70 347 $8,955.00
Tim Petrovic T69 69-68-73-66-71 347 $8,955.00
Per-Ulrik Johansson T69 67-74-64-68-74 347 $8,955.00
J.J. Henry T69 72-70-70-65-70 347 $8,955.00
Patrick Sheehan 73 69-69-72-66-72 348 $8,730.00
Steve Lowery T74 73-70-69-65-72 349 $8,595.00
Glen Hnatiuk T74 67-74-65-71-72 349 $8,595.00
Cameron Beckman T76 72-68-69-68-73 350 $8,415.00
Brenden Pappas T76 67-69-71-70-73 350 $8,415.00
Ian Leggatt 78 73-70-68-65-75 351 $8,280.00
Patrick Moore 79 72-71-68-66-76 353 $8,190.00

Missed the Cut:
Dan Forsman CUT 70-68-70-70 278
Gene Sauers CUT 69-69-69-71 278
Esteban Toledo CUT 71-70-70-67 278
Jay Williamson CUT 67-69-74-68 278
Mark Hensby CUT 63-72-71-72 278
Steve Allan CUT 72-73-66-67 278
David Branshaw CUT 72-69-75-62 278
Jay Delsing CUT 68-74-67-70 279
Keith Fergus CUT 72-69-70-68 279
Chris Smith CUT 70-69-70-70 279
Matt Gogel CUT 73-70-64-72 279
Tim Herron CUT 70-70-71-68 279
Carlos Franco CUT 70-70-69-70 279
Craig Barlow CUT 70-70-70-69 279
Mark Brooks CUT 70-71-67-72 280
John Cook CUT 67-75-68-70 280
Dudley Hart CUT 71-72-69-68 280
Brent Geiberger CUT 68-70-69-73 280
David Morland IV CUT 72-73-67-68 280
Briny Baird CUT 70-71-72-67 280
Daniel Chopra CUT 68-68-73-71 280
Billy Mayfair CUT 68-75-68-70 281
Bo Van Pelt CUT 68-69-70-74 281
David Peoples CUT 70-72-69-71 282
Brandt Jobe CUT 70-64-73-75 282
Jeff Brehaut CUT 73-71-69-69 282
J.P. Hayes CUT 71-73-68-70 282
Heath Slocum CUT 72-70-68-72 282
Ryan Palmer CUT 74-72-68-68 282
Rich Beem CUT 72-67-69-74 282
Chris DiMarco CUT 74-67-74-68 283
Glen Day CUT 69-70-73-71 283
Fred Funk CUT 71-66-77-70 284
Hal Sutton CUT 70-74-71-69 284
Steve Stricker CUT 72-71-67-74 284
Charles Howell III CUT 70-69-70-75 284
Olin Browne CUT 72-67-73-73 285
Joey Sindelar CUT 70-75-69-71 285
Pat Bates CUT 70-69-72-76 287
David Gossett CUT 71-73-72-72 288
Pat Perez CUT 70-75-71-72 288
Tommy Armour III CUT 73-76-69-71 289
Cliff Kresge CUT 69-74-70-76 289
Tom Carter CUT 70-78-75-71 294
Geoffrey Dean CUT 79-73-73-69 294
Ed Fiori CUT 74-72-74-75 295
Michael Beard CUT 75-81-69-71 296
Mark Hayes CUT 80-70-79-74 303
Chris Perry W/D 74-76 150

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  • Day, Spieth chasing Davis after Day 1 of Aussie Open

    By Jason CrookNovember 23, 2017, 6:50 am

    The PGA Tour is off this week but a couple of the circuit’s biggest stars – Jordan Spieth and Jason Day – are headlining the Emirates Australian Open, the first event in The Open Qualifying Series for the 2018 Open at Carnoustie. Here's how things look after the opening round, where Cameron Davis has opened up a two-shot lead:

    Leaderboard: Cameron Davis (-8), Taylor MacDonald (-6), Nick Cullen (-5), Jason Day (-5), Brian Campbell (-4), Lucas Herbert (-4), Stephen Leaney (-4), Anthony Quayle (-4)

    What it means: Jordan Spieth has won this event three of the last four years, including last year, but he got off to a rocky start on Thursday. Playing in the windy afternoon wave, the world No. 2 bogeyed his first two holes but rebounded with birdies on Nos. 4 and 5. It was more of the same the rest of the way as the 24-year-old carded three more bogeys and four birdies, getting into the clubhouse with a 1-under 70. While it certainly wasn't the start he was hoping for, Spieth didn't shoot himself out of the tournament with 54 holes left to play, he has plenty of time to claw his way up the leaderboard.

    Round of the day: With Round 1 in the books, the solo leader, Davis, is the easy pick here. The 22-year-old Aussie who turned pro last year, came out of the gates on fire, birdieing six of his first seven holes, including four in a row on Nos. 4 through 7. He did drop a shot on the ninth hole to go out in 30 but rebounded with three more birdies on the back to card a 8-under 63. Davis, who was born in Sydney and played this year on the Mackenzie Tour in Canada. He will attempt to get his Web.com Tour card next month during qualifying in Arizona.

    Best of the rest: Making his first start in his home country in four years, Day started on the 10th hole at The Australian Golf Club and made four birdies to one bogey on the back side before adding four more circles after making the turn. Unfortunately for the 30-year-old, he also added an ugly double-bogey 6 on the par-4 eighth hole and had to settle for a 5-under 66, good enough to sit T-3. Day, who has dropped to No. 12 in the world rankings, is looking for his first win on any tour since the 2016 Players Championship.

    Main storyline heading into Friday: Can the upstart 22-year-old Davis hold off the star power chasing him or will he fold to the pressure of major champions in his rearview mirror? Day (afternoon) and Spieth (morning) are once again on opposite ends of the draw on Friday as they try to improve their position before the weekend.

    Shot of the day: It’s tough to beat an ace in this category, and we had one of those on Thursday from Australian Brad Shilton. Shilton’s hole-in-one on the par-3, 188-yard 11th hole came with a special prize, a $16k watch.

    Quote of the day: “Just two bad holes. Pretty much just two bad swings for the day,” – Day, after his 66 on Thursday. 

    Watch: Shilton wins $16k timepiece with hole-in-one

    By Golf Channel DigitalNovember 23, 2017, 2:50 am

    Australian Brad Shilton made a hole-in-one on the par-3, 188-yard 11th hole during the first round of the Australian Open, and he was rewarded handsomely for his efforts - with a Tag Heuer watch worth $16k.

    Day gets in early mix with 66 in return to Australia

    By Associated PressNovember 23, 2017, 2:32 am

    SYDNEY - Jason Day's first tournament round in Australia in four years was a 5-under 66 to put him among the leaders early Thursday at the Australian Open.

    Day's round came unhinged late with a double-bogey 6 on the par-4 eighth hole, his second-last of the day. He hit his tee shot into the trees on the left, hit back out to the fairway, missed his approach to the green and then couldn't get up and down.

    ''That was brutal,'' Day said of the 481-yard hole that played into gusting winds.

    But Day recovered quickly to birdie his last to sit three strokes behind fellow Australian and early leader Cameron Davis, who started on the first, had six front-nine birdies and shot 63 at The Australian Golf Club.

    In between the two was Australian Taylor MacDonald, who shot 65.

    ''It was a pretty solid round, I didn't miss many fairways, I didn't miss many greens,'' Day said. ''I'd give myself a seven or eight out of 10.''

    Defending champion Jordan Spieth, attempting to win the Australian Open for the third time in four years, was off to a poor start among the afternoon players, bogeying his first two holes.

    The Sydney-born Davis played most of this season on the Mackenzie Tour in Canada and will attempt to secure his Web.com card in the final round of qualifying from Dec. 7-10 in Chandler, Arizona.

    ''Everything went to plan,'' Davis said. ''I got off to a great start. I was hitting my spots and was able to keep it together on the back nine.''

    NOTES: Australian Brad Shilton had the first ace of the tournament, using a 5-iron for a hole-in-one on the par-3, 188-yard 11th hole, his second hole of the day. Australian veteran Geoff Ogilvy, the 2006 U.S. Open winner, shot 69. He and Rod Pampling (68) played the first round with Day.

    Day: Woods feeling good, hitting it long

    By Golf Channel DigitalNovember 22, 2017, 9:33 pm

    Jason Day says Tiger Woods told him he feels better than he has in three years, which is good news for Woods a week ahead of his return to the PGA Tour at the Hero World Challenge.

    Day, a fellow Nike endorser, was asked about Woods during his news conference at the Emirates Australian Open on Wednesday. "I did talk to him," Day said, per a report in the Sydney Morning Herald,"and he did say it's the best he's ever felt in three years'" Day said.

    "He doesn't wake up with pain anymore, which is great. I said to him, 'Look, it's great to be one of the best players ever to live, but health is one thing that we all take for granted and if you can't live a happy, healthy life, then that's difficult.'"

    The Hero World Challenge will be played Nov. 30-Dec. 3 in the Bahamas and broadcast on Golf Channel and NBC.

    Day, who has had his own health issues, said he could empathize with Woods.

    "I totally understand where he's coming from, because sometimes I wake up in the morning and it takes me 10 minutes to get out of bed, and for him to be in pain for three years is very frustrating."

    Woods has not played since February after undergoing surgery following a recurrence of back problems.

    "From what I see on Instagram and what he's been telling me, he says he's ready and I'm hoping that he is, because from what I hear, he's hitting it very long," Day said.

    "And if he's hitting it long and straight, then that's going to be tough for us because it is Tiger Woods. He's always been a clutch putter and in amongst the best and it will be interesting to see.

    "There's no pressure. I think it's a 17- or 18-man field, there's no cut, he's playing at a tournament where last year I think he had the most birdies at."