Final Scores and Earnings from the British Open

By Golf Channel NewsroomJuly 17, 2005, 4:00 pm
Old Course
St. Andrews, Scotland
Purse $7,300,000

Tiger Woods, $1,261,584 66-67-71-70--274
Colin Montgomerie, $753,446 71-66-70-72--279
Fred Couples, $424,909 68-71-73-68--280
Jose Maria Olazabal, $424,909 68-70-68-74--280
Geoff Ogilvy, $214,060 71-74-67-69--281
Bernhard Langer, $214,060 71-69-70-71--281
Michael Campbell, $214,060 69-72-68-72--281
Vijay Singh, $214,060 69-69-71-72--281
Sergio Garcia, $214,060 70-69-69-73--281
Retief Goosen, $214,060 68-73-66-74--281
Graeme McDowell, $116,959 69-72-74-67--282
Nick Faldo, $116,959 74-69-70-69--282
Ian Poulter, $116,959 70-72-71-69--282
Kenny Perry, $116,959 71-71-68-72--282
David Frost, $81,102 77-65-72-69--283
Nick O'Hern, $81,102 73-69-71-70--283
Mark Hensby, $81,102 67-77-69-70--283
a-Lloyd Saltman 73-71-68-71--283
Trevor Immelman, $81,102 68-70-73-72--283
John Daly, $81,102 71-69-70-73--283
Sean O'Hair, $81,102 73-67-70-73--283
Darren Clarke, $81,102 73-70-67-73--283
a-Eric Ramsay 68-74-74-68--284
Tom Lehman, $56,947 75-69-70-70--284
Tadahiro Takayama, $56,947 72-72-70-70--284
Scott Drummond, $56,947 74-71-69-70--284
Nicholas Flanagan, $56,947 73-71-69-71--284
Scott Verplank, $56,947 68-70-72-74--284
Bart Bryant, $56,947 69-70-71-74--284
Tim Clark, $56,947 71-69-70-74--284
Brad Faxon, $56,947 72-66-70-76--284
Richard Green, $46,433 72-68-72-73--285
Sandy Lyle, $46,433 74-67-69-75--285
Joe Ogilvie, $38,548 74-70-73-69--286
Ernie Els, $38,548 74-67-75-70--286
Thomas Levet, $38,548 69-71-75-71--286
Peter Hanson, $38,548 72-72-71-71--286
Henrik Stenson, $38,548 74-67-73-72--286
Simon Dyson, $38,548 70-71-72-73--286
Adam Scott, $38,548 70-71-70-75--286
Paul McGinley, $26,243 70-75-73-69--287
Simon Khan, $26,243 69-70-78-70--287
Tom Watson, $26,243 75-70-70-72--287
Hiroyuki Fujita, $26,243 72-68-74-73--287
Steve Webster, $26,243 71-72-71-73--287
Kyoung Ju Choi, $26,243 75-68-71-73--287
Tim Herron, $26,243 73-72-68-74--287
Stuart Appleby, $26,243 72-68-72-75--287
Bob Tway, $26,243 69-71-72-75--287
Soren Hansen, $26,243 72-72-66-77--287
Maarten Lafeber, $26,243 73-70-67-77--287
Justin Leonard, $19,154 73-71-75-69--288
Luke Donald, $19,154 68-73-77-70--288
Paul Lawrie, $19,154 72-71-75-70--288
Robert Allenby, $19,154 70-68-79-71--288
Miguel Angel Jimenez, $19,154 69-72-76-71--288
Thongchai Jaidee, $19,154 73-68-75-72--288
Fredrik Jacobson, $19,154 71-70-72-75--288
Bo Van Pelt, $19,154 72-67-73-76--288
Tino Schuster, $17,522 68-74-74-73--289
Mark Calcavecchia, $17,522 70-73-73-73--289
John Bickerton, $17,522 75-70-71-73--289
a-Edoardo Molinari 70-70-74-75--289
Phil Mickelson, $17,522 74-67-72-76--289
Greg Norman, $17,522 72-71-70-76--289
Peter Lonard, $16,996 68-70-77-75--290
Duffy Waldorf, $16,383 74-68-81-68--291
Robert Rock, $16,383 73-71-75-72--291
Chris Riley, $16,383 68-73-75-75--291
Chris DiMarco, $16,383 75-69-71-76--291
Pat Perez, $16,383 72-70-72-77--291
David Smail, $16,383 73-72-69-77--291
Patrik Sjoland, $15,770 74-71-76-71--292
Ted Purdy, $15,419 72-72-77-72--293
Scott Gutschewski, $15,419 76-69-75-73--293
S K Ho, $15,419 73-71-72-77--293
Steve Flesch, $15,069 74-70-72-78--294
Graeme Storm, $14,806 75-70-80-71--296
Rod Pampling, $14,806 74-71-71-80--296
a-Matthew Richardson 75-69-77-76--297

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