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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    Fleetwood rallies to defend Abu Dhabi title

    By Will GrayJanuary 21, 2018, 12:48 pm

    The 2018 European Tour season has begun just as the 2017 one ended: with Tommy Fleetwood's name atop the standings.

    Facing the most difficult conditions of the week, Fleetwood charged down the stretch to shoot a 7-under 65 in the final round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, good enough for a two-shot win and a successful title defense.

    Abu Dhabi was the start of Fleetwood's resurgence a year ago, the first of two European Tour victories en route to the season-long Race to Dubai title. This time around the Englishman started the final round two shots off the lead but rallied with six birdies over his final nine holes to reclaim the trophy.

    Fleetwood was five shots behind countryman Ross Fisher when he made made the turn, but he birdied the par-5 10th and then added four birdies in a five-hole stretch from Nos. 12-16. The decisive shot came on the final hole, when his pitch from the left rough nestled within a few feet of the hole for a closing birdie.

    Fleetwood's 22-under total left him two shots ahead of Fisher and four shots clear of Rory McIlroy and Matthew Fitzpatrick. After entering the week ranked No. 18, Fleetwood is expected to move to at least No. 12 in the world when the new rankings are published.

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    Garcia cruises to five-shot win in Singapore

    By Associated PressJanuary 21, 2018, 12:10 pm

    SINGAPORE - Sergio Garcia played 27 holes on the last day without dropping a shot to win the Singapore Open by five strokes Sunday in an ominous display of his newfound self-belief as he prepares to defend his Masters title.

    Still brimming with confidence after claiming his first major title at Augusta National last year, Garcia started his new season with a runaway victory at the Sentosa Golf Club, finishing at 14-under 270.

    Returning to the course just after dawn to complete his third round after play was suspended on Saturday because of lightning strikes, Garcia finished his last nine holes in 4 under for a round of 66 to take a one-shot lead into the final round.

    With organizers desperate to avert the constant threat of more bad weather and finish the tournament on time, Garcia promptly returned to the first tee shortly after and fired a flawless 3-under 68, cruising to victory with 10 straight pars as his rivals floundered in the stifling humidity.

    ''It may have looked easy, but it wasn't easy. You still have to hit a lot of good shots out there,'' Garcia said. ''It's always great to start with a win, to do it here at this golf course against a good field in Asia on conditions that weren't easy. Hopefully I can ride on this momentum.''

    Garcia's closest rivals at the end were Japan's Satoshi Kodaira (71) and South African Shaun Norris (70). Both birdied the last hole to share second spot but neither was ever close enough on the last day to challenge the leader.


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    ''I could not reach Sergio. I was thinking, 12 or 13 under for the win, but he went beyond that,'' Kodaira said.

    Jazz Janewattananond (71) and his fellow Thai Danthai Bonnma (73) finished equal fourth at 8 under, earning themselves a spot in this year's British Open, while American Sean Crocker, who was given an invitation to the event after turning pro late last year, also won a place at Carnoustie by finishing in a tie for sixth.

    Garcia made just three bogeys in 72 holes and his victory provided the 38-year-old with the 33rd title of his professional career and his sixth on the Asian Tour.

    He has also won three titles in the last 12 months, including the Masters, and his game looks to be in better shape now than it was a year ago.

    He credits the Singapore Open as having played a part in toughening him up for Augusta National because of the steamy conditions and the testing stop-start nature of the tournament, which is regularly stopped because of inclement weather.

    Although he finished tied for 11th in Singapore a year ago, Garcia won the Dubai Desert Classic the next week and was in peak form when he won the Masters two months later.

    "I'm extremely happy with how the week went. It was a tough day and a tough week, with the stopping and going. Fortunately, the weather held on. Still, it was hard to play 27 holes under this heat and I can't wait to get a cold shower,'' Garcia said. ''I came with some good confidence and wishing that I will play well. I hit the ball solid the whole week and didn't miss many shots.''

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    Kelly beats Monty with two-shot swing on final hole

    By Associated PressJanuary 21, 2018, 3:21 am

    KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii – Jerry Kelly made an 18-foot birdie putt on the final hole, Colin Montgomerie missed a 6-footer for par and Kelly turned a one-shot deficit into a victory Saturday in the Mitsubishi Electric Championship, the season opener on the PGA Tour Champions.

    After Kelly drove it well right into lava rocks on the par-4 16th, leading to bogey and giving Montgomerie the lead, Montgomerie made a mistake with his tee shot on the last, finding a fairway bunker. Montgomerie's approach went over the green and after Kelly converted his birdie, the 54-year-old Scot jammed his par putt well past the hole.


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    It was the third win on the over-50 tour for the 51-year-old Kelly, who finished tied for 14th last week at the PGA Tour's Sony Open in Honolulu. That gave him confidence as he hopped over to the Big Island for his tournament debut at Hualalai. The limited-field event includes winners from last season, past champions of the event, major champions and Hall of Famers.

    Kelly closed with a 6-under 66 for a three-day total of 18-under 198. Montgomerie shot 69. David Toms shot 67 and finished two shots back, and Miguel Angel Jimenez was another stroke behind after a 66.

    Bernhard Langer, defending the first of his seven 2017 titles, closed with a 70 to finish at 10 under.

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    Rahm manages frustration, two back at CareerBuilder

    By Randall MellJanuary 21, 2018, 1:21 am

    Jon Rahm managed the winds and his frustrations Saturday at the CareerBuilder Challenge to give himself a chance to win his fourth worldwide title in the last year.

    Rahm’s 2-under-par 70 on the PGA West Stadium Course left him two shots off the lead going into the final round.

    “I wasn’t really dealing with the wind that much,” Rahm said of his frustrations. “I was dealing with not being as fluid as I was the last two days.”


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    The world’s No. 3 ranked player opened with a 62 at La Quinta Country Club on Thursday and followed it up with a 67 on Friday at PGA West. He made six birdies and four bogeys on the Stadium Course on Saturday.

    “The first day, everything was outstanding,” Rahm said. “Yesterday, my driver was a little shaky but my irons shots were perfect. Today, my driver was shaky and my irons shots were shaky. On a course like this, it’s punishing, but luckily on the holes where I found the fairway I was able to make birdies.”

    Rahm is projected to move to No. 2 in the world rankings with a finish of sixth or better on Sunday.