Final Scores and Earnings from the Buick

By Golf Channel NewsroomAugust 29, 2005, 4:00 pm
PGA Tour (75x100)
TPC at River Highlands
Cromwell, Conn.
Purse: $4.3 million
Par 70

 

x-won on first hole of playoff
x-Brad Faxon, $774,000 69-71-65-61--266 -14
Tjaart van der Walt, $464,400 68-66-68-64--266 -14
Justin Rose, $292,400 65-63-70-69--267 -13
Michael Putnam, $177,733.34 65-69-71-63--268 -12
Jerry Kelly, $177,733.33 68-67-67-66--268 -12
Ben Curtis, $177,733.33 64-68-67-69--268 -12
Kenny Perry, $144,050 70-69-67-63--269 -11
Corey Pavin, $133,300 66-69-67-68--270 -10
Nick Watney, $116,100 69-66-70-66--271 -9
Darron Stiles, $116,100 71-69-63-68--271 -9
Woody Austin, $116,100 69-68-65-69--271 -9
Jeff Brehaut, $87,075 68-68-72-64--272 -8
Glen Day, $87,075 68-67-71-66--272 -8
Tom Gillis, $87,075 67-68-71-66--272 -8
Vaughn Taylor, $87,075 65-70-71-66--272 -8
Jeff Maggert, $66,650 70-68-69-66--273 -7
Robert Allenby, $66,650 68-66-72-67--273 -7
Steve Allan, $66,650 70-68-68-67--273 -7
Kevin Sutherland, $66,650 65-67-72-69--273 -7
Joey Sindelar, $48,332 75-62-72-65--274 -6
Bart Bryant, $48,332 70-69-70-65--274 -6
Frank Lickliter II, $48,332 68-70-68-68--274 -6
Pat Perez, $48,332 70-66-70-68--274 -6
Spencer Levin, $48,332 68-68-69-69--274 -6
Hidemichi Tanaka, $32,823.34 66-70-74-65--275 -5
Bo Van Pelt, $32,823.34 67-71-71-66--275 -5
John Rollins, $32,823.33 74-66-69-66--275 -5
Peter Lonard, $32,823.33 68-71-68-68--275 -5
D.J. Trahan, $32,823.33 71-68-67-69--275 -5
Jeff Hart, $32,823.33 71-67-68-69--275 -5
J.J. Henry, $25,499 67-67-73-69--276 -4
Joe Durant, $25,499 66-73-69-68--276 -4
Darren Clarke, $25,499 70-65-70-71--276 -4
Spike McRoy, $25,499 68-71-66-71--276 -4
Tim Petrovic, $25,499 67-67-70-72--276 -4
Tom Byrum, $19,815.84 67-71-73-66--277 -3
Dudley Hart, $19,815.84 67-73-69-68--277 -3
Chris Smith, $19,815.83 66-67-75-69--277 -3
Paul Gow, $19,815.83 69-70-69-69--277 -3
Matt Kuchar, $19,815.83 70-67-70-70--277 -3
Paul Azinger, $19,815.83 73-65-69-70--277 -3
Mark Calcavecchia, $13,502 70-69-72-67--278 -2
Cameron Beckman, $13,502 68-69-72-69--278 -2
Hunter Haas, $13,502 73-65-71-69--278 -2
Marco Dawson, $13,502 68-71-70-69--278 -2
Doug Barron, $13,502 71-66-71-70--278 -2
Jason Bohn, $13,502 67-70-71-70--278 -2
Patrick Sheehan, $13,502 72-65-71-70--278 -2
Will MacKenzie, $13,502 70-66-71-71--278 -2
Zach Johnson, $13,502 72-63-72-71--278 -2
Lee Westwood, $10,348.67 69-69-70-71--279 -1
Michael Long, $10,348.67 71-68-68-72--279 -1
Dean Wilson, $10,348.66 67-66-73-73--279 -1
Kevin Na, $9,718 70-70-75-65--280 E
Brian Davis, $9,718 71-67-73-69--280 E
Hunter Mahan, $9,718 69-71-72-68--280 E
J.L. Lewis, $9,718 64-74-73-69--280 E
Tim Herron, $9,718 70-67-73-70--280 E
Omar Uresti, $9,718 69-70-71-70--280 E
Brenden Pappas, $9,718 69-69-71-71--280 E
Paul Claxton, $9,331 68-71-72-70--281 +1
Mario Tiziani, $9,331 67-71-71-72--281 +1
Jeff Sluman, $9,116 71-67-76-68--282 +2
Matt Gogel, $9,116 73-66-73-70--282 +2
Brian Gay, $9,116 71-66-73-72--282 +2
Franklin Langham, $8,858 65-70-75-73--283 +3
Len Mattiace, $8,858 71-68-71-73--283 +3
Neal Lancaster, $8,858 71-69-70-73--283 +3
John Huston, $8,643 67-70-76-71--284 +4
Robert Gamez, $8,643 69-70-71-74--284 +4
D.A. Points, $8,471 67-72-73-73--285 +5
Joey Snyder III, $8,471 69-71-69-76--285 +5
Jason Gore, $8,299 74-65-76-72--287 +7
Steven Bowditch, $8,299 68-68-74-77--287 +7
Brian Watts, $8,170 69-71-76-72--288 +8
D.J. Brigman, $8,041 73-67-78-74--292 +12
Dennis Paulson, $8,041 68-69-74-81--292 +12

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