Final Scores and Earnings from the Byron Nelson

By Golf Channel NewsroomMay 17, 2004, 4:00 pm
04 EDS Byron Nelson ClassicTPC at Four Seasons-Las Colinas
Irving, Texas
Purse $5,800,000
Par 70

 
Sergio Garcia          1   66-68-65-71    270 $1,044,000.00
Dudley Hart T2 65-71-67-67 270 $510,400.00
Robert Damron T2 67-69-68-66 270 $510,400.00
Duffy Waldorf T4 67-70-66-68 271 $239,733.33
Tiger Woods T4 65-67-70-69 271 $239,733.33
Tim Herron T4 69-70-68-64 271 $239,733.34
Nick Price T7 66-71-69-66 272 $174,725.00
Ernie Els T7 69-70-66-67 272 $174,725.00
Shigeki Maruyama T7 70-70-66-66 272 $174,725.00
Stephen Leaney T7 66-69-69-68 272 $174,725.00
Mark O'Meara T11 67-66-70-70 273 $133,400.00
Jerry Kelly T11 66-68-67-72 273 $133,400.00
Deane Pappas T11 67-69-66-71 273 $133,400.00
Scott Verplank T14 71-66-67-70 274 $92,800.00
Chris DiMarco T14 69-70-65-70 274 $92,800.00
Brian Bateman T14 69-69-69-67 274 $92,800.00
Matt Gogel T14 69-69-68-68 274 $92,800.00
Carlos Franco T14 70-70-67-67 274 $92,800.00
David Branshaw T14 70-69-67-68 274 $92,800.00
Luke Donald T14 68-71-64-71 274 $92,800.00
Tom Carter T21 68-69-69-69 275 $58,000.00
Briny Baird T21 69-69-65-72 275 $58,000.00
Rod Pampling T21 66-72-66-71 275 $58,000.00
Tjaart Van der Walt T21 69-68-68-70 275 $58,000.00
Rory Sabbatini T21 69-69-70-67 275 $58,000.00
Bo Van Pelt T21 70-69-66-70 275 $58,000.00
John Daly T27 68-71-71-66 276 $39,440.00
Chris Smith T27 66-72-70-68 276 $39,440.00
Shaun Micheel T27 67-68-71-70 276 $39,440.00
Harrison Frazar T27 68-69-70-69 276 $39,440.00
Ted Purdy T27 68-69-67-72 276 $39,440.00
Jonathan Byrd T27 67-67-70-72 276 $39,440.00
Brandt Snedeker T27 70-66-71-69 276 $39,440.00
Russ Cochran T34 70-68-68-71 277 $28,668.57
Kent Jones T34 68-72-67-70 277 $28,668.57
Justin Leonard T34 69-70-68-70 277 $28,668.57
Jesper Parnevik T34 67-73-69-68 277 $28,668.58
Hank Kuehne T34 70-69-65-73 277 $28,668.57
Carl Pettersson T34 67-71-69-70 277 $28,668.57
Kevin Na T34 71-66-69-71 277 $28,668.57
Tommy Armour III T41 73-65-68-72 278 $20,300.00
Bob Tway T41 68-69-69-72 278 $20,300.00
Kevin Sutherland T41 68-71-68-71 278 $20,300.00
Robert Allenby T41 69-67-68-74 278 $20,300.00
John Senden T41 72-68-71-67 278 $20,300.00
J.J. Henry T41 68-71-66-73 278 $20,300.00
Zach Johnson T41 68-69-68-73 278 $20,300.00
Bart Bryant T48 70-70-70-69 279 $14,577.34
J.L. Lewis T48 64-74-68-73 279 $14,577.33
Chad Campbell T48 73-67-69-70 279 $14,577.34
Cameron Beckman T48 70-67-71-71 279 $14,577.33
Peter Lonard T48 64-70-71-74 279 $14,577.33
Jason Bohn T48 69-69-67-74 279 $14,577.33
Tom Byrum T54 71-69-68-72 280 $13,224.00
Jay Williamson T54 66-71-73-70 280 $13,224.00
Craig Perks T54 70-69-71-70 280 $13,224.00
Daniel Chopra T54 66-68-72-74 280 $13,224.00
Rich Barcelo T54 68-71-69-72 280 $13,224.00
Jay Delsing T59 69-68-69-75 281 $12,470.00
Todd Hamilton T59 74-65-70-72 281 $12,470.00
Kenny Perry T59 67-70-71-73 281 $12,470.00
Neal Lancaster T59 70-67-71-73 281 $12,470.00
Vijay Singh T59 68-67-68-78 281 $12,470.00
Mike Weir T59 69-69-69-74 281 $12,470.00
Notah Begay III T59 68-72-70-71 281 $12,470.00
Todd Fischer T59 70-67-70-74 281 $12,470.00
John Cook T67 67-73-75-67 282 $11,716.00
Lee Janzen T67 70-68-71-73 282 $11,716.00
Mark Hensby T67 68-71-67-76 282 $11,716.00
Greg Chalmers T67 68-68-73-73 282 $11,716.00
Pat Perez T67 71-68-71-72 282 $11,716.00
Billy Andrade T72 70-70-71-72 283 $11,252.00
Steve Lowery T72 68-69-70-76 283 $11,252.00
Kevin Durkin T72 66-70-73-74 283 $11,252.00
Scott Simpson 75 71-69-74-71 285 $11,020.00
Tommy Tolles 76 69-69-68-80 286 $10,904.00
Ken Duke 77 70-70-73-74 287 $10,788.00
Gene Sauers 78 71-69-75-73 288 $10,672.00
Vaughn Taylor 79 71-69-73-77 290 $10,556.00
Aaron Baddeley 80 70-69-79-77 295 $10,440.00
 
Missed Cut
Jim Carter CUT 70-71 141
Phil Mickelson CUT 69-72 141
Tim Petrovic CUT 72-69 141
Loren Roberts CUT 71-70 141
Jeff Sluman CUT 70-71 141
Steve Stricker CUT 71-70 141
Bob Burns CUT 67-74 141
Glen Day CUT 69-72 141
Frank Lickliter II CUT 70-71 141
Brian Gay CUT 69-72 141
John Rollins CUT 69-72 141
Rich Beem CUT 71-70 141
D.J. Brigman CUT 71-70 141
Jason Dufner CUT 70-71 141
Jason Hartwick CUT 70-71 141
Bob Estes CUT 72-70 142
Jeff Maggert CUT 68-74 142
David Peoples CUT 71-71 142
Esteban Toledo CUT 68-74 142
Brent Geiberger CUT 69-73 142
Cliff Kresge CUT 73-69 142
Danny Ellis CUT 71-71 142
Hunter Mahan CUT 68-74 142
Richard S. Johnson CUT 72-70 142
Brad Faxon CUT 70-73 143
Fred Funk CUT 72-71 143
Billy Mayfair CUT 74-69 143
Brandt Jobe CUT 68-75 143
Dan Olsen CUT 71-72 143
Spike McRoy CUT 70-73 143
Dean Wilson CUT 68-75 143
Stuart Appleby CUT 71-72 143
Jin Park CUT 68-75 143
Steve Allan CUT 70-73 143
Tim Clark CUT 72-71 143
Ben Crane CUT 67-76 143
JC Anderson CUT 70-74 144
Michael Allen CUT 73-71 144
Chris Couch CUT 74-70 144
Chris Riley CUT 70-74 144
Hidemichi Tanaka CUT 72-72 144
Robert Gamez CUT 71-74 145
David Toms CUT 71-74 145
Woody Austin CUT 73-72 145
Paul Stankowski CUT 70-75 145
Kris Cox CUT 74-71 145
Scott Hend CUT 75-70 145
Brad Elder CUT 71-74 145
Olin Browne CUT 69-77 146
Hal Sutton CUT 72-74 146
Jeff Brehaut CUT 71-75 146
J.P. Hayes CUT 71-75 146
John Maginnes CUT 74-72 146
Roger Tambellini CUT 72-74 146
Cameron Doan CUT 71-75 146
Jamie Elliott CUT 69-77 146
Lucas Glover CUT 70-76 146
Dan Forsman CUT 71-76 147
Blaine McCallister CUT 74-73 147
Brian Watts CUT 76-71 147
Omar Uresti CUT 75-72 147
Scott McCarron CUT 70-77 147
Ryan Palmer CUT 69-78 147
Mike Henderson CUT 74-73 147
Pat Bates CUT 74-74 148
Danny Briggs CUT 74-75 149
John Huston CUT 74-75 149
Tripp Isenhour CUT 76-73 149
Patrick Moore CUT 73-76 149
Fulton Allem CUT 75-75 150
Mark Brooks CUT 72-78 150
Grant Waite CUT 72-78 150
David Morland IV CUT 75-80 155
Arron Oberholser W/D 73 73
Joe Ogilvie W/D 78 78
Tag Ridings W/D 77 77

 
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  • Happy Thanksgiving: Biggest turkeys of 2017

    By Grill Room TeamNovember 23, 2017, 3:00 pm

    Thanksgiving brings us golf's biggest turkeys of the year. Donald Trump, Grayson Murray and a certain (now-former) tournament director headline the list. Click here or on the image below to check out all the turkeys.

    Tributes pour in for legendary caddie Sheridan

    By Randall MellNovember 23, 2017, 2:54 pm

    Tributes are pouring in as golf celebrates the life of Greg Sheridan after receiving news of his passing.

    Sheridan, a long-time LPGA caddie who worked for some of the game’s all-time greats, including Kathy Whitworth and Beth Daniel, died Wednesday in Indian Rocks Beach, Fla., at 63. He was diagnosed in July 2016 with brain and lung cancer.

    Sheridan worked the last dozen years or so with Natalie Gulbis, who expressed her grief in an Instagram post on Wednesday:

    “Greg…I miss you so much already and it hasn’t even been a day. 15+ seasons traveling the world you carried me & my bag through the highs and lows of golf and life. You were so much more than my teammate on the course…Thank you.”

    Sheridan was on Whitworth’s bag for the last of her LPGA-record 88 titles.

    “When I first came on tour, I would try to find out how many times Greg won,” Gulbis told Golfweek. “It’s a crazy number, like 50.”

    Matthew Galloway, a caddie and friend to Sheridan, summed up Sheridan’s impressive reach after caddying with him one year at the LPGA Founders Cup, where the game’s pioneers are honored.

    “Best Greg story,” Galloway tweeted on Thanksgiving morning, “coming up 18 at PHX all the founders were in their chairs. Greg goes, `Yep, caddied for her, her and her.’ Legend.”

    In a first-person column for Golf Magazine last year, Gulbis focused on Sheridan while writing about the special bond between players and caddies. She wrote that she won the “looper lottery” when she first hired Sheridan in ’04.

    “Greg and I have traveled the world, and today he is like family,” Gulbis wrote. “Sometimes, he’s a psychologist. Last year, my mom got sick and it was a distraction, but he was great. When I used to have boyfriend issues and breakup issues, he was my confidant. In a world where caddies sometimes spill secrets, Greg has kept a respectful silence, and I can’t thank him enough for that. He’s an extension of me.”

    Four months after Gulbis wrote the column, Sheridan was diagnosed with cancer.

    “The LPGA family is saddened to hear of the loss of long-time tour caddie, Greg Sheridan,” the LPGA tweeted. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and players he walked with down the fairways. #RIP.”

    Dean Herden was among the legion of caddies saddened by the news.

    “Greg was a great guy who I respected a lot and taught me some great things over the years,” Herden texted to GolfChannel.com.

    Here are some of heartfelt messages that are rolling across Twitter:

    Retired LPGA great Annika Sorenstam:

    LPGA commissioner Mike Whan in a retweet of Gulbis:

    Golf Channel reporter and former tour player Jerry Foltz:

    Christina Kim:

    LPGA caddie Shaun Clews:

    LPGA caddie Jonny Scott:

    LPGA caddie Kevin Casas:

    LPGA pro Jennie Lee:

    Fitzpatrick one back in 2018 Euro Tour opener

    By Associated PressNovember 23, 2017, 1:37 pm

    HONG KONG – S.S.P. Chawrasia had six birdies and a bogey Thursday for a 5-under 65 and a one-stroke lead at the Hong Kong Open, the first event of the 2018 European Tour season.

    Playing in sunny but breezy conditions at the Hong Kong Golf Club, the greens had the players struggling to gauge the approach.

    ''Very tough conditions today,'' Chawrasia said. ''It's very firm greens, to be honest. I'm just trying to hit the second shot on the green and trying to make it like a two-putt.''


    Full-field scores from the UBS Hong Kong Open


    Shubhankar Sharma and Matthew Fitzpatrick (both 66) were one shot behind, while seven others were tied for fourth a further stroke behind.

    ''Hit it great tee to green,'' Fitzpatrick said. ''I think I had like seven or eight chances inside 15 feet, and on a day like today when it's so windy and such a tough golf course, with how tight it is, yeah, it was a good day.''

    Justin Rose, who won the title in 2015, shot was 2 under with five birdies and three bogeys.

    ''I think the course played a couple shots harder than it typically does,'' Rose said. ''I like this course. I think it offers plenty of birdie opportunities.''

    Masters champion Sergio GarciaRafa Cabrera Bello and defending champion Sam Brazel (69) were in a group of 16 at 1 under.

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

    What it means: 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.


    Full-field scores from the Emirates Australian Open


    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.