Final Scores and Earnings from the Chrysler Championship

By Golf Channel NewsroomNovember 1, 2004, 5:00 pm
04 Chrysler Championship
Westin Innisbrook Golf Club
Palm Harbor, Fla.
Purse $5 million
Par 71

Vijay Singh, $900,000 65-69-67-65--266
Jesper Parnevik, $440,000 68-67-68-68--271
Tommy Armour III, $440,000 70-64-68-69--271
Joe Durant, $240,000 68-71-70-63--272
Kirk Triplett, $200,000 64-71-68-70--273
Robert Allenby, $173,750 70-67-69-68--274
David Toms, $173,750 70-69-67-68--274
Kenny Perry, $145,000 70-68-70-67--275
Spike McRoy, $145,000 69-72-66-68--275
Carl Pettersson, $145,000 68-68-70-69--275
Tag Ridings, $120,000 72-69-71-64--276
Tim Clark, $120,000 69-69-70-68--276
Lee Janzen, $93,750 67-72-70-68--277
Kevin Na, $93,750 70-70-68-69--277
Jay Haas, $93,750 67-70-70-70--277
Tom Carter, $93,750 73-67-65-72--277
Kent Jones, $75,000 64-71-75-68--278
Bob Estes, $75,000 70-70-70-68--278
Craig Parry, $75,000 68-72-69-69--278
Geoff Ogilvy, $58,250 72-67-70-70--279
Retief Goosen, $58,250 69-73-66-71--279
Matt Kuchar, $58,250 69-72-66-72--279
Jeff Sluman, $58,250 62-70-74-73--279
Shaun Micheel, $40,500 73-69-70-68--280
Briny Baird, $40,500 70-68-72-70--280
Hidemichi Tanaka, $40,500 70-70-70-70--280
Bernhard Langer, $40,500 70-69-71-70--280
Tim Herron, $40,500 70-69-67-74--280
Jose Maria Olazabal, $40,500 67-71-67-75--280
Pat Bates, $29,062.50 72-68-73-68--281
Harrison Frazar, $29,062.50 68-74-70-69--281
Jeff Brehaut, $29,062.50 72-69-69-71--281
Woody Austin, $29,062.50 68-71-70-72--281
Vaughn Taylor, $29,062.50 70-65-73-73--281
Dean Wilson, $29,062.50 72-68-68-73--281
Justin Rose, $29,062.50 65-71-71-74--281
Chris Riley, $29,062.50 68-72-67-74--281
David Frost, $21,000 73-69-73-67--282
Arron Oberholser, $21,000 71-68-73-70--282
Tom Pernice, Jr., $21,000 71-71-70-70--282
Rocco Mediate, $21,000 76-66-69-71--282
Stephen Leaney, $21,000 67-70-72-73--282
Justin Leonard, $21,000 71-71-68-72--282
Fred Funk, $15,116.67 70-70-76-67--283
Mark Calcavecchia, $15,116.67 68-71-73-71--283
Bart Bryant, $15,116.67 70-71-71-71--283
Tom Byrum, $15,116.67 68-70-72-73--283
John Huston, $15,116.66 70-68-71-74--283
Jonathan Byrd, $15,116.66 66-66-75-76--283
Brian Gay, $11,966.67 69-73-73-69--284
Duffy Waldorf, $11,966.67 69-73-72-70--284
Neal Lancaster, $11,966.67 70-72-70-72--284
Charles Howell III, $11,966.67 68-71-72-73--284
Stephen Ames, $11,966.66 70-71-69-74--284
Patrick Sheehan, $11,966.66 71-71-68-74--284
Billy Mayfair, $11,350 69-71-73-72--285
Skip Kendall, $11,350 70-70-69-76--285
Ryan Palmer, $11,050 70-69-75-72--286
Peter Jacobsen, $11,050 71-70-73-72--286
Brenden Pappas, $11,050 70-72-70-74--286
Glen Day, $11,050 71-70-70-75--286
Brian Bateman, $10,600 69-70-78-70--287
Brett Quigley, $10,600 69-73-73-72--287
Bo Van Pelt, $10,600 75-67-73-72--287
Chad Campbell, $10,600 70-72-72-73--287
Rod Pampling, $10,600 69-65-76-77--287
Aaron Baddeley, $10,300 70-70-74-74--288
Loren Roberts, $10,200 71-68-81-70--290
Len Mattiace, $10,100 71-71-74-77--293
J.L. Lewis, $9,950 68-72-77-78--295
Carlos Franco, $9,950 73-67-73-82--295
Jay Williamson, $9,800 72-69-77-82--300
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  • Lexi 'applaud's USGA, R&A for rules change

    By Randall MellDecember 11, 2017, 5:15 pm

    Lexi Thompson’s pain may prove to be the rest of golf’s gain.

    David Rickman, the R&A’s executive director of governance, acknowledged on Golf Channel’s "Morning Drive" Monday that the new protocols that will eliminate the use of TV viewer call-ins and emails to apply penalties was hastened by the controversy following Thompson’s four-shot penalty at the ANA Inspiration in early April. The new protocols also set up rules officials to monitor TV broadcasts beginning next year.

    “Clearly, that case has been something of a focus point for us,” Rickman said.

    Thompson reacted to the new protocols in an Instagram post.

    “I applaud the USGA and the R&A for their willingness to revise the Rules of Golf to address certain unfortunate situations that have arisen several times in the game of golf,” Thompson wrote. “In my case, I am thankful no one else will have to deal with an outcome such as mine in the future.”

    Thompson was penalized two shots for improperly returning her ball to its mark on a green during Saturday’s round after a viewer emailed LPGA officials during Sunday’s broadcast. She was penalized two more shots for signing an incorrect scorecard for her Saturday round. Thompson ultimately lost in a playoff to So Yeon Ryu.

    The new protocols will also eliminate the additional two-shot penalty a player receives for failing to include a penalty when a player was unaware of the penalty.

    Shortly after the ANA Inspiration, the USGA and R&A led the formation of a video review working group, which included the PGA Tour, LPGA, European Tour, Ladies European Tour and PGA of America.

    Also, just three weeks after Thompson was hit with the four-shot penalty, the USGA and R&A released a new Rules of Golf decision decision (34-3/10) limiting video evidence in two ways:

    1. If an infraction can’t be seen with the naked eye, there’s no penalty, even if video shows otherwise.

    2. If a tournament committee determines that a player does “all that can be reasonably expected to make an accurate estimation or measurement” in determining a line or position to play from or to spot a ball, then there will be no penalty even if video replay later shows that to be wrong.

    While the USGA and R&A said the new decision wasn’t based on Thompson’s ANA incident, LPGA players immediately began calling it the “Lexi Rule.”

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    PGA Tour, LPGA react to video review rules changes

    By Golf Channel DigitalDecember 11, 2017, 1:32 pm

    The USGA and R&A announced on Monday updates to the Rules of Golf, including no longer accepting call-ins relating to violations. The PGA Tour and LPGA, which were both part of a working group of entities who voted on the changes, issued the following statements:

    PGA Tour:

    The PGA Tour has worked closely with the USGA and R&A on this issue in recent years, and today's announcement is another positive step to ensure the Rules of Golf align with how the game is presented and viewed globally. The PGA Tour will adopt the new Local Rule beginning January 1, 2018 and evolve our protocols for reviewing video evidence as outlined.


    We are encouraged by the willingness of the governing bodies to fully vet the issues and implement real change at a pace much quicker than the sport has seen previously. These new adaptations, coupled with changes announced earlier this year, are true and meaningful advances for the game. The LPGA plans to adopt fully the protocols and new Local Rule as outlined.

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    Sharma closes on Monday, wins Joburg Open

    By Associated PressDecember 11, 2017, 12:43 pm

    JOHANNESBURG – Shubhankar Sharma won his first European Tour title by a shooting 3-under 69 Monday in the final round of the weather-delayed Joburg Open.

    The 21-year-old Indian resumed his round on the eighth green after play was halted early Sunday afternoon because of storms. He parred that hole, birdied No. 9 and made par on every hole on the back nine.

    Full-field scores from the Joburg Open

    Sharma finished at 23-under 264, three strokes ahead of the pack, and qualified for next year's British Open, too.

    ''I actually wasn't going to come here about a week ago ... so I'm really happy that I came,'' said Sharma, who shot 61 in the second round. ''I don't think I'm ever going forget my first time in South Africa.''

    Erik van Rooyen (66) was second, three strokes ahead of Shaun Norris (65) and Tapio Pulkkanen (68).

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    Newsmakers of the Year: Top 10 in 2017

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