Final Scores and Earnings from the Chrysler Championship

By Golf Channel NewsroomNovember 3, 2003, 5:00 pm

 
Palm Harbor, Fla.
Westin Innisbrook-Copperhead
Purse: $4,800,000
Par 71

 


Retief Goosen 1 69-66-67-70 272 $864,000.00
Vijay Singh 2 70-70-65-70 275 $518,400.00
Briny Baird 3 72-66-66-72 276 $326,400.00
Tim Petrovic T4 71-69-66-72 278 $211,200.00
Chad Campbell T4 68-69-72-69 278 $211,200.00
Dan Forsman T6 67-75-69-68 279 $160,800.00
Davis Love III T6 69-72-72-66 279 $160,800.00
Thomas Levet T6 71-67-71-70 279 $160,800.00
Brad Faxon T9 72-71-68-69 280 $124,800.00
Stephen Ames T9 74-67-72-67 280 $124,800.00
Peter Lonard T9 71-71-70-68 280 $124,800.00
Geoff Ogilvy T9 71-71-68-70 280 $124,800.00
Jeff Sluman T13 71-70-68-72 281 $90,000.00
Mike Weir T13 71-73-70-67 281 $90,000.00
Justin Leonard T13 74-71-66-70 281 $90,000.00
Jonathan Byrd T13 72-67-72-70 281 $90,000.00
Tom Byrum T17 70-71-71-71 283 $62,811.43
Robert Gamez T17 68-72-74-69 283 $62,811.43
Kenny Perry T17 73-69-70-71 283 $62,811.43
Loren Roberts T17 71-69-68-75 283 $62,811.43
Duffy Waldorf T17 69-73-70-71 283 $62,811.43
Jose Coceres T17 68-68-72-75 283 $62,811.42
Pat Perez T17 70-70-70-73 283 $62,811.43
Mark Calcavecchia T24 72-70-71-71 284 $35,520.00
Skip Kendall T24 72-71-72-69 284 $35,520.00
Neal Lancaster T24 72-70-68-74 284 $35,520.00
Brett Quigley T24 71-74-67-72 284 $35,520.00
Jerry Kelly T24 68-69-73-74 284 $35,520.00
Jesper Parnevik T24 74-69-70-71 284 $35,520.00
Robert Damron T24 71-73-68-72 284 $35,520.00
Kenichi Kuboya T24 73-69-69-73 284 $35,520.00
Charles Howell III T24 66-71-74-73 284 $35,520.00
J.J. Henry T24 69-67-73-75 284 $35,520.00
Bob Estes T34 72-69-74-70 285 $24,240.00
John Huston T34 72-72-70-71 285 $24,240.00
Ernie Els T34 70-74-70-71 285 $24,240.00
Brandt Jobe T34 71-71-69-74 285 $24,240.00
Jeff Brehaut T34 72-69-69-75 285 $24,240.00
Jay Williamson T34 74-69-69-73 285 $24,240.00
Steve Lowery T40 69-72-73-72 286 $19,200.00
Chris Riley T40 72-73-71-70 286 $19,200.00
Aaron Baddeley T40 71-71-70-74 286 $19,200.00
K.J. Choi T40 71-74-71-70 286 $19,200.00
Paul Azinger T44 73-71-73-70 287 $14,918.40
David Peoples T44 72-72-72-71 287 $14,918.40
Joe Durant T44 75-68-71-73 287 $14,918.40
Woody Austin T44 75-65-76-71 287 $14,918.40
Aaron Barber T44 71-72-71-73 287 $14,918.40
Donnie Hammond T49 70-74-74-70 288 $11,976.00
Lee Janzen T49 74-70-71-73 288 $11,976.00
Glen Hnatiuk T49 74-68-72-74 288 $11,976.00
John Rollins T49 70-73-73-72 288 $11,976.00
Olin Browne T53 74-71-69-75 289 $11,059.20
Jeff Maggert T53 70-75-71-73 289 $11,059.20
Brian Bateman T53 73-72-68-76 289 $11,059.20
Pat Bates T53 74-69-73-73 289 $11,059.20
Craig Barlow T53 71-71-71-76 289 $11,059.20
Steve Flesch T58 72-72-72-74 290 $10,608.00
Stewart Cink T58 72-72-73-73 290 $10,608.00
David Gossett T58 72-72-74-72 290 $10,608.00
Luke Donald T58 76-69-72-73 290 $10,608.00
Len Mattiace T62 70-73-75-73 291 $10,320.00
Brenden Pappas T62 73-72-73-73 291 $10,320.00
Bernhard Langer 64 71-74-73-74 292 $10,176.00
Billy Andrade T65 75-70-76-72 293 $9,984.00
Mark Wilson T65 73-72-76-72 293 $9,984.00
Hank Kuehne T65 71-69-71-82 293 $9,984.00
Mike Grob 68 72-72-75-77 296 $9,792.00
Jason Gore T69 70-75-78-76 299 $9,648.00
Rory Sabbatini T69 74-71-79-75 299 $9,648.00
Carl Paulson 71 70-74-74-82 300 $9,504.00
 
Missed Cut
Jim Carter CUT 72-74 146
Fred Funk CUT 78-68 146
J.L. Lewis CUT 74-72 146
Steve Pate CUT 74-72 146
Corey Pavin CUT 71-75 146
Joey Sindelar CUT 73-73 146
Bob Burns CUT 73-73 146
Mike Heinen CUT 75-71 146
Spike McRoy CUT 72-74 146
Dean Wilson CUT 73-73 146
Anthony Painter CUT 71-75 146
Chris Anderson CUT 75-71 146
Carl Pettersson CUT 77-69 146
Mark Brooks CUT 70-77 147
John Cook CUT 74-73 147
Billy Mayfair CUT 70-77 147
David Sutherland CUT 74-73 147
Per-Ulrik Johansson CUT 74-73 147
Ian Leggatt CUT 73-74 147
Craig Perks CUT 70-77 147
Frank Lickliter II CUT 75-72 147
Mathew Goggin CUT 74-73 147
Tim Clark CUT 75-72 147
Tommy Armour III CUT 76-72 148
Esteban Toledo CUT 75-73 148
Michael Clark II CUT 75-73 148
Tim Herron CUT 75-73 148
Todd Fischer CUT 76-72 148
Greg Chalmers CUT 76-72 148
Patrick Sheehan CUT 73-75 148
Richard S. Johnson CUT 72-76 148
Greg Kraft CUT 73-76 149
Shaun Micheel CUT 75-74 149
Ben Curtis CUT 76-73 149
John E. Morgan CUT 74-75 149
Marco Dawson CUT 73-77 150
Glen Day CUT 75-75 150
Dicky Pride CUT 74-76 150
Carlos Franco CUT 75-75 150
Brian Gay CUT 77-73 150
Notah Begay III CUT 74-76 150
Garrett Willis CUT 79-71 150
Tom Pernice, Jr. CUT 76-75 151
Gene Sauers CUT 76-75 151
Cliff Kresge CUT 75-76 151
Doug Barron CUT 75-76 151
Steven Alker CUT 77-74 151
Darron Stiles CUT 74-77 151
Rocco Mediate CUT 78-74 152
John Maginnes CUT 76-76 152
Heath Slocum CUT 79-73 152
Tom Gillis CUT 75-78 153
Phil Mickelson CUT 80-74 154
Ben Crane CUT 78-76 154
Jason Caron CUT 77-77 154
Peter Jacobsen CUT 78-77 155
Rich Beem CUT 79-76 155
Mark O'Meara CUT 80-76 156
Fulton Allem CUT 78-79 157
Chris Smith W/D 76 76
Todd Barranger W/D 82 82

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    Closing eagle moves Rory within 3 in Abu Dhabi

    By Ryan LavnerJanuary 19, 2018, 12:57 pm

    What rust? Rory McIlroy appears to be in midseason form.

    Playing competitively for the first time since Oct. 8, McIlroy completed 36 holes without a bogey Friday, closing with an eagle to shoot 6-under 66 to sit just three shots back at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

    “I’m right in the mix after two days and I’m really happy in that position,” he told reporters afterward.

    McIlroy took a 3 ½-month break to heal his body, clear his mind and work on his game after his first winless year since 2008, his first full season as a pro.

    He's back on track at a familiar playground, Abu Dhabi Golf Club, where he’s racked up eight top-11s (including six top-3s) in his past nine starts there.


    Full-field scores from the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship


    McIlroy opened with a 69 Thursday, then gave himself even more chances on Day 2, cruising along at 4 under for the day when he reached the par-5 closing hole. After launching a 249-yard long iron to 25 feet, he poured in the eagle putt to pull within three shots of Thomas Pieters (65). 

    Despite the layoff, McIlroy edged world No. 1 Dustin Johnson, coming off a blowout victory at Kapalua, by a shot over the first two rounds. 

    “DJ is definitely the No. 1 player in the world right now, and one of, if not the best, driver of the golf ball," McIlroy said. "To be up there with him over these first two days, it proves to me that I’m doing the right things and gives me a lot of confidence going forward.”

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    Duke to fill in for injured Pavin at CareerBuilder

    By Ryan LavnerJanuary 19, 2018, 12:25 pm

    Ken Duke will fill in for Corey Pavin for the next two rounds of the CareerBuilder Challenge – with nothing at stake but his amateur partner’s position on the leaderboard.

    Pavin was 4 over par when he withdrew after 17 holes Thursday because of a neck injury. Tournament officials phoned Duke, the first alternate, and asked if he would take Pavin’s spot and partner with Luis Lopez for the next two rounds, even though he would not receive any official money.

    Duke accepted and explained his decision on Twitter:

    Playing on past champion’s status, the 48-year-old Duke has made only four starts this season, with a best finish of a tie for 61st at the RSM Classic.

    Pavin received a sponsor exemption into the event, his first PGA Tour start since the 2015 Colonial. 

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    Kelly, Sauers co-lead in Hawaii; Monty, Couples in mix

    By Associated PressJanuary 19, 2018, 3:52 am

    KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii - Fresh off a solid performance on Oahu, Jerry Kelly shot an 8-under 64 on the Big Island on Thursday to share the first-round lead at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship, the season opener on the PGA Tour Champions.

    The 51-year-old Kelly, who tied for 14th at the PGA Tour's Sony Open last week in Honolulu, birdied five of his final seven holes to shoot 30 on the back nine at Hualalai. He won twice last season, his first on the over-50 tour.

    Gene Sauers also shot 64, going bogey-free amid calm conditions. Thirty-two of the 44 players broke par in the limited-field event, which includes winners from last season, past champions of the event, major champions and Hall of Famers.

    Rocco Mediate and Colin Montgomerie were one shot back, and Fred Couples, Kevin Sutherland and Kirk Triplett were another shot behind.

    Bernhard Langer, defending the first of his seven 2017 titles, was in the middle of the pack after a 69.

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    Rahm (62) fires career low round

    By Will GrayJanuary 19, 2018, 12:03 am

    The scores were predictably low during the opening round of the CareerBuilder Challenge, where the top-ranked player in the field currently sits atop the standings. Here's how things look after the first day in Palm Springs as Jon Rahm is out to an early advantage:

    Leaderboard: Jon Rahm (-10), Austin Cook (-9), Andrew Landry (-9), Jason Kokrak (-9), Brandon Harkins (-8), Martin Piller (-8), Aaron Wise (-8), Beau Hossler (-8)

    What it means: Rahm is coming off a runner-up finish two weeks ago at Kapalua, and he picked up right where he left off with a 10-under 62 at La Quinta Country Club. It marked his lowest career round on the PGA Tour, and it gave him a one-shot lead heading to the Nicklaus Tournament Course. Cook is the only player within two shots of Rahm who has won already on Tour.

    Round of the day: Rahm got off to a fast start, playing his first seven holes in 6 under, and he made it around La Quinta without dropping a shot. The 62 bettered his previous career low on Tour by two shots and it included an eagle on the par-5 fifth hole to go along with eight birdies.

    Best of the rest: Cook was a winner earlier this season at the RSM Classic, and he's now in the mix for trophy No. 2 following a 9-under 63 on the Nicklaus Tournament Course. Like Rahm, he opened with a seven-hole stretch at 6 under and turned in a scorecard without a bogey. He'll now head to the more difficult Stadium Course for his second round.

    Biggest disappointment: Patrick Reed blitzed the three-course rotation in Palm Springs en route to his first career Tour title back in 2014, but he's unlikely to repeat that feat after opening with a 2-over 74 on the Nicklaus Tournament course. Reed made only one birdie against three bogeys and was one of only 32 players in the 156-man field who failed to break par in the opening round.

    Main storyline heading into Friday: Rahm deserves the spotlight, as he entered the week as one of the event's headliners and did nothing to lose that billing in the opening round. But the pack of contenders is sure to keep pace, while players like Phil Mickelson (-2) will look to put up a low score in order to build some momentum heading into the weekend.

    Shot of the day: Wesley Bryan's 7-under 65 on the Nicklaus Tournament course was helped in large part by an eagle on the par-4 10th, where he holed a 54-degree wedge from 112 yards away. Bryan went on to birdie the next hole amid a five-hole stretch of 5 under play.

    Quote of the day: "Shot 10 under par. There's not much more I can ask for." - Rahm