Final Scores and Earnings from the Colonial

By Golf Channel NewsroomMay 24, 2004, 4:00 pm
04 Bank of America Colonial

Colonial Country Club
Ft. Worth, Texas
Purse $5,000,000
Par 70


Steve Flesch          1   66-69-67-67  269   $954,000.00
Chad Campbell 2 70-71-61-68 270 $572,400.00
Stephen Ames 3 70-69-68-64 271 $360,400.00
Craig Perks 4 64-71-70-68 273 $254,400.00
Robert Gamez T5 71-64-71-68 274 $186,162.50
Skip Kendall T5 68-71-68-67 274 $186,162.50
Tim Petrovic T5 66-71-69-68 274 $186,162.50
Bo Van Pelt T5 68-69-72-65 274 $186,162.50
Mark Brooks T9 71-68-67-69 275 $143,100.00
Jeff Maggert T9 66-69-73-67 275 $143,100.00
John Senden T9 66-74-70-65 275 $143,100.00
Kenny Perry T12 67-71-70-68 276 $116,600.00
Loren Roberts T12 68-70-71-67 276 $116,600.00
Tom Byrum T14 68-69-71-69 277 $72,433.34
Lee Janzen T14 70-66-71-70 277 $72,433.34
Kirk Triplett T14 69-69-71-68 277 $72,433.34
Brian Bateman T14 69-69-68-71 277 $72,433.33
Justin Leonard T14 70-64-72-71 277 $72,433.33
Jesper Parnevik T14 65-72-68-72 277 $72,433.33
Brian Gay T14 70-67-65-75 277 $72,433.33
Chris Riley T14 67-71-69-70 277 $72,433.33
Stewart Cink T14 66-70-71-70 277 $72,433.33
Joe Ogilvie T14 71-70-68-68 277 $72,433.34
Tim Clark T14 68-70-69-70 277 $72,433.33
Zach Johnson T14 71-65-68-73 277 $72,433.33
Fred Funk 26 70-72-65-71 278 $42,400.00
J.L. Lewis T27 68-66-75-70 279 $38,425.00
Bob Tway T27 70-69-68-72 279 $38,425.00
Stephen Leaney T27 70-68-71-70 279 $38,425.00
Peter Lonard T27 71-71-67-70 279 $38,425.00
Dennis Paulson T31 67-70-71-72 280 $32,131.25
Corey Pavin T31 70-70-72-68 280 $32,131.25
Glen Day T31 72-71-67-70 280 $32,131.25
Rory Sabbatini T31 72-69-67-72 280 $32,131.25
Davis Love III T35 74-67-72-68 281 $25,572.50
Phil Mickelson T35 71-66-70-74 281 $25,572.50
Scott Verplank T35 72-68-67-74 281 $25,572.50
Joe Durant T35 70-73-69-69 281 $25,572.50
Brett Quigley T35 70-68-68-75 281 $25,572.50
Sergio Garcia T35 72-67-73-69 281 $25,572.50
Joey Sindelar T41 71-69-72-70 282 $20,670.00
Hal Sutton T41 71-67-73-71 282 $20,670.00
Dudley Hart T41 73-70-66-73 282 $20,670.00
Tommy Armour III T44 69-74-71-69 283 $16,023.67
Todd Hamilton T44 72-71-70-70 283 $16,023.67
David Toms T44 72-70-68-73 283 $16,023.66
Chris DiMarco T44 69-71-72-71 283 $16,023.67
Frank Lickliter II T44 68-70-68-77 283 $16,023.66
Rod Pampling T44 72-71-69-71 283 $16,023.67
Brad Faxon T50 70-68-75-71 284 $12,905.50
Kent Jones T50 70-69-73-72 284 $12,905.50
Briny Baird T50 71-69-71-73 284 $12,905.50
Aaron Baddeley T50 68-71-74-71 284 $12,905.50
Steve Elkington T54 71-71-73-70 285 $11,978.00
Rocco Mediate T54 72-71-71-71 285 $11,978.00
Neal Lancaster T54 73-70-70-72 285 $11,978.00
Matt Gogel T54 70-73-76-66 285 $11,978.00
Robert Allenby T54 67-76-73-69 285 $11,978.00
Mathias Gronberg T54 70-70-71-74 285 $11,978.00
Carl Pettersson T54 67-74-73-71 285 $11,978.00
Mike Weir T61 68-73-71-74 286 $11,501.00
Scott Hend T61 69-74-72-71 286 $11,501.00
Tim Herron T63 69-72-72-74 287 $11,130.00
Geoff Ogilvy T63 74-69-69-75 287 $11,130.00
Patrick Sheehan T63 71-70-69-77 287 $11,130.00
Luke Donald T63 69-74-73-71 287 $11,130.00
Hunter Mahan T63 70-71-71-75 287 $11,130.00
Steve Lowery T68 69-74-75-70 288 $10,706.00
Dan Pohl T68 71-72-72-73 288 $10,706.00
Jeff Sluman T68 72-70-74-72 288 $10,706.00
Len Mattiace T71 71-71-74-73 289 $10,441.00
Brenden Pappas T71 73-70-72-74 289 $10,441.00
Mark Calcavecchia 73 72-68-75-75 290 $10,282.00
Bob Estes 74 68-74-72-77 291 $10,176.00
Missed Cut:
Fulton Allem CUT 70-74 144
Olin Browne CUT 68-76 144
Dan Forsman CUT 73-71 144
Pat Bates CUT 75-69 144
Woody Austin CUT 73-71 144
Tripp Isenhour CUT 69-75 144
Stuart Appleby CUT 68-76 144
Heath Slocum CUT 70-74 144
J.J. Henry CUT 72-72 144
D.J. Brigman CUT 74-70 144
John Huston CUT 74-71 145
Bob Burns CUT 74-71 145
Shigeki Maruyama CUT 72-73 145
Danny Ellis CUT 73-72 145
Jonathan Kaye CUT 72-73 145
Harrison Frazar CUT 68-77 145
Ted Purdy CUT 70-75 145
John Rollins CUT 75-70 145
Billy Mayfair CUT 70-76 146
Brent Geiberger CUT 74-72 146
Ryan Palmer CUT 70-76 146
Jonathan Byrd CUT 72-74 146
Duffy Waldorf CUT 73-74 147
Keith Clearwater CUT 74-74 148
Lucas Glover CUT 75-73 148
Esteban Toledo CUT 72-77 149
Jay Williamson CUT 73-76 149
Hank Kuehne CUT 73-76 149
David Frost CUT 78-72 150
Craig Bowden CUT 75-75 150
Dean Wilson CUT 77-74 151
Mark Hensby CUT 76-75 151
Notah Begay III CUT 76-77 153
Bill Glasson CUT 79-75 154
Rod Curl CUT 79-81 160
John Riegger W/D 75 75
Hidemichi Tanaka W/D 74 74
Ben Crane W/D 77 77
Rich Beem W/D 71 71
Kevin Na W/D

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