Final Scores and Earnings from Houston

By Golf Channel NewsroomApril 25, 2005, 4:00 pm
2005 Shell Houston Open
Redstone Golf Club
Humble, Texas
Purse $5,000,000

x-won on first hole of playoff

x-Vijay Singh, $900,000 64-71-70-70--275
John Daly, $540,000 68-67-73-67--275
Jose Maria Olazabal, $340,000 70-67-70-70--277
Darren Clarke, $220,000 71-69-71-67--278
Greg Owen, $220,000 67-69-70-72--278
Joe Ogilvie, $180,000 68-67-73-71--279
Lucas Glover, $140,416.67 70-71-72-67--280
Bo Van Pelt, $140,416.67 69-68-73-70--280
Brian Davis, $140,416.67 71-69-70-70--280
Jeff Maggert, $140,416.67 67-68-74-71--280
Kent Jones, $140,416.66 70-71-68-71--280
Gavin Coles, $140,416.66 65-69-71-75--280
Doug Barron, $93,750.00 72-70-71-68--281
Charles Warren, $93,750 73-68-71-69--281
Carl Paulson, $93,750 67-70-74-70--281
Billy Andrade, $93,750 69-69-73-70--281
Charles Howell III, $80,000 70-70-69-73--282
Rod Pampling, $70,000 69-74-71-69--283
Todd Hamilton, $70,000 71-69-71-72--283
Tom Byrum, $70,000 68-70-70-75--283
Stephen Ames, $48,357.15 70-73-72-69--284
Joe Durant, $48,357.15 72-71-72-69--284
Tim Herron, $48,357.14 67-76-69-72--284
David Peoples, $48,357.14 73-68-70-73--284
Olin Browne, $48,357.14 70-71-70-73--284
Mark Calcavecchia, $48,357.14 69-68-73-74--284
Brett Quigley, $48,357.14 67-67-73-77--284
Ted Purdy, $33,250 67-72-77-69--285
Billy Mayfair, $33,250 71-68-75-71--285
Scott Gutschewski, $33,250 72-71-70-72--285
Harrison Frazar, $33,250 71-72-69-73--285
Stephen Leaney, $33,250 71-68-70-76--285
Brian Bateman, $33,250 68-73-68-76--285
John Senden, $25,800 73-69-72-72--286
Rory Sabbatini, $25,800 71-71-72-72--286
Mathias Gronberg, $25,800 71-68-74-73--286
Todd Fischer, $25,800 73-68-72-73--286
David Toms, $25,800 72-69-72-73--286
Bob Estes, $19,500 72-68-75-72--287
Thomas Levet, $19,500 72-65-77-73--287
Marco Dawson, $19,500 69-72-73-73--287
Dudley Hart, $19,500 70-71-71-75--287
Tommy Armour III, $19,500 71-69-71-76--287
Kevin Na, $19,500 71-69-71-76--287
Danny Briggs, $19,500 70-71-69-77--287
Jerry Kelly, $14,566.67 71-70-75-72--288
Blaine McCallister, $14,566.67 71-72-72-73--288
Dean Wilson, $14,566.66 69-69-75-75--288
J.L. Lewis, $12,216.67 70-71-79-69--289
Neal Lancaster, $12,216.67 72-67-78-72--289
Justin Bolli, $12,216.67 69-73-75-72--289
Scott Hend, $12,216.67 72-69-75-73--289
Steve Elkington, $12,216.66 71-71-74-73--289
Scott McCarron, $12,216.66 71-67-76-75--289
Arjun Atwal, $11,450 69-70-75-76--290
Len Mattiace, $11,450 72-69-72-77--290
Kevin Stadler, $11,100 72-69-77-73--291
D.J. Brigman, $11,100 71-71-76-73--291
Patrick Sheehan, $11,100 73-69-75-74--291
Briny Baird, $11,100 74-66-76-75--291
Charlie Wi, $11,100 69-70-76-76--291
Tom Pernice, Jr., $10,500 69-69-79-75--292
Paul Claxton, $10,500 68-72-77-75--292
Kevin Sutherland, $10,500 76-67-74-75--292
Geoff Ogilvy, $10,500 68-73-75-76--292
Bob Burns, $10,500 71-71-74-76--292
Steve Stricker, $10,500 72-66-77-77--292
Jason Allred, $10,500 73-68-74-77--292
David Hearn, $9,850 69-72-77-75--293
Cameron Beckman, $9,850 72-71-77-73--293
Brandt Jobe, $9,850 70-72-76-75--293
J.J. Henry, $9,850 70-71-76-76--293
Mark Brooks, $9,850 71-72-73-77--293
D.J. Trahan, $9,850 71-72-72-78--293
Chris Smith, $9,450 67-72-78-78--295
Paul Azinger, $9,450 72-71-74-78--295
Sean O'Hair, $9,300 70-73-80-76--299
Paul Gow, $9,200 72-69-77-83--301
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    Lexi looks to shine as LPGA season begins next week

    By Randall MellJanuary 17, 2018, 6:06 pm

    Lexi Thompson may be No. 4 in the Rolex Women’s World Rankings, but in so many ways she became the new face of the women’s game last year.

    That makes her the headliner in a fairly star-studded season opener at the Pure Silk Bahamas Classic next week.

    Three of the top four players in the Rolex Women’s World Rankings are scheduled to tee it up on Paradise Island, including world No. 1 Shanshan Feng and co-Rolex Player of the Year So Yeon Ryu.

    From the heartache at year’s start with the controversial loss at the ANA Inspiration, through the angst in the middle of the year with her mother’s cancer diagnosis, to the stunning disappointment at year’s end, Thompson emerged as the story of the year because of all she achieved in spite of those ordeals.

    Next week’s event will mark the first time Thompson tees it up in an LPGA tournament since her season ended in stunning fashion last November with a missed 2-foot putt that cost her a chance to win the CME Group Tour Championship and the Rolex Player of the Year Award, and become the world No. 1.

    She still walked away with the CME Globe’s $1 million jackpot and the Vare Trophy for the season’s low scoring average.

    She also walked away sounding determined to show she will bounce back from that last disappointment the same way she bounced back from her gut-wrenching loss at the year’s first major, the ANA, where a four-shot Sunday penalty cost her a chance to win her second major.

    “Just going through what I have this whole year, and seeing how strong I am, and how I got through it all and still won two tournaments, got six seconds ... it didn’t stop me,” Thompson said leaving the CME Group Tour Championship. “This won’t either.”

    Thompson was named the Golf Writers Association of America’s Player of the Year in a vote of GWAA membership. Ryu and Sung Hyun Park won the tour’s points-based Rolex Player of the Year Award.

    With those two victories and six second-place finishes, three of those coming after playoff losses, Thompson was close to fashioning a spectacular year in 2017, to dominating the tour.

    The new season opens with Thompson the center of attention again. Consistently one of the tour’s best ball strikers and longest hitters, she enjoyed her best year on tour last season by making dramatic improvements in her wedge play, short game and, most notably, her putting.

    She doesn’t have a swing coach. She fashioned a better all-around game on her own, or under the watchful eye of her father, Scott. All the work she put in showed up in her winning the Vare Trophy.

    The Pure Silk Bahamas Classic will also feature defending champion Brittany Lincicome, as well as Ariya Jutanugarn, Stacy Lewis, Michelle Wie, Brooke Henderson, I.K. Kim, Danielle Kang and Charley Hull.

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    One & Done: 2018 CareerBuilder Challenge

    By Will GrayJanuary 17, 2018, 5:55 pm

    Beginning in 2018, Golf Channel is offering a "One & Done" fantasy game alternative. Choose a golfer and add the salary they earn at the event to your season-long total - but know that once chosen, a player cannot be used again for the rest of the year.

    Log on to to start your own league and make picks for this week's event.

    Here are some players to consider for One & Done picks this week at the CareerBuilder Challenge, where Hudson Swafford returns as the defending champion:

    Zach Johnson. The two-time major champ has missed the cut here three years in a row. So why include him in One & Done consideration? Because the three years before that (2012-14) included three top-25s highlighted by a third-place finish, and his T-14 at the Sony Open last week was his fifth straight top-25 dating back to September.

    Bud Cauley. Cauley has yet to win on Tour, but that could very well change this year - even this week. Cauley ended up only two shots behind Swafford last year and tied for 14th the year prior, as four of his five career appearances have netted at least a top-40 finish. He opened the new season with a T-7 in Napa and closed out the fall with a T-8 at Sea Island.

    Adam Hadwin. Swafford left last year with the trophy, but it looked for much of the weekend like it would be Hadwin's tournament as he finished second despite shooting a 59 in the third round. Hadwin was also T-6 at this event in 2016 and now with a win under his belt last March he returns with some unfinished business.

    Charles Howell III. If you didn't use him last week at the Sony Open, this could be another good spot for the veteran who has four top-15 finishes over the last seven years at this event, highlighted by a playoff loss in 2013. His T-32 finish last week in Honolulu, while not spectacular, did include four sub-70 scores.

    David Lingmerth. Lingmerth was in that 2013 playoff with Howell (eventually won by Brian Gay), and he also lost here in overtimei to Jason Dufner in 2016. The Swede also cracked the top 25 here in 2015 and is making his first start since his wife, Megan, gave birth to the couple's first child in December. Beware the sleep-deprived golfer.

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    DJ: Kapalua win means nothing for Abu Dhabi

    By Associated PressJanuary 17, 2018, 2:55 pm

    ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – Dustin Johnson's recent victory in Hawaii doesn't mean much when it comes to this week's tournament.

    The top-ranked American will play at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship for the second straight year. But this time he is coming off a victory at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, which he won by eight shots.

    ''That was two weeks ago. So it really doesn't matter what I did there,'' said Johnson, who finished runner-up to Tommy Fleetwood in Abu Dhabi last year. ''This is a completely new week and everybody starts at even par and so I've got to start over again.''

    In 2017, the long-hitting Johnson put himself in contention despite only making one eagle and no birdies on the four par-5s over the first three rounds.

    ''The par 5s here, they are not real easy because they are fairly long, but dependent on the wind, I can reach them if I hit good tee balls,'' the 2016 U.S. Open champion said. ''Obviously, I'd like to play them a little better this year.''

    The tournament will see the return of Paul Casey as a full member of the European Tour after being away for three years.

    ''It's really cool to be back. What do they say, absence makes the heart grow fonder? Quite cheesy, but no, really, really cool,'' said the 40-year-old Englishman, who is now ranked 14th in the world. ''When I was back at the Open Championship at Birkdale, just the reception there, playing in front of a home crowd, I knew this is something I just miss.''

    The Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship starts Thursday and also features former No. 1 Rory McIlroy, who is making a comeback after more than three months off.

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    Kuchar joins European Tour as affiliate member

    By Will GrayJanuary 17, 2018, 2:52 pm

    Months after he nearly captured the claret jug, Matt Kuchar has made plans to play a bit more golf in Europe in 2018.

    Kuchar is in the field this week at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, and he told reporters in advance of the opening round that he has opted to join the European Tour as an affiliate member:

    As an affiliate member, Kuchar will not have a required minimum number of starts to make. It's the same membership status claimed last year by Kevin Na and Jon Rahm, the latter of whom then became a full member and won two European Tour events in 2017.

    Kuchar made six European Tour starts last year, including his runner-up performance at The Open. He finished T-4 at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in his lone European Tour start that wasn't co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour.