Final Scores and Earnings from Las Vegas

By Golf Channel NewsroomOctober 12, 2003, 4:00 pm

 


Purse - $4,000,000
Las Vegas
Courses - TPC at Summerlin 72
TPC at The Canyons 71
Southern Highlands GC 72

 
Stuart Appleby 1 62-68-63-66-69 328 $720,000.00
Scott McCarron 2 69-62-64-67-66 328 $432,000.00
Steve Lowery 3 65-64-70-65-67 331 $272,000.00
Scott Verplank 4 64-62-66-73-67 332 $192,000.00
David Frost 5 67-65-71-65-65 333 $160,000.00
Steve Flesch T6 62-64-66-68-74 334 $139,000.00
Woody Austin T6 65-65-65-72-67 334 $139,000.00
Billy Andrade 8 66-71-65-66-67 335 $124,000.00
Phil Mickelson T9 67-64-69-68-68 336 $104,000.00
Jerry Kelly T9 65-67-65-73-66 336 $104,000.00
Robert Allenby T9 66-66-65-66-73 336 $104,000.00
Rory Sabbatini T9 66-64-71-68-67 336 $104,000.00
Jim Furyk 13 65-67-67-70-68 337 $84,000.00
Paul Goydos T14 67-65-68-67-71 338 $70,000.00
Frank Lickliter II T14 70-64-69-66-69 338 $70,000.00
Dean Wilson T14 67-63-73-69-66 338 $70,000.00
Patrick Sheehan T14 66-67-68-69-68 338 $70,000.00
Mark Brooks T18 68-65-64-70-72 339 $47,000.00
Brad Faxon T18 70-71-65-63-70 339 $47,000.00
Kirk Triplett T18 68-69-67-68-67 339 $47,000.00
Glen Day T18 68-63-71-69-68 339 $47,000.00
Matt Gogel T18 71-68-66-67-67 339 $47,000.00
Stewart Cink T18 67-66-69-67-70 339 $47,000.00
Mark Wilson T18 64-68-68-72-67 339 $47,000.00
Charles Howell III T18 63-65-70-69-72 339 $47,000.00
Tom Byrum T26 69-67-69-70-65 340 $28,400.00
Russ Cochran T26 64-67-70-72-67 340 $28,400.00
Bill Glasson T26 67-67-63-71-72 340 $28,400.00
Tim Petrovic T26 64-67-66-70-73 340 $28,400.00
Kent Jones T26 69-65-66-69-71 340 $28,400.00
John Senden T26 63-67-69-71-70 340 $28,400.00
Kenichi Kuboya T26 71-65-67-66-71 340 $28,400.00
Donnie Hammond T33 67-67-69-69-69 341 $19,400.00
Skip Kendall T33 69-68-65-69-70 341 $19,400.00
Tom Lehman T33 71-65-66-71-68 341 $19,400.00
Andrew Magee T33 66-71-69-67-68 341 $19,400.00
Duffy Waldorf T33 69-67-67-70-68 341 $19,400.00
Chris DiMarco T33 68-67-68-68-70 341 $19,400.00
Pat Bates T33 69-70-64-70-68 341 $19,400.00
Jeff Brehaut T33 64-68-69-71-69 341 $19,400.00
Chris Riley T33 65-68-73-67-68 341 $19,400.00
Phillip Price T33 69-66-70-69-67 341 $19,400.00
Dan Forsman T43 62-69-75-69-67 342 $13,600.00
Robert Gamez T43 66-71-67-68-70 342 $13,600.00
Stephen Ames T43 66-69-68-73-66 342 $13,600.00
Todd Fischer T43 67-70-65-70-70 342 $13,600.00
John Riegger T47 68-68-67-67-73 343 $10,576.00
Jeff Sluman T47 68-67-69-71-68 343 $10,576.00
Paul Stankowski T47 68-65-72-66-72 343 $10,576.00
Craig Barlow T47 62-67-68-73-73 343 $10,576.00
Richard S. Johnson T47 66-65-68-75-69 343 $10,576.00
Bart Bryant T52 68-68-70-73-65 344 $9,440.00
Brian Bateman T52 68-68-70-71-67 344 $9,440.00
Mike Heinen T52 67-68-65-72-72 344 $9,440.00
Bob Estes T55 69-68-67-76-65 345 $9,000.00
Len Mattiace T55 72-68-65-71-69 345 $9,000.00
Bob Burns T55 64-67-67-78-69 345 $9,000.00
Deane Pappas T55 65-72-68-69-71 345 $9,000.00
Tim Herron T55 67-62-66-78-72 345 $9,000.00
Rich Beem T55 63-67-73-71-71 345 $9,000.00
Darren Clarke 61 63-71-68-73-71 346 $8,720.00
Paul Azinger T62 66-69-71-72-69 347 $8,400.00
Joe Durant T62 67-68-70-73-69 347 $8,400.00
Dicky Pride T62 67-68-70-70-72 347 $8,400.00
Chad Campbell T62 64-71-70-71-71 347 $8,400.00
Jesper Parnevik T62 66-69-70-70-72 347 $8,400.00
Cliff Kresge T62 67-70-69-74-67 347 $8,400.00
Ben Crane T62 67-68-68-72-72 347 $8,400.00
Steve Pate T69 66-74-66-69-73 348 $8,040.00
Jonathan Byrd T69 65-70-71-69-73 348 $8,040.00
Vance Veazey T71 69-67-68-74-71 349 $7,880.00
Greg Chalmers T71 72-66-65-72-74 349 $7,880.00
Peter Jacobsen T73 69-66-71-72-72 350 $7,680.00
Billy Mayfair T73 71-68-67-72-72 350 $7,680.00
Tom Pernice, Jr. T73 67-66-72-76-69 350 $7,680.00
Cameron Yancey 76 70-65-70-74-72 351 $7,520.00
Spike McRoy T77 68-69-68-70-77 352 $7,400.00
Aaron Barber T77 63-67-73-77-72 352 $7,400.00
Edward Fryatt 79 69-69-68-74-76 356 $7,280.00
Notah Begay III 80 68-70-68-79-75 360 $7,200.00

Missed Cut
Marco Dawson CUT 70-70-67 207
Carlos Franco CUT 68-66-73 207
Sergio Garcia CUT 69-70-68 207
Ricky Barnes CUT 67-64-76 207
Ernie Gonzalez CUT 70-70-68 208
Esteban Toledo CUT 68-71-69 208
Brian Gay CUT 74-67-67 208
Garrett Willis CUT 70-69-69 208
Kaname Yokoo CUT 65-70-73 208
Harrison Frazar CUT 71-66-71 208
Jason Gore CUT 68-72-68 208
Akio Sadakata CUT 70-68-70 208
Jay Don Blake CUT 70-69-70 209
John Cook CUT 72-66-71 209
Ian Leggatt CUT 73-66-70 209
Mike Sposa CUT 69-72-68 209
Scott Laycock CUT 71-71-67 209
Jason Buha CUT 71-68-70 209
Olin Browne CUT 67-72-71 210
Jim Carter CUT 71-72-67 210
Bob Tway CUT 69-71-70 210
J.P. Hayes CUT 72-70-68 210
Tom Gillis CUT 67-68-75 210
Tom Carter CUT 69-67-74 210
Paul Gow CUT 72-70-68 210
John E. Morgan CUT 74-67-69 210
Kevin Sutherland CUT 70-64-77 211
Brenden Pappas CUT 73-67-71 211
John Rollins CUT 72-64-75 211
Andy Miller CUT 71-73-67 211
Dave Stockton, Jr. CUT 67-68-77 212
Mike Grob CUT 70-69-73 212
Per-Ulrik Johansson CUT 70-75-67 212
Jonathan Kaye CUT 73-66-73 212
Doug Barron CUT 65-73-74 212
Darron Stiles CUT 70-68-74 212
Brad Elder CUT 68-69-75 212
Lee Janzen CUT 70-69-74 213
David Peoples CUT 74-69-70 213
Jeff Gallagher CUT 71-73-69 213
David Sutherland CUT 69-68-77 214
Carl Paulson CUT 71-69-75 215
Alex Cejka CUT 66-73-76 215
Gavin Coles CUT 73-71-71 215
Chris Anderson CUT 71-72-72 215
Pat Perez CUT 73-67-75 215
Jeremy Anderson CUT 70-67-78 215
Tommy Armour III CUT 72-73-71 216
Gene Sauers CUT 67-72-77 216
Chris Smith CUT 69-76-71 216
Jeff Klein CUT 70-75-71 216
Thomas Levet CUT 75-69-72 216
Craig Perks CUT 72-72-73 217
Steven Alker CUT 73-73-71 217
Geoff Ogilvy CUT 74-72-71 217
Jason Caron CUT 73-70-75 218
John Maginnes CUT 73-74-72 219
Anthony Painter CUT 78-71-70 219
Mathew Goggin CUT 70-77-74 221
David Duval CUT 75-76-73 224
Ty Tryon CUT 74-72-78 224
Todd Barranger CUT 74-74-85 233
Mark Calcavecchia W/D 73-71 144
Rocco Mediate W/D 71-75 146
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