Final Scores and Earnings from the MCI Heritage

By Golf Channel NewsroomApril 19, 2004, 4:00 pm
Harbour Town Golf Links
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Purse $4,500,000
Par 71


Playoff Scoring
Stewart Cink, $864,000            72-69-69-64--274   10-under
Ted Purdy, $518,400 69-67-65-73--274
Carl Pettersson, $249,600 72-71-66-67--276 8-under
Ernie Els, $249,600 69-70-68-69--276
Patrick Sheehan, $249,600 71-66-69-70--276
Fred Funk, $172,800 69-69-69-70--277 7-under
Scott Hoch, $144,600 70-68-71-69--278 6-under
Justin Rose, $144,600 73-69-66-70--278
Jay Haas, $144,600 68-69-70-71--278
Stephen Ames, $144,600 70-68-68-72--278
Geoff Ogilvy, $101,760 71-73-70-66--280 4-under
Jose Coceres, $101,760 71-68-72-69--280
Darren Clarke, $101,760 71-66-71-72--280
Jonathan Kaye, $101,760 70-70-68-72--280
Kevin Na, $101,760 69-68-70-73--280
Cliff Kresge, $63,040 71-70-74-66--281 3-under
Tim Petrovic, $63,040 69-72-71-69--281
Jay Williamson, $63,040 71-72-69-69--281
Kent Jones, $63,040 72-72-68-69--281
Fredrik Jacobson, $63,040 73-69-68-71--281
Bob Burns, $63,040 73-70-67-71--281
Rod Pampling, $63,040 68-72-69-72--281
Jonathan Byrd, $63,040 68-71-70-72--281
Lucas Glover, $63,040 73-70-66-72--281
Nick Price, $35,862.86 69-71-74-68--282 2-under
Dennis Paulson, $35,862.86 73-70-70-69--282
Skip Kendall, $35,862.86 72-71-69-70--282
Mark O'Meara, $35,862.86 71-67-73-71--282
John Huston, $35,862.86 69-68-74-71--282
Ben Curtis, $35,862.85 68-66-75-73--282
Alex Cejka, $35,862.85 70-71-68-73--282
Scott Verplank, $25,988.58 73-69-72-69--283 1-under
Matt Kuchar, $25,988.57 72-70-70-71--283
Davis Love III, $25,988.57 72-70-69-72--283
Tom Byrum, $25,988.57 74-68-69-72--283
Woody Austin, $25,988.57 71-71-69-72--283
Chad Campbell, $25,988.57 69-69-70-75--283
Heath Slocum, $25,988.57 68-67-70-78--283
Craig Bowden, $19,200 70-72-74-68--284 Even
Justin Leonard, $19,200 71-72-73-68--284
David Frost, $19,200 71-68-75-70--284
Lee Janzen, $19,200 71-72-70-71--284
Bernhard Langer, $19,200 71-71-70-72--284
Spike McRoy, $19,200 69-71-71-73--284
Ben Crane, $13,212 74-67-74-70--285 1-over
Jeff Brehaut, $13,212 74-66-73-72--285
Cameron Beckman, $13,212 67-72-74-72--285
Tim Clark, $13,212 70-71-72-72--285
Robert Gamez, $13,212 69-70-73-73--285
John Rollins, $13,212 71-70-71-73--285
Dudley Hart, $13,212 74-68-70-73--285
Jeff Maggert, $13,212 73-66-70-76--285
Zach Johnson, $10,908 69-72-75-70--286 2-over
Brian Bateman, $10,908 69-71-75-71--286
J.L. Lewis, $10,908 69-75-72-70--286
Scott Simpson, $10,908 73-69-72-72--286
Frank Lickliter II, $10,908 71-71-71-73--286
Glen Day, $10,908 72-68-72-74--286
Billy Andrade, $10,908 77-64-71-74--286
Dean Wilson, $10,908 72-71-67-76--286
Craig Barlow, $10,320 71-71-76-69--287 3-over
Loren Roberts, $10,320 69-73-72-73--287
Ian Poulter, $10,320 70-70-73-74--287
Scott Hend, $10,320 73-70-66-78--287
Bob Estes, $10,080 71-72-71-74--288 4-over
Robert Damron, $9,984 74-69-72-74--289 5-over
Matt Gogel, $9,840 71-71-76-72--290 6-over
Dan Olsen, $9,840 71-72-73-74--290
Brad Faxon, $9,648 71-71-81-68--291 7-over
Billy Mayfair, $9,648 76-68-73-74--291
Tommy Armour III, $9,456 76-68-77-71--292 8-over
Todd Fischer, $9,456 72-72-75-73--292

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    Sergio starts season with 66 in Singapore

    By Associated PressJanuary 18, 2018, 12:56 pm

    SINGAPORE – Sergio Garcia opened his season with a 5-under 66 and a share of the clubhouse lead on Thursday in the first round of the weather-interrupted Singapore Open.

    Playing his first tournament of the year, the Masters champion rebounded after making an early bogey to collect four birdies and an eagle at the Sentosa Golf Club.

    He was later joined by American qualifier Kurt Kitayama in the clubhouse lead. Still on the course, Tirawat Kaewsiribandit was at 6 under through 16 holes when play was suspended for the day because of the threat of lightning.

    Louis Oosthuizen, the 2010 Open champion, was at 5 under through 16 holes when he also had to stop his round because of the weather.

    Of the players who did finish their opening rounds, only three were within two strokes of Garcia and Kitayama. One of them was Casey O'Toole, who aced the par-3 second with a 7-iron.

    The 38-year-old Garcia dropped his only shot of the day on the par-4 15th, his sixth hole after teeing off on the back nine, when he missed the fairway and was unable to make par. But he made amends when he birdied the par-3 17th and then eagled the par-5 18th to go out in 33.

    ''I was 1 over after (the) seventh but it didn't feel like I was playing badly,'' said Garcia, who made birdies on each of the two par 5s and one of the par 3s on the second nine. ''But then I hit two greats in a row for holes 17 and 18. I got a birdie-eagle there, so that settled me a little bit and I could play solid in the back nine and it was a great round.''

    Garcia made the shortlist for the Laureus Sports Awards in the Breakthrough of the Year category after claiming his first major at Augusta National last year and is hoping for more success this season.

    He credits the Singapore Open as having played a part in toughening him up for his Masters win because he opted to start his 2017 campaign in the stifling humidity of Southeast Asia to prepare himself for the bigger tournaments ahead.

    Although he finished tied for 11th in Singapore, Garcia won the Dubai Desert Classic the next week and was in peak form when he won the Masters two months later.

    Kitayama only secured his place in the $1 million event on Monday by finishing at the top of the qualifying competition, but he made a strong start with birdies on three of his first five holes. The 25-year-old Thai was 6 under through 13 holes but spoiled his otherwise flawless round with a bogey on his last.

    ''I started with a birdie and I just let it roll from there. I had some good tee shots, which I think, is the biggest thing for this course,'' Kitayama said. ''I'm a little tired, but I'm hanging in there. Whenever I have time off, I'll try not to think too much about golf.''

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    13-year-old beats DJ in closest-to-the-pin contest

    By Ryan LavnerJanuary 18, 2018, 12:26 pm

    Dustin Johnson didn’t just get beat by Tommy Fleetwood and Rory McIlroy on Day 1 of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

    Even a 13-year-old got the best of the world No. 1.

    Oscar Murphy teed off on the 177-yard 15th hole as part of the tournament’s Beat the Pro challenge during the opening round. The Northern Irishman, one of the HSBC’s Future Falcons, carved a 3-wood toward a back-right pin, about 25 feet away, closer than both Johnson and Fleetwood.

    “An unbelievable shot,” Fleetwood said afterward, “and me and Rory both said, ‘We don’t have that in our locker.’”

    Johnson still made par on the hole, but he mixed four birdies with four bogeys Thursday for an even-par 72 that left him six shots back of Fleetwood and Hideto Tanihara after the opening round.

    Johnson, who tied for second here a year ago, is coming off a dominant performance at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, where he won by eight shots to strengthen his lead atop the world rankings. 

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    McIlroy 'really pleased' with opening 69 in Abu Dhabi

    By Ryan LavnerJanuary 18, 2018, 12:10 pm

    It was an auspicious 2018 debut for Rory McIlroy.

    Playing alongside world No. 1 Dustin Johnson for his first round since October, McIlroy missed only one green and shot a bogey-free 69 at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. McIlroy is three shots back of reigning Race to Dubai champion Tommy Fleetwood, who played in the same group as McIlroy and Johnson, and Hideto Tanihara.

    Starting on the back nine at Abu Dhabi Golf Club, McIlroy began with 11 consecutive pars before birdies on Nos. 3, 7 and 8.

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    “I was excited to get going,” he told reporters afterward. “The last couple of months have been really nice in terms of being able to concentrate on things I needed to work on in my game and health-wise. I feel like I’m the most prepared for a season that I’ve ever been, but it was nice to get back out there.”

    Fleetwood, the defending champion, raced out to another lead while McIlroy and Johnson, who shot 72, just tried to keep pace.

    “Tommy played very well and I was just trying to hang onto his coattails for most of the round, so really pleased – bogey-free 69, I can’t really complain,” McIlroy said.

    This was his first competitive round in more than three months, since a tie for 63rd at the Dunhill Links. He is outside the top 10 in the world ranking for the first time since 2014. 

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    Hadwin returns to site of last year's 59

    By Will GrayJanuary 17, 2018, 11:04 pm

    Adam Hadwin had a career season last year, one that included shooting a 59 and winning a PGA Tour event. But those two achievements didn't occur in the same week.

    While Hadwin's breakthrough victory came at the Valspar Championship in March, it was at the CareerBuilder Challenge in January when he first made headlines with a third-round 59 at La Quinta Country Club. Hadwin took a lead into the final round as a result, but he ultimately couldn't keep pace with Hudson Swafford.

    He went on to earn a spot at the Tour Championship, and Hadwin made his first career Presidents Cup appearance in October. Now the Canadian returns to Palm Springs, eager to improve on last year's result and hoping to earn a spot in the final group for a third straight year after a T-6 finish in 2016.

    "A lot of good memories here in the desert," Hadwin told reporters. "I feel very comfortable here, very at home. Lots of Canadians, so it's always fun to play well in front of those crowds and hopefully looking forward to another good week."

    Hadwin's 59 last year was somewhat overshadowed, both by the fact that he didn't win the event and that it came just one week after Justin Thomas shot a 59 en route to victory at the Sony Open. But he's still among an exclusive club of just eight players to have broken 60 in competition on Tour and he's eager to get another crack at La Quinta on Saturday.

    "If I'm in the same position on 18, I'm gunning for 58 this year," Hadwin said, "not playing safe for 59."