Final Scores and Earnings from the Memorial

By Golf Channel NewsroomJune 6, 2005, 4:00 pm

 
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Bart Bryant, $990,000 69-69-66-68--272 -16
Fred Couples, $594,000 71-67-66-69--273 -15
Bo Van Pelt, $286,000 67-72-69-68--276 -12
Tiger Woods, $286,000 69-68-71-68--276 -12
Jeff Sluman, $286,000 65-71-68-72--276 -12
Nick O'Hern, $191,125 67-70-70-70--277 -11
Jonathan Kaye, $191,125 67-70-68-72--277 -11
Lucas Glover, $148,500 67-70-73-68--278 -10
K.J. Choi, $148,500 69-72-69-68--278 -10
Jim Furyk, $148,500 73-73-64-68--278 -10
Richard Green, $148,500 67-72-69-70--278 -10
David Toms, $148,500 70-70-64-74--278 -10
Scott Verplank, $110,000 75-66-67-71--279 -9
Woody Austin, $110,000 67-73-65-74--279 -9
Jerry Kelly, $96,250 70-71-69-70--280 -8
Rory Sabbatini, $96,250 66-74-69-71--280 -8
Greg Owen, $79,750 76-68-67-71--282 -6
Fredrik Jacobson, $79,750 71-73-65-73--282 -6
Peter Lonard, $79,750 71-68-67-76--282 -6
Geoff Ogilvy, $79,750 70-71-66-75--282 -6
Brad Faxon, $61,600 74-72-67-70--283 -5
Stephen Leaney, $61,600 71-70-70-72--283 -5
Jay Haas, $61,600 69-70-71-73--283 -5
Tom Pernice, Jr., $44,550 72-72-72-68--284 -4
Kirk Triplett, $44,550 74-69-71-70--284 -4
Kenny Perry, $44,550 69-72-71-72--284 -4
Vaughn Taylor, $44,550 72-70-70-72--284 -4
Billy Andrade, $44,550 69-71-71-73--284 -4
Harrison Frazar, $44,550 69-68-73-74--284 -4
Ian Poulter, $34,925 68-72-73-72--285 -3
Joey Sindelar, $34,925 72-70-71-72--285 -3
Chad Campbell, $34,925 74-70-68-73--285 -3
Stephen Ames, $34,925 70-73-68-74--285 -3
Zach Johnson, $28,380 73-68-75-70--286 -2
Duffy Waldorf, $28,380 72-70-73-71--286 -2
Carl Pettersson, $28,380 73-69-70-74--286 -2
Steve Flesch, $28,380 69-69-73-75--286 -2
Billy Mayfair, $28,380 72-70-68-76--286 -2
Craig Parry, $22,000 69-74-77-67--287 -1
Briny Baird, $22,000 71-73-73-70--287 -1
Ryan Palmer, $22,000 69-72-74-72--287 -1
Phillip Price, $22,000 70-72-72-73--287 -1
Alex Cejka, $22,000 69-71-73-74--287 -1
Jesper Parnevik, $22,000 71-74-68-74--287 -1
Tim Herron, $15,415.72 68-70-79-71--288 E
Kevin Na, $15,415.72 73-69-74-72--288 E
Ernie Els, $15,415.72 73-71-72-72--288 E
Jose Maria Olazabal, $15,415.71 70-74-71-73--288 E
Stewart Cink, $15,415.71 69-69-76-74--288 E
Arjun Atwal, $15,415.71 71-72-71-74--288 E
Sean O'Hair, $15,415.71 69-73-69-77--288 E
Chris DiMarco, $12,826 74-69-73-73--289 +1
Trevor Immelman, $12,826 70-74-72-73--289 +1
Carlos Franco, $12,826 69-73-73-74--289 +1
Robert Allenby, $12,826 71-74-70-74--289 +1
Adam Scott, $12,826 67-73-68-81--289 +1
Shigeki Maruyama, $12,265 73-72-72-73--290 +2
Bob Tway, $12,265 72-73-71-74--290 +2
Mark Hensby, $12,265 74-72-69-75--290 +2
Dudley Hart, $12,265 72-68-71-79--290 +2
Patrick Sheehan, $11,715 72-70-77-72--291 +3
Charles Howell III, $11,715 77-69-73-72--291 +3
Joe Ogilvie, $11,715 67-74-77-73--291 +3
Corey Pavin, $11,715 73-71-73-74--291 +3
Paul Sheehan, $11,715 73-71-73-74--291 +3
Scott McCarron, $11,715 71-72-72-76--291 +3
Stuart Appleby, $11,055 76-70-74-72--292 +4
Brandt Jobe, $11,055 75-71-74-72--292 +4
Tim Petrovic, $11,055 72-74-73-73--292 +4
Peter Jacobsen, $11,055 73-69-74-76--292 +4
Mark O'Meara, $11,055 70-70-73-79--292 +4
Bill Haas, $11,055 70-76-66-80--292 +4
Euan Walters, $10,615 76-70-74-73--293 +5
Rod Pampling, $10,615 70-72-73-78--293 +5
Thomas Levet, $10,395 74-70-76-74--294 +6
Justin Rose, $10,395 72-72-75-75--294 +6
Paul Azinger, $10,230 72-72-71-80--295 +7
Steve Lowery, $10,120 70-75-74-77--296 +8
Bob Sowards, $10,010 73-73-74-77--297 +9
 
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