Final Scores and Earnings from Memphis

By Golf Channel NewsroomMay 31, 2004, 4:00 pm

 
TPC at Southwind
Memphis, Tenn.
Purse $4,500,000
Par 71

 

 
David Toms             1  67-63-65-73 268   $846,000.00
Bob Estes 2 74-64-67-69 274 $507,600.00
Steve Lowery T3 74-64-70-67 275 $272,600.00
Tim Herron T3 72-64-69-70 275 $272,600.00
Brian Gay T5 71-66-66-73 276 $165,087.50
Stewart Cink T5 68-70-69-69 276 $165,087.50
Fredrik Jacobson T5 75-68-64-69 276 $165,087.50
Vaughn Taylor T5 66-65-71-74 276 $165,087.50
Craig Bowden T9 72-68-66-71 277 $122,200.00
Paul Stankowski T9 67-69-71-70 277 $122,200.00
Hirofumi Miyase T9 68-69-67-73 277 $122,200.00
Charles Howell III T9 70-70-68-69 277 $122,200.00
Michael Bradley T13 70-70-67-71 278 $85,540.00
Dennis Paulson T13 72-68-67-71 278 $85,540.00
Michael Allen T13 71-68-70-69 278 $85,540.00
Brian Kortan T13 75-67-66-70 278 $85,540.00
Joel Kribel T13 73-65-70-70 278 $85,540.00
Tom Pernice, Jr. T18 75-68-63-73 279 $61,288.00
Loren Roberts T18 71-71-67-70 279 $61,288.00
Kris Cox T18 72-67-68-72 279 $61,288.00
John Senden T18 74-69-65-71 279 $61,288.00
Steve Allan T18 70-67-69-73 279 $61,288.00
Joe Ogilvie T23 74-69-66-71 280 $45,120.00
Ted Purdy T23 72-64-71-73 280 $45,120.00
Hank Kuehne T23 73-66-70-71 280 $45,120.00
Billy Andrade T26 75-67-67-72 281 $33,370.00
Danny Briggs T26 74-68-67-72 281 $33,370.00
Fred Funk T26 73-68-66-74 281 $33,370.00
David Peoples T26 71-69-68-73 281 $33,370.00
Patrick Sheehan T26 69-70-70-72 281 $33,370.00
Matt Kuchar T26 73-66-70-72 281 $33,370.00
Hunter Mahan T26 73-67-70-71 281 $33,370.00
Joel Edwards T33 73-68-67-74 282 $23,291.11
Mike Grob T33 75-67-66-74 282 $23,291.11
J.P. Hayes T33 70-71-70-71 282 $23,291.11
Michael Clark II T33 81-62-70-69 282 $23,291.11
Brent Geiberger T33 69-72-74-67 282 $23,291.11
Notah Begay III T33 75-65-69-73 282 $23,291.12
Doug Barron T33 76-67-67-72 282 $23,291.11
Ben Crane T33 70-65-73-74 282 $23,291.11
Rich Beem T33 73-64-68-77 282 $23,291.11
John Daly T42 71-65-72-75 283 $16,450.00
Robert Gamez T42 72-71-68-72 283 $16,450.00
Matt Gogel T42 72-69-69-73 283 $16,450.00
Cameron Beckman T42 73-68-70-72 283 $16,450.00
Robert Damron T42 71-69-69-74 283 $16,450.00
Bart Bryant T47 72-68-69-75 284 $12,072.29
Gene Sauers T47 74-66-69-75 284 $12,072.29
Jim McGovern T47 75-66-71-72 284 $12,072.28
Brett Quigley T47 75-68-68-73 284 $12,072.28
Ken Duke T47 74-66-70-74 284 $12,072.29
Tjaart Van der Walt T47 72-69-70-73 284 $12,072.28
Zhang Lian-wei T47 68-72-70-74 284 $12,072.29
Jay Delsing T54 72-70-67-76 285 $10,716.00
Kirk Triplett T54 73-69-70-73 285 $10,716.00
Brian Bateman T54 73-65-73-74 285 $10,716.00
J.J. Henry T54 70-70-71-74 285 $10,716.00
Bryce Molder T54 74-69-69-73 285 $10,716.00
Tom Lehman 59 70-70-71-75 286 $10,434.00
David Edwards T60 73-70-69-75 287 $10,246.00
Stan Utley T60 72-70-69-76 287 $10,246.00
Brenden Pappas T60 71-69-71-76 287 $10,246.00
Tripp Isenhour T63 70-67-73-78 288 $9,964.00
Jose Coceres T63 74-64-74-76 288 $9,964.00
Scott Hend T63 73-70-72-73 288 $9,964.00
Vance Veazey 66 71-70-73-75 289 $9,776.00
Greg Chalmers T67 70-70-72-78 290 $9,635.00
Pat Perez T67 72-70-70-78 290 $9,635.00
Tom Carter 69 72-66-74-79 291 $9,494.00
Chris Smith T70 74-69-77-72 292 $9,353.00
Rich Barcelo T70 70-71-73-78 292 $9,353.00
Mike Springer T72 75-67-72-80 294 $9,165.00
Brandt Snedeker T72 74-69-76-75 294 $9,165.00
Deane Pappas 74 72-69-74-83 298 $9,024.00
 
Missed Cut
Jim Gallagher, Jr. CUT 75-69 144
Steve Pate CUT 74-70 144
Glen Day CUT 75-69 144
Mathias Gronberg CUT 74-70 144
Jason Dufner CUT 79-65 144
Paul Azinger CUT 77-68 145
Jim Carter CUT 76-69 145
Rick Fehr CUT 74-71 145
Robin Freeman CUT 73-72 145
David Frost CUT 76-69 145
Kelly Gibson CUT 77-68 145
Ken Green CUT 75-70 145
Len Mattiace CUT 75-70 145
Billy Mayfair CUT 73-72 145
John Riegger CUT 74-71 145
Greg Kraft CUT 76-69 145
Esteban Toledo CUT 75-70 145
Bob Burns CUT 73-72 145
Jeff Brehaut CUT 74-71 145
Mike Heinen CUT 73-72 145
Carl Paulson CUT 78-67 145
Todd Fischer CUT 70-75 145
Jason Bohn CUT 73-72 145
Mark Brooks CUT 76-70 146
Trevor Dodds CUT 74-72 146
Blaine McCallister CUT 71-75 146
Kevin Sutherland CUT 73-73 146
Daniel Chopra CUT 70-76 146
Geoff Ogilvy CUT 77-69 146
Richard S. Johnson CUT 75-71 146
Bill Glasson CUT 74-73 147
Donnie Hammond CUT 77-70 147
Guy Boros CUT 74-73 147
David Sutherland CUT 76-71 147
Tommy Tolles CUT 75-72 147
Joe Durant CUT 76-71 147
John Maginnes CUT 76-71 147
Mark Wilson CUT 79-68 147
David Gossett CUT 76-71 147
John E. Morgan CUT 78-69 147
Mike Hulbert CUT 73-75 148
Spike McRoy CUT 77-71 148
Jay Williamson CUT 75-73 148
Chris Couch CUT 78-70 148
Cliff Kresge CUT 78-70 148
David Howser CUT 78-70 148
Keiichiro Fukabori CUT 79-69 148
Arjun Atwal CUT 78-70 148
Aaron Barber CUT 77-71 148
Heath Slocum CUT 79-69 148
Roland Thatcher CUT 76-72 148
Grant Waite CUT 79-70 149
Brad Lardon CUT 79-70 149
Mark Hensby CUT 74-75 149
Garrett Willis CUT 81-68 149
Roger Tambellini CUT 76-73 149
Craig Parry CUT 78-72 150
Ted Tryba CUT 79-71 150
Shaun Micheel CUT 78-72 150
Brian Henninger CUT 77-73 150
Dicky Pride CUT 80-70 150
David Morland IV CUT 75-75 150
Danny Ellis CUT 73-77 150
Andre Stolz CUT 75-75 150
David Branshaw CUT 78-72 150
Jay Don Blake CUT 80-71 151
Brian Wilson CUT 77-74 151
Lucas Glover CUT 80-71 151
Willie Wood CUT 80-72 152
Zeb Patten CUT 79-73 152
Tim Petrovic CUT 78-76 154
Bobby Cochran CUT 80-75 155
Kevin Muncrief CUT 77-78 155
Mike Standly CUT 80-76 156
Pat Bates CUT 82-75 157
Brett Paquet CUT 84-74 158
Matt Loving CUT 74-85 159
Loren Personett CUT 86-75 161
Tim Tims CUT 90-86 176
Russ Cochran W/D 74 74
Randy Helton D 83 83
Dan Olsen D 73 73

 
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