Final Scores and Earnings from New Orleans

By Golf Channel NewsroomMay 3, 2004, 4:00 pm
04 HP Classic of New OrleansEnglish Turn Golf and Country Club
New Orleans, Louisiana
Purse $5,000,000

 
Vijay Singh           1   70-65-68-63   266   $918,000.00
Phil Mickelson T2 67-65-69-66 267 $448,800.00
Joe Ogilvie T2 66-67-66-68 267 $448,800.00
Hidemichi Tanaka 4 69-64-69-67 269 $244,800.00
Charles Howell III T5 66-64-71-70 271 $193,800.00
Justin Rose T5 67-70-65-69 271 $193,800.00
Stephen Ames T7 67-69-71-65 272 $158,950.00
Brian Bateman T7 67-67-69-69 272 $158,950.00
K.J. Choi T7 67-68-68-69 272 $158,950.00
Joe Durant T10 67-70-67-69 273 $132,600.00
Matt Kuchar T10 69-63-71-70 273 $132,600.00
David Frost T12 69-69-70-66 274 $107,100.00
Ken Duke T12 64-68-72-70 274 $107,100.00
Ryan Palmer T12 68-64-72-70 274 $107,100.00
Paul Azinger T15 66-66-71-72 275 $81,600.00
Steve Pate T15 75-65-68-67 275 $81,600.00
David Sutherland T15 66-67-72-70 275 $81,600.00
Bob Burns T15 69-64-75-67 275 $81,600.00
Carl Pettersson T15 68-68-73-66 275 $81,600.00
Dan Forsman T20 71-68-69-68 276 $57,324.00
Steve Stricker T20 71-69-67-69 276 $57,324.00
John Senden T20 70-67-72-67 276 $57,324.00
Pat Perez T20 70-70-70-66 276 $57,324.00
James H. McLean T20 70-67-71-68 276 $57,324.00
Bob Estes T25 69-65-75-68 277 $36,493.34
J.L. Lewis T25 69-67-71-70 277 $36,493.33
Hal Sutton T25 69-66-76-66 277 $36,493.33
Robert Damron T25 66-70-70-71 277 $36,493.33
Mathias Gronberg T25 67-70-72-68 277 $36,493.34
Briny Baird T25 73-67-71-66 277 $36,493.33
Ted Purdy T25 68-68-68-73 277 $36,493.33
Geoff Ogilvy T25 68-69-72-68 277 $36,493.34
Jonathan Byrd T25 70-70-71-66 277 $36,493.33
Russ Cochran T34 70-69-70-69 278 $23,089.09
Skip Kendall T34 71-64-73-70 278 $23,089.09
Steve Lowery T34 70-65-72-71 278 $23,089.09
Dennis Paulson T34 66-72-72-68 278 $23,089.09
Joey Sindelar T34 71-69-72-66 278 $23,089.09
David Toms T34 69-66-72-71 278 $23,089.09
Jerry Kelly T34 69-67-71-71 278 $23,089.09
Deane Pappas T34 68-69-68-73 278 $23,089.09
Andre Stolz T34 70-69-71-68 278 $23,089.09
Daniel Chopra T34 73-65-67-73 278 $23,089.09
Steve Allan T34 72-68-68-70 278 $23,089.10
Scott Hoch T45 70-69-71-69 279 $14,932.80
Bob Tway T45 67-70-70-72 279 $14,932.80
Steve Flesch T45 68-67-74-70 279 $14,932.80
Kent Jones T45 68-71-69-71 279 $14,932.80
Chris Riley T45 68-68-73-70 279 $14,932.80
Kelly Gibson T50 68-67-76-69 280 $12,418.50
Craig Bowden T50 66-66-73-75 280 $12,418.50
Hirofumi Miyase T50 69-68-73-70 280 $12,418.50
Harrison Frazar T50 74-66-68-72 280 $12,418.50
Olin Browne T54 70-68-73-70 281 $11,526.00
Ken Green T54 70-66-76-69 281 $11,526.00
Scott Verplank T54 68-70-71-72 281 $11,526.00
Dean Wilson T54 70-68-71-72 281 $11,526.00
Greg Chalmers T54 67-72-70-72 281 $11,526.00
Andrew McLardy T54 70-69-73-69 281 $11,526.00
Joel Kribel T54 72-64-72-73 281 $11,526.00
Chris Smith T61 72-68-68-74 282 $11,016.00
Kirk Triplett T61 66-69-75-72 282 $11,016.00
Guy Boros T61 70-70-63-79 282 $11,016.00
Pat Bates T64 71-69-70-73 283 $10,761.00
Omar Uresti T64 69-69-70-75 283 $10,761.00
Blaine McCallister T66 68-71-68-77 284 $10,557.00
Esteban Toledo T66 69-69-72-74 284 $10,557.00
Dan Olsen T68 68-69-75-73 285 $10,302.00
Vaughn Taylor T68 69-70-72-74 285 $10,302.00
John E. Morgan T68 69-71-74-71 285 $10,302.00
Danny Ellis 71 63-66-82-75 286 $10,098.00
John Riegger T72 68-69-75-75 287 $9,945.00
D.J. Brigman T72 70-68-73-76 287 $9,945.00
Fulton Allem 74 69-67-78-74 288 $9,792.00
Jeff Brehaut 75 69-70-73-77 289 $9,690.00
Chris DiMarco T76 69-69-72-80 290 $9,537.00
Mike Heinen T76 74-65-79-72 290 $9,537.00
Tommy Tolles 78 69-71-73-79 292 $9,384.00
 
Missed Cut
Jay Williamson W/D 67-71-69 207
Jim Carter CUT 70-71 141
Jay Delsing CUT 71-70 141
Tom Pernice, Jr. CUT 70-71 141
Gene Sauers CUT 66-75 141
Mike Standly CUT 72-69 141
J.P. Hayes CUT 70-71 141
Brian Gay CUT 72-69 141
Jose Coceres CUT 72-69 141
Garrett Willis CUT 72-69 141
Mark Wilson CUT 68-73 141
Patrick Sheehan CUT 67-74 141
Ricky Barnes CUT 67-74 141
Richard S. Johnson CUT 70-71 141
Danny Briggs CUT 70-72 142
Mark Brooks CUT 71-71 142
Bart Bryant CUT 71-71 142
Brad Lardon CUT 71-71 142
Dudley Hart CUT 69-73 142
John Maginnes CUT 72-70 142
Patrick Moore CUT 70-72 142
Jason Bohn CUT 71-71 142
Kevin Muncrief CUT 74-68 142
Jason Dufner CUT 70-72 142
Roland Thatcher CUT 72-70 142
Todd Hamilton CUT 70-73 143
Woody Austin CUT 75-68 143
Tripp Isenhour CUT 71-72 143
Craig Perks CUT 71-72 143
Cliff Kresge CUT 71-72 143
Tjaart Van der Walt CUT 74-69 143
David Branshaw CUT 71-72 143
Aaron Barber CUT 71-72 143
Roger Tambellini CUT 71-72 143
Rich Barcelo CUT 71-72 143
Trevor Dodds CUT 74-70 144
Jeff Sluman CUT 72-72 144
Glen Day CUT 74-70 144
Dicky Pride CUT 73-71 144
Heath Slocum CUT 74-70 144
Scott Hend CUT 71-73 144
Hank Kuehne CUT 71-73 144
Bo Van Pelt CUT 71-73 144
Kevin Na CUT 73-71 144
Lucas Glover CUT 72-72 144
Scott Simpson CUT 72-73 145
Carlos Franco CUT 69-76 145
Todd Fischer CUT 74-71 145
Brian Kortan CUT 74-71 145
Brent Schwarzrock CUT 75-70 145
Hunter Mahan CUT 74-71 145
Brandt Snedeker CUT 69-76 145
Brett Quigley CUT 71-75 146
Spike McRoy CUT 75-71 146
Patrick Prince CUT 72-74 146
Niclas Fasth CUT 71-76 147
Brenden Pappas CUT 72-75 147
Arjun Atwal CUT 74-73 147
Scott McCarron CUT 76-72 148
David Church CUT 71-77 148
Tom Carter CUT 73-75 148
Michael Pearson CUT 77-71 148
Tim Thelen CUT 74-76 150
Kris Cox CUT 74-76 150
Stuart Appleby CUT 75-75 150
Bryant MacKellar CUT 77-76 153
Derek Sanders CUT 85-78 163
John Rollins W/D 68-68 136
Tom Byrum W/D 71 71
David Peoples W/D 71 71
Michael Allen W/D 72 72
Chris Couch W/D 72 72
Brent Geiberger W/D 74 74
David Morland IV W/D 76 76
Alex Cejka W/D 74 74
Grant Waite W/D
Neal Lancaster W/D
Cliff Bailey W/D

 
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    The Social: The end was nigh, then it wasn't

    By Jason CrookJanuary 16, 2018, 7:00 pm

    The star power at the Sony Open may have been overshadowed by a missile scare, but there were plenty of other social media stories that kept the golf world on its toes this week, including some insight on Tiger Woods from a round with President Obama and some failed trick shots.

    All that and more in this week's edition of The Social.

    By now you've undoubtedly heard about the false alarm in Hawaii on Saturday, where just about everyone, including most Sony Open participants, woke up to an emergency cell phone alert that there was a ballistic missile heading toward the islands.

    Hawaiian emergency management officials eventually admitted the original message was mistakenly sent out, but before they did, people (understandably) freaked out.

    As the situation unfolded, some Tour pros took to social media to express their confusion and to let the Twittersphere know how they planned on riding out this threat:

    While I would've been in that bathtub under the mattress with John Peterson, his wife, baby and in-laws (wait, how big is this tub?), here's how Justin Thomas reacted to the threat of impending doom:

    Yeah, you heard that right.

    “I was like ‘there’s nothing I can do,'” Thomas said. ”I sat on my couch and opened up the sliding door and watched TV and listened to music. I was like, if it’s my time, it’s my time.”

    Hmmm ... can we just go ahead and award him all the 2018 majors right now? Because if Thomas is staring down death in mid-January, you gotta like the kid's chances on the back nine Sunday at Augusta and beyond.

    Before the Hawaiian Missile Crisis of 2018, things were going about as well as they could at Waialae Country Club, starting with the Wednesday pro-am.

    Jordan Spieth might have been the third-biggest star in his own group, after getting paired with superstar singer/songwriter/actor Nick Jonas and model/actress Kelly Rohrbach.

    You'd be hard-pressed to find a more photogenic group out on the course, and the "Baywatch" star has a gorgeous swing as well, which makes sense, considering she was a former collegiate golfer at Georgetown.

    As impressive as that group was, they were somehow outshined by an amateur in another group, former NFL coach June Jones.

    Jones, who now coaches the CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats, played his round in bare feet and putted with his 5-iron, a remedy he came up with to battle the yips.

    Former NFL and current CFL coach June Jones: A master of 5-iron putting?

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    Considering he made back-to-back birdies at one point during the day, it's safe to say he's won that battle.

    With Tiger Woods' return to the PGA Tour about a week away, that sound you hear is the hype train motoring full speed down the tracks.

    First, his ex-girlfriend Lindsey Vonn told Sports Illustrated that she hopes this comeback works out for him.

    “I loved him and we’re still friends. Sometimes, I wish he would have listened to me a little more, but he’s very stubborn and he likes to go his own way," the Olympic skiier said. "I hope this latest comeback sticks. I hope he goes back to winning tournaments.”

    Vonn also mentioned she thinks Woods is very stubborn and that he didn't listen to her enough. That really shouldn't shock anyone who watched him win the 2008 U.S. Open on one leg. Don't think there were a lot of people in his ear telling him that was a great idea at the time.

    We also have this report from Golf Channel Insider Tim Rosaforte, stating that the 14-time major champ recently played a round with former president Barack Obama at The Floridian in Palm City, Fla., where he received rave reviews from instructor Claude Harmon.

    The Farmers Insurance Open is sure to be must-see TV, but until then, I'm here for all of the rampant speculation and guesses as to how things will go. The more takes the better. Make them extra spicy, please and thanks.

    These poor New Orleans Saints fans. Guess the only thing you can do is throw your 65-inch TV off the balcony and get 'em next year.

    Here's two more just for good measure.

    Farts ... will they ever not be funny?

    Perhaps someday, but that day was not early last week, when Tommy Fleetwood let one rip on his European teammates during EurAsia Cup team photos.

    Fleetwood went 3-0-0 in the event, helping Europe to a victory over Asia, perhaps by distracting his opponents with the aid of his secret weapon.

    Also, how about the diabolical question, "Did you get that?"

    Yeah Tommy, we all got that.

    Ahhh ... golf trick shot videos. You were fun while you lasted.

    But now we’ve officially come to the point in their existence where an unsuccessful attempt is much more entertaining than a properly executed shot, and right on cue, a couple of pros delivered some epic fails.

    We start with Sony Open runner-up James Hahn’s preparation for the event, where for some reason he thought he needed to practice a running, jumping, Happy Gilmore-esque shot from the lip of a bunker. It didn’t exactly work out.

    Not to be outdone, Ladies European Tour pro Carly Booth attempted the juggling-drive-it-out-of-midair shot made famous by the Bryan Bros, and from the looks of things she might have caught it a little close to the hosel.

    PSA to trick-shot artists everywhere: For the sake of the viewing public, if you feel a miss coming on, please make sure the camera is rolling.

    Seriously, though, who cares? Definitely not these guys and gals, who took the time to comment, "who cares?" They definitely do not care.

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    Spieth selected by peers to run for PAC chairman

    By Will GrayJanuary 16, 2018, 6:43 pm

    Jordan Spieth may still be relatively young, but he has gained the confidence of some of the PGA Tour's most seasoned voices.

    Spieth is one of two players selected by the current player directors of the Tour's Policy Board to run for Chairman of the Player Advisory Council (PAC). Spieth will face Billy Hurley III in an election that will end Feb. 13, with the leading vote-getter replacing Davis Love III next year on the Policy Board for a three-year term through 2021.

    Last year's PAC chairman, Johnson Wagner, replaces Jason Bohn as a player director on the Policy Board beginning this year and running through 2020. Other existing player directors include Charley Hoffman (2017-19), Kevin Streelman (2017-19) and Love (2016-18).

    The 16-member PAC advises and consults with the Policy Board and Tour commissioner Jay Monahan on "issues affecting the Tour."

    In addition to Spieth and Hurley, other PAC members for 2018 include Daniel Berger, Paul Casey, Stewart Cink, Chesson Hadley, James Hahn, Zach Johnson, Matt Kuchar, Anirban Lahiri, Geoff Ogilvy, Sam Saunders, Chris Stroud, Justin Thomas, Kyle Thompson and Cameron Tringale.

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    Florida golfers encounter python-wrapped alligator

    By Grill Room TeamJanuary 16, 2018, 6:29 pm

    Alligator sightings are pretty common on Southern golf courses - see here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here.

    Also, here. (RIP, Timmy the Turtle.)

    But here's one that deserves distinction.

    Those images come from the Golf Club at Fiddler's Creek, down in Naples - in case you're booking a vacation to Southwest Florida or just looking for a Hot Deal this week. Hit 'em straight, folks.

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    McIlroy 'happy to be back', can 'empathize' with Tiger

    By Associated PressJanuary 16, 2018, 3:50 pm

    ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – After a long layoff from golf, Rory McIlroy has some newfound sympathy for Tiger Woods.

    The 28-year-old Northern Irishman is making a comeback at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship after ending his season early last year. He has not played a round since the final day of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Oct. 8.

    McIlroy, a four-time major champion who has slipped to No. 11 in the world rankings, last won the Tour Championship on the PGA Tour in September 2016. He injured a rib in his first outing of 2017 – at the South African Open – and felt its after-effects throughout the year.

    McIlroy, who has seven top-five finishes in his last eight starts in Abu Dhabi, said Tuesday he felt mentally low because of his physical issues.

    ''Honestly, I was excited to be done. I could have shut it down after the PGA Championship very easily and taken the rest of the year off, but I didn't. I played six events after that, played OK and had a chance to win one of them,'' McIlroy said. ''But I was just excited to take that time off and get myself just sort of a re-set.''

    Last week, McIlroy also revealed that he has a minor, non-threatening heart condition that needs regular check-ups.

    ''After that 3-plus months of a re-set, I'm very happy to be back. I felt like I needed it physically and mentally. I just felt like it was a little bit of a sabbatical. I've been out here for 10 years, and I want to get ready for the next 10.''

    McIlroy compared his situation to what Woods has been going through.

    ''I've only been through, maybe, not even 5 percent of what he's had to go through. And you can tell from where he was to where he is now mentally, because of physically where he is ... he's a totally different person,'' McIlroy said. ''Of course, I empathize with him, and I know he was in a dark place there for a while. It's just so great to see him out of that and back and excited to be playing golf again.''

    The Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship will be the first of back-to-back events for McIlroy, who is also playing next week in Dubai.

    ''I think the next two weeks will be a big learning curve, just to see where I'm at,'' McIlroy said. ''I'm obviously coming into the events trying to play as well as I can and trying to compete and trying to win, but I think there will definitely be things I'll have to work on going into that stretch in the States.''

    The tournament, which starts Thursday, has attracted some big names, including top-ranked Dustin Johnson, No. 6 Justin Rose, No. 9 Henrik Stenson, No. 14 Paul Casey and No. 15 Matt Kuchar. No. 18 Tommy Fleetwood is the defending champion.