Final Scores and Earnings from the Sony Open in Hawaii

By Golf Channel NewsroomJanuary 19, 2004, 5:00 pm
04 Sony OpenPurse: $4,800,000
Waialae Country Club
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

 

Ernie Els 1 67-64-66-65 262 $864,000.00
Harrison Frazar 2 67-63-66-66 262 $518,400.00
Davis Love III 3 70-65-63-67 265 $326,400.00
Frank Lickliter II 4 71-62-65-68 266 $230,400.00
Jerry Kelly T5 68-65-69-65 267 $182,400.00
Briny Baird T5 68-66-66-67 267 $182,400.00
John Riegger 7 68-66-67-67 268 $160,800.00
Stephen Ames T8 66-70-65-68 269 $144,000.00
Craig Barlow T8 66-69-66-68 269 $144,000.00
Paul Azinger T10 67-66-66-71 270 $110,400.00
John Huston T10 67-67-69-67 270 $110,400.00
Vijay Singh T10 69-68-67-66 270 $110,400.00
Omar Uresti T10 72-66-67-65 270 $110,400.00
Retief Goosen T10 67-69-65-69 270 $110,400.00
Craig Bowden T15 70-64-69-68 271 $76,800.00
Jesper Parnevik T15 65-68-70-68 271 $76,800.00
Brenden Pappas T15 67-69-69-66 271 $76,800.00
Aaron Baddeley T15 66-72-67-66 271 $76,800.00
Bo Van Pelt T15 71-65-67-68 271 $76,800.00
Corey Pavin T20 68-67-66-71 272 $50,057.14
Michael Allen T20 68-69-65-70 272 $50,057.14
Shaun Micheel T20 72-64-68-68 272 $50,057.14
Joe Durant T20 70-66-69-67 272 $50,057.15
Carlos Franco T20 63-72-68-69 272 $50,057.14
Chris Riley T20 69-69-67-67 272 $50,057.15
Luke Donald T20 66-66-71-69 272 $50,057.14
Robert Gamez T27 67-66-72-68 273 $34,800.00
Cameron Beckman T27 70-69-66-68 273 $34,800.00
Steve Allan T27 67-62-70-74 273 $34,800.00
Charles Howell III T27 68-68-69-68 273 $34,800.00
Tim Herron T31 67-69-69-69 274 $28,464.00
Mark Hensby T31 68-69-68-69 274 $28,464.00
Ben Crane T31 68-70-68-68 274 $28,464.00
Pat Perez T31 70-69-65-70 274 $28,464.00
Jonathan Byrd T31 67-69-66-72 274 $28,464.00
Bart Bryant T36 68-70-70-67 275 $22,608.00
Fred Funk T36 69-64-74-68 275 $22,608.00
Duffy Waldorf T36 70-67-68-70 275 $22,608.00
Brian Gay T36 69-67-73-66 275 $22,608.00
D.J. Brigman T36 69-65-72-69 275 $22,608.00
Tommy Armour III T41 72-67-70-67 276 $16,800.00
Pat Bates T41 68-65-72-71 276 $16,800.00
John Maginnes T41 68-68-69-71 276 $16,800.00
Brent Geiberger T41 70-67-68-71 276 $16,800.00
Shigeki Maruyama T41 71-67-69-69 276 $16,800.00
Kevin Na T41 68-67-70-71 276 $16,800.00
Jason Dufner T41 69-70-65-72 276 $16,800.00
Olin Browne T48 70-68-73-66 277 $12,064.00
Russ Cochran T48 69-69-71-68 277 $12,064.00
Peter Jacobsen T48 69-70-69-69 277 $12,064.00
Tjaart Van der Walt T48 69-68-69-71 277 $12,064.00
Hideto Tanihara T48 67-66-72-72 277 $12,064.00
Ted Purdy T48 66-71-71-69 277 $12,064.00
Danny Briggs T54 71-67-69-71 278 $10,944.00
Jonathan Kaye T54 67-68-68-75 278 $10,944.00
Rod Pampling T54 72-67-72-67 278 $10,944.00
Andre Stolz T54 68-70-70-70 278 $10,944.00
Kenichi Kuboya T54 73-66-70-69 278 $10,944.00
David Ishii T59 66-71-74-68 279 $10,464.00
Tom Lehman T59 72-67-71-69 279 $10,464.00
Scott Simpson T59 70-66-73-70 279 $10,464.00
Bob Burns T59 71-67-70-71 279 $10,464.00
Ken Duke T59 70-69-68-72 279 $10,464.00
Brad Lardon T64 69-69-69-73 280 $9,648.00
Woody Austin T64 69-70-71-70 280 $9,648.00
Todd Fischer T64 69-70-70-71 280 $9,648.00
Hidemichi Tanaka T64 67-70-71-72 280 $9,648.00
John Senden T64 71-67-69-73 280 $9,648.00
Arjun Atwal T64 71-68-68-73 280 $9,648.00
Bobby Kalinowski T64 70-68-71-71 280 $9,648.00
Joe Ogilvie T64 71-68-73-68 280 $9,648.00
Ryan Palmer T64 70-66-70-74 280 $9,648.00
Jason Bohn T64 69-66-72-73 280 $9,648.00
Lucas Glover T64 71-68-74-67 280 $9,648.00
Richard S. Johnson T64 68-67-71-74 280 $9,648.00
Jeff Brehaut 76 69-69-71-72 281 $9,024.00
Heath Slocum 77 67-71-72-73 283 $8,928.00
Loren Roberts 78 71-68-75-70 284 $8,832.00
Tom Carter 79 70-69-75-72 286 $8,736.00
 
Did Not Finish
Jeff Maggert CUT 70-70 140
Kenny Perry CUT 69-71 140
Gene Sauers CUT 73-67 140
Grant Waite CUT 72-68 140
Brett Quigley CUT 70-70 140
Jim Furyk CUT 67-73 140
Craig Perks CUT 72-68 140
Chad Campbell CUT 69-71 140
Dean Wilson CUT 73-67 140
David Morland IV CUT 70-70 140
Darren Clarke CUT 71-69 140
Stuart Appleby CUT 71-69 140
Boyd Summerhays CUT 68-72 140
Daniel Chopra CUT 67-73 140
Ben Curtis CUT 71-69 140
Rich Barcelo CUT 71-69 140
Michelle Wie CUT 72-68 140
John Cook CUT 70-71 141
Scott Hoch CUT 73-68 141
Tom Pernice, Jr. CUT 67-74 141
Esteban Toledo CUT 72-69 141
Kris Cox CUT 70-71 141
Tripp Isenhour CUT 69-72 141
David Branshaw CUT 70-71 141
Brian Kortan CUT 73-68 141
Ron Castillo, Jr. CUT 69-72 141
Roger Tambellini CUT 71-70 141
Zach Johnson CUT 70-71 141
David Peoples CUT 70-72 142
Steve Flesch CUT 74-68 142
Spike McRoy CUT 74-68 142
Greg Meyer CUT 74-68 142
Chris Couch CUT 71-71 142
Vaughn Taylor CUT 71-71 142
Tim Petrovic CUT 75-68 143
Chris Smith CUT 71-72 143
Craig Stadler CUT 71-72 143
Dan Olsen CUT 71-72 143
Notah Begay III CUT 71-72 143
Adam Scott CUT 73-70 143
Hunter Mahan CUT 70-73 143
Roland Thatcher CUT 74-69 143
Skip Kendall CUT 74-70 144
Blaine McCallister CUT 71-73 144
Jeff Sluman CUT 72-72 144
Wes Short, Jr. CUT 71-73 144
Brian Bateman CUT 73-71 144
Patrick Sheehan CUT 71-73 144
Matt Kuchar CUT 73-71 144
Todd Hamilton CUT 74-71 145
John Morse CUT 76-69 145
J.P. Hayes CUT 74-71 145
Hirofumi Miyase CUT 73-72 145
Kevin Hayashi CUT 75-70 145
Tetsuji Hiratsuka CUT 75-70 145
Yusaku Miyazato CUT 72-73 145
Scott Hend CUT 76-70 146
Kevin Muncrief CUT 73-73 146
Carl Pettersson CUT 74-72 146
Guy Boros CUT 75-73 148
Jonathan Ota CUT 74-74 148
Myung Jun Park CUT 76-72 148
Tom Byrum CUT 77-73 150
Dave Eichelberger CUT 79-78 157
Rory Sabbatini W/D 78 78

Battling mono, Kaufman tied for lead at CME

By Randall MellNovember 19, 2017, 2:05 am

NAPLES, Fla. – Kim Kaufman’s bout with mononucleosis might leave fellow tour pros wanting to catch the fever, too.

A couple months after Anna Nordqvist battled her way into contention at the Women’s British Open playing with mono, and then thrived at the Solheim Cup with it, Kaufman is following suit.

In her first start since being diagnosed, Kaufman posted an 8-under-par 64 Saturday to move into a four-way tie for the lead at the CME Group Tour Championship. It was the low round of the day. She’s bidding to win her first LPGA title.

“I’ve been resting at home for two weeks,” Kaufman said. “Didn’t do anything.”

Well, she did slip on a flight of stairs while recuperating, hurting her left wrist. She had it wrapped Saturday but said that’s mostly precautionary. It didn’t bother her during the round.


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“I’m the only person who can take two weeks off and get injured,” Kaufman joked.

Kaufman, 26, left the Asian swing after playing the Sime Darby Malaysia, returning to her home in South Dakota, to see her doctor there. She is from Clark. She was told bed rest was the best thing for her, but she felt good enough to make the trip to Florida for the season-ending event.

“We had some really cold days,” Kaufman said. “We had some snow. I was done with it. I was coming down here.”

How does she feel?

“I feel great,” she said. “I’m a little bit shaky, which isn’t great out there, but it’s great to be here doing something. I was going a little bit stir crazy [at home], just kind of fighting through it.”

Kaufman made eight birdies in her bogey-free round.

New-look Wie eyes CME Group Tour Championship title

By Randall MellNovember 19, 2017, 1:32 am

NAPLES, Fla. – Michelle Wie is sporting a new look that even has fellow players doing double takes.

Bored during her six-week recovery from an emergency appendectomy late this summer, Wie decided to cut and die her hair.

She went for golden locks, and a shorter style.

“I kind of went crazy after being in bed that long,” Wie said. “I just told my mom to grab the kitchen scissors and just cut all my hair off.”

Wie will get to sport her new look on a big stage Sunday after playing herself into a four-way tie for the lead at the CME Group Tour Championship. With a 6-under-par 66, she is in contention to win her fifth LPGA title, her first since winning the U.S. Women’s Open three years ago.


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Wie, 28, fought her way back this year after two of the most disappointing years of her career. Her rebound, however, was derailed in late August, when she withdrew from the final round of the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open to undergo an emergency appendectomy. She was out for six weeks.

Before the surgery, Wie enjoyed getting back into contention regularly, with six finishes of T-4 or better this season. She returned to the tour on the Asian swing in October.

Fellow tour pros were surprised when she came back with the new look.

“Definitely, walk by people and they didn’t recognize me,” Wie said.

Wie is looking to continue to build on her resurgence.

“I gained a lot of confidence this year,” she said. “I had a really tough year last year, the last couple years. Just really feeling like my old self. Really feeling comfortable out there and having fun, and that's when I play my best.”

You Oughta Know: LPGA's Sunday scenarios

By Randall MellNovember 19, 2017, 1:17 am

NAPLES, Fla. – The CME Group Tour Championship is loaded with pressure-packed subplots Sunday at Tiburon Golf Club.

Here’s what You Oughta Know about the prizes at stake:

Race to the CME Globe

Lexi Thompson and Sung Hyun Park are 1-2 in CME Globe points. They are best positioned Sunday to take home the $1 million jackpot in the season-long competition.

Thompson and Park are tied for fifth in the tournament, one shot off the lead. If either of them wins, she will take home the jackpot.

The way it’s unfolding Thompson is a good bet to take home the jackpot by merely finishing ahead of Park, unless they both stumble badly on Sunday.

Ariya Jutanugarn is tied for the lead. She must win to take home the jackpot, but she would also need Thompson to finish ninth or worse and Park to finish eighth or worse and nobody else among the top 12 in points to make a bold Sunday charge.

Stacy Lewis is one shot off the lead with a longshot chance at the jackpot. She must win the tournament while Thompson finishes 26th or worse, Park finishes 12th or worse and nobody else among the top 12 in points makes a bold Sunday charge.

So Yeon Ryu, Shanshan Feng and Brooke Henderson are among others who still have a shot at the $1 million prize, but they have fallen back in the pack and need bold Sunday charges to take home the jackpot.

Rolex Player of the Year

The Rolex Player of the Year Award remains a four-player race.

Ryu (162), Feng (159), Park (157) and Thompson (147) all have a chance to win the award.

Park and Thompson are best positioned to make Sunday moves to overtake Ryu.

Park needs to finish sixth or better to win the award outright; Thompson needs to win the tournament to win the award.

It’s simple math.

The top 10 in the tournament will be awarded points.

1st - 30 points

2nd – 12 points

3rd – 9 points

4th – 7 points

5th – 6 points

6th – 5 points

7rd – 4 points

8th – 3 points

9th – 2 points

10th – 1 point

Vare Trophy

Thompson took a 69.147 scoring average to Naples. Park needs to finish nine shots ahead of Thompson to have a shot at the trophy.

Money-winning title

Park leads the tour in money winnings with $2,262,472. Ryu is the only player who can pass her Sunday, and Ryu must win the tournament to do so. Ryu is tied for 32nd, five shots off the lead. If Ryu wins the tournament, she also needs Park to finish worse than solo second.

Rolex world No. 1 ranking

World No. 1 Feng, No. 2 Park and No. 3 Ryu are separated by just three hundredths of a point.

Because they are so close, the scenarios for overtaking Feng are head spinning.

At No. 4, Thompson is a full average ranking point behind Feng, but she could become the sixth different player this season to move to No. 1. Thompson, however, has to win Sunday to have a chance to do so, and then it will depend on what Feng, Park and Ryu do. Again, the scenarios are complex.

Cook leads RSM Classic by three at Sea Island

By Associated PressNovember 19, 2017, 12:28 am

ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. - PGA Tour rookie Austin Cook shot a 4-under 66 on Saturday to increase his lead to three strokes in the RSM Classic.

Cook, a shot ahead after a second-round 62, had five birdies and a bogey - his first of the week - to reach 18-under 194 with a round left at Sea Island Golf Club's Seaside Course.

''Putting is key right now,'' Cook said. ''Been able to make a lot of clutch putts for the pars to save no bogeys. Hitting the ball pretty much where we're looking and giving ourselves good opportunities on every hole.''

Former University of Georgia player Chris Kirk was second after a 64.

''I'm really comfortable here,'' Kirk said. ''I love Sea Island. I lived here for 6 1/2 years, so I played the golf course a lot, SEC Championships and come down here for the RSM Classic. My family and I, we come down here a few other times a year as well.''

Brian Gay was another stroke back at 14 under after a 69.

''I love the course,'' Gay said. ''We keep getting different wind directions so it's keeping us on our toes. Supposed to be another completely different wind direction tomorrow, so we're getting a new course every day.''


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J.J. Spaun had a 62 to get to 13 under.

''I just kind of played stress-free golf out there and kept the golf ball in front of me,'' Spaun said. ''I had a lot of looks and scrambled pretty well, even though it was only a handful of times, but pretty overall pleased with how I played today.''

Cook has made the weekend cuts in all four of his starts this season. The 26-year-old former Arkansas player earned his PGA Tour card through the Web.com Tour.

''I think with an extra year on the Web this past year, I really grew mentally and with my game, just kind of more confidence,'' Cook said. ''I was able to put myself in contention on the Web.com more this year than I have in the past. I think I've just, you know, learned from experiences on the Web to help me grow out here.''

He planned to keep it simple Saturday night.

''I've got my parents here and my in-laws are both here as well as my wife,'' Cook said. ''Go home and just have a good home-cooked meal and just kind of enjoy the time and embrace the moment.''

Kirk won the last of his four PGA Tour titles in 2015 at Colonial.

''It's nice to be back in contention again,'' Kirk said. ''It's been a little while for me. But I felt great out there today, I felt really comfortable, and so hopefully it will be the same way tomorrow and I'll keep my foot on the pedal and stay aggressive, try to make some birdies.''