Final Scores and Earnings from the US Bank

By Golf Channel NewsroomJuly 31, 2006, 4:00 pm
US Bank Championship in MilwaukeeBrown Deer Park Golf Course
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Purse $4 million
Par 70

Corey Pavin, $720,000 61-64-68-67--260
Jerry Kelly, $432,000 64-67-64-67--262
Jeff Sluman, $272,000 66-65-68-64--263
D.J. Trahan, $176,000 66-65-65-69--265
Frank Lickliter II, $176,000 66-66-64-69--265
Woody Austin, $134,000 70-68-63-65--266
Joey Sindelar, $134,000 67-65-67-67--266
Billy Andrade, $134,000 65-67-66-68--266
Dicky Pride, $104,000 68-67-69-63--267
Dean Wilson, $104,000 66-70-68-63--267
K.J. Choi, $104,000 67-67-69-64--267
Nathan Green, $104,000 67-64-67-69--267
Jason Day, $80,000 68-64-70-66--268
Shaun Micheel, $80,000 68-65-65-70--268
Kenny Perry, $68,000 70-68-66-65--269
Bob May, $68,000 66-68-67-68--269
Fred Funk, $68,000 67-68-67-67--269
Jeff Gove, $50,400 74-63-68-65--270
Kent Jones, $50,400 68-66-71-65--270
Ian Leggatt, $50,400 71-65-68-66--270
Chris Riley, $50,400 67-65-70-68--270
Tommy Armour III, $50,400 66-68-68-68--270
Chris Couch, $50,400 70-65-65-70--270
Alex Cejka, $31,657.15 67-70-68-66--271
Stewart Cink, $31,657.15 68-68-69-66--271
Jimmy Walker, $31,657.14 70-67-67-67--271
Brett Wetterich, $31,657.14 69-69-66-67--271
Cameron Beckman, $31,657.14 65-72-66-68--271
Nick O'Hern, $31,657.14 71-65-67-68--271
Jason Bohn, $31,657.14 65-64-71-71--271
Bill Glasson, $22,685.72 69-69-67-67--272
Tom Pernice, Jr., $22,685.72 72-65-69-66--272
John Huston, $22,685.72 67-67-69-69--272
Stephen Leaney, $22,685.71 69-66-68-69--272
Brett Quigley, $22,685.71 71-65-67-69--272
Omar Uresti, $22,685.71 68-70-70-64--272
Richard S. Johnson, $22,685.71 69-65-67-71--272
John Cook, $16,400 71-64-70-68--273
Kevin Sutherland, $16,400 72-65-69-67--273
Len Mattiace, $16,400 68-70-68-67--273
Duffy Waldorf, $16,400 68-68-67-70--273
David Frost, $16,400 65-66-71-71--273
John Riegger, $16,400 66-71-65-71--273
Mike Small, $16,400 68-68-72-65--273
Robert Gamez, $11,211.43 68-67-70-69--274
Bubba Watson, $11,211.43 68-67-70-69--274
Scott Verplank, $11,211.43 69-68-68-69--274
Tag Ridings, $11,211.43 67-70-69-68--274
Dudley Hart, $11,211.43 70-64-72-68--274
Steve Stricker, $11,211.43 68-70-69-67--274
Hunter Mahan, $11,211.42 69-69-71-65--274
Jay Delsing, $9,280 68-70-66-71--275
Todd Fischer, $9,280 66-70-70-69--275
David Branshaw, $9,280 69-67-68-71--275
Arjun Atwal, $9,280 64-69-73-69--275
Bob Estes, $9,280 69-68-66-72--275
Matt Gogel, $9,280 68-70-69-68--275
Brian Gay, $8,840 70-64-72-70--276
Paul Stankowski, $8,840 70-66-67-73--276
Mark Wilson, $8,840 69-66-72-69--276
Chris Smith, $8,840 63-72-72-69--276
Joe Durant, $8,520 71-67-69-70--277
Jerry Smith, $8,520 68-69-72-68--277
Briny Baird, $8,520 69-68-72-68--277
Shane Bertsch, $8,520 68-70-71-68--277
Bubba Dickerson, $8,240 66-68-73-71--278
Ron Whittaker, $8,240 70-67-72-69--278
Lee Janzen, $8,240 66-71-73-68--278
Jason Schultz, $7,880 67-69-70-73--279
David McKenzie, $7,880 70-68-68-73--279
Dan Forsman, $7,880 69-69-68-73--279
Kris Cox, $7,880 70-65-73-71--279
Mark Calcavecchia, $7,880 69-68-71-71--279
Charles Warren, $7,880 69-68-73-69--279
Skip Kendall, $7,560 65-70-71-74--280
Scott Gump, $7,560 66-70-72-72--280
Larry Mize, $7,400 68-70-69-74--281
David Roesch, $7,400 68-68-74-71--281
Garrett Willis, $7,280 66-72-75-69--282
Matt Hansen, $7,200 68-70-73-73--284
Nicholas Thompson, $7,120 67-68-72-80--287
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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.

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    Pre-tourney caution be damned: Stenson rides camel

    By Grill Room TeamJanuary 16, 2018, 3:29 pm

    If you were under the impression Henrik Stenson's days of engaging in pre-tournament hijinks at HSBC-sponsored events were over, then you don't know the Swedish Superman.

    Ahead of this week's HSBC Abu Dhabi Golf Championship, the 2016 champion golfer of the year decided to have some fun riding (and pretend-spanking) a camel:

    If you can't imagine any reason Stenson wouldn't get on a camel, we will point you to the WGC-HSBC Champions back in October, when Stenson, Dustin Johnson, Haotong Li and Hideki Matsuyama took place in this hire-wire act:

    Two weeks later, Stenson revealed a rib injury, and a report from the U.K.'s Telegraph stated "that not only was the Shanghai caper to blame, but that Stenson is annoyed about being persuaded to do it in the first place."

    Stenson brushed back at that report in this Instagram post, saying that his "comment about not being Superman was a sarcastic way of saying that I am susceptible to injury like any other athlete and sometimes these things happen when you least expect them. I was pleased to help promote the HSBC Champions and to continue my string of success at the event and I was never forced to do anything. HSBC is a great sponsor to golf worldwide and I am not happy to see them being made responsible for my withdrawal."

    I’m disappointed to have to pre-emptively withdraw from the Nedbank Golf Challenge Hosted by Gary Player, I was looking forward to this important year-end event on the European Tour. At this point I am back home in Orlando waiting to do a scan on my ribs and get the necessary rest. I am still hoping for a quick recovery and have not ruled out playing in Dubai next week at this point. My comment about not being Superman was a sarcastic way of saying that I am susceptible to injury like any other athlete and sometimes these things happen when you least expect them. I was pleased to help promote the HSBC Champions and to continue my string of success at the event and I was never forced to do anything. HSBC is a great sponsor to golf worldwide and I am not happy to see them being made responsible for my withdrawal. The plan as of now will be to participate in the DP World Championship if my body is back to 100%. H

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    And it would appear he genuinely meant those comments, at least enough to get on a camel.

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    Spieth, McIlroy to support Major Champions Invitational

    By Golf Channel DigitalJanuary 16, 2018, 2:25 pm

    Nick Faldo announced Tuesday the creation of the Major Champions Invitational.

    The event, scheduled for March 12-14, is an extension of the Faldo Series and will feature both male and female junior players at Bella Collina in Montverde, Fla.

    Jordan Spieth, Rory Mcllroy, Annika Sorenstam, Adam Scott, Henrik Stenson, Jerry Pate and John Daly have already committed to supporting the event, which is aimed at mentoring and inspiring the next generation of players.  

    “I’m incredibly excited about hosting the Major Champions Invitational, and about the players who have committed to support the event,” Faldo said. “This event will allow major champions to give something back to the game that has given them so much, and hopefully, in time, it will become one of the most elite junior golf events in the world.”

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    Rosaforte: Woods plays with Obama, gets rave reviews

    By Golf Channel DigitalJanuary 16, 2018, 2:15 pm

    Golf Channel insider Tim Rosaforte reports on Tiger Woods’ recent round at The Floridian in Palm City, Fla., alongside President Barack Obama.

    Check out the video, as Rosaforte says Woods received rave reviews from instructor Claude Harmon.