Final Scores and Earnings from the US Bank

By Golf Channel NewsroomJuly 26, 2004, 4:00 pm
US Bank Championship in Milwaukee
Brown Deer Park Golf Course
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Purse $3,500,000

 
Carlos Franco            1   68-63-69-67   267   $630,000.00
Fred Funk T2 68-68-67-66 269 $308,000.00
Brett Quigley T2 65-71-64-69 269 $308,000.00
Billy Andrade T4 72-64-67-67 270 $144,666.67
Olin Browne T4 65-70-68-67 270 $144,666.67
Patrick Sheehan T4 65-68-67-70 270 $144,666.66
Danny Briggs T7 65-70-68-68 271 $109,083.33
Kenny Perry T7 69-67-65-70 271 $109,083.33
Bo Van Pelt T7 65-68-71-67 271 $109,083.34
Scott Hoch 10 68-65-70-69 272 $94,500.00
Scott Verplank T11 66-69-67-71 273 $84,000.00
Jason Dufner T11 67-67-68-71 273 $84,000.00
Tom Byrum T13 69-70-65-70 274 $63,700.00
Corey Pavin T13 70-68-66-70 274 $63,700.00
Jerry Kelly T13 66-72-67-69 274 $63,700.00
Scott McCarron T13 70-68-69-67 274 $63,700.00
Frank Lickliter II T13 70-69-68-67 274 $63,700.00
Bart Bryant T18 70-68-71-66 275 $47,250.00
Kirk Triplett T18 68-67-70-70 275 $47,250.00
Craig Bowden T18 66-70-69-70 275 $47,250.00
Todd Fischer T18 65-70-72-68 275 $47,250.00
Jeff Sluman T22 66-72-71-67 276 $33,600.00
Jay Williamson T22 67-68-68-73 276 $33,600.00
Dean Wilson T22 67-71-68-70 276 $33,600.00
Aaron Barber T22 73-68-69-66 276 $33,600.00
Lucas Glover T22 69-72-64-71 276 $33,600.00
Brad Faxon T27 71-68-67-71 277 $25,375.00
Dan Forsman T27 66-68-71-72 277 $25,375.00
Brian Gay T27 70-66-67-74 277 $25,375.00
Richard S. Johnson T27 70-70-66-71 277 $25,375.00
Cameron Beckman T31 66-72-68-72 278 $20,755.00
Hideto Tanihara T31 69-70-69-70 278 $20,755.00
Roger Tambellini T31 73-65-70-70 278 $20,755.00
Ryan Palmer T31 67-73-68-70 278 $20,755.00
J.J. Henry T31 69-71-70-68 278 $20,755.00
Robert Gamez T36 65-71-73-70 279 $14,365.91
Steve Stricker T36 75-66-68-70 279 $14,365.91
Tommy Tolles T36 70-70-68-71 279 $14,365.91
Wes Short, Jr. T36 66-71-74-68 279 $14,365.91
Kent Jones T36 69-71-70-69 279 $14,365.91
Brent Geiberger T36 68-72-69-70 279 $14,365.91
Brenden Pappas T36 69-71-70-69 279 $14,365.91
Daniel Chopra T36 68-69-68-74 279 $14,365.90
Mark Wilson T36 71-70-66-72 279 $14,365.91
Matt Kuchar T36 68-70-70-71 279 $14,365.91
Rich Barcelo T36 68-70-74-67 279 $14,365.91
John Cook T47 72-66-70-72 280 $8,708.00
Jay Delsing T47 70-70-66-74 280 $8,708.00
Steve Elkington T47 68-72-70-70 280 $8,708.00
Bob Estes T47 72-69-70-69 280 $8,708.00
Len Mattiace T47 69-72-72-67 280 $8,708.00
Joey Sindelar T47 69-70-69-72 280 $8,708.00
Mike Grob T47 70-71-70-69 280 $8,708.00
Spike McRoy T47 71-69-70-70 280 $8,708.00
Tripp Isenhour T47 68-71-71-70 280 $8,708.00
Greg Chalmers T47 67-69-73-71 280 $8,708.00
Paul Azinger T57 66-72-70-73 281 $7,770.00
Steve Allan T57 69-70-71-71 281 $7,770.00
Harrison Frazar T57 70-70-70-71 281 $7,770.00
Rich Beem T57 66-66-76-73 281 $7,770.00
Kevin Muncrief T57 66-73-73-69 281 $7,770.00
Jim Carter T62 69-68-72-73 282 $7,385.00
Jim Gallagher, Jr. T62 71-65-73-73 282 $7,385.00
Loren Roberts T62 71-70-71-70 282 $7,385.00
Scott Simpson T62 71-70-67-74 282 $7,385.00
Ted Purdy T62 74-65-68-75 282 $7,385.00
Jonathan Byrd T62 68-72-72-70 282 $7,385.00
Tom Carter 68 70-70-71-72 283 $7,140.00
J.L. Lewis T69 69-72-73-70 284 $7,000.00
Steve Lowery T69 70-71-76-67 284 $7,000.00
Camilo Villegas T69 72-68-75-69 284 $7,000.00
Mark Calcavecchia T72 69-70-71-75 285 $6,790.00
Skip Kendall T72 71-68-72-74 285 $6,790.00
Joe Durant T72 71-70-73-71 285 $6,790.00
Ken Green T75 70-66-72-78 286 $6,510.00
Dan Olsen T75 69-70-73-74 286 $6,510.00
Kris Cox T75 68-73-71-74 286 $6,510.00
Jason Bohn T75 70-70-74-72 286 $6,510.00
Nick Gilliam T75 70-69-75-72 286 $6,510.00
Steve Pate T80 69-72-74-72 287 $6,265.00
David Roesch T80 74-67-69-77 287 $6,265.00
Cliff Kresge T82 72-67-75-76 290 $6,125.00
Kevin Na T82 71-70-78-71 290 $6,125.00
Brad Lardon 84 70-71-73-77 291 $6,020.00
David Edwards 85 70-70-72-82 294 $5,950.00
 
Missed Cut
Alex Cejka W/D 69-72-73 214
Joel Edwards CUT 71-71 142
Robin Freeman CUT 69-73 142
David Peoples CUT 74-68 142
Tim Thelen CUT 72-70 142
Grant Waite CUT 74-68 142
Pat Bates CUT 73-69 142
Mike Heinen CUT 73-69 142
Robert Damron CUT 72-70 142
Hidemichi Tanaka CUT 70-72 142
Heath Slocum CUT 69-73 142
K.J. Choi CUT 71-71 142
John E. Morgan CUT 67-75 142
Gene Sauers CUT 72-71 143
Omar Uresti CUT 73-70 143
Notah Begay III CUT 70-73 143
Garrett Willis CUT 70-73 143
Dennis Paulson CUT 74-70 144
Chris Smith CUT 71-73 144
Esteban Toledo CUT 69-75 144
Neal Lancaster CUT 69-75 144
Brian Bateman CUT 73-71 144
Woody Austin CUT 68-76 144
Jeff Brehaut CUT 72-72 144
Glen Day CUT 70-74 144
Deane Pappas CUT 72-72 144
David Morland IV CUT 71-73 144
Ken Duke CUT 71-73 144
Patrick Moore CUT 73-71 144
Brian Kortan CUT 65-79 144
Roland Thatcher CUT 68-76 144
Nathan Fritz CUT 70-74 144
Blaine McCallister CUT 69-76 145
Jerry Smith CUT 75-70 145
Sean Murphy CUT 68-77 145
Michael Allen CUT 73-72 145
J.P. Hayes CUT 71-74 145
Danny Ellis CUT 70-75 145
Craig Barlow CUT 71-74 145
Arjun Atwal CUT 72-73 145
David Branshaw CUT 69-76 145
Tag Ridings CUT 71-74 145
D.J. Brigman CUT 72-73 145
Hunter Mahan CUT 75-70 145
Joe Affrunti CUT 73-72 145
Jay Don Blake CUT 71-75 146
Trevor Dodds CUT 71-75 146
Donnie Hammond CUT 71-75 146
Billy Mayfair CUT 74-72 146
Larry Mize CUT 72-74 146
Michael Clark II CUT 75-71 146
Carl Paulson CUT 72-74 146
David Frost CUT 75-72 147
Mike Springer CUT 70-77 147
Ted Tryba CUT 72-75 147
David Sutherland CUT 72-75 147
Hirofumi Miyase CUT 72-75 147
Joel Kribel CUT 73-74 147
Vaughn Taylor CUT 67-81 148
Jim Schuman CUT 76-73 149
Mario Tiziani CUT 72-77 149
Mike Standly CUT 75-75 150
Charlie Brown CUT 76-74 150
Casey Wittenberg CUT 71-79 150
Chris Couch CUT 77-74 151
Jon Turcott CUT 77-76 153
Dicky Pride CUT 74-80 154
Andy Barrett CUT 83-79 162
David Gossett CUT 80-83 163
Guy Boros D 73-76 149
Bill Glasson W/D 76 76

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