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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    Closing eagle moves Rory within 3 in Abu Dhabi

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    What rust? Rory McIlroy appears to be in midseason form.

    Playing competitively for the first time since Oct. 8, McIlroy completed 36 holes without a bogey Friday, closing with an eagle to shoot 6-under 66 to sit just three shots back at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

    “I’m right in the mix after two days and I’m really happy in that position,” he told reporters afterward.

    McIlroy took a 3 ½-month break to heal his body, clear his mind and work on his game after his first winless year since 2008, his first full season as a pro.

    He's back on track at a familiar playground, Abu Dhabi Golf Club, where he’s racked up eight top-11s (including six top-3s) in his past nine starts there.


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    McIlroy opened with a 69 Thursday, then gave himself even more chances on Day 2, cruising along at 4 under for the day when he reached the par-5 closing hole. After launching a 249-yard long iron to 25 feet, he poured in the eagle putt to pull within three shots of Thomas Pieters (65). 

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    Duke to fill in for injured Pavin at CareerBuilder

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    Pavin was 4 over par when he withdrew after 17 holes Thursday because of a neck injury. Tournament officials phoned Duke, the first alternate, and asked if he would take Pavin’s spot and partner with Luis Lopez for the next two rounds, even though he would not receive any official money.

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    Kelly, Sauers co-lead in Hawaii; Monty, Couples in mix

    By Associated PressJanuary 19, 2018, 3:52 am

    KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii - Fresh off a solid performance on Oahu, Jerry Kelly shot an 8-under 64 on the Big Island on Thursday to share the first-round lead at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship, the season opener on the PGA Tour Champions.

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    Rahm (62) fires career low round

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    The scores were predictably low during the opening round of the CareerBuilder Challenge, where the top-ranked player in the field currently sits atop the standings. Here's how things look after the first day in Palm Springs as Jon Rahm is out to an early advantage:

    Leaderboard: Jon Rahm (-10), Austin Cook (-9), Andrew Landry (-9), Jason Kokrak (-9), Brandon Harkins (-8), Martin Piller (-8), Aaron Wise (-8), Beau Hossler (-8)

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