Final Scores and Earnings from Wachovia

By Golf Channel NewsroomMay 10, 2004, 4:00 pm

Quail Hollow Golf Club
Charlotte, N.C.
Purse $5,600,000
Par 72

 

Joey Sindelar              1   69-69-70-69  277 $1,008,000.00
Arron Oberholser 2 69-68-68-72 277 $604,800.00
Tiger Woods T3 69-66-75-68 278 $324,800.00
Carlos Franco T3 68-71-69-70 278 $324,800.00
Jeff Maggert T5 71-69-67-72 279 $196,700.00
Phil Mickelson T5 70-70-72-67 279 $196,700.00
Steve Flesch T5 72-72-66-69 279 $196,700.00
Notah Begay III T5 67-70-69-73 279 $196,700.00
Mathias Gronberg 9 69-71-71-69 280 $162,400.00
Vijay Singh T10 68-70-71-72 281 $128,800.00
Kevin Sutherland T10 71-68-71-71 281 $128,800.00
Geoff Ogilvy T10 69-71-66-75 281 $128,800.00
Heath Slocum T10 67-75-67-72 281 $128,800.00
Lucas Glover T10 74-70-68-69 281 $128,800.00
Tom Byrum T15 74-69-71-68 282 $86,800.00
Kirk Triplett T15 64-73-71-74 282 $86,800.00
Matt Gogel T15 69-72-70-71 282 $86,800.00
Jonathan Kaye T15 68-74-69-71 282 $86,800.00
Stuart Appleby T15 66-72-70-74 282 $86,800.00
Luke Donald T15 67-73-73-69 282 $86,800.00
Todd Hamilton T21 71-71-70-71 283 $54,160.00
Davis Love III T21 73-66-72-72 283 $54,160.00
Nick Price T21 74-69-70-70 283 $54,160.00
Mike Weir T21 67-72-75-69 283 $54,160.00
Chad Campbell T21 70-74-66-73 283 $54,160.00
J.J. Henry T21 72-70-70-71 283 $54,160.00
Pat Perez T21 73-70-70-70 283 $54,160.00
Jay Haas T28 71-73-71-69 284 $38,920.00
Spike McRoy T28 69-74-71-70 284 $38,920.00
Cameron Beckman T28 67-72-71-74 284 $38,920.00
Joe Ogilvie T28 68-71-76-69 284 $38,920.00
Gene Sauers T32 70-72-71-72 285 $33,133.34
John Senden T32 69-73-71-72 285 $33,133.33
Jason Bohn T32 71-70-72-72 285 $33,133.33
John Cook T35 74-70-67-75 286 $25,293.33
Donnie Hammond T35 72-70-73-71 286 $25,293.34
John Riegger T35 74-70-73-69 286 $25,293.34
Pat Bates T35 75-68-72-71 286 $25,293.33
Stephen Leaney T35 71-72-71-72 286 $25,293.33
Daniel Chopra T35 73-68-71-74 286 $25,293.33
Ben Curtis T35 71-71-74-70 286 $25,293.34
Rich Beem T35 70-73-68-75 286 $25,293.33
K.J. Choi T35 71-73-69-73 286 $25,293.33
Jeff Sluman T44 70-73-70-74 287 $16,930.66
Shaun Micheel T44 70-72-74-71 287 $16,930.67
Brett Quigley T44 66-72-74-75 287 $16,930.66
Dean Wilson T44 73-71-74-69 287 $16,930.67
Peter Lonard T44 73-68-72-74 287 $16,930.67
Scott Hend T44 73-71-71-72 287 $16,930.67
Chris DiMarco T50 69-70-76-73 288 $13,402.67
Tripp Isenhour T50 71-71-75-71 288 $13,402.67
Robert Allenby T50 72-68-74-74 288 $13,402.67
Rich Barcelo T50 74-68-72-74 288 $13,402.66
Rory Sabbatini T50 66-74-74-74 288 $13,402.66
Richard S. Johnson T50 72-69-76-71 288 $13,402.67
Brad Faxon T56 73-71-72-73 289 $12,544.00
David Peoples T56 70-71-75-73 289 $12,544.00
Shigeki Maruyama T56 69-75-72-73 289 $12,544.00
Kelly Mitchum T56 72-69-77-71 289 $12,544.00
Steve Allan T56 69-74-72-74 289 $12,544.00
Billy Mayfair T61 70-74-76-70 290 $12,096.00
Brent Geiberger T61 70-74-74-72 290 $12,096.00
Sergio Garcia T61 73-71-76-70 290 $12,096.00
Tom Carter T64 73-70-73-75 291 $11,816.00
Tim Clark T64 73-69-71-78 291 $11,816.00
Michael Allen T66 74-69-70-79 292 $11,536.00
Jerry Kelly T66 69-74-75-74 292 $11,536.00
Robert Damron T66 72-71-73-76 292 $11,536.00
Grant Waite 69 72-71-76-74 293 $11,312.00
Blaine McCallister T70 70-74-78-73 295 $11,144.00
Matt Kuchar T70 76-68-73-78 295 $11,144.00
Hidemichi Tanaka 72 72-71-77-80 300 $10,976.00
 
Missed Cut
 
Russ Cochran CUT 73-72 145
Jay Delsing CUT 67-78 145
J.L. Lewis CUT 72-73 145
Mark O'Meara CUT 71-74 145
Woody Austin CUT 75-70 145
J.P. Hayes CUT 71-74 145
Frank Lickliter II CUT 74-71 145
Jesper Parnevik CUT 70-75 145
Tim Herron CUT 77-68 145
Ted Purdy CUT 73-72 145
Ben Crane CUT 75-70 145
Zach Johnson CUT 70-75 145
Jason Dufner CUT 73-72 145
Billy Andrade CUT 69-77 146
Danny Briggs CUT 73-73 146
Fred Funk CUT 74-72 146
Robert Gamez CUT 74-72 146
Chris Smith CUT 73-73 146
David Toms CUT 75-71 146
Esteban Toledo CUT 71-75 146
Brandt Jobe CUT 72-74 146
Joe Durant CUT 72-74 146
Kent Jones CUT 73-73 146
Justin Leonard CUT 73-73 146
David Morland IV CUT 73-73 146
Danny Ellis CUT 73-73 146
Stewart Cink CUT 72-74 146
John Rollins CUT 77-69 146
Carl Pettersson CUT 73-73 146
Kevin Na CUT 75-71 146
Tommy Armour III CUT 77-70 147
David Frost CUT 73-74 147
Scott Hoch CUT 72-75 147
Duffy Waldorf CUT 72-75 147
Dan Olsen CUT 74-73 147
Jeff Brehaut CUT 71-76 147
John Maginnes CUT 73-74 147
Cliff Kresge CUT 72-75 147
Todd Fischer CUT 74-73 147
Harrison Frazar CUT 72-75 147
Ryan Palmer CUT 77-70 147
Vaughn Taylor CUT 74-73 147
D.J. Brigman CUT 76-71 147
Olin Browne CUT 72-76 148
Jerry Haas CUT 76-72 148
Lee Janzen CUT 73-75 148
Skip Kendall CUT 75-73 148
Len Mattiace CUT 73-75 148
Corey Pavin CUT 71-77 148
Tim Petrovic CUT 76-72 148
Bob Burns CUT 74-74 148
Brian Gay CUT 75-73 148
Ken Duke CUT 71-77 148
Charles Howell III CUT 74-74 148
Ricky Barnes CUT 73-75 148
Jonathan Byrd CUT 76-72 148
Tom Pernice, Jr. CUT 73-76 149
Glen Day CUT 76-73 149
Dan Forsman CUT 74-76 150
Paul Stankowski CUT 74-76 150
Dicky Pride CUT 76-74 150
Aaron Baddeley CUT 71-79 150
Roger Tambellini CUT 71-79 150
Hank Kuehne CUT 74-76 150
Craig Bowden CUT 76-75 151
Omar Uresti CUT 74-77 151
Patrick Moore CUT 74-77 151
Arjun Atwal CUT 74-77 151
Hunter Mahan CUT 75-76 151
Jeffrey Lankford CUT 76-76 152
Neal Lancaster CUT 79-73 152
Craig Perks CUT 77-75 152
David Gossett CUT 78-74 152
Charles Warren CUT 73-79 152
Steve Lowery CUT 80-73 153
David Branshaw CUT 76-77 153
Jose Coceres CUT 78-76 154
Scott Piercy CUT 74-80 154
Andy Crain CUT 83-72 155
Fulton Allem CUT 77-80 157
Michael Clark II CUT 77-80 157
Todd Gleaton CUT 82-81 163
Scott McCarron W/D 73 73
Fredrik Jacobson W/D 66 66

 
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  • Rory McIlroy at the 2018 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Getty Images

    McIlroy making big statement in first start of 2018

    By Randall MellJanuary 20, 2018, 3:40 pm

    Rory McIlroy marched the fairways of Abu Dhabi Golf Club Saturday with that fighter pilot stride of his, with that confident little bob in his step that you see when he is in command of his full arsenal of shots.

    So much for easing into the new year.

    So much for working off rust and treating these first few months of 2018 as a warmup for the Masters and his bid to complete the career Grand Slam.

    McIlroy, 28, is poised to announce his return to golf in spectacular fashion Sunday at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

    With back-to-back birdies to close his round, McIlroy put up a 7-under-par 65, leaving him just one shot off the lead going into the final round.

    “It’s good,” McIlroy said. “I probably scored a bit better today, short game was needed as well, but I hit the ball very well, so all in all it was another great round and confidence builder, not just for this week but obviously for the rest of the season as well.”

    McIlroy can make a strong statement with a win Sunday.

    If he claims the title in his first start of the year, he sends a message about leaving all the woes of 2017 behind him. He sends a message about his fitness after a nagging rib injury plagued him all of last year. He sends a message about his readiness to reassert himself as the game’s best player in a world suddenly teeming with towering young talent.

    After his first winless year since 2008, his first full season as a pro, McIlroy is eager to show himself, as well as everyone else, that he is ready to challenge for major championships and the world No. 1 title again.

    “It feels like awhile since I’ve won,” McIlroy said. “I’m really looking forward to tomorrow.”


    Full-field scores from the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship


    A victory would be all the more meaningful because the week started with McIlroy paired with world No. 1 Dustin Johnson and reigning European Tour Player of the Year Tommy Fleetwood.

    McIlroy acknowledged the meaning of that going into Saturday’s round.

    “That proves I’m back to full fitness and 100 percent healthy,” he said. “DJ is definitely the No. 1 player in the world right now and one of, if not the best, drivers of the golf ball, and to be up there with him over the first two days proves to me I’m doing the right things and gives me confidence.”

    It’s worth repeating what 2008 Masters champ Trevor Immelman said last month about pairings and the alpha-dog nature of the world’s best players. He was talking about Tiger Woods’ return at the Hero World Challenge, when Immelman said pairings matter, even in off season events.

    “When you are the elite level, you are always trying to send a message,” Immelman said. “They want to show this guy, `This is what I got.’”

    A victory with Johnson in the field just two weeks after Johnson won the Sentry Tournament of Champions in an eight-shot rout will get the attention of all the elite players.

    A victory also sets this up as a January for the ages, making it the kind of big-bang start the game has struggled to create in the shadow of the NFL playoffs.

    Johnson put on a tour-de-force performance winning in Hawaii and the confident young Spaniard Jon Rahm is just a shot off the lead this week at the CareerBuilder Challenge on the PGA Tour. Sergio Garcia is just two off the lead going into the final round of the Singapore Open. Tiger Woods makes his return to the PGA Tour at Torrey Pines next week.

    To be sure, McIlroy has a lot of work to do Sunday.

    Yet another rising young talent, Thomas Pieters, shares the lead with Ross Fisher. Fleetwood is just two shots back and Johnson five back.

    McIlroy has such a good history at Abu Dhabi. Over the last seven years, he has finished second four times and third twice. Still, even a strong finish that falls short of winning bodes well for McIlroy in his first start of the year.

    “I have never won my first start back out,” McIlroy said.

    A strong start, whether he wins or not, sets McIlroy up well for the ambitious schedule he plans for 2018. He’s also scheduled to play the Dubai Desert Classic next with the possibility he’ll play 30 times this year, two more events than he’s ever played in a year.

    “I’m just really getting my golf head back on,” McIlroy said. “I’ve been really pleased with that.”

    A victory Sunday will make all our heads spin a little b it with the exciting possibilities the game offers this year.

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    Garcia 2 back in weather-delayed Singapore Open

    By Associated PressJanuary 20, 2018, 3:06 pm

    SINGAPORE - Danthai Boonma and Chapchai Nirat built a two-stroke lead over a chasing pack that includes Sergio Garcia and Ryo Ishikawa midway through the third round of the weather-interrupted Singapore Open on Saturday.

    The Thai golfers were locked together at 9 under when play was suspended at the Sentosa Golf Club for the third day in a row because of lightning strikes in the area.

    Masters champion Garcia and former teen prodigy Ishikawa were among seven players leading the chase at 7 under on a heavily congested leaderboard.

    Garcia, one of 78 players who returned to the course just after dawn to complete their second rounds, was on the 10th hole of his third round when the warning siren was sounded to abruptly end play for the day.

    ''Let's see if we can finish the round, that will be nice,'' he said. ''But I think if I can play 4-under I should have a chance.''

    The Spanish golfer credits the Singapore Open as having played a part in toughening him up for his first major championship title at Augusta National because of the stifling humidity of southeast Asia and the testing stop-start nature of the tournament.


    Full-field scores from the Singapore Open


    Although he finished tied for 11th in Singapore in 2017, Garcia won the Dubai Desert Classic the subsequent week and was in peak form when he won the Masters two months later. He is feeling confident of his chances of success this weekend.

    ''I felt like I hit the ball OK,'' Garcia said. ''My putting and all went great but my speed hasn't been great on this green so let's see if I can be a little more aggressive on the rounds this weekend.''

    Ishikawa moved into a share of the lead at the halfway stage after firing a second round of 5-under 66 that featured eight birdies. He birdied the first two holes of his third round to grab the outright lead but slipped back with a double-bogey at the tricky third hole for the third day in a row. He dropped another shot at the par-5 sixth when he drove into a fairway bunker.

    ''It was a short night but I had a good sleep and just putted well,'' Ishikawa said. The ''greens are a little quicker than yesterday but I still figured (out) that speed.

    Ishikawa was thrust into the spotlight more than a decade ago. In 2007, he became the youngest player to win on any of the major tours in the world. He was a 15-year-old amateur when he won the Munsingwear Open KSB Cup.

    He turned pro at 16, first played in the Masters when he was 17 and the Presidents Cup when he was 18. He shot 58 in the final round to win The Crowns in Japan when he was 19.

    Now 26, Ishikawa has struggled with injuries and form in recent years. He lost his PGA Tour card and hasn't played in any of the majors since 2015. He has won 15 times as a professional, but has never won outside his homeland of Japan.

    Chapchai was able to sleep in and put his feet up on Saturday morning after he completed his second round on Friday.

    He bogeyed the third but reeled off three birdies in his next four holes to reach 9-under with the back nine still to play.

    Danthai was tied for 12th at the halfway stage but charged into a share of the lead with seven birdies in the first 15 holes of his penultimate round.

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    McIlroy (65) one back in Abu Dhabi through 54

    By Randall MellJanuary 20, 2018, 1:09 pm

    Rory McIlroy moved into position to send a powerful message in his first start of the new year at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

    Closing out with back-to-back birdies Saturday, McIlroy posted a 7-under-par 65, leaving him poised to announce his return to golf in spectacular fashion after a winless year in 2017.

    McIlroy heads into Sunday just a single shot behind the leaders, Thomas Pieters (67) and Ross Fisher (65), who are at 17-under overall at Abu Dhabi Golf Club.

    Making his first start after taking three-and-a-half months off to regroup from an injury-riddled year, McIlroy is looking sharp in his bid to win for the first time in 16 months. He chipped in for birdie from 50 feet at the 17th on Saturday and two-putted from 60 feet for another birdie to finish his round.


    Full-field scores from the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship


    McIlroy took 50 holes before making a bogey in Abu Dhabi. He pushed his tee shot into a greenside bunker at the 15th, where he left a delicate play in the bunker, then barely blasted his third out before holing a 15-footer for bogey.

    McIlroy notably opened the tournament playing alongside world No. 1 Dustin Johnson, who started the new year winning the PGA Tour’s Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii in an eight-shot rout just two weeks ago. McIlroy was grouped in the first two rounds with Johnson and Tommy Fleetwood, the European Tour’s Player of the Year last season. McIlroy sits ahead of both of them going into the final round, with Johnson (68) tied for 12th, five shots back, and Fleetwood (67) tied for fourth, two shots back.

    Those first two rounds left McIlroy feeling good about his off season work.

    “That proves I’m back to full fitness and 100 percent health,” he said going into Saturday. “DJ is definitely the No. 1 player in the world right now and of, if not the best, drivers of the golf ball, and to be up there with him over the first two days proves to me I’m doing the right things and gives me confidence.”

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    Monty grabs lead entering final round in season-opener

    By Associated PressJanuary 20, 2018, 4:00 am

    KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii – Colin Montgomerie shot a second straight 7-under 65 to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Mitsubishi Electric Championship, the season opener on the PGA Tour Champions.

    The 54-year-old Scot, a six-time winner on the over-50 tour, didn't miss a fairway on Friday and made five birdies on the back nine to reach 14 under at Hualalai.

    Montgomerie has made 17 birdies through 36 holes and said he will have to continue cashing in on his opportunities.

    ''We know that I've got to score something similar to what I've done – 66, 67, something like that, at least,'' Montgomerie said. ''You know the competition out here is so strong that if you do play away from the pins, you'll get run over. It's tough, but hey, it's great.''


    Full-field scores from the Mitsubishi Electric Championship


    First-round co-leaders Gene Sauers and Jerry Kelly each shot 68 and were 12 under.

    ''I hit the ball really well. You know, all the putts that dropped yesterday didn't drop today,'' Kelly said. ''I was just short and burning edges. It was good putting again. They just didn't go in.''

    David Toms was three shots back after a 66. Woody Austin, Mark Calcavecchia and Doug Garwood each shot 67 and were another shot behind.

    Bernhard Langer, defending the first of his seven 2017 titles, was six shots back after a 67.

    The limited-field tournament on Hawaii's Big Island includes last season's winners, past champions of the event, major champions and Hall of Famers.

    ''We've enjoyed ourselves thoroughly here,'' Montgomerie said. ''It's just a dramatic spot, isn't it? If you don't like this, well, I'm sorry, take a good look in the mirror, you know?''