Final Scores and Earnings from Westchester

By Golf Channel NewsroomJune 27, 2005, 4:00 pm

Westchester CC
Harrison, N.Y.
Purse $5,750,000
Par 71

Padraig Harrington, $1,035,000 71-65-68-70--274
Jim Furyk, $621,000 65-69-70-71--275
Brian Gay, $299,000 69-66-71-73--279
Kenny Perry, $299,000 68-68-72-71--279
Brad Faxon, $299,000 72-68-66-73--279
Dean Wilson, $207,000 72-71-66-71--280
Billy Mayfair, $173,218.75 72-68-75-66--281
Justin Leonard, $173,218.75 72-71-67-71--281
John Senden, $173,218.75 69-67-72-73--281
Vijay Singh, $173,218.75 68-71-69-73--281
Tom Pernice, Jr., $143,750 70-69-72-71--282
Jeff Brehaut, $112,700 70-70-72-71--283
Tim Clark, $112,700 74-70-68-71--283
Chris DiMarco, $112,700 71-72-69-71--283
Dudley Hart, $112,700 71-69-70-73--283
Len Mattiace, $112,700 71-65-73-74--283
Loren Roberts, $89,125 74-69-72-69--284
Brett Quigley, $89,125 73-68-68-75--284
Omar Uresti, $74,750 70-73-74-68--285
J.P. Hayes, $74,750 70-72-73-70--285
Franklin Langham, $74,750 73-71-68-73--285
Michael Allen, $48,012.50 72-71-74-69--286
Greg Owen, $48,012.50 72-73-71-70--286
Sergio Garcia, $48,012.50 72-71-73-70--286
Lucas Glover, $48,012.50 70-73-72-71--286
Michael Long, $48,012.50 72-71-71-72--286
Craig Barlow, $48,012.50 76-67-71-72--286
Paul Gow, $48,012.50 70-74-70-72--286
Kevin Sutherland, $48,012.50 70-68-74-74--286
Hidemichi Tanaka, $48,012.50 68-68-75-75--286
Pat Perez, $48,012.50 70-71-68-77--286
Fred Funk, $30,475 69-73-74-71--287
Tom Byrum, $30,475 70-71-75-71--287
Lee Janzen, $30,475 73-72-71-71--287
Woody Austin, $30,475 72-73-70-72--287
Stephen Leaney, $30,475 72-73-68-74--287
Neal Lancaster, $30,475 72-71-70-74--287
Ian Leggatt, $30,475 68-73-71-75--287
Graeme McDowell, $30,475 73-71-67-76--287
Joey Snyder III, $21,850 74-71-73-70--288
Joe Ogilvie, $21,850 69-71-75-73--288
Corey Pavin, $21,850 77-64-74-73--288
Matt Gogel, $21,850 71-74-70-73--288
Briny Baird, $21,850 74-70-70-74--288
Mathias Gronberg, $21,850 70-70-71-77--288
Bill Glasson, $15,939 70-71-78-70--289
Danny Briggs, $15,939 72-72-72-73--289
Hunter Mahan, $15,939 75-67-73-74--289
J.L. Lewis, $15,939 69-73-72-75--289
Sean O'Hair, $15,939 72-69-72-76--289
Alex Cejka, $13,531.67 72-72-76-70--290
Robert Damron, $13,531.67 76-69-73-72--290
Ryan Moore, $13,531.67 71-74-73-72--290
Heath Slocum, $13,531.67 74-71-72-73--290
Larry Mize, $13,531.66 70-73-70-77--290
Todd Fischer, $13,531.66 74-70-68-78--290
Steve Elkington, $12,822.50 74-71-74-72--291
Tjaart van der Walt, $12,822.50 73-72-74-72--291
Charlie Wi, $12,822.50 72-69-75-75--291
Brian Bateman, $12,822.50 68-77-70-76--291
Justin Rose, $12,477.50 74-68-76-74--292
Fredrik Jacobson, $12,477.50 72-71-72-77--292
Patrick Sheehan, $12,190 69-75-75-74--293
Gavin Coles, $12,190 72-73-70-78--293
John Rollins, $12,190 68-74-72-79--293
Rocco Mediate, $11,845 77-67-77-73--294
Jeff Sluman, $11,845 71-74-74-75--294
Brendan Jones, $11,845 72-71-72-79--294
Mark Calcavecchia, $11,615 76-69-77-74--296
Billy Andrade, $11,500 72-73-73-80--298
Steve Allan, $11,385 71-74-77-77--299
Tom Gillis, $11,270 71-71-77-84--303
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