Final Scores and Earnings from the Western

By Golf Channel NewsroomJuly 5, 2004, 4:00 pm
Cialis Western OpenCog Hill Golf and Country Club
Lemont, Illinois
Purse $4,800,000
Par 71

 
Stephen Ames            1   67-73-64-70  274  $864,000.00
Steve Lowery 2 68-68-70-70 276 $518,400.00
Mark Hensby T3 67-70-67-73 277 $278,400.00
Luke Donald T3 72-68-70-67 277 $278,400.00
Stuart Appleby T5 71-68-67-72 278 $182,400.00
Geoff Ogilvy T5 68-69-68-73 278 $182,400.00
Davis Love III T7 70-74-67-68 279 $144,600.00
Tiger Woods T7 70-73-65-71 279 $144,600.00
Jim Furyk T7 69-71-68-71 279 $144,600.00
Carl Pettersson T7 71-70-69-69 279 $144,600.00
Scott Hoch T11 69-69-73-69 280 $98,400.00
Loren Roberts T11 64-75-73-68 280 $98,400.00
Scott Verplank T11 72-71-67-70 280 $98,400.00
Robert Allenby T11 65-73-71-71 280 $98,400.00
Shigeki Maruyama T11 70-72-67-71 280 $98,400.00
Pat Perez T11 69-73-71-67 280 $98,400.00
Robert Gamez T17 67-71-72-71 281 $64,960.00
Vijay Singh T17 72-71-68-70 281 $64,960.00
Matt Gogel T17 72-64-74-71 281 $64,960.00
Carlos Franco T17 74-69-70-68 281 $64,960.00
Charles Howell III T17 69-67-74-71 281 $64,960.00
John Rollins T17 71-69-69-72 281 $64,960.00
J.J. Henry 23 69-73-68-72 282 $49,920.00
Billy Mayfair T24 69-74-69-71 283 $42,240.00
Peter Lonard T24 72-70-70-71 283 $42,240.00
D.J. Brigman T24 68-70-75-70 283 $42,240.00
Bart Bryant T27 71-71-71-71 284 $33,360.00
Michael Allen T27 68-72-72-72 284 $33,360.00
Bob Burns T27 74-68-72-70 284 $33,360.00
Mike Small T27 69-70-69-76 284 $33,360.00
David Branshaw T27 68-74-72-70 284 $33,360.00
Jonathan Byrd T27 67-72-71-74 284 $33,360.00
Steve Stricker T33 69-75-71-70 285 $24,822.86
Jerry Kelly T33 72-72-72-69 285 $24,822.85
Tom Carter T33 71-72-71-71 285 $24,822.86
Jose Coceres T33 72-69-74-70 285 $24,822.86
Jason Bohn T33 71-73-71-70 285 $24,822.85
Kevin Na T33 70-69-75-71 285 $24,822.86
Richard S. Johnson T33 70-71-73-71 285 $24,822.86
David Frost T40 75-68-71-72 286 $17,760.00
Steve Pate T40 73-70-67-76 286 $17,760.00
Brett Quigley T40 73-71-71-71 286 $17,760.00
Briny Baird T40 70-73-70-73 286 $17,760.00
Mark Wilson T40 72-71-71-72 286 $17,760.00
Rich Beem T40 69-73-71-73 286 $17,760.00
K.J. Choi T40 68-71-74-73 286 $17,760.00
Skip Kendall T47 68-75-71-73 287 $12,912.00
Jeff Sluman T47 72-70-71-74 287 $12,912.00
Scott McCarron T47 71-72-74-70 287 $12,912.00
Stephen Leaney T47 76-66-70-75 287 $12,912.00
Steve Elkington T51 72-72-72-72 288 $11,232.00
Scott Simpson T51 68-71-73-76 288 $11,232.00
Chris Smith T51 68-72-70-78 288 $11,232.00
Jay Williamson T51 69-73-74-72 288 $11,232.00
Chad Campbell T51 67-76-73-72 288 $11,232.00
Patrick Sheehan T51 73-70-69-76 288 $11,232.00
Jason Dufner T51 71-72-75-70 288 $11,232.00
Brad Lardon T58 76-68-71-74 289 $10,560.00
Pat Bates T58 72-70-77-70 289 $10,560.00
Todd Fischer T58 70-74-72-73 289 $10,560.00
Steve Allan T58 72-69-72-76 289 $10,560.00
Aaron Baddeley T58 75-69-73-72 289 $10,560.00
Dan Forsman T63 68-72-72-78 290 $9,936.00
Len Mattiace T63 74-70-72-74 290 $9,936.00
Gene Sauers T63 73-68-75-74 290 $9,936.00
Joey Sindelar T63 72-70-77-71 290 $9,936.00
Brian Bateman T63 74-67-74-75 290 $9,936.00
Robert Damron T63 70-74-73-73 290 $9,936.00
Vaughn Taylor T63 71-69-72-78 290 $9,936.00
Hank Kuehne T63 70-73-76-71 290 $9,936.00
Tommy Armour III T71 72-72-73-74 291 $9,264.00
Kevin Sutherland T71 68-73-71-79 291 $9,264.00
Craig Bowden T71 69-72-73-77 291 $9,264.00
Glen Day T71 74-69-73-75 291 $9,264.00
Brent Geiberger T71 72-70-74-75 291 $9,264.00
Lucas Glover T71 75-68-79-69 291 $9,264.00
Heath Slocum 77 71-68-75-78 292 $8,928.00
J.P. Hayes 78 74-68-74-77 293 $8,832.00
Joel Edwards T79 74-70-76-74 294 $8,688.00
J.L. Lewis T79 67-74-78-75 294 $8,688.00
Trevor Dodds T81 73-71-75-76 295 $8,496.00
Ryan Palmer T81 74-69-76-76 295 $8,496.00
 
Missed Cut
Jay Delsing CUT 73-72 145
Blaine McCallister CUT 73-72 145
Dudley Hart CUT 70-75 145
Craig Barlow CUT 75-70 145
Notah Begay III CUT 71-74 145
Ted Purdy CUT 70-75 145
Ben Curtis CUT 67-78 145
Zach Johnson CUT 74-71 145
Hunter Mahan CUT 76-69 145
Bob Estes CUT 70-76 146
Todd Hamilton CUT 72-74 146
Guy Boros CUT 70-76 146
Steve Flesch CUT 72-74 146
Kris Cox CUT 74-72 146
Dean Wilson CUT 68-78 146
Cliff Kresge CUT 73-73 146
Mathias Gronberg CUT 73-73 146
Greg Chalmers CUT 76-70 146
Brenden Pappas CUT 71-75 146
Joe Ogilvie CUT 72-74 146
Roland Thatcher CUT 69-77 146
Brandt Snedeker CUT 70-76 146
Joe Affrunti CUT 70-76 146
Danny Briggs CUT 73-74 147
Olin Browne CUT 73-74 147
Tom Byrum CUT 72-75 147
Grant Waite CUT 73-74 147
Shaun Micheel CUT 73-74 147
Woody Austin CUT 68-79 147
Deane Pappas CUT 69-78 147
Brian Gay CUT 75-72 147
Rod Pampling CUT 74-73 147
John Senden CUT 73-74 147
Tjaart van der Walt CUT 76-71 147
Camilo Villegas CUT 74-73 147
Ken Green CUT 73-75 148
Neal Lancaster CUT 74-74 148
Tommy Tolles CUT 75-73 148
Joe Durant CUT 71-77 148
Ken Duke CUT 70-78 148
Daniel Chopra CUT 78-70 148
Jeff Brehaut CUT 74-75 149
Craig Perks CUT 76-73 149
Hirofumi Miyase CUT 74-75 149
David Morland IV CUT 73-76 149
Andre Stolz CUT 76-73 149
Arjun Atwal CUT 76-73 149
Brian Kortan CUT 76-73 149
Rich Barcelo CUT 72-77 149
Russ Cochran CUT 73-77 150
Rocco Mediate CUT 73-77 150
Greg Norman CUT 72-78 150
Dan Olsen CUT 77-73 150
Frank Lickliter II CUT 71-79 150
Danny Ellis CUT 76-74 150
Omar Uresti CUT 72-79 151
Joel Kribel CUT 73-78 151
Chris Botsford CUT 74-77 151
Derek Lamely CUT 74-77 151
Esteban Toledo CUT 74-78 152
Mike Weir CUT 74-78 152
Kent Jones CUT 77-75 152
Casey Wittenberg CUT 77-75 152
Aaron Barber CUT 73-80 153
Brett Melton CUT 75-78 153
Patrick Moore CUT 74-80 154
Scott Hend CUT 79-75 154
David Gossett CUT 76-78 154
Roy Biancalana CUT 76-79 155
Danny Mulhearn CUT 77-80 157
John Riegger D 73 73
Chris Couch W/D 82 82
Cameron Beckman W/D 72 72

 
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    By Golf Channel DigitalJanuary 16, 2018, 2:19 am

    Former Web.com Tour Player of the Year Carlos Ortiz shot a bogey-free, 4-under-par 68 Monday to take the clubhouse lead in The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic at Sandals Emerald Bay.

    Four other players - Lee McCoy, Brandon Matthews, Sung Jae Im and Mark Anderson - were still on the course and tied with Ortiz at 6-under 210 when third-round play was suspended by darkness at 5:32 p.m. local time. It is scheduled to resume at 7:15 a.m. Tuesday.

    Ortiz, a 26-year-old from Guadalajara, Mexico, is in search of his fourth Web.com Tour victory. In 2014, the former University of North Texas standout earned a three-win promotion on his way to being voted Web.com Tour Player of the Year.

    McCoy, a 23-year-old from Dunedin, Fla., is looking to become the first player to earn medalist honors at Q-School and then win the opening event of the season.

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    Randall's Rant: Can we please have some rivalries?

    By Randall MellJanuary 16, 2018, 12:00 am

    Memo to the golf gods:

    If you haven’t finalized the fates of today’s stars for the new year, could we get you to deliver what the game has lacked for so long?

    Can we get a real, honest-to-goodness rivalry?

    It’s been more than two decades since the sport has been witness to one.

    With world No. 1 Dustin Johnson and former world No. 1 Rory McIlroy at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship this week, an early-season showdown would percolate hope that this year might be all about rivalries.

    It seems as if the stars are finally aligned to make up for our long drought of rivalries, of the recurring clashes you have so sparingly granted through the game’s history.

    We’re blessed in a new era of plenty, with so many young stars blossoming, and with Tiger Woods offering hope he may be poised for a comeback. With Johnson, McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm, Hideki Matsuyama, Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler among today’s dynamic cast, the possibility these titans will time their runs together on the back nine of Sundays in majors excites.

    We haven’t seen a real rivalry since Greg Norman and Nick Faldo sparred in the late '80s and early '90s.

    Woods vs. Phil Mickelson didn’t really count. While Lefty will be remembered for carving out a Hall of Fame career in the Tiger era, with 33 victories, 16 of them with Tiger in the field, five of them major championships, we get that Tiger had no rival, not in the most historic sense.


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    Phil never reached No. 1, was never named PGA Tour Player of the Year, never won a money title and never dueled with Woods on Sunday on the back nine of a major with the title on the line.  Still, it doesn’t diminish his standing as the best player not named Tiger Woods over the last 20 years. It’s a feat so noteworthy it makes him one of the game’s all-time greats.

    We’ve been waiting for an honest-to-goodness rivalry since Faldo and Norman took turns ruling at world No. 1 and dueling in big events, including the back nine of multiple majors. 

    In the '70s, we had Nicklaus-Watson. In the '60s, it was Nicklaus-Palmer. In the '40s and '50s, it was Hogan, Snead and Nelson in a triumvirate mix, and in the '20s and '30s we had Hagen and Sarazen.

    While dominance is the magic ingredient that can break a sport out of its niche, a dynamic rivalry is the next best elixir.

    Dustin Johnson looks capable of dominating today’s game, but there’s so much proven major championship talent on his heels. It’s hard to imagine him consistently fending off all these challengers, but it’s the fending that would captivate us.

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    McIlroy's ambitious plan comes in the wake of a frustrating 2017 campaign, when he injured his ribs in his first start and twice missed chunks of time in an effort to recover. He failed to win a worldwide event and finished the year ranked outside the top 10, both of which had not happened since 2008.

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    Driver: Titleist 917D3 (10.5 degrees), with Fujikura Atmos Black 6 X shaft

    Fairway Wood: Titleist 917F2 (16.5 degrees), with Aldila Tour Blue 95 TX shaft

    Hybrid: Titleist 913H (19 degrees), with UST Mamiya AXIV Core 100 Hybrid shaft

    Irons: Titleist 718 T-MB (4), 718 CB (5-6), 718 MB (7-9), with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts

    Wedges: Titleist SM7 prototype (47, 52, 56, 60 degrees), with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts

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    Ball: Titleist Pro V1x