Final Scores and Earnings

By Golf Channel NewsroomAugust 24, 2003, 4:00 pm
Darren Clarke
 

 

 
Firestone Country Club
Akron, Ohio
 
Purse $6,000,000
Par 70

 

Darren Clarke 1 65-70-66-67 268 $1,050,000.00
Jonathan Kaye 2 68-69-65-70 272 $550,000.00
Davis Love III 3 66-70-68-69 273 $360,000.00
Tiger Woods T4 65-72-67-70 274 $235,000.00
Chris Riley T4 66-67-70-71 274 $235,000.00
Vijay Singh T6 69-65-72-69 275 $163,333.34
Jim Furyk T6 69-69-68-69 275 $163,333.33
Robert Allenby T6 69-69-68-69 275 $163,333.33
Brad Faxon T9 68-67-70-71 276 $116,750.00
Trevor Immelman T9 70-68-70-68 276 $116,750.00
Dan Forsman T11 69-68-70-70 277 $91,666.67
Bernhard Langer T11 71-73-65-68 277 $91,666.67
Steve Flesch T11 71-67-67-72 277 $91,666.66
Fred Funk T14 72-62-72-72 278 $75,000.00
Peter Jacobsen T14 73-64-71-70 278 $75,000.00
Toshi Izawa T14 70-71-68-69 278 $75,000.00
Jay Haas T17 72-69-73-65 279 $59,250.00
Ernie Els T17 67-70-71-71 279 $59,250.00
Retief Goosen T17 67-69-69-74 279 $59,250.00
Paul Casey T17 72-66-71-70 279 $59,250.00
Fred Couples T21 67-71-71-71 280 $52,500.00
Charles Howell III T21 72-68-74-66 280 $52,500.00
Phil Mickelson T23 68-73-70-70 281 $48,000.00
Shaun Micheel T23 71-69-70-71 281 $48,000.00
Colin Montgomerie T23 68-70-70-73 281 $48,000.00
Mike Weir T23 71-72-69-69 281 $48,000.00
Justin Leonard T23 75-69-69-68 281 $48,000.00
Peter Lonard T23 70-73-72-66 281 $48,000.00
Angel Cabrera T23 70-71-70-70 281 $48,000.00
Len Mattiace T30 72-69-69-72 282 $43,000.00
Sergio Garcia T30 64-76-69-73 282 $43,000.00
Ben Curtis T30 64-76-72-70 282 $43,000.00
Eduardo Romero T33 70-74-68-71 283 $38,583.33
Hal Sutton T33 68-69-68-78 283 $38,583.33
David Toms T33 66-67-76-74 283 $38,583.33
Chris DiMarco T33 71-68-73-71 283 $38,583.34
Justin Rose T33 72-73-69-69 283 $38,583.34
Ian Poulter T33 73-68-67-75 283 $38,583.33
Paul Azinger T39 72-69-67-76 284 $35,500.00
Jeff Sluman T39 67-74-75-68 284 $35,500.00
Padraig Harrington T39 73-71-70-70 284 $35,500.00
Nick Price T42 73-67-71-74 285 $33,750.00
Alex Cejka T42 72-68-71-74 285 $33,750.00
Robert-Jan Derksen T42 73-70-70-72 285 $33,750.00
Ben Crane T42 71-75-68-71 285 $33,750.00
Bob Estes T46 68-74-70-74 286 $31,500.00
Scott Verplank T46 66-73-70-77 286 $31,500.00
Stuart Appleby T46 70-75-68-73 286 $31,500.00
Lee Westwood T46 70-70-73-73 286 $31,500.00
Steve Allan T46 74-68-76-68 286 $31,500.00
Scott Hoch T51 69-72-72-74 287 $29,750.00
Rory Sabbatini T51 73-72-70-72 287 $29,750.00
Mark Calcavecchia T53 70-68-73-77 288 $28,150.00
Kenny Perry T53 72-76-68-72 288 $28,150.00
Jerry Kelly T53 68-71-76-73 288 $28,150.00
Chad Campbell T53 73-71-72-72 288 $28,150.00
K.J. Choi T53 73-71-71-73 288 $28,150.00
Paul McGinley T58 70-71-73-75 289 $27,000.00
Kaname Yokoo T58 73-71-70-75 289 $27,000.00
Niclas Fasth T58 67-76-74-72 289 $27,000.00
Thomas Bjorn T61 72-72-75-71 290 $26,250.00
Stewart Cink T61 70-71-74-75 290 $26,250.00
Phil Golding T61 76-69-73-72 290 $26,250.00
Craig Parry T64 69-75-71-76 291 $25,500.00
Tim Clark T64 73-69-73-76 291 $25,500.00
Adam Scott T64 72-70-69-80 291 $25,500.00
Phillip Price T67 68-75-75-74 292 $24,625.00
Pierre Fulke T67 72-72-75-73 292 $24,625.00
John Rollins T67 75-72-71-74 292 $24,625.00
Rich Beem T67 69-69-78-76 292 $24,625.00
Steen Tinning T71 71-74-76-72 293 $23,375.00
Jesper Parnevik T71 69-72-75-77 293 $23,375.00
Stephen Leaney T71 75-69-72-77 293 $23,375.00
Michael Campbell T71 74-71-70-78 293 $23,375.00
Jonathan Byrd T71 71-77-73-72 293 $23,375.00
Kevin Na T71 71-80-69-73 293 $23,375.00
Rocco Mediate T77 78-73-69-74 294 $22,000.00
Bob Burns T77 74-70-75-75 294 $22,000.00
Robert Karlsson T77 72-72-77-73 294 $22,000.00
Ignacio Garrido T77 74-74-72-74 294 $22,000.00
Hennie Otto T77 72-69-75-78 294 $22,000.00
Nick Faldo T82 74-67-79-75 295 $21,125.00
Jarrod Moseley T82 76-74-72-73 295 $21,125.00
Fredrik Jacobson 84 75-71-77-73 296 $20,750.00
Gene Sauers 85 73-76-77-82 308 $20,500.00

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