Scores and Earnings from the Buick Open

By Golf Channel NewsroomAugust 2, 2004, 4:00 pm
Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club
Grand Blanc, Mich.
Purse $4.5 million
Par 72

 
Vijay Singh, $810,000         63-70-65-67--265  -23
John Daly, $486,000 70-64-66-66--266 -22
Tiger Woods, $261,000 67-68-66-66--267 -21
Carlos Franco, $261,000 67-67-67-66--267 -21
Stewart Cink, $180,000 69-65-70-66--270 -18
Jeff Sluman, $156,375 70-67-68-66--271 -17
Jim Furyk, $156,375 66-67-70-68--271 -17
Jerry Kelly, $135,000 71-66-69-66--272 -16
Daniel Chopra, $135,000 68-68-66-70--272 -16
Scott Verplank, $117,000 70-67-70-66--273 -15
Mark O'Meara, $117,000 67-70-70-66--273 -15
Craig Barlow, $94,500 66-69-72-68--275 -13
Brenden Pappas, $94,500 66-73-69-67--275 -13
Jose Maria Olazabal, $94,500 70-67-69-69--275 -13
Chris DiMarco, $76,500 69-68-73-66--276 -12
Kenny Perry, $76,500 69-68-72-67--276 -12
Billy Andrade, $76,500 68-65-73-70--276 -12
J.P. Hayes, $56,700 72-68-69-68--277 -11
Bob Tway, $56,700 68-67-73-69--277 -11
Geoff Ogilvy, $56,700 69-70-69-69--277 -11
Jim Carter, $56,700 69-69-70-69--277 -11
Paul Casey, $56,700 72-66-69-70--277 -11
Hank Kuehne, $56,700 69-69-68-71--277 -11
Glen Day, $36,450 68-71-71-68--278 -10
Justin Rose, $36,450 68-70-71-69--278 -10
Wes Short, Jr., $36,450 70-68-71-69--278 -10
Woody Austin, $36,450 72-68-69-69--278 -10
Brian Gay, $36,450 68-70-69-71--278 -10
Olin Browne, $36,450 64-70-69-75--278 -10
Hunter Mahan, $25,600 70-68-77-64--279 -9
Danny Briggs, $25,600 68-72-72-67--279 -9
Bob Burns, $25,600 70-70-71-68--279 -9
Paul Azinger, $25,600 72-68-70-69--279 -9
Rich Barcelo, $25,600 70-69-70-70--279 -9
Brett Quigley, $25,600 72-68-69-70--279 -9
Neal Lancaster, $25,600 71-68-70-70--279 -9
Scott McCarron, $25,600 68-69-70-72--279 -9
Steve Allan, $25,600 67-72-68-72--279 -9
Tom Byrum, $19,350 71-69-72-68--280 -8
Patrick Sheehan, $19,350 71-69-70-70--280 -8
Matt Gogel, $19,350 68-68-68-76--280 -8
Bill Glasson, $17,550 75-63-71-72--281 -7
Billy Mayfair, $13,410 71-69-73-69--282 -6
Jay Williamson, $13,410 70-69-72-71--282 -6
Robert Damron, $13,410 67-71-73-71--282 -6
Jeff Brehaut, $13,410 70-69-72-71--282 -6
Larry Mize, $13,410 70-70-71-71--282 -6
Jason Dufner, $13,410 71-69-71-71--282 -6
Tom Pernice, Jr., $13,410 70-70-69-73--282 -6
Steve Flesch, $13,410 69-71-69-73--282 -6
David Peoples, $13,410 66-71-71-74--282 -6
Dan Forsman, $10,552.50 68-71-76-68--283 -5
Mathias Gronberg, $10,552.50 69-71-73-70--283 -5
Greg Chalmers, $10,552.50 69-71-73-70--283 -5
Pat Bates, $10,552.50 70-65-74-74--283 -5
Carl Pettersson, $10,080 69-71-73-71--284 -4
John E. Morgan, $10,080 70-70-73-71--284 -4
Roland Thatcher, $10,080 69-71-72-72--284 -4
Pat Perez, $10,080 73-67-70-74--284 -4
Dan Olsen, $10,080 72-68-70-74--284 -4
Lucas Glover, $9,765 70-69-76-70--285 -3
Steve Stricker, $9,765 69-71-71-74--285 -3
Bill Haas, $9,585 72-65-76-73--286 -2
Joe Ogilvie, $9,585 73-67-72-74--286 -2
J.L. Lewis, $9,405 72-67-75-73--287 -1
Robert Gamez, $9,405 68-68-78-73--287 -1
David Morland IV, $9,180 70-70-78-70--288 E
Mike Grob, $9,180 65-73-74-76--288 E
Ken Duke, $9,180 69-71-71-77--288 E
Len Mattiace, $9,000 66-73-73-77--289 +1
Hideto Tanihara, $8,910 73-67-77-74--291 +3

 
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