Final Scores and Earning from Disney

By Golf Channel NewsroomOctober 27, 2003, 5:00 pm

Purse $4,000,000
Courses Magnolia GC
Palm Golf Course
Par 72

Vijay Singh 1 64-65-69-67 265 $720,000.00
Scott Verplank T2 66-66-66-71 269 $298,666.67
Tiger Woods T2 66-67-71-65 269 $298,666.67
Stewart Cink T2 67-65-66-71 269 $298,666.66
Davis Love III T5 67-65-69-69 270 $152,000.00
John Rollins T5 66-65-67-72 270 $152,000.00
Bob Estes T7 67-63-72-69 271 $129,000.00
Michael Clark II T7 72-66-68-65 271 $129,000.00
Rocco Mediate T9 65-67-69-71 272 $108,000.00
Bob Tway T9 67-65-71-69 272 $108,000.00
Geoff Ogilvy T9 66-70-66-70 272 $108,000.00
Fred Couples T12 68-66-68-71 273 $78,400.00
David Peoples T12 65-66-69-73 273 $78,400.00
Jim Furyk T12 70-67-71-65 273 $78,400.00
Tom Carter T12 67-67-71-68 273 $78,400.00
Brent Schwarzrock T12 67-65-72-69 273 $78,400.00
Briny Baird 17 72-62-70-70 274 $64,000.00
Tommy Armour III T18 69-67-71-68 275 $50,400.00
Dan Forsman T18 65-69-73-68 275 $50,400.00
Tom Pernice, Jr. T18 71-67-67-70 275 $50,400.00
Retief Goosen T18 70-64-68-73 275 $50,400.00
Charles Howell III T18 68-68-70-69 275 $50,400.00
Ben Crane T18 66-71-71-67 275 $50,400.00
Bart Bryant T24 68-68-70-70 276 $32,400.00
Tom Lehman T24 68-70-68-70 276 $32,400.00
Woody Austin T24 73-63-72-68 276 $32,400.00
Spike McRoy T24 68-70-70-68 276 $32,400.00
John Senden T24 70-69-69-68 276 $32,400.00
Tim Clark T24 69-65-74-68 276 $32,400.00
Jay Don Blake T30 69-66-71-71 277 $22,755.56
Brad Bryant T30 70-66-72-69 277 $22,755.56
Phil Mickelson T30 71-67-72-67 277 $22,755.55
Jeff Sluman T30 67-70-72-68 277 $22,755.56
Duffy Waldorf T30 68-67-70-72 277 $22,755.55
Jesper Parnevik T30 70-69-67-71 277 $22,755.55
Peter Lonard T30 69-69-70-69 277 $22,755.56
Brenden Pappas T30 63-72-72-70 277 $22,755.56
Aaron Barber T30 69-67-70-71 277 $22,755.55
Robert Gamez T39 68-71-68-71 278 $16,000.00
Kirk Triplett T39 67-69-71-71 278 $16,000.00
Stephen Ames T39 72-64-71-71 278 $16,000.00
Deane Pappas T39 66-73-66-73 278 $16,000.00
David Gossett T39 69-70-72-67 278 $16,000.00
Richard S. Johnson T39 68-71-69-70 278 $16,000.00
John Huston T45 64-71-70-74 279 $11,712.00
Joe Durant T45 67-68-72-72 279 $11,712.00
Brett Quigley T45 69-69-72-69 279 $11,712.00
Craig Barlow T45 69-70-71-69 279 $11,712.00
Hidemichi Tanaka T45 69-66-68-76 279 $11,712.00
Corey Pavin T50 66-69-72-73 280 $9,508.57
Gene Sauers T50 70-66-73-71 280 $9,508.57
Shaun Micheel T50 69-70-72-69 280 $9,508.57
Kevin Sutherland T50 68-70-70-72 280 $9,508.57
Notah Begay III T50 69-69-70-72 280 $9,508.58
Anthony Painter T50 73-65-75-67 280 $9,508.57
Mathew Goggin T50 71-67-71-71 280 $9,508.57
Steve Flesch T57 70-68-72-71 281 $8,840.00
Cliff Kresge T57 69-69-73-70 281 $8,840.00
Harrison Frazar T57 67-70-73-71 281 $8,840.00
Heath Slocum T57 69-70-73-69 281 $8,840.00
Rory Sabbatini T57 68-71-73-69 281 $8,840.00
Pat Perez T57 64-71-74-72 281 $8,840.00
Nick Price T63 70-68-67-77 282 $8,320.00
Paul Goydos T63 67-69-72-74 282 $8,320.00
Glen Day T63 69-69-74-70 282 $8,320.00
Aaron Baddeley T63 69-70-72-71 282 $8,320.00
Jason Gore T63 71-66-77-68 282 $8,320.00
Hank Kuehne T63 69-70-74-69 282 $8,320.00
Carl Pettersson T63 70-67-70-75 282 $8,320.00
Skip Kendall T70 69-70-75-70 284 $7,920.00
Dicky Pride T70 66-71-73-74 284 $7,920.00
Carl Paulson T70 72-67-73-72 284 $7,920.00
Paul Azinger T73 66-69-77-73 285 $7,720.00
Danny Ellis T73 68-69-73-75 285 $7,720.00
Steve Lowery T75 70-67-75-74 286 $7,560.00
Neal Lancaster T75 68-69-75-74 286 $7,560.00
Vance Veazey 77 71-68-75-74 288 $7,440.00
Chris Anderson 78 68-71-77-73 289 $7,360.00
 
Missed Cut
Esteban Toledo D 72-66-69-75 282
Donnie Hammond CUT 70-70 140
Peter Jacobsen CUT 71-69 140
Larry Mize CUT 70-70 140
Curtis Strange CUT 73-67 140
Marco Dawson CUT 72-68 140
J.P. Hayes CUT 72-68 140
John Maginnes CUT 72-68 140
Jay Williamson CUT 70-70 140
Jose Coceres CUT 73-67 140
Mark Wilson CUT 71-69 140
Patrick Sheehan CUT 70-70 140
Luke Donald CUT 69-71 140
K.J. Choi CUT 70-70 140
Akio Sadakata CUT 72-68 140
Mark Brooks CUT 71-70 141
Rick Fehr CUT 68-73 141
Lee Janzen CUT 69-72 141
Bob Burns CUT 70-71 141
Brian Bateman CUT 70-71 141
Pat Bates CUT 71-70 141
Jonathan Byrd CUT 70-71 141
Cameron Yancey CUT 72-69 141
Tom Byrum CUT 70-72 142
J.L. Lewis CUT 68-74 142
Mark O'Meara CUT 71-71 142
Chris DiMarco CUT 73-69 142
Craig Perks CUT 72-70 142
Carlos Franco CUT 67-75 142
Steven Alker CUT 70-72 142
Andy Miller CUT 69-73 142
David Sutherland CUT 70-73 143
Robert Damron CUT 70-73 143
Garrett Willis CUT 70-73 143
Gavin Coles CUT 71-72 143
Kenichi Kuboya CUT 72-71 143
Jason Caron CUT 71-72 143
Olin Browne CUT 70-74 144
Bernhard Langer CUT 71-73 144
Billy Mayfair CUT 72-72 144
Brandt Jobe CUT 74-70 144
Mike Heinen CUT 73-71 144
Per-Ulrik Johansson CUT 74-70 144
Ian Leggatt CUT 69-75 144
Doug Barron CUT 69-75 144
Kaname Yokoo CUT 73-71 144
J.J. Henry CUT 73-71 144
Len Mattiace CUT 71-74 145
Frank Lickliter II CUT 71-74 145
Darron Stiles CUT 71-74 145
Dave Stockton, Jr. CUT 77-69 146
Mike Grob CUT 72-74 146
Glen Hnatiuk CUT 74-72 146
Brian Gay CUT 74-72 146
Joey Sindelar CUT 73-74 147
Jeff Klein CUT 74-73 147
Shigeki Maruyama CUT 71-76 147
Rod Perry CUT 72-75 147
John E. Morgan CUT 69-78 147
Todd Barranger CUT 72-76 148
Todd Fischer CUT 74-74 148
Jason Buha CUT 77-71 148
Ty Tryon CUT 72-76 148
Dean Wilson CUT 76-73 149
Jim Carter CUT 75-77 152
Greg Chalmers D

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By Grill Room TeamJuly 16, 2018, 10:36 pm
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Johnson begins Open week as 12/1 betting favorite

By Will GrayJuly 16, 2018, 5:15 pm

Dustin Johnson heads into The Open as the top-ranked player in the world, and he's also an understandable betting favorite as he looks to win a second career major.

Johnson has not played since the U.S. Open, where he led by four shots at the halfway point and eventually finished third. He has three top-10 finishes in nine Open appearances, notably a T-2 finish at Royal St. George's in 2011.

Johnson opened as a 12/1 favorite when the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook first published odds for Carnoustie after the U.S. Open, and he remains at that number with the first round just three days away.

Here's a look at the latest odds on some of the other top contenders, according to the Westgate:

12/1: Dustin Johnson

16/1: Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Justin Rose

20/1: Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Tommy Fleetwood, Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm

25/1: Jason Day, Henrik Stenson, Tiger Woods

30/1: Sergio Garcia, Francesco Molinari, Paul Casey, Alex Noren, Patrick Reed

40/1: Hideki Matsuyama, Marc Leishman, Branden Grace, Tyrrell Hatton

50/1: Phil Mickelson, Ian Poulter, Matthew Fitzpatrick

60/1: Russell Knox, Louis Oosthuizen, Matt Kuchar, Bryson DeChambeau, Zach Johnson, Tony Finau, Bubba Watson

80/1: Lee Westwood, Adam Scott, Patrick Cantlay, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Thomas Pieters, Xander Schauffele

100/1: Shane Lowry, Webb Simpson, Brandt Snedeker, Ryan Fox, Thorbjorn Olesen

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Woods needs top-10 at Open to qualify for WGC

By Will GrayJuly 16, 2018, 4:34 pm

If Tiger Woods is going to qualify for the final WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club, he'll need to do something he hasn't done in five years this week at The Open.

Woods has won eight times at Firestone, including his most recent PGA Tour victory in 2013, and has openly stated that he would like to qualify for the no-cut event in Akron before it shifts to Memphis next year. But in order to do so, Woods will need to move into the top 50 in the Official World Golf Ranking after this week's event at Carnoustie.

Woods is currently ranked No. 71 in the world, down two spots from last week, and based on projections it means that he'll need to finish no worse than a tie for eighth to have a chance of cracking the top 50. Woods' last top-10 finish at a major came at the 2013 Open at Muirfield, where he tied for sixth.


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There are actually two OWGR cutoffs for the Bridgestone, July 23 and July 30. That means that Woods could theoretically still add a start at next week's RBC Canadian Open to chase a spot in the top 50, but he has said on multiple occasions that this week will be his last start of the month. The WGC-Bridgestone Invitational will be played Aug. 2-5.

There wasn't much movement in the world rankings last week, with the top 10 staying the same heading into the season's third major. Dustin Johnson remains world No. 1, followed by Justin Thomas, Justin Rose, Brooks Koepka and Jon Rahm. Defending Open champ Jordan Spieth is ranked sixth, with Rickie Fowler, Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Tommy Fleetwood rounding out the top 10.

Despite taking the week off, Sweden's Alex Noren moved up three spots from No. 14 to No. 11, passing Patrick Reed, Bubba Watson and Paul Casey.

John Deere Classic champ Michael Kim went from No. 473 to No. 215 in the latest rankings, while South African Brandon Stone jumped from 371st to 110th with his win at the Scottish Open.

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Spieth takes familiar break ahead of Open defense

By Rex HoggardJuly 16, 2018, 3:50 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – As his title chances seemed to be slipping away during the final round of last year’s Open Championship, Jordan Spieth’s caddie took a moment to remind him who he was.

Following a bogey at No. 13, Michael Greller referenced a recent vacation he’d taken to Mexico where he’d spent time with Michael Phelps and Michael Jordan and why he deserved to be among that group of singular athletes.

Spieth, who won last year’s Open, decided to continue the tradition, spending time in Cabo again before this week’s championship.


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“I kind of went through the same schedule,” Spieth said on Monday at Carnoustie. “It was nice to have a little vacation.”

Spieth hasn’t played since the Travelers Championship; instead he attended the Special Olympics USA Games earlier this month in Seattle with his sister. It was Spieth’s first time back to the Pacific Northwest since he won the 2015 U.S. Open.

“I went out to Chambers Bay with [Greller],” Spieth said. “We kind of walked down the 18th hole. It was cool reliving those memories.”

But most of all Spieth said he needed a break after a particularly tough season.

“I had the itch to get back to it after a couple weeks of not really working,” he said. “It was nice to kind of have that itch to get back.”