Final Scores and Earnings from the Bell Canadian Open

By Golf Channel NewsroomSeptember 7, 2003, 4:00 pm

 

 

Purse $4,200,000
Hamilton G&CC
HAMILTON, Ontario
Par 70

 

Bob Tway 1 70-70-66-66 272 $756,000.00
Brad Faxon 2 67-72-66-67 272 $453,600.00
Tom Pernice, Jr. 3 68-72-65-68 273 $285,600.00
Hidemichi Tanaka T4 66-70-67-71 274 $184,800.00
K.J. Choi T4 71-70-67-66 274 $184,800.00
Fred Funk T6 69-68-68-70 275 $145,950.00
Vijay Singh T6 75-67-65-68 275 $145,950.00
Loren Roberts T8 70-67-71-68 276 $126,000.00
Matt Gogel T8 69-70-70-67 276 $126,000.00
Mike Weir 10 69-69-70-69 277 $113,400.00
Tommy Armour III T11 68-71-70-69 278 $96,600.00
Garrett Willis T11 70-69-69-70 278 $96,600.00
Steve Allan T11 72-66-69-71 278 $96,600.00
Jay Don Blake T14 71-72-71-65 279 $63,093.34
Tom Byrum T14 67-69-73-70 279 $63,093.33
Bob Estes T14 70-69-71-69 279 $63,093.33
Len Mattiace T14 71-69-70-69 279 $63,093.33
Jeff Sluman T14 72-69-71-67 279 $63,093.34
Paul Goydos T14 71-70-67-71 279 $63,093.33
Thomas Levet T14 72-70-70-67 279 $63,093.33
Peter Lonard T14 71-69-72-67 279 $63,093.34
Charles Howell III T14 67-68-70-74 279 $63,093.33
David Edwards T23 71-69-70-70 280 $35,400.00
Tom Lehman T23 68-69-74-69 280 $35,400.00
Stephen Ames T23 72-69-69-70 280 $35,400.00
Glen Day T23 67-73-73-67 280 $35,400.00
Chris Riley T23 69-70-69-72 280 $35,400.00
Mathew Goggin T23 69-72-68-71 280 $35,400.00
Patrick Sheehan T23 68-73-69-70 280 $35,400.00
Mike Standly T30 75-67-70-69 281 $27,930.00
Dicky Pride T30 70-72-70-69 281 $27,930.00
Kelly Gibson T32 67-70-75-70 282 $21,336.00
Dennis Paulson T32 74-69-65-74 282 $21,336.00
John Riegger T32 71-70-74-67 282 $21,336.00
Scott Verplank T32 72-70-73-67 282 $21,336.00
Neal Lancaster T32 75-65-73-69 282 $21,336.00
Jeff Brehaut T32 68-71-70-73 282 $21,336.00
Deane Pappas T32 72-70-70-70 282 $21,336.00
Aaron Barber T32 75-68-67-72 282 $21,336.00
Pat Perez T32 71-72-68-71 282 $21,336.00
Adam Scott T32 74-69-68-71 282 $21,336.00
Donnie Hammond T42 72-71-68-72 283 $14,280.00
Dave Rummells T42 73-70-69-71 283 $14,280.00
David Sutherland T42 71-71-73-68 283 $14,280.00
Steven Alker T42 72-68-73-70 283 $14,280.00
Aaron Baddeley T42 71-69-71-72 283 $14,280.00
Hunter Mahan T42 73-69-70-71 283 $14,280.00
Paul Azinger T48 70-68-76-70 284 $10,342.50
David Frost T48 73-66-71-74 284 $10,342.50
Joey Sindelar T48 74-68-71-71 284 $10,342.50
Mike Springer T48 72-67-69-76 284 $10,342.50
Kent Jones T48 71-68-72-73 284 $10,342.50
Carlos Franco T48 74-67-70-73 284 $10,342.50
Chris Anderson T48 71-71-72-70 284 $10,342.50
Jason Buha T48 70-70-70-74 284 $10,342.50
Mark Wilson T56 74-68-70-73 285 $9,450.00
Michael Harris T56 71-72-71-71 285 $9,450.00
Andy Miller T56 69-73-70-73 285 $9,450.00
John E. Morgan T56 71-72-71-71 285 $9,450.00
Jim Carter T60 70-72-69-75 286 $8,988.00
Jim McGovern T60 71-68-75-72 286 $8,988.00
Steve Stricker T60 74-68-72-72 286 $8,988.00
Brett Quigley T60 71-72-72-71 286 $8,988.00
Kaname Yokoo T60 73-70-73-70 286 $8,988.00
Derek Gillespie T60 69-74-73-70 286 $8,988.00
Jon Mills T60 71-72-72-71 286 $8,988.00
Corey Pavin T67 73-70-72-72 287 $8,442.00
Mike Grob T67 71-69-73-74 287 $8,442.00
Glen Hnatiuk T67 71-70-74-72 287 $8,442.00
Todd Fischer T67 70-73-68-76 287 $8,442.00
Briny Baird T67 71-66-78-72 287 $8,442.00
Paul Gow T67 73-67-74-73 287 $8,442.00
Olin Browne T73 70-71-72-75 288 $8,022.00
Mike Sposa T73 72-71-73-72 288 $8,022.00
David Morland IV T73 71-70-71-76 288 $8,022.00
Kenichi Kuboya T73 69-67-74-78 288 $8,022.00
Christopher Baryla T73 71-68-77-72 288 $00.00
Guy Boros 78 72-69-74-74 289 $7,812.00
Bill Glasson T79 68-71-78-76 293 $7,686.00
Esteban Toledo T79 72-70-75-76 293 $7,686.00
Jeff Klein 81 71-72-76-78 297 $7,560.00

Missed cut:
 
Billy Andrade CUT 77-67 144
Jim Gallagher, Jr. CUT 71-73 144
Marco Dawson CUT 72-72 144
Kevin Sutherland CUT 71-73 144
Dean Wilson CUT 75-69 144
Jesper Parnevik CUT 75-69 144
Chris Greenwood CUT 73-71 144
Doug Barron CUT 74-70 144
John Rollins CUT 75-69 144
Brad Elder CUT 75-69 144
David Hearn CUT 73-71 144
Mark O'Meara CUT 75-70 145
Tim Petrovic CUT 72-73 145
Brian Bateman CUT 75-70 145
John Maginnes CUT 70-75 145
Tom Gillis CUT 72-73 145
Ian Leggatt CUT 73-72 145
Michael Clark II CUT 74-71 145
Brian Gay CUT 76-69 145
Scott Laycock CUT 73-72 145
Gavin Coles CUT 75-70 145
Mark Johnson CUT 73-72 145
Gary Hallberg CUT 75-71 146
Scott Simpson CUT 73-73 146
Willie Wood CUT 68-78 146
Brian Henninger CUT 76-70 146
Tom Carter CUT 77-69 146
Rob McMillan CUT 76-70 146
Carl Paulson CUT 74-72 146
Arron Oberholser CUT 72-74 146
Jason Gore CUT 74-72 146
Rob Johnson CUT 74-72 146
Richard Scott CUT 76-70 146
Mike Hulbert CUT 74-73 147
Steve Pate CUT 76-71 147
Stan Utley CUT 77-70 147
Richard Zokol CUT 71-76 147
John Morse CUT 74-73 147
Robert Damron CUT 73-74 147
Anthony Painter CUT 76-71 147
Brent Schwarzrock CUT 79-68 147
David Gossett CUT 77-70 147
Nick Watney CUT 71-76 147
Brandel Chamblee CUT 76-72 148
Jim Rutledge CUT 74-74 148
Mark Carnevale CUT 73-75 148
Per-Ulrik Johansson CUT 75-73 148
J.J. Henry CUT 75-73 148
Mike Donald CUT 76-73 149
Andrew Magee CUT 75-74 149
Tom Scherrer CUT 77-72 149
Vance Veazey CUT 74-75 149
Gabriel Hjertstedt CUT 75-74 149
John Robertson CUT 77-72 149
Grant Waite CUT 76-74 150
James Lepp CUT 80-70 150
Peter Laws CUT 78-72 150
Michael Bradley CUT 77-74 151
Jay Williamson CUT 73-78 151
Craig Barlow CUT 75-76 151
Notah Begay III CUT 77-74 151
Darron Stiles CUT 74-77 151
Kenneth Staton CUT 74-77 151
Jason Caron CUT 76-75 151
Erik Compton CUT 77-74 151
Akio Sadakata CUT 78-73 151
Richard S. Johnson CUT 77-74 151
Cameron Yancey CUT 78-73 151
Patrick Damron CUT 79-72 151
Lindsay Bernakevitch CUT 75-76 151
Todd Barranger CUT 81-73 154
Greg Chalmers CUT 76-78 154
Dan Halldorson CUT 77-78 155
Scott Bogle CUT 83-81 164
John Daly W/D 75 75
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Watch: Full replays of The Open coverage

By Golf Channel DigitalJuly 20, 2018, 12:55 pm

NBC Sports and Golf Channel are showcasing nearly 50 hours of live coverage of the 147th Open. Missed anything? Well, you can catch up right here. Click on the links below for replays from Carnoustie, broken down into daily segments:

Friday, Day 2 (Times ET)

1:30-8:20AM (Watch): On a rainy Friday morning at Carnoustie, Rory McIlroy shot 69 to reach 4 under, while Zach Johnson fired a 67 for the early lead. Click here or on the image below to watch.


Thursday, Day 1 (Times ET)

Noon-4PM (Watch): Tiger Woods was up and down in the afternoon, as winds picked up a little and no one could catch Kevin Kisner. Click here or on the image below to watch. Also, click here to watch the full replay of the early marquee group: Woods, Russell Knox and Hideki Matsuyama.

1:30-8:25AM (Watch): Defending champion Jordan Spieth got off to a good start, while Kevin Kisner (66) set the early pace. Click here or on the image below to watch. Also, click here to watch the full replay of the early marquee group: Rickie Fowler, Jon Rahm and Chris Wood.

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Fleetwood, with his fancy umbrella, fires 65 on Day 2

By Rex HoggardJuly 20, 2018, 12:34 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Tommy Fleetwood looked like an Open rookie when he set out on Friday under gray skies and a cold, steady rain.

Because the Englishman doesn’t have an equipment sponsor he made a quick turn through the merchandise tent for an umbrella – but at least he didn’t have to pay for it.

“We stole it,” he laughed when asked about his Open-brand umbrella. “We got one given for free, actually. We didn't steal it. We don't always carry an umbrella. So it just so happens this week that we've got a nice Open Championship [umbrella]. It looked quite nice, the yellow and the course.”


Full-field scores from the 147th Open Championship

Full coverage of the 147th Open Championship


It was Fleetwood’s only rookie move on Day 2 at Carnoustie, posting a flawless 65 to move into an early tie for second place at 5 under par.

Fleetwood holds the competitive course record at Carnoustie, a 9-under 63 he shot last fall during the European Tour’s Dunhill Links Championship, but given Friday’s conditions and the difficulty of this course during The Open, his 65 on Friday might have been better.

“It's not a course record, but it's pretty good,” said Fleetwood, who was stroke behind leader Zach Johnson. “If you went out, you wouldn't really fancy being 6 under out there. So I think that's a good indication of how good it was.”

It was a dramatic turnaround for Fleetwood on Friday. He said he struggled with his ball-striking, specifically his tee shots, on Day 1, but he was able to turn things around with an hour-long session on the range following his opening round.

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Tiger Tracker: 147th Open Championship

By Tiger TrackerJuly 20, 2018, 10:15 am

Following an even-par 71 in the first round of the 147th Open Championship, Tiger Woods looks to make a move on Day 2 at Carnoustie.


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McIlroy responds to Harmon's 'robot' criticism

By Mercer BaggsJuly 20, 2018, 6:53 am

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Rory McIlroy said during his pre-championship news conference that he wanted to play more "carefree" – citing Jon Rahm’s approach now and the way McIlroy played in his younger days.

McIlroy got off to a good start Thursday at Carnoustie, shooting 2-under 69, good for a share of eighth place.

But while McIlroy admits to wanting to be a little less structured on the course, he took offense to comments made by swing coach Butch Harmon during a Sky Sports telecast.

Said Harmon:

“Rory had this spell when he wasn’t putting good and hitting the ball good, and he got so wrapped up in how he was going to do it he forgot how to do it.


Full-field scores from the 147th Open Championship

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“He is one of the best players the game has ever seen. If he would just go back to being a kid and playing the way he won these championships and play your game, don’t have any fear or robotic thoughts. Just play golf. Just go do it.

“This is a young kid who’s still one of the best players in the world. He needs to understand that. Forget about your brand and your endorsement contracts. Forget about all that. Just go back to having fun playing golf. I still think he is one of the best in the world and can be No.1 again if he just lets himself do it.”

McIlroy, who has never worked with Harmon, responded to the comments when asked about them following his opening round.

“Look, I like Butch. Definitely, I would say I'm on the opposite end of the spectrum than someone that's mechanical and someone that's – you know, it's easy to make comments when you don't know what's happening,” McIlroy said. “I haven't spoken to Butch in a long time. He doesn't know what I'm working on in my swing. He doesn't know what's in my head. So it's easy to make comments and easy to speculate. But unless you actually know what's happening, I just really don't take any notice of it.”

McIlroy second round at The Open began at 2:52 a.m. ET.