Final Scores and Earnings from the Booz Allen

By Golf Channel NewsroomJune 28, 2004, 4:00 pm
04 Booz Allen ClassicTPC at Avenel
Potomac, Maryland
Purse $4,500,000

 
Adam Scott            1 66-62-67-68 263 $864,000.00
Charles Howell III 2 61-69-72-65 267 $518,400.00
Rory Sabbatini 3 67-67-69-66 269 $326,400.00
Tim Herron T4 69-68-68-67 272 $198,400.00
Arron Oberholser T4 69-65-68-70 272 $198,400.00
Bo Van Pelt T4 69-68-68-67 272 $198,400.00
Olin Browne T7 64-66-71-72 273 $154,800.00
Alex Cejka T7 74-63-67-69 273 $154,800.00
Frank Lickliter II T9 67-69-72-66 274 $134,400.00
Aaron Barber T9 70-68-68-68 274 $134,400.00
Tom Lehman T11 66-67-71-71 275 $101,760.00
Jeff Sluman T11 65-71-69-70 275 $101,760.00
Duffy Waldorf T11 67-71-66-71 275 $101,760.00
Harrison Frazar T11 67-69-70-69 275 $101,760.00
Ryan Palmer T11 70-69-68-68 275 $101,760.00
Tom Pernice, Jr. T16 68-71-69-68 276 $79,200.00
Rich Barcelo T16 71-69-69-67 276 $79,200.00
Guy Boros T18 68-69-71-69 277 $67,200.00
J.J. Henry T18 68-69-70-70 277 $67,200.00
Kevin Na T18 68-71-64-74 277 $67,200.00
Billy Andrade T21 68-71-72-67 278 $45,060.00
Bart Bryant T21 71-67-67-73 278 $45,060.00
Joe Durant T21 69-71-68-70 278 $45,060.00
David Morland IV T21 69-71-72-66 278 $45,060.00
Danny Ellis T21 67-69-71-71 278 $45,060.00
Scott Hend T21 66-72-69-71 278 $45,060.00
Vaughn Taylor T21 68-71-68-71 278 $45,060.00
Ben Crane T21 70-70-66-72 278 $45,060.00
Michael Allen T29 70-71-69-69 279 $31,920.00
Matt Gogel T29 69-70-71-69 279 $31,920.00
Craig Barlow T29 69-68-69-73 279 $31,920.00
Hidemichi Tanaka T29 70-65-73-71 279 $31,920.00
Bill Glasson T33 72-69-67-72 280 $23,280.00
Esteban Toledo T33 69-71-68-72 280 $23,280.00
Pete Jordan T33 72-67-72-69 280 $23,280.00
Shaun Micheel T33 67-72-66-75 280 $23,280.00
Steve Stricker T33 67-68-71-74 280 $23,280.00
Brent Geiberger T33 71-68-72-69 280 $23,280.00
Notah Begay III T33 72-65-71-72 280 $23,280.00
Chris Riley T33 72-66-69-73 280 $23,280.00
Mark Wilson T33 69-72-69-70 280 $23,280.00
Bill Haas T33 69-65-73-73 280 $23,280.00
Michael Bradley T43 70-65-70-76 281 $14,616.00
Danny Briggs T43 70-69-69-73 281 $14,616.00
John Cook T43 71-69-69-72 281 $14,616.00
Corey Pavin T43 70-68-70-73 281 $14,616.00
Glen Day T43 69-62-79-71 281 $14,616.00
Mark Hensby T43 68-72-70-71 281 $14,616.00
David Branshaw T43 69-70-71-71 281 $14,616.00
Luke Donald T43 72-68-70-71 281 $14,616.00
Brad Faxon T51 74-66-71-71 282 $11,296.00
Jeff Brehaut T51 70-69-71-72 282 $11,296.00
Charley Hoffman T51 69-70-71-72 282 $11,296.00
Rich Beem T51 64-67-72-79 282 $11,296.00
Carl Pettersson T51 67-71-70-74 282 $11,296.00
Richard S. Johnson T51 72-67-72-71 282 $11,296.00
David Edwards T57 68-73-71-71 283 $10,512.00
Len Mattiace T57 71-69-71-72 283 $10,512.00
Tommy Tolles T57 69-72-71-71 283 $10,512.00
Pat Bates T57 70-71-72-70 283 $10,512.00
Cameron Beckman T57 70-68-79-66 283 $10,512.00
Garrett Willis T57 71-68-70-74 283 $10,512.00
Daniel Chopra T57 72-69-70-72 283 $10,512.00
Steve Allan T57 69-67-75-72 283 $10,512.00
Billy Mayfair 65 66-70-75-73 284 $10,080.00
Cliff Kresge T66 71-68-74-72 285 $9,888.00
Kelly Mitchum T66 72-69-76-68 285 $9,888.00
Heath Slocum T66 70-69-74-72 285 $9,888.00
Tom Byrum T69 72-69-76-69 286 $9,648.00
Jonathan Kaye T69 70-70-71-75 286 $9,648.00
Kelly Gibson T71 71-70-72-74 287 $9,312.00
Geoff Ogilvy T71 70-68-74-75 287 $9,312.00
Aaron Baddeley T71 67-74-74-72 287 $9,312.00
Patrick Sheehan T71 68-71-77-71 287 $9,312.00
Hunter Mahan T71 69-70-73-75 287 $9,312.00
Mike Grob 76 72-68-72-77 289 $9,024.00
Steve Pate T77 68-73-76-73 290 $8,880.00
Dicky Pride T77 68-71-76-75 290 $8,880.00
John Daly 79 70-70-76-77 293 $8,736.00
Jay Don Blake 80 69-70-77-85 301 $8,640.00
 
Missed Cut
Mark Brooks CUT 72-70 142
Russ Cochran CUT 72-70 142
Jay Delsing CUT 70-72 142
Trevor Dodds CUT 71-71 142
Joel Edwards CUT 70-72 142
Robert Gamez CUT 73-69 142
Blaine McCallister CUT 66-76 142
Deane Pappas CUT 72-70 142
Tom Scherrer CUT 70-72 142
Rod Pampling CUT 69-73 142
Joel Kribel CUT 70-72 142
D.J. Brigman CUT 71-71 142
Willie Wood CUT 68-75 143
Brad Lardon CUT 69-74 143
Spike McRoy CUT 72-71 143
Jay Williamson CUT 70-73 143
Brenden Pappas CUT 73-70 143
Hank Kuehne CUT 74-69 143
Matt Hendrix CUT 72-71 143
Donnie Hammond CUT 72-72 144
Justin Leonard CUT 74-70 144
Dean Wilson CUT 72-72 144
Brian Gay CUT 71-73 144
Todd Fischer CUT 75-69 144
Mathias Gronberg CUT 70-74 144
Tim Clark CUT 73-71 144
Jason Dufner CUT 78-66 144
Scott Hoch CUT 77-68 145
Gene Sauers CUT 72-73 145
Chris Smith CUT 72-73 145
Stan Utley CUT 70-75 145
Paul Stankowski CUT 68-77 145
Omar Uresti CUT 74-71 145
Kris Cox CUT 75-70 145
Scott McCarron CUT 72-73 145
Tom Carter CUT 71-74 145
Hirofumi Miyase CUT 71-74 145
Tjaart Van der Walt CUT 72-73 145
Arjun Atwal CUT 70-75 145
Fred Funk CUT 69-77 146
Carl Paulson CUT 74-72 146
Roland Thatcher CUT 72-74 146
Jim Carter CUT 73-74 147
Mike Hulbert CUT 71-76 147
Dennis Paulson CUT 68-79 147
Joey Sindelar CUT 72-75 147
David Sutherland CUT 74-73 147
Brett Quigley CUT 76-71 147
Tripp Isenhour CUT 72-75 147
Kent Jones CUT 72-75 147
Ken Duke CUT 74-73 147
Andre Stolz CUT 77-70 147
Greg Chalmers CUT 78-69 147
Patrick Moore CUT 73-74 147
Brian Kortan CUT 73-75 148
Jason Bohn CUT 70-78 148
Ricky Touma CUT 72-76 148
Lucas Glover CUT 71-77 148
Brandon Knaub CUT 74-74 148
Jim McGovern CUT 74-75 149
Del Ponchock CUT 78-71 149
Ted Tryba CUT 78-72 150
John E. Morgan CUT 73-77 150
Michael Clark II CUT 76-75 151
Mike Heinen CUT 75-78 153
George Bradford CUT 74-79 153
Jim Schouller, Jr. CUT 76-77 153
Kevin Muncrief CUT 75-80 155
Ken Green W/D 75 75
Lee Janzen W/D 81 81
Neal Lancaster W/D 72 72
Craig Bowden W/D 74 74
Dan Olsen W/D 79 79
Chris Couch W/D 76 76
Boyd Summerhays W/D 74 74
Pat Perez W/D 74 74

 
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Tiger putts way into contention at The Open

By Rex HoggardJuly 21, 2018, 5:17 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – When Tiger Woods benched his trusty Scotty Cameron blade putter last month at the Quicken Loans National for a new TaylorMade mallet-headed version some saw it as a sign of desperation, but if his performance on Carnoustie’s greens on Saturday were any indication it could end up being a calculated success.

Woods stormed into contention on Day 3 with a 5-under 66 to move to within shouting distance of the lead at The Open, thanks in large part to his vastly improved putting.

“I hit so many good putts out there today, and this week from distance, I've had really good feels,” said Woods, whose 29 putts on Saturday belies his performance on Carnoustie’s greens. “Even as this golf course was changing and evolving, I've maintained my feels with the putter. I've made a couple of putts from about 40 to 60 feet, which is nice. I just feel like I've been able to roll the ball.”


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The highlight of Woods’ round came at the par-4 ninth hole when he charged in a 40-footer for birdie from the front edge of the green to begin a run of three consecutive birdies. Perhaps more impressive, he didn’t have a three-putt, and has only had two all week, which is always a bonus on links courses.

Woods temporarily took a share of the lead with a lengthy birdie putt at the 14th hole and scrambled for a par save at the last after his drive nearly found the Barry Burn.

“I hit a few putts that I think should have gone in from 20, 30 feet today," he said. "So that's always a good sign.”

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TT postscript: A 66, he's in contention - awesome

By Tiger TrackerJuly 21, 2018, 4:58 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Here are a few things I think I think after Tiger Woods went berserk Saturday and shot 5-under 66 to vault up the leaderboard at The Open at Carnoustie:

• THAT WAS AWESOME!

At 4:13PM here in Scotland, when Tiger two-putted for birdie on the par-5 14th hole, he held a share of the lead in a major championship. It was once unthinkable, but it happened. I saw it with my own eyes.

• Tiger’s last two weekend rounds in the 60s in The Open both happened at Carnoustie and both happened on July 21. In 2007, Woods shot 69 here. On Saturday, that score was clipped by three shots. Tiger shot 65 in the second round of The Open at Royal Liverpool in 2006. He won his third claret jug that week. Tiger last shoot 66 in a major during the second round of the 2011 Masters.

• This is the sixth time that Tiger has recorded three consecutive rounds of par of better to start The Open. He went on to win three of the previous five times.

• One bad swing, the only bad swing of the day according to Tiger, produced the luckiest of breaks. Standing on the 18th tee with an iron in hand, Tiger pulled his tee shot that hit on the top of the Barry Burn and very easily could’ve ended in a watery grave. Instead it ended in thick rough, some 250 yards from the pin. Tiger punted it up the fairway, but got up and down from 83 yards to save par and shoot 66. “I hit my number,” he quipped about hitting wedge to 2 feet.

• On the other hand, the lone bogey came from one poor putt. On the par-3 16th hole, with half of Scotland screaming his name, Tiger missed a 7-footer for par. It was deflating at the time because the last three holes are so difficult. Pars on the last two holes were stellar.


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• Final stats: 12 of 15 fairways, 14 of 18 greens and 29 total putts. Tiger hit six drivers and one 3-wood, proving that he was way more aggressive. He hit four drivers on Friday and only one on Thursday.

• One of the aforementioned drivers that he hit on the ninth hole was well left and in some thick round, 170 yards from the hole. A safe approach to 40 feet set him up for and easy two-putt par. But he slammed the putt home and made an improbable birdie. “I hit so many good putts out there today, and this week from distance, I’ve had really good feels,” he said.

• In his own words about his chances of winning: “It certainly is possible. I’ve shown that I’ve been there close enough with a chance to win this year. Given what happened the last few years, I didn’t know if that would ever happen again, but here I am with a chance coming Sunday in a major championship. It’s going to fun.”

Yes, yes it is.

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Watch: Guy sleeps next to many beers at Open

By Grill Room TeamJuly 21, 2018, 4:55 pm

It's Moving Day at The Open Championship for all but one sedentary fan.

Cameras caught this potentially browned-out man having himself a Saturday snooze on the browned-out grasses of Carnoustie:

Browned out. That's a great term. Glad it's in the public domain. We've been using it all weekend. I imagine we'll continue to use it. A lot.

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Watch: Tiger makes 6 birdies, 1 amazing par in Rd. 3

By Golf Channel DigitalJuly 21, 2018, 4:10 pm

Tiger Woods started the third round of The Open at even par, having made seven birdies and seven bogeys over the first 36 holes at Carnoustie.

Following three pars to start on Saturday, Woods went on a birdie binge.

No. 1 came with this putt at the par-4 fourth.


No. 2 with this two-putt at the par-5 sixth.


No. 3 thanks to this 30-footer at the par-4 ninth.


No. 4 after nearly jarring his approach shot on the par-4 10th.


No. 5 when he almost drove the green at the par-4 11th and two-putted, from just off the green, from 95 feet.


And No. 6, which gave him a share of the lead, came courtesy another two-putt at the par-5 14th.


Woods bogeyed the par-3 16th to drop out of the lead and almost dropped - at least - one more shot at the par-4 18th. But his tee shot got a lucky bounce and he turned his good fortune into a par.


Woods shot 5-under 66 and finished the day at 5 under par.