Final Scores and Earnings from the Buick

By Golf Channel NewsroomJune 14, 2004, 4:00 pm
Westchester Country Club
Harrison, N.Y.
Purse $5.25 million

x-won on third hole of playoff
x-Sergio Garcia, $945,000        70-67-68-67--272
Padraig Harrington, $462,000 68-68-68-68--272
Rory Sabbatini, $462,000 69-68-65-70--272
Fred Couples, $217,000 67-65-74-68--274
Vijay Singh, $217,000 63-70-71-70--274
Tom Byrum, $217,000 71-64-68-71--274
Luke Donald, $175,875 67-66-70-72--275
Fredrik Jacobson, $162,750 64-69-74-69--276
Kenny Perry, $131,250 69-71-71-66--277
Tim Clark, $131,250 68-72-68-69--277
Chris DiMarco, $131,250 69-69-69-70--277
Bo Van Pelt, $131,250 68-71-68-70--277
Cameron Beckman, $131,250 68-68-66-75--277
Scott Hend, $97,125 68-68-72-70--278
Robert Allenby, $97,125 69-71-69-69--278
J.J. Henry, $73,650 68-73-69-69--279
Ernie Els, $73,650 68-69-72-70--279
Brett Quigley, $73,650 69-68-72-70--279
Craig Parry, $73,650 73-66-69-71--279
Joe Ogilvie, $73,650 72-66-70-71--279
Phil Mickelson, $73,650 69-68-69-73--279
Loren Roberts, $73,650 67-70-64-78--279
Zach Johnson, $46,725 74-66-70-70--280
Stuart Appleby, $46,725 69-70-69-72--280
Brad Faxon, $46,725 68-73-67-72--280
Kris Cox, $46,725 67-71-68-74--280
Dennis Paulson, $46,725 70-68-68-74--280
Tim Petrovic, $36,487.50 69-69-71-72--281
Davis Love III, $36,487.50 68-71-70-72--281
Scott Verplank, $36,487.50 69-70-69-73--281
Brian Gay, $36,487.50 70-68-68-75--281
Adam Scott, $26,670 71-70-72-69--282
Bart Bryant, $26,670 72-68-72-70--282
Jerry Kelly, $26,670 71-69-72-70--282
Kevin Sutherland, $26,670 68-70-73-71--282
Dudley Hart, $26,670 67-71-73-71--282
Steve Lowery, $26,670 69-70-72-71--282
Neal Lancaster, $26,670 70-71-70-71--282
Joey Sindelar, $26,670 68-72-70-72--282
Dan Forsman, $26,670 70-71-69-72--282
Ted Purdy, $26,670 69-70-69-74--282
Glen Day, $15,807.28 71-70-73-69--283
Tom Pernice, Jr., $15,807.28 71-70-72-70--283
Peter Lonard, $15,807.28 67-74-72-70--283
D.J. Brigman, $15,807.27 71-69-71-72--283
Daniel Chopra, $15,807.27 69-70-71-73--283
John Senden, $15,807.27 70-68-71-74--283
Rocco Mediate, $15,807.27 71-67-71-74--283
Pat Perez, $15,807.27 73-66-70-74--283
David Morland IV, $15,807.27 69-70-70-74--283
Pat Bates, $15,807.27 72-69-67-75--283
Skip Kendall, $15,807.27 68-71-68-76--283
Omar Uresti, $12,285 70-71-74-69--284
Stephen Leaney, $12,285 73-67-73-71--284
John Rollins, $11,865 72-66-74-73--285
Craig Bowden, $11,865 71-69-72-73--285
Bob Tway, $11,865 71-69-71-74--285
Todd Fischer, $11,865 69-71-70-75--285
David Frost, $11,865 66-72-70-77--285
Arjun Atwal, $11,287.50 73-67-76-70--286
Danny Ellis, $11,287.50 75-66-75-70--286
Tjaart Van der Walt, $11,287.50 71-65-75-75--286
Carlos Franco, $11,287.50 68-69-74-75--286
Robert Damron, $11,287.50 67-70-73-76--286
Jose Coceres, $11,287.50 69-68-70-79--286
Niclas Fasth, $10,815 69-71-75-72--287
Richard S. Johnson, $10,815 69-72-73-73--287
Esteban Toledo, $10,815 71-69-72-75--287
Alex Cejka, $10,552.50 70-69-73-76--288
Jonathan Byrd, $10,552.50 67-70-71-80--288
Jason Bohn, $10,237.50 72-68-76-73--289
Billy Andrade, $10,237.50 70-70-75-74--289
Notah Begay III, $10,237.50 69-72-73-75--289
Chris Smith, $10,237.50 71-70-70-78--289
Billy Mayfair, $9,975 68-68-76-78--290
Tom Carter, $9,712.50 70-69-77-75--291
Brad Adamonis, $9,712.50 69-72-73-77--291
Miguel A. Jimenez, $9,712.50 70-67-76-78--291
Joel Edwards, $9,712.50 69-72-71-79--291
Grant Waite, $9,397.50 72-69-75-76--292
Jonathan Kaye, $9,397.50 73-66-73-80--292
Patrick Sheehan, $9,240 71-69-76-78--294

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