Final Scores and Earnings from the Chrysler Championship

By Golf Channel NewsroomNovember 3, 2003, 5:00 pm

 
Palm Harbor, Fla.
Westin Innisbrook-Copperhead
Purse: $4,800,000
Par 71

 


Retief Goosen 1 69-66-67-70 272 $864,000.00
Vijay Singh 2 70-70-65-70 275 $518,400.00
Briny Baird 3 72-66-66-72 276 $326,400.00
Tim Petrovic T4 71-69-66-72 278 $211,200.00
Chad Campbell T4 68-69-72-69 278 $211,200.00
Dan Forsman T6 67-75-69-68 279 $160,800.00
Davis Love III T6 69-72-72-66 279 $160,800.00
Thomas Levet T6 71-67-71-70 279 $160,800.00
Brad Faxon T9 72-71-68-69 280 $124,800.00
Stephen Ames T9 74-67-72-67 280 $124,800.00
Peter Lonard T9 71-71-70-68 280 $124,800.00
Geoff Ogilvy T9 71-71-68-70 280 $124,800.00
Jeff Sluman T13 71-70-68-72 281 $90,000.00
Mike Weir T13 71-73-70-67 281 $90,000.00
Justin Leonard T13 74-71-66-70 281 $90,000.00
Jonathan Byrd T13 72-67-72-70 281 $90,000.00
Tom Byrum T17 70-71-71-71 283 $62,811.43
Robert Gamez T17 68-72-74-69 283 $62,811.43
Kenny Perry T17 73-69-70-71 283 $62,811.43
Loren Roberts T17 71-69-68-75 283 $62,811.43
Duffy Waldorf T17 69-73-70-71 283 $62,811.43
Jose Coceres T17 68-68-72-75 283 $62,811.42
Pat Perez T17 70-70-70-73 283 $62,811.43
Mark Calcavecchia T24 72-70-71-71 284 $35,520.00
Skip Kendall T24 72-71-72-69 284 $35,520.00
Neal Lancaster T24 72-70-68-74 284 $35,520.00
Brett Quigley T24 71-74-67-72 284 $35,520.00
Jerry Kelly T24 68-69-73-74 284 $35,520.00
Jesper Parnevik T24 74-69-70-71 284 $35,520.00
Robert Damron T24 71-73-68-72 284 $35,520.00
Kenichi Kuboya T24 73-69-69-73 284 $35,520.00
Charles Howell III T24 66-71-74-73 284 $35,520.00
J.J. Henry T24 69-67-73-75 284 $35,520.00
Bob Estes T34 72-69-74-70 285 $24,240.00
John Huston T34 72-72-70-71 285 $24,240.00
Ernie Els T34 70-74-70-71 285 $24,240.00
Brandt Jobe T34 71-71-69-74 285 $24,240.00
Jeff Brehaut T34 72-69-69-75 285 $24,240.00
Jay Williamson T34 74-69-69-73 285 $24,240.00
Steve Lowery T40 69-72-73-72 286 $19,200.00
Chris Riley T40 72-73-71-70 286 $19,200.00
Aaron Baddeley T40 71-71-70-74 286 $19,200.00
K.J. Choi T40 71-74-71-70 286 $19,200.00
Paul Azinger T44 73-71-73-70 287 $14,918.40
David Peoples T44 72-72-72-71 287 $14,918.40
Joe Durant T44 75-68-71-73 287 $14,918.40
Woody Austin T44 75-65-76-71 287 $14,918.40
Aaron Barber T44 71-72-71-73 287 $14,918.40
Donnie Hammond T49 70-74-74-70 288 $11,976.00
Lee Janzen T49 74-70-71-73 288 $11,976.00
Glen Hnatiuk T49 74-68-72-74 288 $11,976.00
John Rollins T49 70-73-73-72 288 $11,976.00
Olin Browne T53 74-71-69-75 289 $11,059.20
Jeff Maggert T53 70-75-71-73 289 $11,059.20
Brian Bateman T53 73-72-68-76 289 $11,059.20
Pat Bates T53 74-69-73-73 289 $11,059.20
Craig Barlow T53 71-71-71-76 289 $11,059.20
Steve Flesch T58 72-72-72-74 290 $10,608.00
Stewart Cink T58 72-72-73-73 290 $10,608.00
David Gossett T58 72-72-74-72 290 $10,608.00
Luke Donald T58 76-69-72-73 290 $10,608.00
Len Mattiace T62 70-73-75-73 291 $10,320.00
Brenden Pappas T62 73-72-73-73 291 $10,320.00
Bernhard Langer 64 71-74-73-74 292 $10,176.00
Billy Andrade T65 75-70-76-72 293 $9,984.00
Mark Wilson T65 73-72-76-72 293 $9,984.00
Hank Kuehne T65 71-69-71-82 293 $9,984.00
Mike Grob 68 72-72-75-77 296 $9,792.00
Jason Gore T69 70-75-78-76 299 $9,648.00
Rory Sabbatini T69 74-71-79-75 299 $9,648.00
Carl Paulson 71 70-74-74-82 300 $9,504.00
 
Missed Cut
Jim Carter CUT 72-74 146
Fred Funk CUT 78-68 146
J.L. Lewis CUT 74-72 146
Steve Pate CUT 74-72 146
Corey Pavin CUT 71-75 146
Joey Sindelar CUT 73-73 146
Bob Burns CUT 73-73 146
Mike Heinen CUT 75-71 146
Spike McRoy CUT 72-74 146
Dean Wilson CUT 73-73 146
Anthony Painter CUT 71-75 146
Chris Anderson CUT 75-71 146
Carl Pettersson CUT 77-69 146
Mark Brooks CUT 70-77 147
John Cook CUT 74-73 147
Billy Mayfair CUT 70-77 147
David Sutherland CUT 74-73 147
Per-Ulrik Johansson CUT 74-73 147
Ian Leggatt CUT 73-74 147
Craig Perks CUT 70-77 147
Frank Lickliter II CUT 75-72 147
Mathew Goggin CUT 74-73 147
Tim Clark CUT 75-72 147
Tommy Armour III CUT 76-72 148
Esteban Toledo CUT 75-73 148
Michael Clark II CUT 75-73 148
Tim Herron CUT 75-73 148
Todd Fischer CUT 76-72 148
Greg Chalmers CUT 76-72 148
Patrick Sheehan CUT 73-75 148
Richard S. Johnson CUT 72-76 148
Greg Kraft CUT 73-76 149
Shaun Micheel CUT 75-74 149
Ben Curtis CUT 76-73 149
John E. Morgan CUT 74-75 149
Marco Dawson CUT 73-77 150
Glen Day CUT 75-75 150
Dicky Pride CUT 74-76 150
Carlos Franco CUT 75-75 150
Brian Gay CUT 77-73 150
Notah Begay III CUT 74-76 150
Garrett Willis CUT 79-71 150
Tom Pernice, Jr. CUT 76-75 151
Gene Sauers CUT 76-75 151
Cliff Kresge CUT 75-76 151
Doug Barron CUT 75-76 151
Steven Alker CUT 77-74 151
Darron Stiles CUT 74-77 151
Rocco Mediate CUT 78-74 152
John Maginnes CUT 76-76 152
Heath Slocum CUT 79-73 152
Tom Gillis CUT 75-78 153
Phil Mickelson CUT 80-74 154
Ben Crane CUT 78-76 154
Jason Caron CUT 77-77 154
Peter Jacobsen CUT 78-77 155
Rich Beem CUT 79-76 155
Mark O'Meara CUT 80-76 156
Fulton Allem CUT 78-79 157
Chris Smith W/D 76 76
Todd Barranger W/D 82 82

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    Kang on cheating allegation: 'I did the right thing'

    By Ryan LavnerJuly 19, 2018, 1:26 pm

    CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Three weeks after his playing partner claimed that he “cheated,” taking an improper drop at the Quicken Loans National, Sung Kang insisted Thursday that he did nothing wrong.

    Joel Dahmen tweeted that Kang cheated after a lengthy dispute about where his ball had last crossed the line of a hazard. A PGA Tour official ruled in Kang’s favor. Kang made par on the hole, shot 64 and earned one of the available spots in the Open Championship.

    Kang didn’t learn of the controversy until the next day, when he received an email from a PGA Tour communications official seeking comment. He researched online what the furor was about, then issued a brief statement through the Tour (which added its own statement, saying that there was “no clear evidence” to suggest that Kang dropped incorrectly).


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    Kang said he tried to clear the air with Dahmen before the first round of last week’s John Deere Classic, but they never had the opportunity to discuss their differences.

    “I followed the rules official and I think I did the right thing,” Kang told a handful of reporters Thursday following his opening round at Carnoustie, where he shot a 2-under 69 to sit three shots off the early lead.

    Kang said he was hesitant to discuss the incident with reporters, because he said there clearly was a difference in opinions. He said he’d already told his side to South Korean news outlets but that “whatever I say, some people are going to trust it and some people are not going to trust it. Then I’ve got to think about it more and more when it’s not going to help my golf game.”

    “I really want to say a lot of things about it, the truth about what happened,” he added, “but I’m not going to say anything.”

    Kang said that he wouldn’t alter his approach when dealing with rulings in the future.

    “No. Why?” he said. “I did the right thing. There’s no point in changing.”

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    Kisner (67) enjoying 'frat' life, soccer matches with Jordan and Co.

    By Rex HoggardJuly 19, 2018, 12:49 pm

    CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – The frat house tradition continued this year at The Open, with a group of seven high-profile Americans rooming together for the week, including early first-round leader Kevin Kisner.

    Kisner explained after his opening 5-under 66 that the group – which includes Jordan Spieth, Jason Dufner, Zach Johnson, Jimmy Walker, Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler – has spent the week talking about how demanding Carnoustie is playing and enjoying the summer weather.

    “We're out there playing soccer at night and hanging out,” he said.


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    To be clear, this isn’t a proper soccer match, but instead a penalty-kick situation with all but one player taking turns trying to score.

    “I just try to smash [Dufner] in the face,” Kisner laughed. “He's the all-time goalie.”

    Although Kisner said he’s always impressed with the athletic prowess of other players, Spieth has proven himself particularly adept on the impromptu pitch.

    “Jordan scored when Duf tripped, it was hilarious,” Kisner smiled. “[Spieth] is good until he sends it over the goal four houses over, and we've got to go knock on a neighbor’s door for the soccer ball.”

    The group is actually staying in two local houses that are next to each other, one with a large enough back yard and a soccer net, but perhaps not enough soccer balls.

    “We’re going to have to Amazon Prime a couple new balls to replace the ones we lost,” Kisner said.

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    Van Rooyen continues links run with impressive 67

    By Rex HoggardJuly 19, 2018, 12:27 pm

    CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – For Erik van Rooyen familiarity has not bred contempt.

    The South African, like many European Tour players, has been on a links golf odyssey the last three weeks, playing the Irish Open, Scottish Open and this week’s Open Championship in consecutive weeks, and the crash course paid off on Day 1 at Carnoustie when he opened with a 4-under 67 to assure himself a spot among the early leaders.

    Although van Rooyen missed the cut last week just down the coast at Gullane Golf Club, he entered the final round in Ireland with a four-stroke lead.


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    “I didn't pull it off the final day,” said van Rooyen, who closed with a 74 to tie for fourth place. “I still think I played pretty well. I was nervous. That's completely normal, and I'll learn how to deal with that. I'll take that experience into tournaments like this.”

    Van Rooyen, who was alone in second place when he completed his round, began his round with back-to-back birdies and was bogey-free until the last hole. It was just what one would expect from a player who has immersed himself in links golf for the better part of a month.

    “We've been playing nice golf now the last three weeks, so definitely used to the way this course is playing, definitely used to handling the wind,” he said. “So I'll be ready.”