Final Scores and Earnings from the Colonial

By Golf Channel NewsroomMay 23, 2005, 4:00 pm

Ft. Worth, Texas
Colonial Country Club
Purse $5,600,000


Kenny Perry, $1,008,000 65-63-64-69--261 -19
Billy Mayfair, $604,800 67-66-66-69--268 -12
Joe Durant, $291,200 71-63-69-66--269 -11
David Toms, $291,200 69-66-68-66--269 -11
Peter Lonard, $291,200 69-66-65-69--269 -11
Tim Petrovic, $163,600 71-69-66-64--270 -10
Rory Sabbatini, $163,600 67-69-68-66--270 -10
Scott Hend, $163,600 68-67-68-67--270 -10
Bernhard Langer, $163,600 68-69-66-67--270 -10
Aaron Baddeley, $163,600 69-66-67-68--270 -10
Brandt Jobe, $163,600 65-69-67-69--270 -10
Rod Pampling, $163,600 66-67-68-69--270 -10
Justin Rose, $108,266.67 68-68-71-64--271 -9
Ted Purdy, $108,266.67 66-65-71-69--271 -9
Steve Stricker, $108,266.66 68-65-66-72--271 -9
Fredrik Jacobson, $95,200 68-69-65-70--272 -8
Kevin Na, $81,200 65-71-71-66--273 -7
Ben Crane, $81,200 69-66-70-68--273 -7
Bo Van Pelt, $81,200 70-67-68-68--273 -7
Kirk Triplett, $81,200 66-66-72-69--273 -7
Tom Purtzer, $58,240 71-70-69-64--274 -6
K.J. Choi, $58,240 69-66-70-69--274 -6
Arron Oberholser, $58,240 68-67-70-69--274 -6
Bob Tway, $58,240 67-69-69-69--274 -6
Tim Clark, $58,240 71-64-69-70--274 -6
Zach Johnson, $40,600 71-68-70-66--275 -5
Stuart Appleby, $40,600 68-69-71-67--275 -5
Phil Mickelson, $40,600 71-69-68-67--275 -5
Justin Leonard, $40,600 67-69-69-70--275 -5
Jim Furyk, $40,600 69-68-67-71--275 -5
Corey Pavin, $40,600 70-66-68-71--275 -5
Heath Slocum, $30,986.67 68-72-69-67--276 -4
Loren Roberts, $30,986.67 68-67-73-68--276 -4
Shigeki Maruyama, $30,986.67 69-70-69-68--276 -4
Scott Verplank, $30,986.67 71-69-68-68--276 -4
Jeff Sluman, $30,986.66 68-70-68-70--276 -4
Jeff Maggert, $30,986.66 73-66-67-70--276 -4
Brian Bateman, $23,520 64-72-74-67--277 -3
Stephen Ames, $23,520 73-68-68-68--277 -3
Arjun Atwal, $23,520 70-65-69-73--277 -3
John Senden, $23,520 70-68-66-73--277 -3
D.J. Trahan, $23,520 64-67-71-75--277 -3
Geoff Ogilvy, $23,520 71-67-64-75--277 -3
Tom Lehman, $16,528 72-68-70-68--278 -2
Hunter Mahan, $16,528 72-67-70-69--278 -2
Steve Jones, $16,528 69-68-71-70--278 -2
Hunter Haas, $16,528 73-67-67-71--278 -2
Pat Perez, $16,528 71-67-69-71--278 -2
Stephen Leaney, $16,528 66-69-71-72--278 -2
Harrison Frazar, $16,528 66-70-70-72--278 -2
Joe Ogilvie, $13,178.67 71-68-74-66--279 -1
Jesper Parnevik, $13,178.67 69-72-71-67--279 -1
Jonathan Byrd, $13,178.67 67-71-73-68--279 -1
Mark Brooks, $13,178.67 71-67-71-70--279 -1
Skip Kendall, $13,178.66 67-70-72-70--279 -1
Jason Allred, $13,178.66 69-72-67-71--279 -1
Hank Kuehne, $12,432 71-70-71-68--280 E
Brian Gay, $12,432 71-70-70-69--280 E
Daniel Chopra, $12,432 73-67-71-69--280 E
Stewart Cink, $12,432 72-67-69-72--280 E
Bart Bryant, $12,432 70-71-67-72--280 E
Jonathan Kaye, $11,984 73-67-72-69--281 +1
Bob Estes, $11,984 71-68-71-71--281 +1
Kevin Sutherland, $11,984 70-69-70-72--281 +1
Craig Perks, $11,704 73-67-72-70--282 +2
Briny Baird, $11,704 69-65-75-73--282 +2
Fred Funk, $11,480 71-69-73-70--283 +3
Andrew Magee, $11,480 70-71-66-76--283 +3
Ryan Palmer, $11,256 70-70-72-72--284 +4
Robert Gamez, $11,256 71-70-71-72--284 +4
Frank Lickliter II, $11,032 70-70-73-72--285 +5
Patrick Sheehan, $11,032 62-72-75-76--285 +5

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