Final Scores and Earnings from the Deutsche Bank

By Golf Channel NewsroomSeptember 7, 2004, 4:00 pm
Deutsche Bank Championship
TPC of Boston
Norton, Massachusetts

 
Vijay Singh 1 68 63 68 69 268 $900,000.00 
Adam Scott T2 69 67 70 65 271 $440,000.00
Tiger Woods T2 65 68 69 69 271 $440,000.00
Daniel Chopra T4 68 69 70 67 274 $220,000.00
John Rollins T4 67 66 75 66 274 $220,000.00
Hank Kuehne T6 68 68 71 68 275 $173,750.00
Shigeki Maruyama T6 68 66 71 70 275 $173,750.00
Jay Williamson 8 68 68 70 70 276 $155,000.00
Brad Faxon T9 72 69 68 68 277 $135,000.00
Bill Haas T9 69 64 71 73 277 $135,000.00
Charles Howell III T9 67 68 76 66 277 $135,000.00
Camilo Villegas 12 69 68 72 69 278 $115,000.00
David Duval T13 72 70 70 67 279 $93,750.00
Zach Johnson T13 68 72 71 68 279 $93,750.00
Dennis Paulson T13 69 70 71 69 279 $93,750.00
David Toms T13 69 71 73 66 279 $93,750.00
Dan Forsman T17 68 72 69 71 280 $70,000.00
Richard Johnson T17 70 69 73 68 280 $70,000.00
Matt Kuchar T17 69 73 70 68 280 $70,000.00
Ryan Palmer T17 65 69 74 72 280 $70,000.00
Deane Pappas T17 67 70 72 71 280 $70,000.00
Skip Kendall T22 69 69 71 72 281 $52,000.00
Neal Lancaster T22 72 69 70 70 281 $52,000.00
Tim Petrovic T22 70 68 71 72 281 $52,000.00
Todd Fischer T25 72 67 73 70 282 $39,875.00
Frank Lickliter II T25 68 67 76 71 282 $39,875.00
Hunter Mahan T25 72 69 71 70 282 $39,875.00
David Peoples T25 73 66 73 70 282 $39,875.00
Aaron Baddeley T29 68 70 74 71 283 $31,791.67
Brent Geiberger T29 72 70 70 71 283 $31,791.67
Jesper Parnevik T29 70 71 73 69 283 $31,791.67
Justin Rose T29 72 70 74 67 283 $31,791.67
Jonathan Byrd T29 66 71 72 74 283 $31,791.66
Dean Wilson T29 71 71 68 73 283 $31,791.66
Jeff Brehaut T35 71 68 78 67 284 $26,375.00
Jim Furyk T35 69 70 77 68 284 $26,375.00
John Daly T37 71 70 73 71 285 $19,500.00
Jason Dufner T37 71 69 75 70 285 $19,500.00
Ken Green T37 72 68 74 71 285 $19,500.00
Mike Heinen T37 72 70 74 69 285 $19,500.00
J.J. Henry T37 70 71 75 69 285 $19,500.00
Mark Hensby T37 69 70 73 73 285 $19,500.00
Lee Janzen T37 70 69 74 72 285 $19,500.00
Kent Jones T37 71 68 74 72 285 $19,500.00
Arron Oberholser T37 70 69 71 75 285 $19,500.00
Jeff Sluman T37 70 68 77 70 285 $19,500.00
Hidemichi Tanaka T37 70 72 72 71 285 $19,500.00
John Senden T48 71 69 79 68 287 $12,428.58
Cameron Beckman T48 66 71 76 74 287 $12,428.57
Jason Bohn T48 72 70 73 72 287 $12,428.57
Tim Clark T48 70 67 75 75 287 $12,428.57
Robert Gamez T48 71 71 74 71 287 $12,428.57
Steve Pate T48 71 71 72 73 287 $12,428.57
Craig Perks T48 67 71 74 75 287 $12,428.57
Danny Briggs T55 68 73 73 74 288 $11,350.00
Trevor Immelman T55 71 70 74 73 288 $11,350.00
Billy Mayfair T55 67 72 77 72 288 $11,350.00
Joey Sindelar T55 72 69 74 73 288 $11,350.00
Michael Allen T59 72 69 77 71 289 $11,000.00
Robert Damron T59 69 72 71 77 289 $11,000.00
Mark Wilson T59 73 68 73 75 289 $11,000.00
Briny Baird T62 72 69 76 73 290 $10,700.00
Ben Crane T62 69 72 75 74 290 $10,700.00
Danny Ellis T62 72 68 74 76 290 $10,700.00
Bob Burns T65 71 66 77 77 291 $10,450.00
Harrison Frazar T65 70 71 74 76 291 $10,450.00
Pat Bates 67 70 72 78 73 293 $10,300.00
Brian Kortan 68 72 70 74 78 294 $10,200.00
Guy Boros 69 72 70 74 79 295 $10,100.00
Mark O'Meara 70 66 74 82 76 298 $10,000.00

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Watch: Hahn slam-dunks ace on 11th hole

By Golf Channel DigitalJune 23, 2018, 7:20 pm

There are aces, and there are slam-dunk aces. No question which one this one by James Hahn on the 154-yard 11th hole was.

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Els' nephew Rebula wins Amateur Championship

By Golf Channel DigitalJune 23, 2018, 7:05 pm

Ernie Els is one proud uncle.

His nephew, Jovan Rebula, won the Amateur Championship on Saturday at Royal Aberdeen to become the first South African to capture the title since Bobby Cole in 1966.

Rebula, a junior at Auburn, will join his famous uncle in Carnoustie next month for The Open. He also will get invites to the 2019 Masters and the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.

Rebula defeated Ireland's Robin Dawson, 3 and 2, in the 36-hole final.

"It’s unreal," Rebula said. "It’s really something that is hard to describe. I feel like many have been in this position before but it’s an unreal feeling. It hasn’t sunk in quite yet but hopefully tomorrow morning I can wake up and I will feel a little different."

Rebula received plenty of texts from Els throughout the week, and the encouragement paid off. Rebula opened a 1-up lead after 18 holes, and he extended his advantage by winning the 26th and 27th holes. He was 5 up with six to play before finally closing out Dawson on the 16th hole with an up-and-down from the bunker.

"It’s been a long week and especially today," Rebula said. "I should have finished maybe a couple of holes earlier, but it’s been awesome. A very tiring week. I’m standing here right now and there’s so much adrenaline pumping through me."

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Squirrel gets Rory's round off to a rocky start

By Will GrayJune 23, 2018, 6:42 pm

CROMWELL, Conn. – Rory McIlroy’s third round at the Travelers Championship got off to a peculiar start before he even hit a shot.

McIlroy had just been introduced on the first tee at TPC River Highlands and was ready to unload on his opening drive of the day when a squirrel ran across the tee box a few feet in front of him.

McIlroy stopped his swing and laughed it off, but the squirrel continued to linger for several seconds, criss-crossing from one side of the packed tee box to the other. And while this was no black cat, the pump-fake to start his round didn’t exactly help the Ulsterman.

McIlroy ultimately blocked his drive into the right rough after enduring his brief rodent delay en route to an opening bogey, and amid soft conditions at TPC River Highlands he played his first five holes in 2 over. McIlroy started the day at 7 under, three shots behind leader Brian Harman.

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Kaymer in six-way tie for BMW International lead

By Associated PressJune 23, 2018, 5:29 pm

PULHEIM, Germany - Danish golfer Lucas Bjerregaard shot a 5-under 67 to equal the week's lowest round for a six-way share of the lead after the third round of the BMW International Open on Saturday.

Bjerregaard had eight birdies, a double bogey and a bogey to finish on 5-under 211 - jumping 23 places and joining local favorites Martin Kaymer and Maximilian Kieffer, England's Chris Paisley and Aaron Rai, and Australia's Scott Hend at the top of the leaderboard.

Bjerregaard was fortunate to play before the wind picked up again later in the afternoon.


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Kaymer, the 2008 champion, delighted the home supporters with two birdies in his last three holes for a 71.

Finland's Mikko Korhonen and Chile's Nico Geyger were one shot off the lead after rounds of 69 and 73, respectively.

Defending champion Andres Romero equaled the week's best round (67) to be among a large group two shots off the lead going into Sunday, including three-time European Tour winner Andy Sullivan.

Romero is bidding to be the first player to retain the title.