Final Scores and Earnings from the Nissan Open

By Golf Channel NewsroomFebruary 21, 2005, 5:00 pm
2005 Nissan Open
Riviera Country Club
Pacific Palisades, Calif.
Purse $4,800,000

Tournament shortened to 36 holes due to rain
Money official/victory not
x-won on first playoff hole

x-Adam Scott, $864,000 67-66--133 -9
Chad Campbell, $518,400 68-65--133 -9
Darren Clarke, $278,400 66-68--134 -8
Brian Davis, $278,400 65-69--134 -8
Colin Montgomerie, $182,400 71-64--135 -7
J.L. Lewis, $182,400 70-65--135 -7
Robert Allenby, $134,800 69-67--136 -6
Aaron Baddeley, $134,800 69-67--136 -6
Billy Mayfair, $134,800 70-66--136 -6
Bob Tway, $134,800 68-68--136 -6
Kevin Sutherland, $134,800 67-69--136 -6
Fred Funk, $134,800 69-67--136 -6
Luke Donald, $77,333.34 66-71--137 -5
Stephen Leaney, $77,333.34 70-67--137 -5
Rocco Mediate, $77,333.34 70-67--137 -5
Jose Coceres, $77,333.33 67-70--137 -5
Rich Beem, $77,333.33 69-68--137 -5
Tiger Woods, $77,333.33 67-70--137 -5
Lee Janzen, $77,333.33 70-67--137 -5
Bo Van Pelt, $77,333.33 70-67--137 -5
D.A. Points, $77,333.33 69-68--137 -5
Brett Quigley, $43,268.58 66-72--138 -4
Angel Cabrera, $43,268.57 69-69--138 -4
Mark Brooks, $43,268.57 70-68--138 -4
Michael Allen, $43,268.57 68-70--138 -4
Jerry Kelly, $43,268.57 68-70--138 -4
Zach Johnson, $43,268.57 70-68--138 -4
Jeff Maggert, $43,268.57 70-68--138 -4
J.J. Henry, $29,220 72-67--139 -3
Tim Clark, $29,220 70-69--139 -3
Corey Pavin, $29,220 71-68--139 -3
Tag Ridings, $29,220 70-69--139 -3
Rod Pampling, $29,220 68-71--139 -3
Brad Faxon, $29,220 71-68--139 -3
K.J. Choi, $29,220 72-67--139 -3
Brendan Jones, $29,220 71-68--139 -3
Chris Riley, $19,200 71-69--140 -2
Mike Weir, $19,200 67-73--140 -2
Jose Maria Olazabal, $19,200 68-72--140 -2
Fred Couples, $19,200 70-70--140 -2
Justin Leonard, $19,200 68-72--140 -2
Duffy Waldorf, $19,200 70-70--140 -2
Alex Cejka, $19,200 70-70--140 -2
Brandt Jobe, $19,200 69-71--140 -2
Jeff Sluman, $19,200 69-71--140 -2
Kenny Perry, $19,200 74-66--140 -2
Brian Bateman, $11,842.91 71-70--141 -1
Nick Price, $11,842.91 70-71--141 -1
James Driscoll, $11,842.91 67-74--141 -1
Billy Andrade, $11,842.91 73-68--141 -1
Patrick Sheehan, $11,842.91 70-71--141 -1
Brent Geiberger, $11,842.91 73-68--141 -1
John Daly, $11,842.91 69-72--141 -1
Lee Westwood, $11,842.91 70-71--141 -1
Charles Howell III, $11,842.91 71-70--141 -1
Hideto Tanihara, $11,842.91 72-69--141 -1
Craig Barlow, $11,842.90 70-71--141 -1
Bob Estes, $9,936 70-72--142 E
Omar Uresti, $9,936 67-75--142 E
Pat Perez, $9,936 71-71--142 E
Justin Rose, $9,936 74-68--142 E
Stuart Appleby, $9,936 73-69--142 E
Jay Haas, $9,936 72-70--142 E
Loren Roberts, $9,936 73-69--142 E
Chris DiMarco, $9,936 70-72--142 E
Scott Verplank, $9,936 73-69--142 E
Greg Owen, $9,936 75-67--142 E
Tom Gillis, $9,936 73-69--142 E
Brian Gay, $9,936 73-69--142 E
Steve Elkington, $9,936 68-74--142 E
John Elliott, $9,936 75-67--142 E
Jonathan Byrd, $9,936 71-71--142 E
Jim Furyk, $9,936 71-71--142 E
Woody Austin, $9,936 70-72--142 E
Paul Claxton, $9,936 72-70--142 E

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