Final Scores and Earnings from the US Bank

By Golf Channel NewsroomJuly 31, 2006, 4:00 pm
US Bank Championship in MilwaukeeBrown Deer Park Golf Course
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Purse $4 million
Par 70

Corey Pavin, $720,000 61-64-68-67--260
Jerry Kelly, $432,000 64-67-64-67--262
Jeff Sluman, $272,000 66-65-68-64--263
D.J. Trahan, $176,000 66-65-65-69--265
Frank Lickliter II, $176,000 66-66-64-69--265
Woody Austin, $134,000 70-68-63-65--266
Joey Sindelar, $134,000 67-65-67-67--266
Billy Andrade, $134,000 65-67-66-68--266
Dicky Pride, $104,000 68-67-69-63--267
Dean Wilson, $104,000 66-70-68-63--267
K.J. Choi, $104,000 67-67-69-64--267
Nathan Green, $104,000 67-64-67-69--267
Jason Day, $80,000 68-64-70-66--268
Shaun Micheel, $80,000 68-65-65-70--268
Kenny Perry, $68,000 70-68-66-65--269
Bob May, $68,000 66-68-67-68--269
Fred Funk, $68,000 67-68-67-67--269
Jeff Gove, $50,400 74-63-68-65--270
Kent Jones, $50,400 68-66-71-65--270
Ian Leggatt, $50,400 71-65-68-66--270
Chris Riley, $50,400 67-65-70-68--270
Tommy Armour III, $50,400 66-68-68-68--270
Chris Couch, $50,400 70-65-65-70--270
Alex Cejka, $31,657.15 67-70-68-66--271
Stewart Cink, $31,657.15 68-68-69-66--271
Jimmy Walker, $31,657.14 70-67-67-67--271
Brett Wetterich, $31,657.14 69-69-66-67--271
Cameron Beckman, $31,657.14 65-72-66-68--271
Nick O'Hern, $31,657.14 71-65-67-68--271
Jason Bohn, $31,657.14 65-64-71-71--271
Bill Glasson, $22,685.72 69-69-67-67--272
Tom Pernice, Jr., $22,685.72 72-65-69-66--272
John Huston, $22,685.72 67-67-69-69--272
Stephen Leaney, $22,685.71 69-66-68-69--272
Brett Quigley, $22,685.71 71-65-67-69--272
Omar Uresti, $22,685.71 68-70-70-64--272
Richard S. Johnson, $22,685.71 69-65-67-71--272
John Cook, $16,400 71-64-70-68--273
Kevin Sutherland, $16,400 72-65-69-67--273
Len Mattiace, $16,400 68-70-68-67--273
Duffy Waldorf, $16,400 68-68-67-70--273
David Frost, $16,400 65-66-71-71--273
John Riegger, $16,400 66-71-65-71--273
Mike Small, $16,400 68-68-72-65--273
Robert Gamez, $11,211.43 68-67-70-69--274
Bubba Watson, $11,211.43 68-67-70-69--274
Scott Verplank, $11,211.43 69-68-68-69--274
Tag Ridings, $11,211.43 67-70-69-68--274
Dudley Hart, $11,211.43 70-64-72-68--274
Steve Stricker, $11,211.43 68-70-69-67--274
Hunter Mahan, $11,211.42 69-69-71-65--274
Jay Delsing, $9,280 68-70-66-71--275
Todd Fischer, $9,280 66-70-70-69--275
David Branshaw, $9,280 69-67-68-71--275
Arjun Atwal, $9,280 64-69-73-69--275
Bob Estes, $9,280 69-68-66-72--275
Matt Gogel, $9,280 68-70-69-68--275
Brian Gay, $8,840 70-64-72-70--276
Paul Stankowski, $8,840 70-66-67-73--276
Mark Wilson, $8,840 69-66-72-69--276
Chris Smith, $8,840 63-72-72-69--276
Joe Durant, $8,520 71-67-69-70--277
Jerry Smith, $8,520 68-69-72-68--277
Briny Baird, $8,520 69-68-72-68--277
Shane Bertsch, $8,520 68-70-71-68--277
Bubba Dickerson, $8,240 66-68-73-71--278
Ron Whittaker, $8,240 70-67-72-69--278
Lee Janzen, $8,240 66-71-73-68--278
Jason Schultz, $7,880 67-69-70-73--279
David McKenzie, $7,880 70-68-68-73--279
Dan Forsman, $7,880 69-69-68-73--279
Kris Cox, $7,880 70-65-73-71--279
Mark Calcavecchia, $7,880 69-68-71-71--279
Charles Warren, $7,880 69-68-73-69--279
Skip Kendall, $7,560 65-70-71-74--280
Scott Gump, $7,560 66-70-72-72--280
Larry Mize, $7,400 68-70-69-74--281
David Roesch, $7,400 68-68-74-71--281
Garrett Willis, $7,280 66-72-75-69--282
Matt Hansen, $7,200 68-70-73-73--284
Nicholas Thompson, $7,120 67-68-72-80--287
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    McIlroy, Rahm betting co-favorites after Open Round 1

    By Will GrayJuly 19, 2018, 10:10 pm

    They're both three shots off the lead, but after starting The Open with rounds in the 60s Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm are now betting co-favorites to lift the claret jug at Carnoustie.

    McIlroy is four years removed from his Open triumph at Royal Liverpool, while Rahm remains in search of his first major title. Both carded rounds of 2-under 69 in Scotland to sit three shots off the lead of Kevin Kisner. While McIlroy started the tournament at 16/1 and Rahm at 20/1, they're now dead even at 10/1 in updated odds at the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook.

    Kisner started the week at 200/1, but after an opening-round 66 he's quickly been trimmed to 25/1. Tony Finau sits one shot behind Kisner and is now listed behind only McIlroy and Rahm at 12/1 after starting the tournament at 60/1.

    On the other side of the coin, consensus pre-tournament betting favorite Dustin Johnson fell from 12/1 to 100/1 following an opening 76 while Masters champ Patrick Reed shot a 4-over 75 to plummet from 30/1 to 200/1. Trailing by five shots following an opening-round 71, Tiger Woods' odds remained unchanged at 25/1 as he seeks a 15th career major title.

    Here's a look at the revised betting odds heading into the second round at Carnoustie:

    10/1: Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm

    12/1: Tony Finau

    14/1: Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler

    20/1: Francesco Molinari

    25/1: Tiger Woods, Alex Noren, Henrik Stenson, Kevin Kisner

    30/1: Jordan Spieth, Zach Johnson, Tommy Fleetwood, Justin Rose, Brooks Koepka

    40/1: Ryan Moore, Jason Day

    50/1: Erik Van Rooyen, Brandon Stone, Matt Kuchar

    60/1: Danny Willett, Thomas Pieters, Marc Leishman, Thorbjorn Olesen, Russell Henley, Matthew Southgate

    80/1: Webb Simpson, Adam Scott, Patrick Cantlay, Brendan Steele, Kevin Na

    100/1: Dustin Johnson, Zander Lombard, Sung Kang, Paul Casey, Louis Oosthuizen, Xander Schauffele, Chris Wood, Pat Perez, Luke List, Charley Hoffman

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    Despite 78, Lincicome savors PGA Tour experience

    By Randall MellJuly 19, 2018, 9:41 pm

    Two bad holes derailed Brittany Lincicome in her historic start Thursday at the Barbasol Championship, but they couldn’t wipe the smile off her face afterward.

    It might have been the most fun she ever had shooting a 78.

    Lincicome joined Babe Zaharias, Shirley Spork, Annika Sorenstam, Suzy Whaley and Michelle Wie as the only women to tee it up in a PGA Tour event when she striped her opening tee shot down the middle Thursday at Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville, Ky.

    A double bogey at her ninth hole and a triple at her 16th might have spoiled her chances at joining Zaharias as the only women to make a 36-hole cut in a PGA Tour event, but it didn’t spoil her experience.

    “I did what I wanted to do, with having fun,” Lincicome said. “I think I nailed that part pretty well.

    “I love playing with the guys. It's so much fun, being inside the ropes with them. Hopefully, I can get a good one tomorrow.”

    Lincicome, 32, held her own for 16 holes, playing them in 1 over par, but those two big numbers left her tied for last place when she signed her scorecard, though other players remained on the course.

    At 6 over, Lincicome is 13 shots behind the leader, probably seven or eight shots off the projected cut line, but she savored the experience. She arrived wanting to inspire young girls to dream big, and to bring some extra attention to a title sponsor who means so much to her. She represents Pure Silk, part of the Barbasol family.

    Sam Ryder, who joined Conrad Shindler playing alongside Lincicome, was impressed with the way Lincicome carried herself.

    “I would play with her every day if she wanted to,” said Ryder, who opened with a 68. “She's just a great person.

    “Even though I know she's probably a little disappointed with her final score, she had a smile on her face all day.”

    Lincicome, an eight-time LPGA winner, made her first birdie at her 12th hole, dropping a 30-foot putt, but she wasn’t happy with her putter much of the day. She missed three other good birdie chances, a 4-footer at her eighth hole, an 8-footer at her 10th and a 12-footer at the last.

    “Pretty happy with my game overall,” Lincicome said. “I had two bad holes, but I drove it well. I did all the things I said I needed to do, but my putter let me down today.”

    After piping her first drive, Lincicome opened with three consecutive pars.

    “I was actually calmer than I thought I was going to be,” she said. “I thought I was going to be a nervous wreck. After the first tee shot, I was pretty happy that I found the fairway.”

    Lincicome said Ryder and Shindler made her feel welcome. So did the crowds.

    “It was great,” she said. “I could feel the energy of the crowd support me. Every time I hit a good driver or good shot, they would cheer for me, which was great.

    “Conrad and Sam were so nice. I couldn't have asked for a better pairing. They were very welcoming, and we were interacting, they were asking me questions, and it was great.”

    On Tuesday, Lincicome said a key to her play would be hitting fairways. She did that, hitting 10 of 14, but she was taking in longer clubs than she does in LPGA events, with Keene Trace set up at 7,168 yards. That’s 600 yards longer than she played last week at the LPGA’s Marathon Classic, where she finished second. She hit just 8 greens in regulation in this PGA Tour start.

    Lincicome is nicknamed “Bam Bam.” She is one of the LPGA’s longest drivers, but she was typically 30 to 40 yards behind Ryder and Shindler after hitting her driver. She averaged 259 yards per drive, Ryder 289 yards.

    “She had a couple birdie putts that she could have made,” Ryder said. “If she made a couple of those, might've been a little bit different, just to get a little bit of momentum. Who knows?”

    Lincicome’s biggest challenges were the par 3s.

    At the 18th, playing 195 yards, she mis-hit her tee shot, knocking it in the water, short of the green. She took a penalty, moved up to a forward tee, dropped and hit into a right greenside bunker. She got up and down from there for a 5.

    At the seventh, playing 198 yards, she missed wild right and deep. From a tough spot in the rough, she left her pitch short of the green. She chipped her third past the hole and to the fringe, where she took three putts from 20 feet.

    Afterward, Lincicome wasn’t dwelling on the bad shots. She was focused on going to sign autographs for all the fans waiting for her, including all the little girls who came out to see her.

    “I need to go back over there and sign,” she said. “Any time I can influence a child, especially a girl, obviously I want to get them involved with the LPGA, as much as possible.”

    Her overall assessment of her day?

    “It was a great experience,” she said.

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    Watch: Full replays of The Open coverage

    By Golf Channel DigitalJuly 19, 2018, 8:55 pm

    NBC Sports and Golf Channel are showcasing nearly 50 hours of live coverage of the 147th Open. Missed anything? Well, you can catch up right here. Click on the links below for replays from Carnoustie, broken down into daily segments:

    Thursday, Day 1 (Times ET)

    Noon-4PM (Watch): Tiger Woods was up and down in the afternoon, as winds picked up a little and no one could catch Kevin Kisner. Click here or on the image below to watch. Also, click here to watch the full replay of the early marquee group: Woods, Russell Knox and Hideki Matsuyama.

    1:30-8:25AM (Watch): Defending champion Jordan Spieth got off to a good start, while Kevin Kisner (66) set the early pace. Click here or on the image below to watch. Also, click here to watch the full replay of the early marquee group: Rickie Fowler, Jon Rahm and Chris Wood.

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    Knox relishes round with 'mythical figure' Woods

    By Ryan LavnerJuly 19, 2018, 8:48 pm

    CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Russell Knox was expecting the worst and hoping for the best Thursday at The Open.

    Playing with Tiger Woods tends to have that effect.

    The native Scot received a treat earlier this week when he saw his name on the tee sheet alongside his boyhood idol, Woods.

    “Felt good out there, but obviously my swing, it was just like I had too much tension,” Knox said after an opening 73. “I just wasn’t letting it go as normal. First round with Tiger, I expected to feel a little bit different. The way I felt was better than the way I swung.”

    Knox said that he was nervous playing alongside Woods, a player he’d only encountered on the range. “He’s almost like a mythical figure,” he said.

    But after a while, he settled into the rhythm of the round at Carnoustie.

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    “I thought it would be worse,” he said, “I feel like I should know what I’m doing. It’s cool playing with Tiger, but I’ve got to get over that. I’m here to win, not just enjoy my walk around the course.”

    Knox probably had more interaction with Woods than he anticipated, if only because the third member of the group, Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama, keeps to himself because of the language barrier.

    “It’s kind of a blur,” Knox said. “It’s like, Oh, I’m chatting away with Tiger here like normal. I don’t even remember what I was saying.”

    There have been countless stories from this year as the next generation of players – guys who grew up watching Woods dominate the sport – get paired with Woods for the first time.

    It was no less special for Knox on Thursday.

    “It’s nice for him to say things like that,” Woods said, “and we enjoyed playing with each other. Hopefully we’ll play a little bit better tomorrow.”