Final Scores and Earnings from the Western

By Golf Channel NewsroomJuly 4, 2005, 4:00 pm
Cog Hill G&CC
Lemont, Ill.
Par 71
Purse $5,000,000

 

Jim Furyk 1 64 70 67 69 270 $900,000.00
Tiger Woods 2 73 66 67 66 272 $540,000.00
Ben Curtis 3 64 71 66 74 275 $340,000.00
Billy Mayfair 4 72 69 67 68 276 $240,000.00
Pat Perez T5 74 66 67 70 277 $190,000.00
Brett Quigley T5 69 69 69 70 277 $190,000.00
Charles Warren T7 71 69 70 68 278 $155,833.34
Shaun Micheel T7 71 67 68 72 278 $155,833.33
Heath Slocum T7 72 70 67 69 278 $155,833.33
Tim Herron T10 68 66 70 75 279 $125,000.00
Fredrik Jacobson T10 73 68 70 68 279 $125,000.00
Bob Tway T10 74 68 68 69 279 $125,000.00
Chris Couch T13 66 67 74 73 280 $96,666.67
Craig Perks T13 67 71 70 72 280 $96,666.67
Vijay Singh T13 72 70 65 73 280 $96,666.66
Robert Allenby T16 66 75 72 68 281 $75,000.00
Marco Dawson T16 73 68 70 70 281 $75,000.00
Todd Fischer T16 64 72 75 70 281 $75,000.00
Mark Hensby T16 75 65 69 72 281 $75,000.00
D.J. Trahan T16 71 69 69 72 281 $75,000.00
James Driscoll T21 68 74 70 70 282 $48,357.15
Hunter Mahan T21 70 71 71 70 282 $48,357.15
Alex Cejka T21 71 70 70 71 282 $48,357.14
Steve Flesch T21 69 67 73 73 282 $48,357.14
Brian Gay T21 68 70 70 74 282 $48,357.14
Jerry Kelly T21 70 70 69 73 282 $48,357.14
Duffy Waldorf T21 69 65 74 74 282 $48,357.14
Stuart Appleby T28 67 71 72 73 283 $33,250.00
Luke Donald T28 70 72 73 68 283 $33,250.00
David Hearn T28 71 70 69 73 283 $33,250.00
D.A. Points T28 70 70 71 72 283 $33,250.00
Joey Sindelar T28 68 72 73 70 283 $33,250.00
Chris Smith T28 69 71 70 73 283 $33,250.00
Stephen Ames T34 70 71 73 70 284 $25,250.00
Robert Damron T34 71 71 72 70 284 $25,250.00
Bernhard Langer T34 73 68 71 72 284 $25,250.00
Sean O'Hair T34 70 71 75 68 284 $25,250.00
Geoff Ogilvy T34 72 70 72 70 284 $25,250.00
Scott Verplank T34 69 70 71 74 284 $25,250.00
Jonathan Byrd T40 71 67 71 76 285 $16,300.00
Chad Campbell T40 66 71 72 76 285 $16,300.00
Bob Estes T40 69 72 73 71 285 $16,300.00
Robert Gamez T40 68 71 72 74 285 $16,300.00
Neal Lancaster T40 70 70 69 76 285 $16,300.00
Frank Lickliter II T40 72 67 75 71 285 $16,300.00
Scott McCarron T40 70 67 72 76 285 $16,300.00
Scott Piercy T40 72 69 72 72 285 $16,300.00
Ted Purdy T40 72 66 75 72 285 $16,300.00
John Senden T40 73 69 72 71 285 $16,300.00
Camilo Villegas T40 73 68 71 73 285 $16,300.00
Brett Wetterich T40 69 71 74 71 285 $16,300.00
Joe Durant T52 72 67 73 74 286 $11,900.00
Roland Thatcher T52 70 70 69 77 286 $11,900.00
Mark Calcavecchia T54 70 72 70 75 287 $11,550.00
Todd Hamilton T54 70 71 68 78 287 $11,550.00
K.J. Choi T56 71 69 75 73 288 $11,250.00
Harrison Frazar T56 66 74 73 75 288 $11,250.00
J.J. Henry T56 70 72 75 71 288 $11,250.00
Joey Snyder III T56 69 72 71 76 288 $11,250.00
Woody Austin T60 70 69 75 75 289 $10,900.00
Kent Jones T60 68 73 72 76 289 $10,900.00
Franklin Langham T60 71 71 74 73 289 $10,900.00
Chris Anderson T63 72 67 77 74 290 $10,650.00
Brandt Jobe T63 71 71 70 78 290 $10,650.00
John Cook 65 73 68 78 73 292 $10,500.00
Jim Carter 66 71 70 76 76 293 $10,400.00
Michael Long T67 71 69 75 80 295 $10,250.00
Ryan Palmer T67 70 71 74 80 295 $10,250.00
John Huston 69 69 73 78 77 297 $10,100.00
Mike Small 70 69 73 78 80 300 $10,000.00
 
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