Final Scores and Earnings from WGC - Match Play

By Golf Channel NewsroomFebruary 28, 2005, 5:00 pm
2005 WGC Accenture Match Play
La Costa Resort and Spa
Carlsbad, Calif.
Purse $7,500,000



David Toms 1 $1,300,000.00
Chris DiMarco 2 $750,000.00
Retief Goosen 3 $560,000.00
Ian Poulter 4 $450,000.00
Robert Allenby T5 $240,000.00
Stewart Cink T5 $240,000.00
Nick O'Hern T5 $240,000.00
Adam Scott T5 $240,000.00
Jay Haas T9 $125,000.00
Davis Love III T9 $125,000.00
Phil Mickelson T9 $125,000.00
Kirk Triplett T9 $125,000.00
Chad Campbell T9 $125,000.00
Sergio Garcia T9 $125,000.00
Rory Sabbatini T9 $125,000.00
Luke Donald T9 $125,000.00
Fred Couples T17 $85,000.00
John Daly T17 $85,000.00
Tom Lehman T17 $85,000.00
Craig Parry T17 $85,000.00
Kenny Perry T17 $85,000.00
Vijay Singh T17 $85,000.00
Jerry Kelly T17 $85,000.00
Tiger Woods T17 $85,000.00
Miguel A. Jimenez T17 $85,000.00
Stuart Appleby T17 $85,000.00
Lee Westwood T17 $85,000.00
Mark Hensby T17 $85,000.00
David Howell T17 $85,000.00
Padraig Harrington T17 $85,000.00
Angel Cabrera T17 $85,000.00
Graeme McDowell T17 $85,000.00
Fred Funk T33 $35,000.00
Todd Hamilton T33 $35,000.00
Jeff Maggert T33 $35,000.00
Nick Price T33 $35,000.00
Loren Roberts T33 $35,000.00
Scott Verplank T33 $35,000.00
Stephen Ames T33 $35,000.00
Steve Flesch T33 $35,000.00
Mike Weir T33 $35,000.00
Jim Furyk T33 $35,000.00
Justin Leonard T33 $35,000.00
Thomas Bjorn T33 $35,000.00
Thomas Levet T33 $35,000.00
Shigeki Maruyama T33 $35,000.00
Tim Herron T33 $35,000.00
Darren Clarke T33 $35,000.00
Joakim Haeggman T33 $35,000.00
Jonathan Kaye T33 $35,000.00
Chris Riley T33 $35,000.00
Shingo Katayama T33 $35,000.00
Stephen Leaney T33 $35,000.00
Alex Cejka T33 $35,000.00
Richard Green T33 $35,000.00
Rod Pampling T33 $35,000.00
Peter Lonard T33 $35,000.00
Fredrik Jacobson T33 $35,000.00
Charles Howell III T33 $35,000.00
Trevor Immelman T33 $35,000.00
Tim Clark T33 $35,000.00
Zach Johnson T33 $35,000.00
K.J. Choi T33 $35,000.00
Paul Casey T33 $35,000.00
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