Final Scores Earnings from the US Open

By Golf Channel NewsroomJune 20, 2005, 4:00 pm

Pinehurst No. 2
Pinehurst, N.C.
Par 70
Purse: $6,250,000

 

Michael Campbell, $1,170,000 71-69-71-69-280 E
 
Tiger Woods, $700,000 70-71-72-69-282 +2
 
Sergio Garcia, $320,039 71-69-75-70-285 +5
 
Tim Clark, $320,039 76-69-70-70-285 +5
 
Mark Hensby, $320,039 71-68-72-74-285 +5
 
Davis Love III, $187,813 77-70-70-69-286 +6
 
Rocco Mediate, $187,813 67-74-74-71-286 +6
 
Vijay Singh, $187,813 70-70-74-72-286 +6
 
Nick Price, $150,834 72-71-72-72-287 +7
 
Arron Oberholser, $150,834 76-67-71-73-287 +7
 
Bob Estes, $123,857 70-73-75-70-288 +8
 
Corey Pavin, $123,857 73-72-70-73-288 +8
 
Peter Hedblom, $123,857 77-66-70-75-288 +8
 
Retief Goosen, $123,857 68-70-69-81-288 +8
 
Stewart Cink, $88,120 73-74-73-69-289 +9
 
Fred Couples, $88,120 71-74-74-70-289 +9
 
Ernie Els, $88,120 71-76-72-70-289 +9
 
Ryuji Imada, $88,120 77-68-73-71-289 +9
 
John Cook, $88,120 71-76-70-72-289 +9
 
Peter Jacobsen, $88,120 72-73-69-75-289 +9
 
K.J. Choi, $88,120 69-70-74-76-289 +9
 
David Toms, $88,120 70-72-70-77-289 +9
 
Fred Funk, $59,633 73-71-76-70-290 +10
 
Justin Leonard, $59,633 76-71-70-73-290 +10
 
Paul Claxton, $59,633 72-72-72-74-290 +10
 
Kenny Perry, $59,633 75-70-71-74-290 +10
 
Olin Browne, $59,633 67-71-72-80-290 +10
 
a-Matt Every 75-73-73-70-291 +11
 
Geoff Ogilvy, $44,486 72-74-71-74-291 +11
 
Jim Furyk, $44,486 71-70-75-75-291 +11
 
Adam Scott, $44,486 70-71-74-76-291 +11
 
Steve Allan, $44,486 72-69-73-77-291 +11
 
Steve Elkington, $35,759 74-69-79-70-292 +12
 
Brandt Jobe, $35,759 68-73-79-72-292 +12
 
Phil Mickelson, $35,759 69-77-72-74-292 +12
 
Bernhard Langer, $35,759 74-73-71-74-292 +12
 
Angel Cabrera, $35,759 71-73-73-75-292 +12
 
Ted Purdy, $35,759 73-71-73-75-292 +12
 
Shigeki Maruyama, $35,759 71-74-72-75-292 +12
 
Tim Herron, $35,759 74-73-70-75-292 +12
 
Lee Westwood, $35,759 68-72-73-79-292 +12
 
Mike Weir, $26,223 75-72-75-71-293 +13
 
Tom Pernice, $26,223 74-73-73-73-293 +13
 
Chad Campbell, $26,223 77-71-72-73-293 +13
 
Peter Lonard, $26,223 71-74-74-74-293 +13
 
Rob Rashell, $26,223 74-72-73-74-293 +13
 
Colin Montgomerie, $26,223 72-75-72-74-293 +13
 
Paul McGinley, $26,223 76-72-71-74-293 +13
 
J.L. Lewis, $20,275 75-73-76-70-294 +14
 
Nick O'Hern, $20,275 72-71-78-73-294 +14
 
Jason Gore, $20,275 71-67-72-84-294 +14
 
Richard Green, $17,667 72-72-78-73-295 +15
 
Soren Kjeldsen, $17,667 74-71-77-73-295 +15
 
Thomas Levet, $17,667 75-73-73-74-295 +15
 
Thomas Bjorn, $17,667 71-74-75-75-295 +15
 
Nick Dougherty, $17,667 72-74-74-75-295 +15
 
Frank Lickliter II, $15,223 75-73-78-70-296 +16
 
a-Ryan Moore 75-73-75-73-296 +16
 
J.J. Henry, $15,223 73-73-76-74-296 +16
 
Lee Janzen, $15,223 74-74-74-74-296 +16
 
Tommy Armour III, $15,223 70-72-79-75-296 +16
 
Jonathan Lomas, $15,223 72-74-75-75-296 +16
 
Ian Poulter, $15,223 77-69-74-76-296 +16
 
Steve Jones, $15,223 69-74-74-79-296 +16
 
Keiichiro Fukabori, $15,223 74-67-75-80-296 +16
 
Luke Donald, $15,223 69-73-74-80-296 +16
 
Michael Allen, $13,553 73-72-77-75-297 +17
 
Steve Flesch, $13,553 72-71-78-76-297 +17
 
John Mallinger, $13,553 74-72-73-78-297 +17
 
Bill Glasson, $13,553 74-73-71-79-297 +17
 
Stephen Ames, $12,551 71-75-76-76-298 +18
 
Rory Sabbatini, $12,551 72-74-76-76-298 +18
 
D.J. Brigman, $12,551 74-73-75-76-298 +18
 
J.P. Hayes, $12,551 77-71-74-76-298 +18John Daly, $11,674 74-72-77-76-299 +19
 
Omar Uresti, $11,674 75-73-75-76-299 +19
 
Charles Howell, $11,674 77-68-73-81-299 +19
 
Bob Tway, $11,048 71-75-79-75-300 +20
 
Jeff Maggert, $11,048 72-75-75-78-300 +20
 
Chris Nallen, $10,547 76-72-78-75-301 +21
 
Graeme McDowell, $10,547 74-74-72-81-301 +21
 
Craig Barlow, $10,171 76-71-76-80-303 +23
 
Jerry Kelly, $9,921 76-71-78-80-305 +25


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    Bubba gets inked by Brooks, meets Tebow

    By Grill Room TeamJune 18, 2018, 5:40 pm

    Bubba Watson missed the cut at Shinnecock Hills following rounds of 77-74, but that didn't stop him from enjoying his weekend.

    Watson played alongside Jason Day and eventual champion Brooks Koepka in Rounds 1 and 2, and somehow this body ink slipped by us on Thursday.

    Got autographed by defending @usopengolf Champ @bkoepka!! #NeverShoweringAgain

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    And while we're sure Bubba would have rather been in contention over the weekend, we're also sure that taking your son to meet the second most famous minor-league baseball player who ever lived was a lot more fun than getting your teeth kicked in by Shinnecock Hills over the weekend, as just about everyone not named Brooks Koepka and Tommy Fleetwood did.

    Already in Hartford, Watson will be going for his third Travelers Championship trophy this week, following wins in 2010 and 2015.

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    Phil rubs fan's Donald Duck hat seven times, signs it

    By Nick MentaJune 18, 2018, 3:09 pm

    There is a case to be made that what Phil Mickelson did on Saturday made a mockery of a major championship and was worthy of derision.

    There is also a case to be made that the USGA's setup of Shinnecock Hills made a mockery of a major championship and was worthy of derision.

    Whatever you think about what Mickelson did on Saturday - and how he attempted to justify it after the fact without even a hint of remorse - watch this video.

    The next time you hear someone say, "If anybody else had putted a moving ball on purpose and not apologized for it, it would get a different reaction," you can point to this video and say, "Yeah, here's why."

    Here's what happened once a still-strident Mickelson was done rubbing Donald Duck hats on Sunday, per Ryan Lavner:

    If you’re wondering whether Mickelson would be defiant or contrite on Sunday, we don’t know the answer. He declined to stop and speak with the media, deciding instead to sign autographs for more than a half hour and then offering a few short answers before ducking into player hospitality.

    “The real question is, ‘What am I going to do next?’” he said. “I don’t know.”

    The 2024 Ryder Cup at Bethpage is going to be a three-ring circus, and Mickelson, a likely choice to captain the U.S. team, will be the ringmaster.

    Separately, shoutout to 2017 Latin Am champ Toto Gana, who does a terrific Donald Duck (skip to end).

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    Ryder Cup race: Mickelson out, Simpson in

    By Will GrayJune 18, 2018, 2:34 pm

    There's a new man at the top of the U.S. Ryder Cup race following the U.S. Open, and there's also a familiar name now on the outside looking in.

    Brooks Koepka's successful title defense vaulted him to the top of the American points race, up four spots and ensuring he'll be on the team Jim Furyk takes to Paris in September. Dustin Johnson's third-place finish moved him past Patrick Reed at No. 2, while Webb Simpson entered the top eight after a a tie for 10th.

    While Bryson DeChambeau remained at No. 9, Phil Mickelson dropped two spots to No. 10. Tony Finau, who finished alone in fifth, went from 16th to 13th, while Tiger Woods fell two spots to No. 37.

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    2. Dustin Johnson

    3. Patrick Reed

    4. Justin Thomas

    5. Jordan Spieth

    6. Rickie Fowler

    7. Bubba Watson

    8. Webb Simpson

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    9. Bryson DeChambeau

    10. Phil Mickelson

    11. Matt Kuchar

    12. Brian Harman

    On the European side, England's Tommy Fleetwood took a big stride toward securing his first Ryder Cup appearance with a runner-up finish that included a Sunday 63 while countryman Matthew Fitzpatrick snuck into a qualifying spot after tying for 12th.

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    1. Tyrrell Hatton

    2. Justin Rose

    3. Tommy Fleetwood

    4. Francesco Molinari

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    5. Thorbjorn Olesen

    6. Ross Fisher

    World Points

    1. Jon Rahm

    2. Rory McIlroy

    3. Alex Noren

    4. Matthew Fitzpatrick

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    5. Ian Poulter

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    By Grill Room TeamJune 18, 2018, 2:30 pm

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    The first is dated prior to Koepka's final-round tee time.



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    And here, separately, for no reason in particular (other than the fact that she posted it) is a video of Sims running over a parking cone at last year's U.S. Open at Erin Hills.

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