Scores and Earnings from the Shell Houston Open

By Golf Channel NewsroomApril 28, 2003, 4:00 pm
Shell Houston Open Earnings and Scores
At Redstone Golf Club
Houston, Texas


Purse: $4.5 million
Yardage: 7,508; Par: 72
Final Results
Fred Couples, $810,000 65-68-67-67--267
Hank Kuehne, $336,000 69-64-72-66--271
Stuart Appleby, $336,000 66-70-66-69--271
Mark Calcavecchia, $336,000 68-65-68-70--271
Jay Haas, $180,000 67-67-70-68--272
Jeff Maggert, $162,000 71-66-72-64--273
Geoff Ogilvy, $145,125 70-69-68-68--275
John Daly, $145,125 69-69-67-70--275
Peter Jacobsen, $117,000 67-71-69-69--276
Kevin Sutherland, $117,000 69-70-67-70--276
Vijay Singh, $117,000 67-68-70-71--276
Steve Flesch, $117,000 72-66-67-71--276
Carlos Franco, $84,375 73-67-68-69--277
John Riegger, $84,375 70-68-67-72--277
David Sutherland, $84,375 69-67-68-73--277
Scott McCarron, $84,375 69-68-67-73--277
Ernie Els, $65,250 69-69-69-71--278
Briny Baird, $65,250 67-71-68-72--278
Robert Gamez, $65,250 71-66-67-74--278
Trevor Immelman, $65,250 70-68-65-75--278
Garrett Willis, $43,521.43 72-68-69-70--279
Darron Stiles, $43,521.43 70-70-67-72--279
Chad Campbell, $43,521.43 68-72-67-72--279
Bob May, $43,521.43 69-68-69-73--279
Paul Stankowski, $43,521.43 69-66-71-73--279
Alex Cejka, $43,521.43 70-70-66-73--279
Greg Chalmers, $43,521.42 73-68-64-74--279
Jim Carter, $31,950 71-69-68-72--280
Phil Mickelson, $31,950 70-69-68-73--280
Olin Browne, $31,950 67-70-69-74--280
Dan Forsman, $9,495 72-69-73-73--287
Harrison Frazar, $9,495 70-68-75-74--287
Brian Henninger, $9,495 70-70-73-74--287
Woody Austin, $9,495 69-70-69-79--287
David Frost, $9,225 73-68-73-76--290
Phil Blackmar, $9,225 70-71-72-77--290
Carl Paulson, $9,090 67-74-73-78--292
Jose Coceres, $9,000 67-71-74-85--297

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