Final Scores and Earnings from the Chrysler

By Sports NetworkOctober 31, 2005, 5:00 pm
2005 Chrysler Championship Westin Innisbrook Resort
Copperhead Course, Palm Harbor, Fla.
Purse $5.3 million - Par 71


Carl Pettersson, $954,000 69-68-67-71-275
Chad Campbell, $572,400 70-70-69-67-276
Hidemichi Tanaka, $216,164.29 73-67-72-67-279
Stewart Cink, $216,164.29 71-70-71-67-279
Tag Ridings, $216,164.29 70-72-70-67-279
Tim Herron, $216,164.29 71-67-71-70-279
Bo Van Pelt, $216,164.28 71-65-73-70-279
Tom Pernice, Jr., $216,164.28 71-66-70-72-279
Steve Lowery, $216,164.28 68-66-70-75-279
Sean O'Hair, $132,500 73-69-69-69-280
Jeff Brehaut, $132,500 65-74-69-72-280
Daniel Chopra, $132,500 71-68-68-73-280
Bernhard Langer, $111,300 68-69-74-70-281
Billy Mayfair, $98,050 68-75-70-69-282
Patrick Sheehan, $98,050 76-67-69-70-282
Charles Howell III, $82,150 67-71-74-71-283
Tommy Armour III, $82,150 72-70-70-71-283
Bart Bryant, $82,150 73-69-69-72-283
Davis Love III, $82,150 68-69-70-76-283
Rocco Mediate, $55,271.43 68-71-73-72-284
Alex Cejka, $55,271.43 70-73-69-72-284
Justin Rose, $55,271.43 70-68-76-70-284
John Huston, $55,271.43 71-68-72-73-284
Dean Wilson, $55,271.43 67-72-72-73-284
Dan Forsman, $55,271.43 74-67-69-74-284
Vaughn Taylor, $55,271.42 73-71-72-68-284
Brandt Jobe, $35,278.13 70-72-72-71-285
Jerry Kelly, $35,278.13 74-68-71-72-285
Bob Estes, $35,278.13 71-72-72-70-285
Shigeki Maruyama, $35,278.13 71-73-71-70-285
Stephen Ames, $35,278.12 70-72-74-69-285
Olin Browne, $35,278.12 70-72-74-69-285
Robert Gamez, $35,278.12 70-70-70-75-285
Stuart Appleby, $35,278.12 72-72-66-75-285
Tom Lehman, $23,938.34 67-71-75-73-286
Fred Funk, $23,938.34 74-68-71-73-286
J.L. Lewis, $23,938.34 72-69-72-73-286
Peter Lonard, $23,938.33 68-72-74-72-286
Lucas Glover, $23,938.33 68-72-72-74-286
Joey Sindelar, $23,938.33 72-71-69-74-286
Wes Short, Jr., $23,938.33 71-71-70-74-286
Adam Scott, $23,938.33 69-72-74-71-286
Woody Austin, $23,938.33 71-71-70-74-286
Jonathan Byrd, $15,317 71-73-69-74-287
Brian Bateman, $15,317 73-69-72-73-287
John Senden, $15,317 71-70-73-73-287
Heath Slocum, $15,317 71-69-74-73-287
Retief Goosen, $15,317 67-71-76-73-287
Brian Davis, $15,317 73-71-70-73-287
Bob Tway, $15,317 72-72-73-70-287
Nick Price, $15,317 72-72-74-69-287
Jesper Parnevik, $12,359.60 68-76-69-75-288
Len Mattiace, $12,359.60 73-70-71-74-288
Jason Allred, $12,359.60 72-72-70-74-288
Charles Warren, $12,359.60 69-74-73-72-288
Mark Wilson, $12,359.60 69-75-73-71-288
Chris Riley, $11,819 69-71-73-76-289
Marco Dawson, $11,819 69-72-75-73-289
Kevin Na, $11,819 72-71-73-73-289
Brent Geiberger, $11,819 74-68-76-71-289
Stephen Leaney, $11,501 73-70-70-77-290
Steve Allan, $11,501 68-73-74-75-290
Ben Crane, $11,289 67-74-74-76-291
Hunter Mahan, $11,289 73-71-71-76-291
Cameron Beckman, $11,024 71-71-71-79-292
Joe Ogilvie, $11,024 72-72-75-73-292
Shaun Micheel, $11,024 72-72-76-72-292
Mark Brooks, $10,759 73-68-74-78-293
Jason Bohn, $10,759 75-68-75-75-293
Greg Owen, $10,547 73-71-74-78-296
Chris Smith, $10,547 73-71-77-75-296
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