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1987 Recap

Dates: May 28-31,1987

Purse: $912,000

Par: 36-36=72

Yardage: 7,104 yards

Recap: click to view

Leaders:

First Round : Curt Byrum shot an eight-under-par 64 to tie the tournament record and take a two-stroke lead over Joey Sindelar. Second Round : Scott Hoch added a 64 to his opening round of 67 for a tournament record total of 13-under-par 131. He led by four strokes over Curt Byrum. Third Round : Hoch shot a 5-under-par 67 for a tournament record total of 18-under-par 198 and he led by 4 strokes over Don Pooley.

Cut Notes: 77 players at two-over par 146.

Missed Cut: Fulton Allem (75-72-MC), Phil Blackmar (82-77-MC), Gordon Brand (74-76-MC), Danny Edwards (77-74-MC), Steve Elkington (79-72-MC), Brad Fabel (76-77-MC), Rick Fehr (79-75-MC), Ed Fiori (73-77-MC), Ray Floyd (76-74-MC), Dan Halldorson (77-75-MC), Jim Hallet (76-74-MC), Mike Hulbert (79-68-MC), Peter Jacobsen (74-75-MC), Mats Lanner (78-80-MC), Rocco Mediate (74-73-MC), Andy North (75-73-MC), Aki Ohmachi (75-77-MC) Mark O`Meara (78-72-MC), Corey Pavin (79-73-MC), Kenny Perry (75-72-MC), Mike Reid (70-77-MC), Bill Rogers (74-73-MC), Tony Sills (75-72-MC), Jeff Sluman (76-76-MC), Mike Sullivan (80-73-MC), Bob Tway (73-76-MC), Howard Twitty (75-77-MC), Scott Verplank (73-74-MC), Mark Wiebe (74-74-MC), Fuzzy Zoeller (75-73-MC).

Weather: Thursday, mostly sunny. Friday, cloudy. Saturday, heavy rain forced suspension of play at 1:20 p.m. and it was called for day at 4:45 p.m. with 59 players still on course. Round completed early Sunday morning and then fourth round played in afternoon under cloudy skies.

1987 Final Leaderboard

Name R1 R2 R3 R4 Tot Purse
1 Don Pooley 70 67 65 70 272 $140,000
2 Curt Byrum 64 71 69 71 275 $84,000
3 Denis Watson 75 66 65 70 276 $40,443
4 Chip Beck 70 69 69 68 276 $40,443
  Scott Hoch 67 64 67 78 276 $40,443
6 Sandy Lyle 69 70 69 69 277 $26,038
7 David Frost 68 70 70 69 277 $26,038
  Larry Nelson 69 69 70 69 277 $26,038
9 John Cook 69 69 72 68 278 $19,480
  Scott Simpson 68 68 72 70 278 $19,480
  Hal Sutton 74 64 68 72 278 $19,480
  John Mahaffey 69 71 65 73 278 $19,480
  Craig Stadler 71 67 71 69 278 $19,480
14 Tom Watson 67 69 71 72 279 $14,950
  Ken Green 69 74 68 68 279 $14,950
  Larry Mize 68 72 69 70 279 $14,950
17 D.A. Weibring 71 69 73 67 280 $12,223
  Dave Rummells 70 70 69 71 280 $12,223
  Dan Pohl 71 71 68 70 280 $12,223
  Dave Barr 70 70 69 71 280 $12,223
21 Mac O`Grady 70 70 70 71 281 $9,660
  Tim Simpson 71 73 69 68 281 $9,660
  Joey Sindelar 66 76 70 69 281 $9,660
24 Fred Couples 71 72 75 64 282 $7,793
25 Fred Wadsworth 68 68 71 75 282 $7,793
  Bruce Lietzke 72 71 72 67 282 $7,793
27 Hale Irwin 74 72 69 68 283 $6,700
  Buddy Gardner 70 72 69 72 283 $6,700
  Greg Norman 70 72 69 72 283 $6,700
30 Keith Clearwater 72 72 72 68 284 $5,769
  Donnie Hammond 73 72 67 72 284 $5,769
  Payne Stewart 74 69 70 71 284 $5,769
  Willie Wood 73 67 69 75 284 $5,769
  Mark Hayes 69 75 69 71 284 $5,769
34 Lanny Wadkins 73 70 71 71 285 $4,864
  Johnny Miller 71 73 70 71 285 $4,864
  Ben Crenshaw 71 73 70 71 285 $4,864
  Curtis Strange 71 73 70 71 285 $4,864
39 Wayne Levi 72 73 72 69 286 $3,980
  Ian Woosnam 71 69 73 73 286 $3,980
  Jay Haas 71 74 70 71 286 $3,980
  Gene Sauers 69 72 73 72 286 $3,980
  Sam Randolph 71 71 70 74 286 $3,980
  Mark McCumber 71 73 70 72 286 $3,980
  Bobby Wadkins 70 73 72 71 286 $3,980
46 Tom Kite 69 70 73 75 287 $3,021
  David Graham 68 73 74 72 287 $3,021
  Jim Thorpe 70 68 72 77 287 $3,021
  Calvin Peete 71 71 71 74 287 $3,021
  Clarence Rose 75 71 72 69 287 $3,021
  Jose Maria Olazabal 72 74 74 67 287 $3,021
52 Jodie Mudd 69 74 73 71 287 $3,021
53 Anders Forsbrand 73 72 73 70 288 $2,790
54 Howard Clark 72 74 73 70 289 $2,710
  Ronnie Black 70 76 70 73 289 $2,710
  Blaine McCallister 73 69 68 79 289 $2,710
  Steve Pate 74 66 70 79 289 $2,710
  Kenny Knox 68 71 75 75 289 $2,710
  Jim Simons 77 69 71 72 289 $2,710
  Roger Maltbie 73 71 71 74 289 $2,710
61 Mark Calcavecchia 73 70 73 74 290 $2,628
  Bill Glasson 71 75 74 70 290 $2,628
63 Tom Purtzer 71 72 75 73 291 $2,598
  J.C. Snead 72 74 74 71 291 $2,598
65 Bill Kratzert 72 72 72 76 292 $2,575
66 George Burns 73 72 71 77 293 $2,553
  Jack Nicklaus 73 73 72 75 293 $2,553
68 Ernie Gonzalez 75 70 72 77 294 $2,530
69 Larry Rinker 72 74 76 73 295 $2,505
  Roger Davis 72 74 76 73 295 $2,505
  Bob Murphy 74 72 73 76 295 $2,505
72 Pat McGowan 71 72 76 77 296 $2,500
  Dan Forsman 69 71 74 82 296 $2,500
  Lenny Clements 70 76 73 78 297 $2,500
  Ossie Moore 72 73 76 76 297 $2,500
  Hubert Green 69 73 77 80 299 $2,500
  Tom Byrum 74 72 76 78 300 $2,500

1987 Recap

Dates: May 28-31,1987

Purse: $912,000

Par: 36-36=72

Yardage: 7,104 yards

Recap: click to view

Leaders:

First Round : Curt Byrum shot an eight-under-par 64 to tie the tournament record and take a two-stroke lead over Joey Sindelar. Second Round : Scott Hoch added a 64 to his opening round of 67 for a tournament record total of 13-under-par 131. He led by four strokes over Curt Byrum. Third Round : Hoch shot a 5-under-par 67 for a tournament record total of 18-under-par 198 and he led by 4 strokes over Don Pooley.

Cut Notes: 77 players at two-over par 146.

Missed Cut: Fulton Allem (75-72-MC), Phil Blackmar (82-77-MC), Gordon Brand (74-76-MC), Danny Edwards (77-74-MC), Steve Elkington (79-72-MC), Brad Fabel (76-77-MC), Rick Fehr (79-75-MC), Ed Fiori (73-77-MC), Ray Floyd (76-74-MC), Dan Halldorson (77-75-MC), Jim Hallet (76-74-MC), Mike Hulbert (79-68-MC), Peter Jacobsen (74-75-MC), Mats Lanner (78-80-MC), Rocco Mediate (74-73-MC), Andy North (75-73-MC), Aki Ohmachi (75-77-MC) Mark O`Meara (78-72-MC), Corey Pavin (79-73-MC), Kenny Perry (75-72-MC), Mike Reid (70-77-MC), Bill Rogers (74-73-MC), Tony Sills (75-72-MC), Jeff Sluman (76-76-MC), Mike Sullivan (80-73-MC), Bob Tway (73-76-MC), Howard Twitty (75-77-MC), Scott Verplank (73-74-MC), Mark Wiebe (74-74-MC), Fuzzy Zoeller (75-73-MC).

Weather: Thursday, mostly sunny. Friday, cloudy. Saturday, heavy rain forced suspension of play at 1:20 p.m. and it was called for day at 4:45 p.m. with 59 players still on course. Round completed early Sunday morning and then fourth round played in afternoon under cloudy skies.