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2003 Recap

Dates: May 26 - June 1, 2003

Purse: $5,000,000

Par: 36-36=72

Yardage: 7,265

Recap: click to view

Leaders:

First Round : Charles Howell III shot an 8-under-par 64 and led Kenny Perry by one and John Huston by two. Seven players were three back. Second Round : Perry moved to 11-under-par and led Retief Goosen and Lee Janzen by one. Vijay Singh and Mike McRoy were three behind. Third Round : Perry at 13-under-par led Janzen by two strokes. Goosen, Singh and Jose Maria Olazabal were three back.

Cut Notes: 70 players at 2-over par from a field of 104 professionals

Missed Cut: Briny Baird (77-70-MC), Sergio Garcia (73-74-MC), Scott McCarron (74-73-MC), Craig Parry (75-72-MC), Rod Pampling (74-73-MC), Tom Lehman (74-73-MC), Scott Verplank (69-78-MC), Trevor Immelman (72-75-MC), Scott Laycock (74-73-MC), Stephen Ames (75-73-MC), Joel Edwards (72-76-MC), Paul Azinger (69-79-MC), Pat Perez (74-74-MC), Jack Nicklaus (76-72-MC), Tom Pernice, Jr. (75-73-MC), Andy Miller (74-74-MC), Jerry Pate (76-74-MC), Geoff Ogilvy (78-72-MC), Ben Curtis (74-76-MC), David Smail (74-76-MC), Matt Kuchar (76-75-MC), Fred Funk (75-76-MC), Harrison Frazar (74-77-MC), Carlos Franco (78-74-MC), Notah Begay III (71-82-MC), Steve Flesch (76-77-MC), Hank Kuehne (77-76-MC), Matt Gogel (75-79-MC), Bernhard Langer (79-75-MC), Steve Allan (77-77-MC), Mark Brooks (76-80-MC), Alejandro Larrazabal (88-77-MC), Brenden Pappas (W/D), Rocco Mediate (W/D), Robert Allenby (W/D), Craig Stadler (W/D).

Weather: Thursday, partly sunny with temperatures climbing into the low 70s with later afternoon showers. Winds were out of the northwest 10 mph. Friday, warm and mostly sunny with a high of 75. It became cooler and overcast in the afternoon. Saturday morning started out warm and rainy. Play was delayed 46 minutes from 11:14 a.m. to 12 p.m. In the afternoon it was windy, overcast and cooler, with lows in the mid-50s and winds 20-30 mph from the northwest. Sunday was clear, windy and cool with a high of 65 and winds 15-20 mph out of the northwest.

2003 Final Leaderboard

Name R1 R2 R3 R4 Tot Purse
1 Kenny Perry 65 68 70 72 275 $900,000
2 Lee Janzen 67 67 71 72 277 $540,000
3 Mike Weir 72 70 71 65 278 $340,000
4 Tiger Woods 67 71 76 65 279 $220,000
  Vijay Singh 67 69 72 71 279 $220,000
6 Stewart Cink 70 69 72 69 280 $180,000
7 Chad Campbell 67 70 74 70 281 $161,250
  Ratief Goosen 67 67 74 73 281 $161,250
9 Mark Calcavecchia 69 70 70 73 282 $145,000
10 Jose Maria Olazabal 73 69 66 75 283 $135,000
11 Justin Leonard 71 69 76 69 285 $120,000
  John Rollins 70 69 74 72 285 $120,000
13 Jesper Parnevik 70 71 73 72 286 $91,000
  Padraig Harrington 70 71 73 72 286 $91,000
  Robert Gamez 70 68 75 73 286 $91,000
  K.J. Choi 70 70 73 73 286 $91,000
  Ernie Els 73 70 70 73 286 $91,000
18 John Huston 66 74 78 69 287 $70,000
  Stuart Appleby 71 71 76 69 287 $70,000
  Jeff Sluman 70 72 72 73 287 $70,000
21 Peter Lonard 72 72 75 69 288 $56,000
  Jay Haas 75 69 71 73 288 $56,000
  Ben Crane 73 68 73 74 288 $56,000
24 Tim Herron 72 68 77 72 289 $44,000
  Shigeki Maruyama 69 75 72 73 289 $44,000
  Jim Furyk 68 70 75 76 289 $44,000
27 Charles Howell III 64 74 77 75 290 $37,750
  Jay Williamson 73 73 70 74 290 $37,750
29 Spike McRoy 68 68 84 71 291 $32,500
  Adam Scott 67 72 79 73 291 $32,500
  Rory Sabbatini 71 71 75 74 291 $32,500
  Jonathan Byrd 74 72 71 74 291 $32,500
  Lee Westwood 72 68 75 76 291 $32,500
34 Glen Day 73 73 74 72 292 $25,250
  J.P. Hayes 73 72 73 74 292 $25,250
  Stephen Leaney 73 72 73 74 292 $25,250
37 Carl Pettersson 70 70 77 75 292 $25,250
  Bob Tway 69 72 74 77 292 $25,250
  Jeff Maggert 68 73 71 80 292 $25,250
40 Hidemichi Tanaka 70 72 79 72 293 $19,500
  Ian Leggatt 70 76 74 73 293 $19,500
  Steve Lowery 70 76 73 74 293 $19,500
  Brad Faxon 67 77 74 75 293 $19,500
  Gene Sauers 70 75 70 78 293 $19,500
45 Tim Petrovic 70 71 78 75 294 $15,050
  Luke Donald 70 69 80 75 294 $15,050
  Kevin Sutherland 73 71 73 77 294 $15,050
  Mark O’Meara 76 69 72 77 294 $15,050
49 Gary Nicklaus 69 75 77 74 295 $12,800
  David Gossett 72 74 75 74 295 $12,800
51 Dudley Hart 69 72 76 79 296 $12,300
52 Tim Clark 74 72 79 72 297 $11,725
  Billy Andrade 69 75 79 74 297 $11,725
  Len Mattiace 70 72 80 75 297 $11,725
  David Peoples 77 68 77 75 297 $11,725
56 John Daly 68 73 83 74 298 $11,350
  Craig Perks 70 72 76 80 298 $11,350
58 Jerry Kelly 70 72 84 73 299 $11,050
  Bob Burns 75 68 82 74 299 $11,050
  Keith Fergus 69 76 79 75 299 $11,050
  Peter O’Malley 72 71 76 80 299 $11,050
62 Frank Lickliter II 72 72 81 75 300 $10,750
  Woody Austin 68 74 76 82 300 $10,750
64 David Duval 73 72 78 78 301 $10,550
  Jonathan Kaye 73 73 76 79 301 $10,550
66 David Edwards 72 73 81 77 303 $10,350
  Peter Jacobsen 73 71 80 79 303 $10,350
68 Chris Smith 73 72 84 75 304 $10,200
69 J.L. Lewis 77 69 85 76 307 $10,100

2003 Recap

Dates: May 26 - June 1, 2003

Purse: $5,000,000

Par: 36-36=72

Yardage: 7,265

Recap: click to view

Leaders:

First Round : Charles Howell III shot an 8-under-par 64 and led Kenny Perry by one and John Huston by two. Seven players were three back. Second Round : Perry moved to 11-under-par and led Retief Goosen and Lee Janzen by one. Vijay Singh and Mike McRoy were three behind. Third Round : Perry at 13-under-par led Janzen by two strokes. Goosen, Singh and Jose Maria Olazabal were three back.

Cut Notes: 70 players at 2-over par from a field of 104 professionals

Missed Cut: Briny Baird (77-70-MC), Sergio Garcia (73-74-MC), Scott McCarron (74-73-MC), Craig Parry (75-72-MC), Rod Pampling (74-73-MC), Tom Lehman (74-73-MC), Scott Verplank (69-78-MC), Trevor Immelman (72-75-MC), Scott Laycock (74-73-MC), Stephen Ames (75-73-MC), Joel Edwards (72-76-MC), Paul Azinger (69-79-MC), Pat Perez (74-74-MC), Jack Nicklaus (76-72-MC), Tom Pernice, Jr. (75-73-MC), Andy Miller (74-74-MC), Jerry Pate (76-74-MC), Geoff Ogilvy (78-72-MC), Ben Curtis (74-76-MC), David Smail (74-76-MC), Matt Kuchar (76-75-MC), Fred Funk (75-76-MC), Harrison Frazar (74-77-MC), Carlos Franco (78-74-MC), Notah Begay III (71-82-MC), Steve Flesch (76-77-MC), Hank Kuehne (77-76-MC), Matt Gogel (75-79-MC), Bernhard Langer (79-75-MC), Steve Allan (77-77-MC), Mark Brooks (76-80-MC), Alejandro Larrazabal (88-77-MC), Brenden Pappas (W/D), Rocco Mediate (W/D), Robert Allenby (W/D), Craig Stadler (W/D).

Weather: Thursday, partly sunny with temperatures climbing into the low 70s with later afternoon showers. Winds were out of the northwest 10 mph. Friday, warm and mostly sunny with a high of 75. It became cooler and overcast in the afternoon. Saturday morning started out warm and rainy. Play was delayed 46 minutes from 11:14 a.m. to 12 p.m. In the afternoon it was windy, overcast and cooler, with lows in the mid-50s and winds 20-30 mph from the northwest. Sunday was clear, windy and cool with a high of 65 and winds 15-20 mph out of the northwest.