Results posted each Monday

Last updated: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 10:01 AM

June 2 - 8, 2003

 

 

PGA TOUR

Leaderboard

FBR Capital Open

Rory Sabbatini

Dates: June 5-8 Site: Potomac, Md. Course: TPC at Avenel (par 71, 7,005 yards) Purse: $4.5 million. Winner's Share: $810,000. Television: USA (Thurs., 4-6 p.m., Fri., 2-4 p.m.), ABC (Sat.-Sun., 3-6 p.m.) Internet: www.pgatour.com 2002 Champion: Bob Estes (65-69-69-70--273, 11 under)

Rory Sabbatini's steady back nine, marred only by a 3-putt bogey at the final hole, gave him a 68 and a one-shot lead after three rounds of the rain-delayed FBR Capital Open. On Monday, he held off Duffy Waldorf for the win, his second on Tour.

 

 

EUROPEAN PGA TOUR

Scoring

Daily Telegraph Damovo British Masters

Greg Owen

Dates: June 5-8 Site: Warwickshire, England Course: Marriott Forest of Arden (par 72, 7,182 yards) Purse: $2.5 million. Winner's Share: $459,219. Television: None. Internet: www.europeantour.com 2002 Champion: Justin Rose (70-69-65-65--269, 19 under)

Greg Owen claimed his first win on the European Tour Sunday with a 3 shot victory at the British Masters. Owen closed with a final round 71 to leave him on 14 under par 274. Second place went to Christian Cevaer and last week's winner Ian Poulter. Poulter made an early charge at over night leader Owen with 3 early birdies but Owen responded with 3 consecutive birdies on the 6th, 7th and 8th holes. It kept Owen clear of Poulter and when Poulter bogeyed the 12th and 13th holes, Owen knew the tournament was his for the taking.

 

LPGA TOUR

SI Leaderboard

LPGA Leaderboard

McDonald's LPGA Championship

Official Site

Annika Sorenstam

Interview

Dates: June 5-8 Site: Wilmington, Del. Course: DuPont Country Club (par 71, 6,408 yards) Purse: $1.6 million. Winner's Share: TBD. Television: TGC (Thurs.-Fri., 4-6 p.m.), CBS (Sat.-Sun., 3:30-6 p.m.) Internet: www.lpga.com 2002 Champion: Se Ri Pak (71-70-68-70--279, 5 under)

Annika Sorenstam does what she does best Sunday when she won her 5th Major title on the LPGA Tour. Sorenstam defeated Grace Park at the first extra hole when she pared the 18th hole to Park's bogey. Starting the day 4 clear after finishing her third round earlier in the day, Sorenstam looked to be on her way to another easy win but Park had not read the script. Park closed with a final round 67 to catch the Swede. Sorenstam made a great par on the final hole of regulation to force the play off before going on to do the same thing again in extra time to claim the win.


 

 

SENIOR PGA TOUR

Now called the Champions Tour

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Senior PGA Championship

John Jacobs

Dates: June 5-8 Site: Newton Square, Pa. Course: Aronimink Golf Club (par 70, 6,928 yards) Purse: $1,945,000. Winner's Share: TBD. Television: ESPN2 (Thurs., 12-4 p.m., Fri., 12-2 p.m.), ESPN (Fri., 3-6 p.m.), NBC (12-3 p.m., Sun., 2:30-5:30 p.m.) Internet: www.pga.com 2002 Champion: Fuzzy Zoeller (69-71-70-68--278, 2 under)

John Jacobs won his first Major Championship when he held on to defeat Bobby Wadkins by 2 shots Sunday. Jacobs finished on 4 under par 276. Going into the final round Jacobs and Wadkins were 2 shots back of Ireland's Des Smyth. Smyth could not retain his lead and shot a final round 74. With only a few holes remaining Jacobs and Wadkins were tied as they came to the 15th hole. It was Jacobs that took the lead when he sunk a long birdie putt to move 1 clear. Both players found the green on the par 5 16th in 2 shots but Wadkins 3 putted as Jacobs got down in 2 putts for another birdie. Two safe pars on the closing holes were enough for Jacobs to claim the win.

 

BUY.COM TOUR

Now called the Nationwide Tour

Leaderboard

June 2-8

LaSalle Bank Open

Andre Stolz

Purse: $500,000
The Glen Club
Chicago, IL
Marco Dawson (D)
TGC

Australian Andre Stolz produced a stunning finish Sunday to win by 2 shots from Tommy Tolles. It looked like it was going to be Tolles who would claim the win when he was 3 clear with only 6 holes to play. It was then that Stolz got on the birdie train. He birdied 5 out of the last 6 holes to pip Tolles and win for the first time on the Nationwide Tour. Stolz finished on 17 under par 271 after his closing round of 4 under 68.


OTHER TOURNAMENTS

Asian / Davidoff Tour:

Leaderboard

Jun 26 - 29

Korea SK Telecom Open Baekahmvista Country Club CHARLIE WI (KOR) 400,000

 


Australasian PGA Tour:

Next event:

Nov 13-16
Perth International
Venue TBC


Canadian Tour:

June 23-29

Northern Ontario Open
Sault Ste.Marie CC
Sault Ste. Marie, ON
Mike Grob (Ontario Open Heritage Classic)

 


European Challenge Tour:

Scoring

Nykredit Danish Open

Marcus Fraser

5 Jun 8 Jun
Gilleleje GC
Helsingor, Denmark
Purse: euros 125,000

Marcus Fraser of Australia claimed his first win on tour when he shot a final round of six under par 66 to claim a 3 shot victory. Fraser finished on 12 under par 276. Second place went to Frenchman Gregory Bourdy and Swede Joakim Rask. Fraser made his score on the par five's when he birdied everyone Sunday. The win moves him up to tenth place in the Order of Merit.


European Seniors Tour:

Scoring

US PGA Seniors Championship

John Jacobs

5 Jun 8 Jun
Aronimink GC
Newton Square Pennsylvania, USA


Futures Tour:

Lima Memorial Hospital Futures Classic

Katherine Hull

(2 in a row!)

June 6-8, Lost Creek CC, Lima, Ohio.


Japan Golf Tour:

JCB Classic Sendai

KATSUYOSHI TOMORI

June 5-8, Omotezaou Kokusai GC, Miyagi, Japan.


Japan LPGA Tour:

Resort Ladies Trust

Kozue Azuma

June 6-8, The Tradition GC, Aichi, Japan.


Ladies European Tour:

Tour Information Centre

Ladies Irish Open in association with Bord Failte Killarney

Mahoney's Point
13th - 15th June 2003

 


NGA Hooters Tour:

The Kroger/Powerbar Classic

Jun 12 - Jun 15
Lake Chesdin Golf Club
Chesterfield, VA


PGA of America:

June 17-22

U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links
Ocean Hammock Golf Club
Palm Coast, Fla.

 


Southern Africa Tour

Tour Information Centre

Canon Classic

Tyrol Auret

June 5 - 7
Bramble Hill G.C
Fancourt, George
R200 000

 



 

Tour de las Americas

Swing 1 ended.

USGA :

US Open

June 12-15
Olympia Fields CC
Olympia Fields IL

US Open Player Stats

Updated Wednesday, June 11, 2003 10:01 AM

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May 19 - May 25, 2003

 

 

PGA TOUR

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Bank of America Colonial

Kenny Perry

Dates: May 22-25 Site: Fort Worth, Texas Course: Colonial Country Club (par 70, 7,080 yards) Purse: $5 million. Winner's Share: $900,000. Television: USA (Thurs.-Fri., 4-6 p.m.), CBS (Sat.-Sun., 3-6 p.m.) Internet: www.pgatour.com 2002 Champion: Nick Price (69-65-66-67--267, 13 under)

Starting the day 8 shots clear of the field it was always going to take something special to even get near to Kenny Perry let alone beat him. Well Justin Leonard gave it his best shot when he came to the final hole needing to make birdie to shoot 59. He ended up backing bogey when his approach shot came up short and when he failed to hole the following pitch shot that went past the hole by some 10 feet his chance at the magic number had gone. He even missed the return putt for par to end up shooting 61. Perry on the other hand played solidly all day after a third round of 61 and a final round of 68 left him on a tournament record score of 19 under par 261 and a 6 shot victory. Earlier in the week all the news was about Annika Sorenstam who become the first female player to play on the PGA Tour in some 50 years. Sorenstam shot 2 credible rounds of 71 and 74 but she missed the cut by 4 shots. She claims this was a one off event, but who knows!

 

 

EUROPEAN PGA TOUR

Scoring

Volvo PGA Championship

Igancio Garrido

Dates: May 22-25 Site: Surrey, England Course: Wentworth Club (par 72, 7,072 yards) Purse: $4,022,213. Winner's Share: $670,365. Television: TGC (Thurs.-Fri., 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Sat., 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Sun., 10 a.m.-1 p.m.) Internet: www.europeantour.com 2002 Champion: Anders Hansen (68-65-66-70-269, 19 under)

Ignacio Garrido birdied the first play off hole to defeat South African Trevor Immelman and claim the prestigious PGA Championship at Wentworth. Both players finished on 18 under par 270. Immelman had started the day in the lead but Garrido charged through the field with a closing round of 67 to set the target of 18 under. Immelman was 2 back with 2 to play but was able to birdie both the par-5 17 and 18 holes to force the play off. Immelman found the green at the 18th again in 2 shots as Garrido hit his approach into the right trees only to see it kick out into the greenside rough. From there he hit a great approach pitch to 3 feet. Immelman left his first putt 5 feet short then lipped his second putt out leaving Garrido the simple task of holing his short putt. He did and the title and 5 year exemption on tour was his.

 

LPGA TOUR

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LPGA Leaderboard

LPGA Corning Classic

Juli Inkster

Dates: May 22-25 Site: Corning, N.Y. Course: Corning Country Club (par 72, 6,062 yards) Purse: $1 million. Winner's Share: $150,000. Television: TGC (Thurs.-Sun., 2-5 p.m.) Internet: www.lpga.com 2002 Champion: Laura Diaz (66-67-69-70--274, 14 under)

Juli Inkster shot an LPGA Tour record equalling final round of 62 to win by 4 shots from Lorie Kane. Inkster finished on 24 under par 264 for another tournament record low. Over night leader Catriona Matthew shot a final round 70 to finish alone in 3rd place. Inkster birdied the 8th to get to 20 under par and claim the lead for the first time. She never looked back and with birdies on 10, 11 and 12 she moved well clear of the field. A final birdie from the fairway bunker on 17 rapped up the title and a safe par at the last gave her the record equalling score.


 

 

SENIOR PGA TOUR

Now called the Champions Tour

Leaderboard

Columbus Southern Open

Morris Hatalsky

Dates: May 23-25 Site: Columbus, Ga. Course: Green Island Golf Club (par 70, 6,418 yards) Purse: $1.5 million. Winner's Share: $225,000. Television: TGC (Fri., 5-7:30 p.m.), CNBC (Sat.-Sun., 6-8 p.m.) Internet: www.pgatour.com 2002 Champion: None. Inaugural event.

Morris Hatalsky pared the final 8 holes to claim his second Champions tour event Sunday. Hatalsky finished just one shot clear of Allen Doyle on 198, 12 under par after a closing round of 67. After birdies on the 4th and 7th on the front nine. Hatalsky would birdie the 10th before his closing run of pars. Doyle had chances for birdies on the closing holes but failed to get any of the putts to drop. Hatalsky played the whole 54 holes with out dropping a shot to par.

 

BUY.COM TOUR

Now called the Nationwide Tour

Leaderboard

SAS Carolina Classic

David Morland

Dates: May 22-25 Site: Raleigh, N.C. Course: TPC at Wakefield Plantation (par 71, 6,724 yards) Purse: $500,000. Winner's Share: $90,000. Television: None. Internet: www.pgatour.com 2002 Champion: Zoran Zorkic (70-67-66-71--274, 10 under)

David Morland shot a final round 68 to finish on 16 under par and claim a one stroke victory from Vaughn Taylor. After heavy rain had nearly totally washed out play on Thursday everyone had to cram 4 rounds into 3 days. Morland played 27 holes Sunday and did not claim the lead until he had finished his first 9 holes of the day. With only a few holes remaining Morland found himself in a log jam at 15 under par but a birdie on the 16th moved him one clear and 2 save pars on the closing holes gave him the win.


OTHER TOURNAMENTS

Asian / Davidoff Tour:

Leaderboard

Jun 26 - 29

Korea SK Telecom Open Baekahmvista Country Club CHARLIE WI (KOR) 400,000

 


Australasian PGA Tour:

Next event:

Nov 13-16
Perth International
Venue TBC


Canadian Tour:

May 26-30

Spring Qualifying School

The Dunes at Kamloops
Kamloops, BC


European Challenge Tour:

Scoring

May 22-25

Fortis Challenge Open

Johan Edfors (SWE)

Burggolf Purmerend
Purmerend, Netherlands.

Johan Edfors claimed his second win of the year when he held on for victory to win by 2 shots from fellow Swede Kalle Brink. Edfors lead from start to finish and took a two shot lead into the final round. He had moved well clear of the field before he slipped on his tee shot on the 15th and made double bogey. That brought him back within 2 of the Brink but he held his nerve to par the remaining 3 holes to claim his win.


European Seniors Tour:

Scoring

May 23-25

Wallonia Open

Hank Woodrome (USA)

Golf Club de Pierpont, Frasnes-lez-Gosselies, Belgium.



Japan Golf Tour:

May 22-25

Munsingwear Open KSB Cup

HIROFUMI MIYASE

Rokko Kokusai GC
Hyohgo, Japan.


Japan LPGA Tour:

May 24 - 26

Chukyo TV / Bridgestone Ladies Open

Chukyo GC Ishino CC Aichi
Michie Ohba (D)


Ladies European Tour:

Tour Information Centre

May 23-25

Lancia Ladies Open of Portugal

Alison Munt (AUS)

Aroeira II GC, Costa da Caparica, Portugal.


NGA Hooters Tour:

May 22-25

President Casino Broadwater Classic

Justin Bolli

(won playoff over Elliott Gealy)

President Broadwater GC, Biloxi, Miss.


PGA of America:

May 20-23

NCAA Division I Women's College Golf Championship Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex West Lafayette, Ind.

May 27-30

NCAA Division I Men's College Golf Championship Karsten Creek Golf Course Stillwater, Okla.


Southern Africa Tour

Tour Information Centre

May 28 - 30

Devonvale Championship

Devonvale Conference Centre and Golf Estate R200 000



 

Tour de las Americas

Swing 1 ended.

USGA :

No event.

 

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