THE TOUR Championship presented by Coca-Cola

  • November 6 - 9, 2003


1-Chad CampbellC. CampbellE+68F70696168268$00-
2-Charles Howell IIIC. Howell IIIE+70F67676770271$00-
3-Retief GoosenR. GoosenE+69F69676769272$00-
4-Chris RileyC. RileyE+70F69686670273$00-
T5-Vijay SinghV. SinghE+68F73686768276$00-
T5-Davis Love IIID. Love IIIE+69F73676769276$00-
7-Jonathan KayeJ. KayeE+70F69706870277$00-
8-Jim FurykJ. FurykE+69F71716769278$00-
T9-Steve FleschS. FleschE+73F71686773279$00-
T9-Fred FunkF. FunkE+73F68677173279$00-
T9-Kenny PerryK. PerryE+69F67737069279$00-
T9-Scott VerplankS. VerplankE+68F71716968279$00-
T13-Bob TwayB. TwayE+68F72687268280$00-
T13-Briny BairdB. BairdE+68F69727168280$00-
T13-Jerry KellyJ. KellyE+68F68747068280$00-
T13-Robert AllenbyR. AllenbyE+70F69736870280$00-
17-Ernie ElsE. ElsE+69F70697369281$00-
18-Darren ClarkeD. ClarkeE+73F74686773282$00-
T19-K.J. ChoiK.J. ChoiE+68F77687068283$00-
T19-Mike WeirM. WeirE+71F72736771283$00-
T21-David TomsD. TomsE+72F69697472284$00-
T21-Kirk TriplettK. TriplettE+71F70717271284$00-
T21-Chris DiMarcoC. DiMarcoE+75F68707175284$00-
T21-Brad FaxonB. FaxonE+66F76717166284$00-
T21-Justin LeonardJ. LeonardE+73F69697373284$00-
26-Tiger WoodsT. WoodsE+74F70707174285$00-
27-Stuart ApplebyS. ApplebyE+70F71766970286$00-
28-J.L. LewisJ.L. LewisE+74F75687174288$00-
29-Jay HaasJ. HaasE+71F77717071289$00-
30-Nick PriceN. PriceE+76F73697576293$00-
31-Tim HerronT. HerronE+77F79697477299$00-


Stenson eager for more majors

Henrik Stenson says he is hungry for more major championships after his Open win.


Love impressed by Americans' consistency

Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III said he loves the consistency that the Americans have been playing with.


Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson on the final round of The Open at Troon: "I have no regrets, other than not going over to Henrik Stenson's bag and bending his putter." And yes, he was smiling when he said that.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Phil Mickelson on the final round at Troon: "I have no regrets, other than not going over to Henrik Stenson's bag and bending his putter."

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

There was no Open hangover for Phil Mickelson but he admitted that his close call at Royal Troon will "over time be more disappointing," given how well he played in finishing second to Henrik Stenson. Mickelson said he didn't want to let it linger and hurt his chances at this week's PGA.