Shriners Hospitals for Children Open 2016

</div><div class="news_article"><h1>Round 4 - Rod Pampling breaks decade long winless drought </h1>November 7, 2016<br><p>Australian Rod Pampling ended a decade-long drought on the PGA Tour when he won the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open by two strokes from American Brooks Koepka in Las Vegas on Sunday.</p><center><div class="getty embed image" style="background-color:#fff;display:inline-block;font-family:'Helvetica Neue',Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;color:#a7a7a7;font-size:11px;width:100%;max-width:594px;"><div style="padding:0;margin:0;text-align:left;"><a href="http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/621522366" target="_blank" style="color:#a7a7a7;text-decoration:none;font-weight:normal !important;border:none;display:inline-block;">Embed from Getty Images</a></div><div style="overflow:hidden;position:relative;height:0;padding:62.626263% 0 0 0;width:100%;"><iframe src="//embed.gettyimages.com/embed/621522366?et=Kq2LPgwGQw9Ak5HhpKni8w&viewMoreLink=off&sig=sy6oW1Y1o0qn40mLQY6WkHk0aPdJMFdtSLaofI8PwJc=&caption=true" width="594" height="372" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" style="display:inline-block;position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%;margin:0;"></iframe></div><p style="margin:0;"></p></div></center><p>The seasoned 47-year-old made a hat-trick of birdies from the 13th hole on his way to a six-under-par 65 at TPC Summerlin in the Nevada desert.</p><p>He stamped his third PGA Tour victory by sinking a 30-foot birdie at the last to clinch his first tour win since the 2006 Arnold Palmer Invitational.</p><p>&quot;Winning Arnold Palmer's event is still on top (of career highlights) but coming back from what we have the last few years to get a win, it's phenomenal, amazing,&quot; Pampling said in a greenside interview, before thanking his family for supporting him through a series of lean years.</p><p>&quot;To win this magnificent event, it's fantastic, a great feeling.&quot;</p><p>Pampling, ranked 451st in the world, is the oldest winner on tour since Davis Love III won in Greensboro in Aug., 2015.</p><p>He looked like frittering away victory when he three-putted the 10th hole and dropped another shot at the 12th after missing a four-footer.</p><p>But he steadied the ship with clutch putting, sinking birdie putts from 13 feet, 18 feet and 11 feet respectively over the next three holes.</p><p>He was tied with American Glover with two holes left, before the American bogeyed the 17th to open the door.</p><p>Glover also bogeyed the last to fall to third, three shots back of Pampling, who finished at 20-under 264.</p><p>&quot;It seems the Australians are starting to kick it in again,&quot; said Pampling, the fifth player from the country to win on tour this year after Jason Day, Adam Scott, Aaron Baddeley and Greg Chalmers.</p><p>&quot;We were dormant for a little while there. Jason and Scotty have kicked it on, so just glad to grab one of those spokes and be part of the big wheel.&quot;</p><p>In 2006, Pampling had thought he was on the road to more victories after winning the late Palmer's event.</p><p>&quot;In '06 I still thought there were a few more really quickly, but that's golf,&quot; he said. </p></div><div class="news_article"><h1>Round 3 - Lucas Glover takes over lead </h1>November 6, 2016<br><p>Former U.S. Open champion Lucas Glover, boosted by a 50-foot birdie, carded six-under-par 65 to surge into the third-round lead at the Shriners Hospitals For Children Open in Las Vegas on Saturday.</p><p>Glover took a while to adjust to the slow pace of the greens at TPC Summerlin, but there was no stopping him once he rolled in a monster putt at the eighth hole.</p><p>He followed up with an eagle at the next en route to a 15-under 198 total, one stroke better than Brooks Koepka (70) and halfway leader Rod Pampling (71), with Geoff Oglivy and Russell Henley two behind.</p><p>&quot;I didn&rsquo;t have the speed of the greens down the first few holes and I struggled with it the first seven holes,&quot; Glover said.</p><p>The South Carolinian was a surprise winner of the rain-plagued 2009 U.S. Open at Bethpage in New York, but instead of kicking on from that major success he has won only once since.</p><p>Glover, who has gone through a divorce and struggled with a knee injury, has not finished in the top 100 on the PGA Tour points ranking for the past five seasons but showed glimpses of form with a tie for fifth at last week's event in Mississippi.</p><p>Pampling, who shot a sizzling 11-under 60 in the first round, could not replicate that form and by day's end was happy simply to be within a shot.</p><p>&quot;Nothing special,&quot; the Australian said of his performance.</p><p>&quot;Thankfully, with that good score on the first day, I&rsquo;ve been able to have a so-so day, so tomorrow I have to go low.&quot;</p><p>Koepka was also downbeat about his form and, like Glover, had trouble adjusting to the greens.</p><p>&quot;Ball striking was pretty poor and for some reason I couldn&rsquo;t get the speed of the greens,&quot; he said. </p></div><div class="news_article"><h1>Round 2 - Rod Pampling holds on to slim advantage</h1>November 5, 2016<br><p>Australian Rod Pampling recovered from a poor start to take a one-shot lead in the second round of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas on Friday.</p><p>A day after carding an 11-under 60, Pampling followed up with a respectable 68 at TPC Summerlin, where Tiger Woods 20 years ago clinched the first of his 79 PGA Tour victories.</p><p>Pampling posted a 14-under 128 halfway total, while American Brooks Koepka (67) lipped out a five-foot par putt at the last to slip out of a tie for the lead.</p><p>Aaron Wise, the U.S. collegiate champion who turned professional in June, ended the day in third place at 12-under after 14 holes. He was among 19 players who could not complete the round before darkness fell.</p><p>Pampling described his two early bogeys as &quot;two silly mistakes&quot; but remained calm in the knowledge that his swing still felt good.</p><p>&quot;I didn't panic,&quot; the two-time PGA Tour winner told Golf Channel. &quot;You've just got to trust yourself that you're playing well. I knew it was good so I let it come to me.&quot;</p><p>He turned his day around with a 12-foot birdie at his sixth hole, before making a 100-yard up-and-down at the next to save par.</p><p>&quot;That just righted the ship,&quot; he said. &quot;I played nice after that.&quot;</p><p>Koepka, meanwhile, was not quite firing on all cylinders, but he credited a hot putter with keeping him near the lead.</p><p>&quot;I've made a bunch of putts,&quot; he said, adding that his game &quot;was kind of sloppy at points. I've got to clean a few things up, just tighten up the driver.&quot; </p></div><div class="news_article"><h1>Round 1 - Rod Pampling leads with opening 60 </h1>November 4, 2016<br><p>Veteran Rod Pampling almost shot golf&rsquo;s magic number before settling for an 11-under-par 60 in the opening round at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas on Thursday.</p><p>Pampling missed an 11-foot birdie putt at the final hole for what would have been a 59.</p><p>&quot;I gave myself a bad read,&quot; the Australian told PGATour.com. &ldquo;I thought it was straight and it just had that little left-to-right (break).&rdquo;</p><p>Pampling tied the TPC Summerlin course record to end the day with a two-shot lead over Americans Brooks Koepka and John Huh.</p><p>Pampling has endured a mediocre year, and he credited his burst of form to a fruitful session working on his driving with his coach on tournament eve.</p><p>&ldquo;I&rsquo;ve been hitting (the irons) quite well for two or three months, just haven&rsquo;t been driving it super,&rdquo; said the 47-year-old from the northern Australian state of Queensland.</p><p>The two-time PGA Tour winner made a confidence-boosting start by chipping in from 70 feet for birdie at the third hole, and then holed out with a nine-iron from 135 yards for eagle at the par-four sixth.</p><p>Later, he capped off his day with another eagle at the par-five 16th, where he almost holed out from the rough from 230 yards before tapping in from six inches.</p><p>&ldquo;To be honest I wasn&rsquo;t really thinking too much about (my score but) when I hit it close on 16, that got my attention,&rdquo; he said.</p><p>&ldquo;I would love to have made one for a 59. It was a decent putt. It was on line when it started. I&rsquo;m glad I gave it a chance.&rdquo;</p><p>The Las Vegas PGA Tour event has a history of throwing up low scores in the Nevada desert. In 1991, at a different course, Chip Beck became the second man to shoot 59 on tour, a list that has since grown to six players.</p><p>American Jim Furyk in August became the first player to shoot 58 on tour, and also the first player to break 60 twice, after previously carding 59 in 2013.</p><p> </p><h1>Scores</h1><div class="news_score"><div class="table-responsive"><p>1 AUS Rod Pampling -20 - 60 68 71 65 264<br /> 2 USA Brooks Koepka -18 - 62 67 70 67 266<br /> 3 USA Lucas Glover -17 - 68 65 65 69 267<br /> T4 USA Harris English -16 - 67 67 67 67 268<br /> T4 ITA Francesco Molinari -16 - 70 68 69 61 268<br /> T4 AUS Geoff Ogilvy -16 - 67 67 66 68 268<br /> T7 USA Keegan Bradley -15 - 67 65 71 66 269<br /> T7 USA Pat Perez -15 - 66 66 69 68 269<br /> T7 USA Kyle Stanley -15 - 67 67 68 67 269<br /> T10 USA John Huh -14 - 62 73 67 68 270<br /> T10 USA Sean O'Hair -14 - 67 66 69 68 270<br /> T10 AUS Cameron Smith -14 - 66 68 68 68 270<br /> T10 USA Shawn Stefani -14 - 66 70 68 66 270<br /> T10 USA Aaron Wise -14 - 66 65 71 68 270<br /> T15 USA Stewart Cink -13 - 70 68 67 66 271<br /> T15 USA James Hahn -13 - 66 66 69 70 271<br /> T15 USA Brian Harman -13 - 70 63 69 69 271<br /> T15 USA Charles Howell III -13 - 67 67 67 70 271<br /> T15 USA Billy Hurley III -13 - 68 71 66 66 271<br /> T15 AUS Matt Jones -13 - 65 68 69 69 271<br /> T15 USA Luke List -13 - 65 69 73 64 271<br /> T15 USA Ryan Moore -13 - 68 66 68 69 271<br /> T15 ESP Jon Rahm -13 - 65 69 69 68 271<br /> T24 USA Russell Henley -12 - 68 69 63 72 272<br /> T24 USA Scott Piercy -12 - 68 68 65 71 272<br /> T24 USA Chez Reavie -12 - 76 61 68 67 272<br /> T27 USA Ryan Brehm -11 - 67 69 67 70 273<br /> T27 GER Alex Cejka -11 - 69 67 70 67 273<br /> T27 CAN Adam Hadwin -11 - 70 64 67 72 273<br /> T27 SCO Martin Laird -11 - 70 69 69 65 273<br /> T31 USA Ryan Blaum -10 - 67 70 68 69 274<br /> T31 AUS John Senden -10 - 66 70 69 69 274<br /> T31 USA Webb Simpson -10 - 71 66 69 68 274<br /> T31 USA Brendan Steele -10 - 68 71 67 68 274<br /> T31 USA Cameron Tringale -10 - 69 68 69 68 274<br /> T36 USA Bryson DeChambeau -9 - 72 66 70 67 275<br /> T36 USA Derek Fathauer -9 - 67 67 72 69 275<br /> T36 USA Trey Mullinax -9 - 66 69 72 68 275<br /> T36 USA Xander Schauffele -9 - 68 70 68 69 275<br /> T36 USA Robert Streb -9 - 70 66 67 72 275<br /> T41 USA Wesley Bryan -8 - 70 68 69 69 276<br /> T41 USA Tony Finau -8 - 72 65 65 74 276<br /> T41 USA Martin Flores -8 - 67 67 77 65 276<br /> T41 USA Billy Horschel -8 - 64 71 70 71 276<br /> T41 USA Davis Love III -8 - 68 70 68 70 276<br /> T41 USA Lee McCoy -8 - 68 70 67 71 276<br /> T41 USA Kyle Reifers -8 - 71 67 66 72 276<br /> T48 SWE Jonas Blixt -7 - 68 70 68 71 277<br /> T48 USA Jason Bohn -7 - 68 69 70 70 277<br /> T48 ESP Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano -7 - 70 68 69 70 277<br /> T48 USA Will MacKenzie -7 - 72 67 67 71 277<br /> T48 USA Troy Merritt -7 - 68 66 73 70 277<br /> T48 KOR Seung-Yul Noh -7 - 67 69 71 70 277<br /> T54 CAN Graham DeLaet -6 - 69 70 66 73 278<br /> T54 KOR Michael Kim -6 - 69 68 67 74 278<br /> T54 CAN Nick Taylor -6 - 68 68 72 70 278<br /> T57 ARG Fabian Gomez -5 - 70 69 70 70 279<br /> T57 TWN Cheng-Tsung Pan -5 - 66 71 72 70 279<br /> T57 IRL Seamus Power -5 - 71 67 72 69 279<br /> T57 USA Harold Varner III -5 - 67 71 69 72 279<br /> T61 USA Chad Campbell -4 - 67 71 69 73 280<br /> T61 USA Chris Kirk -4 - 66 65 75 74 280<br /> T61 USA Kevin Streelman -4 - 67 71 73 69 280<br /> T61 USA Vaughn Taylor -4 - 68 69 72 71 280<br /> T65 RSA Ernie Els -3 - 70 68 72 71 281<br /> T65 USA Cody Gribble -3 - 72 66 72 71 281<br /> T65 USA Daniel Summerhays -3 - 69 70 72 70 281<br /> T68 USA Brian Gay -2 - 72 66 69 75 282<br /> T68 USA Gigi Stoll -2 - 69 70 73 70 282<br /> T70 USA Steve Marino -1 - 72 64 74 73 283<br /> T70 USA Brett Stegmaier -1 - 71 67 71 74 283<br /> T72 USA Smylie Kaufman Par - 71 67 75 71 284<br /> T72 USA Spencer Levin Par - 67 71 75 71 284<br /> 74 USA Jason Kokrak 3 - 71 68 74 74 287<br /> CUT USA Blayne Barber -2 - 72 68 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Zac Blair -2 - 71 69 - - 140<br /> CUT CAN David Hearn -2 - 70 70 - - 140<br /> CUT JPN Ryo Ishikawa -2 - 70 70 - - 140<br /> CUT KOR Sung-Hoon Kang -2 - 71 69 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Jamie Lovemark -2 - 73 67 - - 140<br /> CUT NIR Graeme McDowell -2 - 70 70 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Bryce Molder -2 - 69 71 - - 140<br /> CUT SWE Carl Pettersson -2 - 73 67 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Zack Sucher -2 - 68 72 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Josh Teater -2 - 74 66 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Michael Thompson -2 - 68 72 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Kevin Tway -2 - 68 72 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Boo Weekley -2 - 69 71 - - 140<br /> CUT AUS Aaron Baddeley -1 - 71 70 - - 141<br /> CUT USA Jonathan Byrd -1 - 71 70 - - 141<br /> CUT ARG Miguel Angel Carballo -1 - 74 67 - - 141<br /> CUT USA Bud Cauley -1 - 69 72 - - 141<br /> CUT USA J.J. Henry -1 - 73 68 - - 141<br /> CUT RSA Tyrone Van Aswegen -1 - 71 70 - - 141<br /> CUT USA Johnson Wagner -1 - 71 70 - - 141<br /> CUT USA Richy Werenski -1 - 70 71 - - 141<br /> CUT USA Ricky Barnes Par - 72 70 - - 142<br /> CUT AUS Greg Chalmers Par - 71 71 - - 142<br /> CUT USA Andres Gonzales Par - 74 68 - - 142<br /> CUT USA Jim Herman Par - 68 74 - - 142<br /> CUT USA Marty Jertson Par - 70 72 - - 142<br /> CUT USA Patton Kizzire Par - 71 71 - - 142<br /> CUT NZL Danny Lee Par - 70 72 - - 142<br /> CUT SWE David Lingmerth Par - 74 68 - - 142<br /> CUT FIJ Vijay Singh Par - 67 75 - - 142<br /> CUT USA J.J. Spaun Par - 70 72 - - 142<br /> CUT NZL Steve Alker 1 - 72 71 - - 143<br /> CUT AUS Steven Bowditch 1 - 73 70 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Dominic Bozzelli 1 - 69 74 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Bob Estes 1 - 73 70 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Robert Garrigus 1 - 68 75 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Mark Hubbard 1 - 69 74 - - 143<br /> CUT USA William McGirt 1 - 73 70 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Kevin Na 1 - 68 75 - - 143<br /> CUT USA JT Poston 1 - 69 74 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Brian Campbell 2 - 70 74 - - 144<br /> CUT USA Jon Curran 2 - 72 72 - - 144<br /> CUT USA Peter Malnati 2 - 74 70 - - 144<br /> CUT USA Grayson Murray 2 - 73 71 - - 144<br /> CUT USA Scott Brown 3 - 68 77 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Ken Duke 3 - 70 75 - - 145<br /> CUT ARG Jason Etulain 3 - 74 71 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Morgan Hoffmann 3 - 75 70 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Hunter Mahan 3 - 74 71 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Ollie Schniederjans 3 - 77 68 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Brian Stuard 3 - 71 74 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Bobby Wyatt 3 - 72 73 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Matthew Every 4 - 72 74 - - 146<br /> CUT USA Scott Stallings 4 - 74 72 - - 146<br /> CUT USA Charley Hoffman 5 - 73 74 - - 147<br /> CUT JPN Hiroshi Iwata 5 - 73 74 - - 147<br /> CUT USA Patrick Rodgers 5 - 71 76 - - 147<br /> CUT USA Tommy Gainey 6 - 73 75 - - 148<br /> CUT USA Nick Watney 6 - 69 79 - - 148<br /> CUT ENG Greg Owen 7 - 74 75 - - 149<br /> CUT USA Jimmy Walker 8 - 74 76 - - 150<br /> CUT KOR Sihwan Kim 9 - 74 77 - - 151<br /> CUT USA Ben Martin 10 - 71 81 - - 152<br /> RET USA Colt Knost -26 - 45 - - - 45<br /> RET USA Nicholas Lindheim -10 - 71 61 - - 132<br /> RET USA Kelly Kraft -3 - 73 66 - - 139<br /> RET USA Ben Crane 2 - 73 - - - 73<br /> RET AUS Stuart Appleby 5 - 76 - - - 76</p></div></div>1 AUS Rod Pampling -20 - 60 68 71 65 264<br /> 2 USA Brooks Koepka -18 - 62 67 70 67 266<br /> 3 USA Lucas Glover -17 - 68 65 65 69 267<br /> T4 USA Harris English -16 - 67 67 67 67 268<br /> T4 ITA Francesco Molinari -16 - 70 68 69 61 268<br /> T4 AUS Geoff Ogilvy -16 - 67 67 66 68 268<br /> T7 USA Keegan Bradley -15 - 67 65 71 66 269<br /> T7 USA Pat Perez -15 - 66 66 69 68 269<br /> T7 USA Kyle Stanley -15 - 67 67 68 67 269<br /> T10 USA John Huh -14 - 62 73 67 68 270<br /> T10 USA Sean O'Hair -14 - 67 66 69 68 270<br /> T10 AUS Cameron Smith -14 - 66 68 68 68 270<br /> T10 USA Shawn Stefani -14 - 66 70 68 66 270<br /> T10 USA Aaron Wise -14 - 66 65 71 68 270<br /> T15 USA Stewart Cink -13 - 70 68 67 66 271<br /> T15 USA James Hahn -13 - 66 66 69 70 271<br /> T15 USA Brian Harman -13 - 70 63 69 69 271<br /> T15 USA Charles Howell III -13 - 67 67 67 70 271<br /> T15 USA Billy Hurley III -13 - 68 71 66 66 271<br /> T15 AUS Matt Jones -13 - 65 68 69 69 271<br /> T15 USA Luke List -13 - 65 69 73 64 271<br /> T15 USA Ryan Moore -13 - 68 66 68 69 271<br /> T15 ESP Jon Rahm -13 - 65 69 69 68 271<br /> T24 USA Russell Henley -12 - 68 69 63 72 272<br /> T24 USA Scott Piercy -12 - 68 68 65 71 272<br /> T24 USA Chez Reavie -12 - 76 61 68 67 272<br /> T27 USA Ryan Brehm -11 - 67 69 67 70 273<br /> T27 GER Alex Cejka -11 - 69 67 70 67 273<br /> T27 CAN Adam Hadwin -11 - 70 64 67 72 273<br /> T27 SCO Martin Laird -11 - 70 69 69 65 273<br /> T31 USA Ryan Blaum -10 - 67 70 68 69 274<br /> T31 AUS John Senden -10 - 66 70 69 69 274<br /> T31 USA Webb Simpson -10 - 71 66 69 68 274<br /> T31 USA Brendan Steele -10 - 68 71 67 68 274<br /> T31 USA Cameron Tringale -10 - 69 68 69 68 274<br /> T36 USA Bryson DeChambeau -9 - 72 66 70 67 275<br /> T36 USA Derek Fathauer -9 - 67 67 72 69 275<br /> T36 USA Trey Mullinax -9 - 66 69 72 68 275<br /> T36 USA Xander Schauffele -9 - 68 70 68 69 275<br /> T36 USA Robert Streb -9 - 70 66 67 72 275<br /> T41 USA Wesley Bryan -8 - 70 68 69 69 276<br /> T41 USA Tony Finau -8 - 72 65 65 74 276<br /> T41 USA Martin Flores -8 - 67 67 77 65 276<br /> T41 USA Billy Horschel -8 - 64 71 70 71 276<br /> T41 USA Davis Love III -8 - 68 70 68 70 276<br /> T41 USA Lee McCoy -8 - 68 70 67 71 276<br /> T41 USA Kyle Reifers -8 - 71 67 66 72 276<br /> T48 SWE Jonas Blixt -7 - 68 70 68 71 277<br /> T48 USA Jason Bohn -7 - 68 69 70 70 277<br /> T48 ESP Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano -7 - 70 68 69 70 277<br /> T48 USA Will MacKenzie -7 - 72 67 67 71 277<br /> T48 USA Troy Merritt -7 - 68 66 73 70 277<br /> T48 KOR Seung-Yul Noh -7 - 67 69 71 70 277<br /> T54 CAN Graham DeLaet -6 - 69 70 66 73 278<br /> T54 KOR Michael Kim -6 - 69 68 67 74 278<br /> T54 CAN Nick Taylor -6 - 68 68 72 70 278<br /> T57 ARG Fabian Gomez -5 - 70 69 70 70 279<br /> T57 TWN Cheng-Tsung Pan -5 - 66 71 72 70 279<br /> T57 IRL Seamus Power -5 - 71 67 72 69 279<br /> T57 USA Harold Varner III -5 - 67 71 69 72 279<br /> T61 USA Chad Campbell -4 - 67 71 69 73 280<br /> T61 USA Chris Kirk -4 - 66 65 75 74 280<br /> T61 USA Kevin Streelman -4 - 67 71 73 69 280<br /> T61 USA Vaughn Taylor -4 - 68 69 72 71 280<br /> T65 RSA Ernie Els -3 - 70 68 72 71 281<br /> T65 USA Cody Gribble -3 - 72 66 72 71 281<br /> T65 USA Daniel Summerhays -3 - 69 70 72 70 281<br /> T68 USA Brian Gay -2 - 72 66 69 75 282<br /> T68 USA Gigi Stoll -2 - 69 70 73 70 282<br /> T70 USA Steve Marino -1 - 72 64 74 73 283<br /> T70 USA Brett Stegmaier -1 - 71 67 71 74 283<br /> T72 USA Smylie Kaufman Par - 71 67 75 71 284<br /> T72 USA Spencer Levin Par - 67 71 75 71 284<br /> 74 USA Jason Kokrak 3 - 71 68 74 74 287<br /> CUT USA Blayne Barber -2 - 72 68 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Zac Blair -2 - 71 69 - - 140<br /> CUT CAN David Hearn -2 - 70 70 - - 140<br /> CUT JPN Ryo Ishikawa -2 - 70 70 - - 140<br /> CUT KOR Sung-Hoon Kang -2 - 71 69 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Jamie Lovemark -2 - 73 67 - - 140<br /> CUT NIR Graeme McDowell -2 - 70 70 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Bryce Molder -2 - 69 71 - - 140<br /> CUT SWE Carl Pettersson -2 - 73 67 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Zack Sucher -2 - 68 72 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Josh Teater -2 - 74 66 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Michael Thompson -2 - 68 72 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Kevin Tway -2 - 68 72 - - 140<br /> CUT USA Boo Weekley -2 - 69 71 - - 140<br /> CUT AUS Aaron Baddeley -1 - 71 70 - - 141<br /> CUT USA Jonathan Byrd -1 - 71 70 - - 141<br /> CUT ARG Miguel Angel Carballo -1 - 74 67 - - 141<br /> CUT USA Bud Cauley -1 - 69 72 - - 141<br /> CUT USA J.J. Henry -1 - 73 68 - - 141<br /> CUT RSA Tyrone Van Aswegen -1 - 71 70 - - 141<br /> CUT USA Johnson Wagner -1 - 71 70 - - 141<br /> CUT USA Richy Werenski -1 - 70 71 - - 141<br /> CUT USA Ricky Barnes Par - 72 70 - - 142<br /> CUT AUS Greg Chalmers Par - 71 71 - - 142<br /> CUT USA Andres Gonzales Par - 74 68 - - 142<br /> CUT USA Jim Herman Par - 68 74 - - 142<br /> CUT USA Marty Jertson Par - 70 72 - - 142<br /> CUT USA Patton Kizzire Par - 71 71 - - 142<br /> CUT NZL Danny Lee Par - 70 72 - - 142<br /> CUT SWE David Lingmerth Par - 74 68 - - 142<br /> CUT FIJ Vijay Singh Par - 67 75 - - 142<br /> CUT USA J.J. Spaun Par - 70 72 - - 142<br /> CUT NZL Steve Alker 1 - 72 71 - - 143<br /> CUT AUS Steven Bowditch 1 - 73 70 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Dominic Bozzelli 1 - 69 74 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Bob Estes 1 - 73 70 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Robert Garrigus 1 - 68 75 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Mark Hubbard 1 - 69 74 - - 143<br /> CUT USA William McGirt 1 - 73 70 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Kevin Na 1 - 68 75 - - 143<br /> CUT USA JT Poston 1 - 69 74 - - 143<br /> CUT USA Brian Campbell 2 - 70 74 - - 144<br /> CUT USA Jon Curran 2 - 72 72 - - 144<br /> CUT USA Peter Malnati 2 - 74 70 - - 144<br /> CUT USA Grayson Murray 2 - 73 71 - - 144<br /> CUT USA Scott Brown 3 - 68 77 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Ken Duke 3 - 70 75 - - 145<br /> CUT ARG Jason Etulain 3 - 74 71 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Morgan Hoffmann 3 - 75 70 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Hunter Mahan 3 - 74 71 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Ollie Schniederjans 3 - 77 68 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Brian Stuard 3 - 71 74 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Bobby Wyatt 3 - 72 73 - - 145<br /> CUT USA Matthew Every 4 - 72 74 - - 146<br /> CUT USA Scott Stallings 4 - 74 72 - - 146<br /> CUT USA Charley Hoffman 5 - 73 74 - - 147<br /> CUT JPN Hiroshi Iwata 5 - 73 74 - - 147<br /> CUT USA Patrick Rodgers 5 - 71 76 - - 147<br /> CUT USA Tommy Gainey 6 - 73 75 - - 148<br /> CUT USA Nick Watney 6 - 69 79 - - 148<br /> CUT ENG Greg Owen 7 - 74 75 - - 149<br /> CUT USA Jimmy Walker 8 - 74 76 - - 150<br /> CUT KOR Sihwan Kim 9 - 74 77 - - 151<br /> CUT USA Ben Martin 10 - 71 81 - - 152<br /> RET USA Colt Knost -26 - 45 - - - 45<br /> RET USA Nicholas Lindheim -10 - 71 61 - - 132<br /> RET USA Kelly Kraft -3 - 73 66 - - 139<br /> RET USA Ben Crane 2 - 73 - - - 73<br /> RET AUS Stuart Appleby 5 - 76 - - - 76<p>&nbsp;</p>