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2002 Recap

Dates: May 23 - May 26, 2002

Purse: $4,500,000

Par: 36-36=72

Yardage: 7,224

Recap: click to view

Leaders:

First Round : Bob Tway fired a 7-under-par 65 to lead Stewart Cink by one stroke. Stuart Appleby was two back of the lead. Second Round : Justin Leonard moved to 10-under-par 134 to lead Harrison Frazar by one stroke. Tway, Cink and Vijay Singh were two strokes back of the lead. Third Round : Tway was at 12-under-par 204 and led Cink by one stroke and Leonard by two.

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

Missed Cut: David Berganio, Jr. (74-74-MC), Jonathan Byrd (78-69-MC), David Frost (71-76-MC), Jay Hass (74-73-MC), Michael Hoey (76-71-MC), Franklin Langham (72-75-MC), Ian Leggatt (72-75-MC), Craig Parry (76-71-MC), Joey Sindelar (75-72-MC), Erik Compton (76-72-MC), Steve Flesch (73-75-MC), Jeff Julian ( 77-71-MC), Scott Laycock (75-73-MC), Chris Riley (72-76-MC), Curtis Strange (75-75-MC), Mark Calcavecchia (75-76-MC), Fred Couples (80-71-MC), J.J. Henry (75-76-MC), Per-Ulrick Johansson (73-78-MC), Brice Molder (77-74-MC), Gary Nicklaus (78-73-MC), John Daly (81-71-MC), Kaname Yokoo (77-75-MC), Greg Chalmers (83-72-MC), Roger Maltbie (84-78-MC), Jesper Parnevik (W/D).

Weather: Mix of sun and clouds on Thursday and Friday with temperatures in the high 70s. Play was suspended on Friday from 6:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. due to rain and thunderstorms in the area. Saturday showers in the morning with temperatures reaching 80. Sunday was cool with temperatures in the mid 60s to low 70s

2002 Final Leaderboard

Name R1 R2 R3 R4 Tot Purse
1 Jim Furyk 71 70 68 65 274 $810,000
2 John Cook 73 69 65 69 276 $396,000
  David Peoples 69 74 65 68 276 $396,000
4 David Duval 75 69 67 66 277 $169,650
  Harrison Frazar 70 65 75 67 277 $169,650
  Shigeki Maruyama 74 66 67 70 277 $169,650
  Vijay Singh 69 67 72 69 277 $169,650
  Bob Tway 65 71 68 73 277 $169,650
9 Billy Andrade 72 72 67 67 278 $117,000
  Stewart Cink 66 70 69 73 278 $117,000
  Jerry Kelly 71 71 68 68 278 $117,000
  Phil Mickelson 73 66 70 69 278 $117,000
13 Ernie Els 70 71 69 69 279 $87,000
  Brad Faxon 71 69 70 69 279 $87,000
15 John Rollins 72 69 68 70 279 $87,000
16 Tim Clark 77 64 68 71 280 $72,000
  Skip Kendall 73 66 68 73 280 $72,000
  Justin Leonard 69 65 72 74 280 $72,000
19 Rocco Mediate 70 73 68 70 281 $58,500
  Heath Slocum 73 66 69 73 281 $58,500
  Jeff Sluman 69 70 71 71 281 $58,500
22 Fred Funk 72 70 69 71 282 $43,200
  John Huston 73 70 71 68 282 $43,200
  Tom Lehman 68 73 71 70 282 $43,200
  Craig Stadler 73 69 70 70 282 $43,200
  Tiger Woods 74 70 72 66 282 $43,200
27 Robert Allenby 70 73 72 68 283 $31,950
  Charles Howell III 70 76 67 70 283 $31,950
  Steve Lowery 73 72 68 70 283 $31,950
  Jeff Maggert 72 67 74 70 283 $31,950
31 Corey Pavin 73 69 72 69 283 $31,950
32 Stuart Appleby 67 73 71 73 284 $22,860
  Paul Azinger 73 68 69 74 284 $22,860
  Cameron Beckman 72 70 69 73 284 $22,860
  K.J. Choi 71 74 71 68 284 $22,860
  David Gossett 70 72 69 73 284 $22,860
  Lee Janzen 73 68 70 73 284 $22,860
  Matt Kuchar 74 72 67 71 284 $22,860
  Peter Lonard 73 71 70 70 284 $22,860
  Len Mattiace 71 73 71 69 284 $22,860
  Mike Weir 74 68 72 70 284 $22,860
42 Olin Browne 70 71 71 73 285 $16,650
  J.L. Lewis 75 70 68 72 285 $16,650
  Frank Lickliter II 69 72 70 74 285 $16,650
45 Tim Herron 74 69 71 72 286 $13,545
  Steve Jones 74 70 68 74 286 $13,545
  Billy Mayfair 71 72 72 71 286 $13,545
  Tom Pernice,Jr. 68 73 72 73 286 $13,545
49 Glen Day 72 69 74 72 287 $10,903
  Joel Edwards 75 68 73 71 287 $10,903
  Rod Pampling 75 69 72 71 287 $10,903
  Dennis Paulson 74 72 70 71 287 $10,903
  Scott Verplank 72 68 74 73 287 $10,903
54 Briny Baird 75 70 67 75 287 $10,903
  Brett Quigley 71 71 68 77 287 $10,903
56 Robert Damron 72 73 74 69 288 $10,125
  Andrew Magee 72 74 71 71 288 $10,125
  Mark O’Meara 76 68 71 73 288 $10,125
  Chris Smith 75 69 71 73 288 $10,125
60 Jose Coceres 70 73 74 72 289 $9,720
  David Edwards 73 69 72 75 289 $9,720
  Matt Gogel 73 73 71 72 289 $9,720
  Carl Paulson 75 69 74 71 289 $9,720
  Kenny Perry 74 68 74 73 289 $9,720
65 Jay Don Blake 76 69 75 70 290 $9,315
  Chad Campbell 76 69 72 73 290 $9,315
  Geoff Ogilvy 75 70 72 73 290 $9,315
  Toru Taniguchi 74 68 75 73 290 $9,315
69 Kevin Sutherland 73 71 71 77 292 $9,090
70 Garrett Willis 73 69 73 79 294 $9,000
71 Jack Nicklaus 71 74 71 79 295 $8,910
72 Paul Stankowski 75 71 74 76 296 $8,820
73 Sergio Garcia 75 70 77 75 297 $8,730
74 Bubba Dickerson 74 72 78 76 300 $8,640
75 Carlos Franco 74 71 78 79 302 $8,550

2002 Recap

Dates: May 23 - May 26, 2002

Purse: $4,500,000

Par: 36-36=72

Yardage: 7,224

Recap: click to view

Leaders:

First Round : Bob Tway fired a 7-under-par 65 to lead Stewart Cink by one stroke. Stuart Appleby was two back of the lead. Second Round : Justin Leonard moved to 10-under-par 134 to lead Harrison Frazar by one stroke. Tway, Cink and Vijay Singh were two strokes back of the lead. Third Round : Tway was at 12-under-par 204 and led Cink by one stroke and Leonard by two.

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

Missed Cut: David Berganio, Jr. (74-74-MC), Jonathan Byrd (78-69-MC), David Frost (71-76-MC), Jay Hass (74-73-MC), Michael Hoey (76-71-MC), Franklin Langham (72-75-MC), Ian Leggatt (72-75-MC), Craig Parry (76-71-MC), Joey Sindelar (75-72-MC), Erik Compton (76-72-MC), Steve Flesch (73-75-MC), Jeff Julian ( 77-71-MC), Scott Laycock (75-73-MC), Chris Riley (72-76-MC), Curtis Strange (75-75-MC), Mark Calcavecchia (75-76-MC), Fred Couples (80-71-MC), J.J. Henry (75-76-MC), Per-Ulrick Johansson (73-78-MC), Brice Molder (77-74-MC), Gary Nicklaus (78-73-MC), John Daly (81-71-MC), Kaname Yokoo (77-75-MC), Greg Chalmers (83-72-MC), Roger Maltbie (84-78-MC), Jesper Parnevik (W/D).

Weather: Mix of sun and clouds on Thursday and Friday with temperatures in the high 70s. Play was suspended on Friday from 6:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. due to rain and thunderstorms in the area. Saturday showers in the morning with temperatures reaching 80. Sunday was cool with temperatures in the mid 60s to low 70s