Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship

  • June 28 - July 1, 2012
  • Fox Chapel Golf Club
  • Par 70
    Yards 6,710
  • Purse $2,700,000
    2012 Champion Joe Daley

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSTEE TIME
1-Joe DaleyJ. Daley-14-2F66646868266$405,000.00-
2-Tom LehmanT. Lehman-12-1F66676669268$237,600.00-
3-Olin BrowneO. Browne-11-5F73626965269$194,400.00-
T4-Mark CalcavecchiaM. Calcavecchia-10+2F69656472270$144,450.00-
T4-Fred CouplesF. Couples-10+1F66637071270$144,450.00-
T6-Kirk TriplettK. Triplett-9-4F71696566271$102,600.00-
T6-Bill GlassonB. Glasson-9-1F67676869271$102,600.00-
8-Kenny PerryK. Perry-8-2F68696768272$86,400.00-
T9-Michael AllenM. Allen-7-1F66687069273$72,900.00-
T9-Fred FunkF. Funk-7+2F65726472273$72,900.00-
11-Jeff FreemanJ. Freeman-6+4F70656574274$64,800.00-
T12-Chien Soon LuC. Soon Lu-5-3F74676767275$56,700.00-
T12-Willie WoodW. Wood-5-1F70667069275$56,700.00-
T14-Jim RutledgeJ. Rutledge-4-4F74696766276$44,550.00-
T14-Mike GoodesM. Goodes-4-3F74676867276$44,550.00-
T14-Steve LoweryS. Lowery-4-3F73696767276$44,550.00-
T14-Mark WiebeM. Wiebe-4-2F71736468276$44,550.00-
T14-Bruce VaughanB. Vaughan-4+1F64746771276$44,550.00-
T14-Roger ChapmanR. Chapman-4+2F70686672276$44,550.00-
T20-Corey PavinC. Pavin-3-3F70707067277$29,396.00-
T20-John CookJ. Cook-3-2F74676868277$29,396.00-
T20-Brad BryantB. Bryant-3-2F69766468277$29,396.00-
T20-Jay Don BlakeJ. Don Blake-3EF69657370277$29,396.00-
T20-Morris HatalskyM. Hatalsky-3EF71676970277$29,396.00-
T20-Jay HaasJ. Haas-3+1F71696671277$29,396.00-
T20-Tom WatsonT. Watson-3+1F70676971277$29,396.00-
T20-Steve PateS. Pate-3+2F68696872277$29,396.00-
T28-Mark BrooksM. Brooks-2-6F73717064278$22,950.00-
T28-David FrostD. Frost-2EF71696870278$22,950.00-
T30-Hale IrwinH. Irwin-1-3F72687267279$18,259.00-
T30-Gil MorganG. Morgan-1-3F70717167279$18,259.00-
T30-Russ CochranR. Cochran-1-2F71716968279$18,259.00-
T30-Joel EdwardsJ. Edwards-1EF73667070279$18,259.00-
T30-Sandy LyleS. Lyle-1EF73696770279$18,259.00-
T30-Tom JenkinsT. Jenkins-1EF73716570279$18,259.00-
T30-David EgerD. Eger-1+1F70687071279$18,259.00-
T30-Larry MizeL. Mize-1+4F70657074279$18,259.00-
T38-Brad FaxonB. FaxonE-2F69737068280$13,770.00-
T38-Rod SpittleR. SpittleEEF68746870280$13,770.00-
T38-P.H. Horgan IIIP.H. Horgan IIIE+1F72686971280$13,770.00-
T38-Loren RobertsL. RobertsE+1F70736671280$13,770.00-
T38-Peter SeniorP. SeniorE+2F69736672280$13,770.00-
T43-Gary HallbergG. Hallberg+1EF71746670281$11,340.00-
T43-Bobby ClampettB. Clampett+1+2F68726972281$11,340.00-
T43-Jeff SlumanJ. Sluman+1+2F73686872281$11,340.00-
T43-Steve JonesS. Jones+1+3F72667073281$11,340.00-
47-Jeff HartJ. Hart+2+2F70736772282$9,990.00-
T48-Tom PurtzerT. Purtzer+3EF69737170283$8,640.00-
T48-Larry NelsonL. Nelson+3+1F72726871283$8,640.00-
T48-Gene JonesG. Jones+3+2F76706572283$8,640.00-
T48-Jim CarterJ. Carter+3+6F74666776283$8,640.00-
52-Tom KiteT. Kite+4+1F71687471284$7,290.00-
T53-Dick MastD. Mast+5-4F79707066285$6,210.00-
T53-Greg NormanG. Norman+5+1F67747371285$6,210.00-
T53-Jim ThorpeJ. Thorpe+5+1F67707771285$6,210.00-
T53-Bob TwayB. Tway+5+1F72727071285$6,210.00-
T53-Phil BlackmarP. Blackmar+5+2F72736872285$6,210.00-
T58-Hal SuttonH. Sutton+6-2F74687668286$5,265.00-
T58-Ted SchulzT. Schulz+6+2F69727372286$5,265.00-
T60-Bob GilderB. Gilder+7-3F73737467287$4,725.00-
T60-Bobby WadkinsB. Wadkins+7+3F75716873287$4,725.00-
T62-David PeoplesD. Peoples+8+2F70717572288$4,050.00-
T62-Chip BeckC. Beck+8+5F71717175288$4,050.00-
T62-Peter JacobsenP. Jacobsen+8+5F71736975288$4,050.00-
T65-Bruce FleisherB. Fleisher+9EF73776970289$3,375.00-
T65-Lonnie NielsenL. Nielsen+9+7F71756677289$3,375.00-
67-Craig StadlerC. Stadler+10+8F70707278290$2,970.00-
T68-Jerry PateJ. Pate+12-1F75747469292$2,538.00-
T68-Tommy Armour IIIT. Armour III+12+7F74677477292$2,538.00-
T68-Jim Gallagher Jr.J. Gallagher Jr.+12+8F73697278292$2,538.00-
T71-Dan ForsmanD. Forsman+13+6F75736976293$2,052.00-
T71-Eduardo RomeroE. Romero+13+9F73707179293$2,052.00-
T71-John HustonJ. Huston+13+11F74677181293$2,052.00-
T74-Scott SimpsonS. Simpson+15-1F72767869295$1,728.00-
T74-Andy BeanA. Bean+15+7F74717377295$1,728.00-
76-Andrew MageeA. Magee+16+4F71757674296$1,566.00-
77-Mark McNultyM. McNulty+18+4F76757374298$1,458.00-
78-Ben CrenshawB. Crenshaw+19+6F74787176299$1,350.00-
79-Wayne LeviW. Levi+25+6F80757476305$1,242.00-
80-Tony JacklinT. Jacklin+40+11F81807881320$1,161.00-
--D.A. WeibringD.A. WeibringWD-WD736917--142$0-

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