Principal Charity Classic

  • May 31 - June 2, 2013
  • Wakonda Club
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,910
  • Purse $1,750,000
    2013 Champion Russ Cochran

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3TOTEARNINGSTEE TIME
1-Russ CochranR. Cochran-11-5F716767205$262,500.00-
2-Jay Don BlakeJ. Don Blake-10-3F716669206$154,000.00-
T3-Mark CalcavecchiaM. Calcavecchia-9-5F707067207$104,417.00-
T3-Kirk TriplettK. Triplett-9-5F726867207$104,417.00-
T3-Duffy WaldorfD. Waldorf-9-1F696771207$104,417.00-
6-Peter SeniorP. Senior-8-3F746569208$70,000.00-
T7-Joel EdwardsJ. Edwards-7-6F717266209$45,281.00-
T7-Ian WoosnamI. Woosnam-7-5F736967209$45,281.00-
T7-Doug GarwoodD. Garwood-7-4F707168209$45,281.00-
T7-Jay HaasJ. Haas-7-4F717068209$45,281.00-
T7-David EgerD. Eger-7-2F716870209$45,281.00-
T7-Tom LehmanT. Lehman-7-2F697070209$45,281.00-
T7-Michael AllenM. Allen-7-2F726770209$45,281.00-
T7-Bart BryantB. Bryant-7EF736472209$45,281.00-
T15-Roger ChapmanR. Chapman-6-4F746868210$30,625.00-
T15-Loren RobertsL. Roberts-6-1F706971210$30,625.00-
17-Kirk HanefeldK. Hanefeld-5-3F727069211$28,000.00-
T18-Steve PateS. Pate-4-4F756968212$24,558.00-
T18-Hale IrwinH. Irwin-4-1F707171212$24,558.00-
T18-Corey PavinC. Pavin-4-1F707171212$24,558.00-
T21-Dan ForsmanD. Forsman-3-3F697569213$20,912.00-
T21-Dick MastD. Mast-3-1F727071213$20,912.00-
T23-John CookJ. Cook-2-2F747070214$17,938.00-
T23-Mark O'MearaM. O'Meara-2EF746872214$17,938.00-
T23-Scott HochS. Hoch-2+1F697273214$17,938.00-
T23-Gene SauersG. Sauers-2+1F717073214$17,938.00-
T27-Tommy Armour IIIT. Armour III-1-3F737369215$14,875.00-
T27-Jeff SlumanJ. Sluman-1+1F707273215$14,875.00-
T27-Rocco MediateR. Mediate-1EF727172215$14,875.00-
T27-Jim Gallagher Jr.J. Gallagher Jr.-1+1F746873215$14,875.00-
T31-Bernhard LangerB. LangerE-3F727569216$11,309.00-
T31-Mike GoodesM. GoodesE-3F767169216$11,309.00-
T31-Esteban ToledoE. ToledoE-2F707670216$11,309.00-
T31-Larry MizeL. MizeE-1F727371216$11,309.00-
T31-Steve ElkingtonS. ElkingtonE-1F727371216$11,309.00-
T31-Bobby ClampettB. ClampettE+1F707373216$11,309.00-
T31-Mark McNultyM. McNultyE+2F717174216$11,309.00-
T31-Barry LaneB. LaneE+3F717075216$11,309.00-
T39-Neal LancasterN. Lancaster+1+1F727273217$8,575.00-
T39-Bill GlassonB. Glasson+1+1F727273217$8,575.00-
T39-Tom Pernice, Jr.T. Pernice, Jr.+1+1F717373217$8,575.00-
T39-Brian HenningerB. Henninger+1+2F717274217$8,575.00-
T39-Larry NelsonL. Nelson+1+4F717076217$8,575.00-
T44-Jeff HartJ. Hart+2-2F747470218$6,475.00-
T44-Scott SimpsonS. Simpson+2-1F757271218$6,475.00-
T44-Tom PurtzerT. Purtzer+2EF737372218$6,475.00-
T44-Chien Soon LuC. Soon Lu+2EF737372218$6,475.00-
T44-Jim RutledgeJ. Rutledge+2+1F747173218$6,475.00-
T44-Sandy LyleS. Lyle+2+2F756974218$6,475.00-
T44-Steve LoweryS. Lowery+2+4F727076218$6,475.00-
T51-Anders ForsbrandA. Forsbrand+3-3F777369219$4,480.00-
T51-David FrostD. Frost+3+1F776973219$4,480.00-
T51-Gil MorganG. Morgan+3+2F717474219$4,480.00-
T51-Tom JenkinsT. Jenkins+3+2F737274219$4,480.00-
T51-Gary HallbergG. Hallberg+3+2F757074219$4,480.00-
T56-Rod SpittleR. Spittle+4+1F727573220$3,588.00-
T56-Andrew MageeA. Magee+4+1F737473220$3,588.00-
T56-John InmanJ. Inman+4+2F776974220$3,588.00-
T56-Bobby WadkinsB. Wadkins+4+6F717178220$3,588.00-
T60-Willie WoodW. Wood+5EF747572221$2,888.00-
T60-Jim ThorpeJ. Thorpe+5EF777272221$2,888.00-
T60-Chie-Hsiang LinC. Lin+5EF806972221$2,888.00-
T60-Trevor DoddsT. Dodds+5+2F777074221$2,888.00-
64-Gene JonesG. Jones+6+1F767373222$2,450.00-
65-Mark MoulandM. Mouland+7+4F757276223$2,275.00-
66-Tom KiteT. Kite+8+3F777275224$2,100.00-
67-Blaine McCallisterB. McCallister+9+4F767376225$1,925.00-
68-Dana QuigleyD. Quigley+11+6F767378227$1,750.00-
T69-Mark WiebeM. Wiebe+12EF817572228$1,540.00-
T69-Joe DaleyJ. Daley+12+4F737976228$1,540.00-
T69-Vicente FernandezV. Fernandez+12+5F767577228$1,540.00-
T72-Andy BeanA. Bean+13+8F757480229$1,278.00-
T72-Bob GilderB. Gilder+13+8F787180229$1,278.00-
74-Mark BrooksM. Brooks+14+7F767579230$1,155.00-
T75-Wayne LeviW. Levi+15+4F807576231$1,050.00-
T75-Bob NigerB. Niger+15+7F797379231$1,050.00-
T77-Morris HatalskyM. Hatalsky+16+6F757978232$910.00-
T77-Curtis StrangeC. Strange+16+9F757681232$910.00-
79-Jerry PateJ. Pate+17+7F767879233$805.00-
80-Fuzzy ZoellerF. Zoeller+28+12F847684244$752.00-
--Fred FunkF. FunkWD-WD76----76$0-

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