THE TOUR Championship presented by Coca-Cola

  • November 2 - 5, 2006
    ESPN
  • East Lake GC - Atlanta, GA
  • Purse $6,500,000
    Defending Champion Adam Scott

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSTEE TIME
1-Adam ScottA. Scott-11-4F69676766269$1,170,000.00-
2-Jim FurykJ. Furyk-8-5F69716765272$730,000.00-
3-Joe DurantJ. Durant-7-3F68687067273$480,000.00-
4-Retief GoosenR. Goosen-6-3F68716867274$345,000.00-
T5-Tom Pernice JrT. Pernice Jr-3-1F69726769277$266,000.00-
T5-Luke DonaldL. Donald-3-2F73676968277$266,000.00-
T5-Trevor ImmelmanT. Immelman-3-1F73666969277$266,000.00-
T8-Lucas GloverL. Glover-2-2F73716668278$215,000.00-
T8-Vijay SinghV. Singh-2+2F69726572278$215,000.00-
T10-Ernie ElsE. Els+1+2F71726672281$182,800.00-
T10-Stuart ApplebyS. Appleby+1EF69707270281$182,800.00-
T12-J.J. HenryJ.J. Henry+2-1F71736969282$163,150.00-
T12-Brett QuigleyB. Quigley+2EF71687370282$163,150.00-
T14-Rod PamplingR. Pampling+3-4F73717366283$146,900.00-
T14-David TomsD. Toms+3-3F74717167283$146,900.00-
16-Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson+4+3F71697173284$137,800.00-
17-Arron OberholserA. Oberholser+5+2F71707272285$132,600.00-
18-Carl PetterssonC. Pettersson+7-1F77707169287$130,000.00-
T19-Dean WilsonD. Wilson+8EF75727170288$126,100.00-
T19-Geoff OgilvyG. Ogilvy+8+1F74727171288$126,100.00-
21-Ben CurtisB. Curtis+9+3F73776673289$122,200.00-
T22-Rory SabbatiniR. Sabbatini+10EF74757170290$118,300.00-
T22-Brett WetterichB. Wetterich+10+2F75746972290$118,300.00-
24-Chad CampbellC. Campbell+11EF73747470291$114,400.00-
25-Stewart CinkS. Cink+12+3F69757573292$111,800.00-
26-K.J. ChoiK.J. Choi+14+2F72787272294$109,200.00-
27-Davis Love IIID. Love III+17+3F82717173297$107,900.00-
--Stephen AmesS. AmesWD-WD----------$0-

Now

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Jermaine Kearse talks about his round with Jordan Spieth at the Travelers Championship celebrity pro-am.

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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson's apology for his actions on the 13th hole at the US Open on Saturday came a few days late but shined a light on the real issue: his angst toward the USGA. Mickelson on more than a few occasions expressed his fears about the way they had handled Shinnecock in the past. And his fears were realized. Had he said so on Saturday, it might have been easier to understand his reaction to seeing his ball about to roll off the green.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Jermaine Kearse, who didn't start playing golf until five years ago, is playing in front of a crowd for the first time at the Travelers Championship celebrity pro-am. The crowds are big because his playing partner is Jordan Spieth. Not too much pressure.

Will Kent ESPN UK 

"I think it's a bit of a shame that the main focus hasn't been Brooks Koepka winning back-to-back U.S. Open titles from what I've seen and heard," Spieth said on Tuesday, reflecting on last week's Major. "It's been on golf courses, players complaining about Phil... you never really want that. it's such a difficult thing to do to win a Major. I don't know what it's like to win one in back-to-back years. It's not like we do what we do for the glory, right, but it is nice to be for the reaction to be about the accomplishment rather than the failure of something else."

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Rory McIlroy's thoughts on the Phil Mickelson/U.S. Open fiasco and the subsequent fallout: "I thought it was a massive overreaction."

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Justin Thomas laughed when asked about the difference between playing last week at the U.S. Open and this week at the Travelers. "Yeah, this will be a little more relaxing."