Viking Classic

  • September 27 - 30, 2007
  • Annandale GC - Madison, MS
  • Purse $3,500,000
    Defending Champion Chad Campbell

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Chad CampbellC. Campbell-13-3F70726469275$630,000.000-
2-Johnson WagnerJ. Wagner-12-2F73656870276$378,000.000-
T3-Boo WeekleyB. Weekley-11-2F68697070277$203,000.000-
T3-Bill HaasB. Haas-11EF68677072277$203,000.000-
T5-John SendenJ. Senden-10-2F68697170278$127,750.000-
T5-Shaun MicheelS. Micheel-10EF70686872278$127,750.000-
T5-David BranshawD. Branshaw-10+3F66686975278$127,750.000-
T8-Alex CejkaA. Cejka-9-2F69726870279$101,500.000-
T8-Kent JonesK. Jones-9-1F71706771279$101,500.000-
T8-Bo Van PeltB. Van Pelt-9-2F70716870279$101,500.000-
T11-Ken DukeK. Duke-8-7F74707165280$84,000.000-
T11-Harrison FrazarH. Frazar-8EF71677072280$84,000.000-
T13-Heath SlocumH. Slocum-7-2F70717070281$65,625.000-
T13-J.P. HayesJ.P. Hayes-7EF68687372281$65,625.000-
T13-Jay DelsingJ. Delsing-7+2F72657074281$65,625.000-
T13-Daisuke MaruyamaD. Maruyama-7+1F73706573281$65,625.000-
T17-Steve LoweryS. Lowery-6-2F66776970282$49,000.000-
T17-Nick FlanaganN. Flanagan-6EF68697372282$49,000.000-
T17-Mark HensbyM. Hensby-6-2F73706970282$49,000.000-
T17-Jesper ParnevikJ. Parnevik-6-3F68737269282$49,000.000-
T17-Joe DurantJ. Durant-6-3F72697269282$49,000.000-
T22-Charley HoffmanC. Hoffman-5+3F69687175283$31,550.000-
T22-Jay WilliamsonJ. Williamson-5-2F72726970283$31,550.000-
T22-Fred FunkF. Funk-5+4F69696976283$31,550.000-
T22-Jason DufnerJ. Dufner-5+1F69717073283$31,550.000-
T22-Craig LileC. Lile-5EF70687372283$31,550.000-
T22-Michael SimM. Sim-5-1F68756971283$31,550.000-
T22-John MerrickJ. Merrick-5EF73696972283$31,550.000-
T29-Cameron BeckmanC. Beckman-4+3F65707475284$22,750.000-
T29-Brendon de JongeB. de Jonge-4-1F70737071284$22,750.000-
T29-Billy AndradeB. Andrade-4+1F69717173284$22,750.000-
T29-Jeff OvertonJ. Overton-4-1F68697671284$22,750.000-
T29-Jason SchultzJ. Schultz-4-2F68717570284$22,750.000-
T34-George McNeillG. McNeill-3+1F69707373285$18,060.000-
T34-Duffy WaldorfD. Waldorf-3+3F70707075285$18,060.000-
T34-Robert DamronR. Damron-3+1F73687173285$18,060.000-
T34-Craig BarlowC. Barlow-3-1F66727671285$18,060.000-
T34-Kevin NaK. Na-3+2F68737074285$18,060.000-
T39-Steve ElkingtonS. Elkington-2+6F69726778286$14,350.000-
T39-Rich BarceloR. Barcelo-2EF72707272286$14,350.000-
T39-Richard S. JohnsonR. S. Johnson-2-2F69747370286$14,350.000-
T39-Andrew BuckleA. Buckle-2+2F71736874286$14,350.000-
T39-Arjun AtwalA. Atwal-2+3F70707175286$14,350.000-
T44-David DuvalD. Duval-1+2F72697274287$10,878.000-
T44-Briny BairdB. Baird-1+2F63787274287$10,878.000-
T44-Ryan PalmerR. Palmer-1+3F72716975287$10,878.000-
T44-Steve WheatcroftS. Wheatcroft-1-1F70717571287$10,878.000-
T44-Matt HendrixM. Hendrix-1EF71737172287$10,878.000-
T49-D.J. TrahanD.J. TrahanE+2F66747474288$8,638.000-
T49-Jim McGovernJ. McGovernE+2F72697374288$8,638.000-
T49-Greg OwenG. OwenE+4F71726976288$8,638.000-
T49-Chris RileyC. RileyE+4F70707276288$8,638.000-
T49-Michael BoydM. BoydE+2F71707374288$8,638.000-
T54-Bubba DickersonB. Dickerson+1EF71737372289$7,980.000-
T54-Scott GutschewskiS. Gutschewski+1+1F72727273289$7,980.000-
T54-Michael AllenM. Allen+1+1F68747473289$7,980.000-
T54-Tag RidingsT. Ridings+1+1F70737373289$7,980.000-
T54-John DalyJ. Daly+1+1F68727673289$7,980.000-
T59-Eric AxleyE. Axley+2+5F68707577290$7,630.000-
T59-Kevin StadlerK. Stadler+2+5F69717377290$7,630.000-
T59-Gavin ColesG. Coles+2+2F67767374290$7,630.000-
T59-Oliver ThomsonO. Thomson+2+1F69757373290$00-
T59-Carl PetterssonC. Pettersson+2+2F73717274290$7,630.000-
T64-Daniel ChopraD. Chopra+3+2F71727474291$7,385.000-
T64-Mathew GogginM. Goggin+3+2F69757374291$7,385.000-
T66-Bob BurnsB. Burns+4+2F71737474292$7,245.000-
T66-Jim RutledgeJ. Rutledge+4+3F72707575292$7,245.000-
68-Marco DawsonM. Dawson+5+4F69757376293$7,140.000-
T69-Freddie JacobsonF. Jacobson+7+5F73717477295$7,035.000-
T69-Jim Gallagher Jr.J. Gallagher Jr.+7+3F74697775295$7,035.000-
71-Bryce MolderB. Molder+10+9F71717581298$6,930.000-
--Gabriel HjertstedtG. HjertstedtCUT-CUT7372----145$00-
--Olin BrowneO. BrowneCUT-CUT7075----145$00-
--Larry MizeL. MizeCUT-CUT7273----145$00-
--Mathias GronbergM. GronbergCUT-CUT7570----145$00-
--Craig BowdenC. BowdenCUT-CUT7570----145$00-
--Jarrod LyleJ. LyleCUT-CUT7273----145$00-
--Tommy Armour IIIT. Armour IIICUT-CUT7471----145$00-
--Jerry SmithJ. SmithCUT-CUT7075----145$00-
--Lee JanzenL. JanzenCUT-CUT7273----145$00-
--Tripp IsenhourT. IsenhourCUT-CUT7075----145$00-
--Charlie WiC. WiCUT-CUT7570----145$00-
--Kirk TriplettK. TriplettCUT-CUT7174----145$00-
--Shigeki MaruyamaS. MaruyamaCUT-CUT7174----145$00-
--Craig KanadaC. KanadaCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Michael BradleyM. BradleyCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Glen DayG. DayCUT-CUT7472----146$00-
--Ted PurdyT. PurdyCUT-CUT7175----146$00-
--Willie WoodW. WoodCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Greg KraftG. KraftCUT-CUT7472----146$00-
--Chris SmithC. SmithCUT-CUT7175----146$00-
--Darron StilesD. StilesCUT-CUT7076----146$00-
--Chris KirkC. KirkCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Jeff BrehautJ. BrehautCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Todd HamiltonT. HamiltonCUT-CUT7175----146$00-
--Jaco Van ZylJ. Van ZylCUT-CUT7076----146$00-
--Doug LaBelle IID. LaBelle IICUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--Matt KucharM. KucharCUT-CUT7473----147$00-
--Robert GamezR. GamezCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--John HustonJ. HustonCUT-CUT7473----147$00-
--Michael PutnamM. PutnamCUT-CUT7275----147$00-
--Bob TwayB. TwayCUT-CUT7275----147$00-
--Neal LancasterN. LancasterCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--Vance VeazeyV. VeazeyCUT-CUT7077----147$00-
--Thomas LevetT. LevetCUT-CUT7077----147$00-
--D.J. BrigmanD.J. BrigmanCUT-CUT7374----147$00-
--Brett WetterichB. WetterichCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--Paul GowP. GowCUT-CUT7770----147$00-
--Mark BrooksM. BrooksCUT-CUT7177----148$00-
--Ryan ArmourR. ArmourCUT-CUT7276----148$00-
--Tom ByrumT. ByrumCUT-CUT7474----148$00-
--Phil TataurangiP. TataurangiCUT-CUT7375----148$00-
--Anders HansenA. HansenCUT-CUT7375----148$00-
--Chris StroudC. StroudCUT-CUT7475----149$00-
--Jeff GoveJ. GoveCUT-CUT7772----149$00-
--Parker McLachlinP. McLachlinCUT-CUT7179----150$00-
--Brian GayB. GayCUT-CUT7476----150$00-
--Craig PerksC. PerksCUT-CUT7476----150$00-
--Blaine McCallisterB. McCallisterCUT-CUT7674----150$00-
--Kyle ReifersK. ReifersCUT-CUT7675----151$00-
--Bob HeintzB. HeintzCUT-CUT7477----151$00-
--Garrett WillisG. WillisCUT-CUT7873----151$00-
--Dicky PrideD. PrideCUT-CUT7775----152$00-
--Grant WaiteG. WaiteCUT-CUT7478----152$00-
--Dan ForsmanD. ForsmanCUT-CUT7973----152$00-
--Chris TidlandC. TidlandCUT-CUT7181----152$00-
--Scott GumpS. GumpCUT-CUT7778----155$00-
--Tom JohnsonT. JohnsonWD-WD72------72$00-
--Chris CouchC. CouchWD-WD72------72$00-
--Vaughn TaylorV. TaylorWD-WD74------74$00-
--Joey SindelarJ. SindelarWD-WD76------76$00-
--Frank Lickliter IIF. Lickliter IIDQ-DQ7173----144$00-
--Brent GeibergerB. GeibergerCut-Cut----------$00-
--John CookJ. CookCut-Cut----------$00-
--Richard GreenR. GreenCut-Cut----------$00-

Now

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Lindsey Vonn made a hole-in-one the first time she ever played 18 holes?! Yep. And apparently she likes me better when I'm "tall" (standing on a step).

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

A new world #1 and what to watch for this week's KPMG Women's PGA Championship at Olympia Fields. Bill Fields and Michael Collins will be your guides for the 2nd major of the year.

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Steph Curry will be competing again much sooner than expected. It was announced Wednesday that the Golden State Warriors point guard will compete in the Web.com Tour's Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae, Aug. 3-6. "Golf has always been a passion of mine," he said in a statement. "It's a dream come true to get the chance to play inside the ropes amongst the pros in a PGA Tour-sanctioned tournament." Curry, who plays to a 0.6 handicap, will retain his current amateur status for the tournament.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Jordan Spieth picked up his 10th career PGA TOUR win, joining Tiger Woods as the only players with as many as 10 before turning 24 years old.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

As Jordan Spieth takes questions after winning the Travelers Championship with a hole-out birdie in a sudden-death playoff, his caddie Michael Greller hangs out in the back of the news conference listening in to what his boss has to say.

Aishwarya Kumar ESPN.com 

Jordan Spieth becomes the 2017 Travelers Championship winner. He says he's going to take a few days off and then come back to work hard and try to win a Masters Tournament. "This is a special tournament and they pamper us here," he says.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Third putter in three days at the Travelers Championship for Rory McIlroy, who doesn't sound exactly committed to keeping the latest flatstick in the bag for very long.

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

Jordan Spieth, the 54-hole leader at the Travelers Championship, joked about his back-nine stumble on Saturday and why a water hazard is better than OB.

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

First came to the Travelers Championship roughly 25 years ago and have covered it for nearly a decade. Have never seen crowds like this, especially following Jordan Spieth's group for the front nine of Round 3 on Saturday. If the PGA Tour was debating if their rule about having pros play different tournaments was a good one, this photo speaks volumes.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

World No. 3 Rory McIlroy nearly missed the cut Friday at the Travelers Championship and spoke about the challenges ahead ... before he knew if he'd be playing 36 more holes at TPC River Highlands. (He is.)

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Rory McIlroy was on the cut line Friday afternoon at the Travelers Championship, his ball resting in the fairway just 105 yards from the final hole. He took out a wedge, aimed at his target -- and hit it 63 yards into the right rough. "My right foot completely came out from under me," he later explained. "It was weird. As soon as I started down, I just felt it and I couldn't stop. ... Not a very nice shot to finish with." He bogeyed the hole, but in his first career start at this event, quickly received a reprieve. As he moved down on the leaderboard, the cut line moved with him. McIlroy will enter the weekend eight strokes behind leader Jordan Spieth, but did avoid missing a second consecutive PGA Tour cut for the first time in five years.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

India's Anirban Lahiri improved by 10 shots (73 to 63) from Round 1 to Round 2 at the Travelers Championship on Friday. His 63 is his lowest in his PGA Tour career. Lahiri is coming off a T-2 finish in his most recent start at Jack Nicklaus' Memorial Tournament earlier this month.

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

Jordan Spieth's 69 on Friday didn't match his 63 from Round 1, but the two-time major winner still walked off the course with the lead at the Travelers Championship.

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

Two-time major winner Jordan Spieth doesn't expect to shoot 63 all four rounds at the Travelers Championship, but it's a good start.

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

Zach Zaback might be playing the ultimate in PGA Tour home games. The 23-year-old who has status on PGA Tour Latino America and went to UConn actually has a family home here at TPC River Highlands. Was he intimidated playing in a field win Rory McIlroy and Jason Day?

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

Rory McIlroy, who struggled with 30 putts in his opening-round 67 on Thursday at the Travelers Championship, said he's debating what to do with the flatstick.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Who's idea was the Phil Mickelson and Jim "Bones" Mackay split? The answers will be in the actions they take next.

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

After shooting a record-setting 63 in Round 3 at the U.S. Open, Justin Thomas didn't clinch his first major victory Sunday at Erin Hills. This week at the Travelers Championship, the 24-year-old four-time PGA Tour winner expressed his confidence about his major chances.

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

Rory McIlroy is playing this week at the Travelers Championship and he's quite pleased with the new PGA Tour rule that aims to get more golfers competing in events that they haven't previously played.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Veteran caddie John Wood issued this statement about the split of Phil Mickelson and Jim "Bones" Mackay.. "Along with being great friends to me and so any others on tour, Phil and Bones have set the standard for player/caddie relationships. They more than any other partnership showed what was possible in terms of working together for a common goal. They were a team in the truest sense of the word. Bones is a mentor to many, and looked up to almost singularly amongst the caddie ranks for his counsel and professionalism. Phil has done more behind the scenes that benefitted not only Bones, but all caddies. Things no one will ever know about and that he would never take any credit for. Theirs was a partnership we all aspire to. I know I'll miss those on course discussions more than anyone. Always poignant, interesting, educational, insightful and above all else entertaining. They showed better than any other team how decisions are arrived at under the microscope and under extreme pressure. I would just want to tell them both congratulations on an amazing 25 year run."

Kevin Maguire Golf 

He's only got two holes left, but England's Tommy Fleetwood has plenty to play for here at the U. S. Open. Fleetwood is currently alone in fourth place and the top four players and ties get into the Masters next year. He played his first Masters this past April, where he missed the cut.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Hideki Matsuyama shoots a final round 66 (-6) at the U.S. Open and now has the clubhouse lead at -12!

Kevin Maguire Golf 

In honor of the late Arnold Palmer, the USGA on Sunday handed out this replica pin from the 1960 U.S. Open that The King won at Cherry Hills.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

There's still a bunched leaderboard at the U.S. Open, but one thing is virtually certain: We'll have a first-time major champion for the seventh straight major today. The closest major winner to the current lead is Masters champion Sergio Garcia -- and he's eight shots back.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Brian Harman, the 54-hole leader at the U.S. Open, played the first two holes of the final round about as bad as he could, missing both fairways and struggling just to post pars. After making a 360-degree birdie putt on No. 3, he's back tied for the lead at 13 under with Brooks Koepka.