Montreal Championship

  • July 1 - 3, 2011
  • Club de Golf Fontainebleau - Sandwich, Kent, England
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,070
  • Purse $1,800,000
    2011 Champion John Cook

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3TOTEARNINGSTEE TIME
1-John CookJ. Cook-21-6F636666195$270,000.00-
2-Chien Soon LuC. Soon Lu-18-2F656370198$158,400.00-
3-Joey SindelarJ. Sindelar-17-4F656668199$129,600.00-
T4-Bill GlassonB. Glasson-16-8F676964200$88,800.00-
T4-Corey PavinC. Pavin-16-5F666767200$88,800.00-
T4-Dan ForsmanD. Forsman-16-4F656768200$88,800.00-
T7-Rod SpittleR. Spittle-15-10F697062201$57,600.00-
T7-Larry MizeL. Mize-15-5F656967201$57,600.00-
T7-Jeff SlumanJ. Sluman-15-3F656769201$57,600.00-
T10-Joe OzakiJ. Ozaki-14-7F716665202$38,700.00-
T10-Mike GoodesM. Goodes-14-7F696865202$38,700.00-
T10-Chip BeckC. Beck-14-4F676768202$38,700.00-
T10-Tom LehmanT. Lehman-14-3F676669202$38,700.00-
T10-Jay HaasJ. Haas-14-1F656671202$38,700.00-
T10-John HustonJ. Huston-14EF636772202$38,700.00-
T16-Joe DaleyJ. Daley-13-5F696767203$27,945.00-
T16-R.W. EaksR.W. Eaks-13-4F666968203$27,945.00-
T16-David EgerD. Eger-13-4F686768203$27,945.00-
T16-Michael AllenM. Allen-13-2F676670203$27,945.00-
T20-David FrostD. Frost-12-5F677067204$22,320.00-
T20-Hal SuttonH. Sutton-12-5F667167204$22,320.00-
T20-Tim SimpsonT. Simpson-12-6F706866204$22,320.00-
T23-Eduardo RomeroE. Romero-11-2F676870205$18,036.00-
T23-Brad BryantB. Bryant-11-2F686770205$18,036.00-
T23-Bob TwayB. Tway-11-1F676771205$18,036.00-
T23-Peter SeniorP. Senior-11-1F676771205$18,036.00-
T23-Phil BlackmarP. Blackmar-11EF696472205$18,036.00-
T28-Hale IrwinH. Irwin-10-3F706769206$15,300.00-
T28-Bobby ClampettB. Clampett-10-7F717065206$15,300.00-
T30-Steve LoweryS. Lowery-9-2F686970207$12,996.00-
T30-Jim ThorpeJ. Thorpe-9-2F706770207$12,996.00-
T30-Robert ThompsonR. Thompson-9-4F716868207$12,996.00-
T30-Jay Don BlakeJ. Don Blake-9-1F676971207$12,996.00-
T30-Lee RinkerL. Rinker-9-5F697167207$12,996.00-
T35-Jerry PateJ. Pate-8-1F716671208$9,045.00-
T35-Mark McNultyM. McNulty-8-1F677071208$9,045.00-
T35-Tom Pernice, Jr.T. Pernice, Jr.-8-1F706771208$9,045.00-
T35-Lonnie NielsenL. Nielsen-8-1F677071208$9,045.00-
T35-Olin BrowneO. Browne-8-1F706771208$9,045.00-
T35-Jim RutledgeJ. Rutledge-8-3F697069208$9,045.00-
T35-Morris HatalskyM. Hatalsky-8-1F696871208$9,045.00-
T35-Fulton AllemF. Allem-8EF667072208$9,045.00-
T35-Ted SchulzT. Schulz-8-4F697168208$9,045.00-
T35-Jim Gallagher, Jr.J. Gallagher, Jr.-8-4F697168208$9,045.00-
T35-Vicente FernandezV. Fernandez-8+1F666973208$9,045.00-
T35-Roger ChapmanR. Chapman-8EF686872208$9,045.00-
T47-Bob GilderB. Gilder-7-1F696971209$5,940.00-
T47-Tom WargoT. Wargo-7EF706772209$5,940.00-
T47-Bruce FleisherB. Fleisher-7+1F716573209$5,940.00-
T47-Scott SimpsonS. Simpson-7+2F696674209$5,940.00-
T47-Dana QuigleyD. Quigley-7-5F717167209$5,940.00-
T52-John MorseJ. Morse-6+1F686973210$4,356.00-
T52-Steve PateS. Pate-6-1F716871210$4,356.00-
T52-Mark MoulandM. Mouland-6-1F687171210$4,356.00-
T52-Bobby WadkinsB. Wadkins-6-3F687369210$4,356.00-
T52-Yvan BeaucheminY. Beauchemin-6-4F717168210$4,356.00-
T57-Keith ClearwaterK. Clearwater-5+1F716773211$3,510.00-
T57-Wayne LeviW. Levi-5-1F726871211$3,510.00-
T57-Larry NelsonL. Nelson-5-1F707071211$3,510.00-
T57-Tom KiteT. Kite-5+4F706576211$3,510.00-
T61-Tommy Armour IIIT. Armour III-4+3F657275212$2,348.00-
T61-Mark BrooksM. Brooks-4+2F677174212$2,348.00-
T61-Keith FergusK. Fergus-4+1F697073212$2,348.00-
T61-Mike HulbertM. Hulbert-4+1F697073212$2,348.00-
T61-Andy BeanA. Bean-4+1F716873212$2,348.00-
T61-David PeoplesD. Peoples-4EF697172212$2,348.00-
T61-Fred HoltonF. Holton-4EF736772212$2,348.00-
T61-Gary HallbergG. Hallberg-4-3F707369212$2,348.00-
T61-Ronnie BlackR. Black-4-5F786767212$2,348.00-
T70-Donnie HammondD. Hammond-3-3F727269213$1,530.00-
T70-Blaine McCallisterB. McCallister-3-4F766968213$1,530.00-
72-Steve HaskinsS. Haskins-2+1F736873214$1,368.00-
73-Mike ReidM. Reid-1-2F766970215$1,260.00-
T74-Mitch AdcockM. AdcockE+1F707373216$1,116.00-
T74-Steve JonesS. JonesE-1F697671216$1,116.00-
T74-Mark WiebeM. WiebeEEF727272216$1,116.00-
77-Allen DoyleA. Doyle+1+4F697276217$972.00-
78-J.L. LewisJ.L. Lewis+2-3F757469218$900.00-
79-Daniel TalbotD. Talbot+5+3F727475221$828.00-

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