Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship

  • August 18 - 21, 2011
  • Westchester CC - Rye, NY
  • Par 71
    Yards 6,980
  • Purse $2,700,000
    2011 Champion Fred Couples


3 Hole Playoff Results
PLAYERHole 18Hole 18Hole 17
Fred Couples553
John Cook554
1-Fred CouplesF. Couples-11EF68666871273$405,000.00-
2-John CookJ. Cook-11-1F69686670273$237,600.00-
3-Peter SeniorP. Senior-10EF66696871274$194,400.00-
4-Tom LehmanT. Lehman-9-3F73676768275$162,000.00-
5-Mark O'MearaM. O'Meara-8-2F68706969276$129,600.00-
T6-Bernhard LangerB. Langer-7-4F71736667277$83,700.00-
T6-Chip BeckC. Beck-7-6F73706965277$83,700.00-
T6-Tommy Armour IIIT. Armour III-7-1F68726770277$83,700.00-
T6-Hal SuttonH. Sutton-7-2F73686769277$83,700.00-
T6-Jeff SlumanJ. Sluman-7-1F65736970277$83,700.00-
T6-John HustonJ. Huston-7-4F72706867277$83,700.00-
12-Mark CalcavecchiaM. Calcavecchia-6EF69716771278$59,400.00-
T13-Kenny PerryK. Perry-5-4F73706967279$52,650.00-
T13-Jay Don BlakeJ. Don Blake-5-2F69736869279$52,650.00-
T15-Brad BryantB. Bryant-4-4F71707267280$47,250.00-
T15-Russ CochranR. Cochran-4EF68717071280$47,250.00-
T17-Olin BrowneO. Browne-3+2F70716773281$37,035.00-
T17-Mark WiebeM. Wiebe-3+2F69716873281$37,035.00-
T17-Tom KiteT. Kite-3-1F71687270281$37,035.00-
T17-Bob TwayB. Tway-3EF71726771281$37,035.00-
T17-Corey PavinC. Pavin-3+5F67696976281$37,035.00-
T17-Michael AllenM. Allen-3-1F67737170281$37,035.00-
T23-Phil BlackmarP. Blackmar-2+1F71687172282$27,054.00-
T23-Steve LoweryS. Lowery-2-1F76686870282$27,054.00-
T23-David EgerD. Eger-2EF70726971282$27,054.00-
T23-Gary HallbergG. Hallberg-2+2F66756873282$27,054.00-
T23-Ted SchulzT. Schulz-2-3F71727168282$27,054.00-
T28-Mark McNultyM. McNulty-1EF70707271283$21,870.00-
T28-Joe OzakiJ. Ozaki-1EF75726571283$21,870.00-
T28-Loren RobertsL. Roberts-1-1F73736770283$21,870.00-
T28-Tom WatsonT. Watson-1-3F76697068283$21,870.00-
T32-Jay HaasJ. HaasE+2F67747073284$17,820.00-
T32-Chien Soon LuC. Soon LuEEF75716771284$17,820.00-
T32-Bruce VaughanB. VaughanE+1F74716772284$17,820.00-
T32-Jim RutledgeJ. RutledgeE-4F74717267284$17,820.00-
T32-Tom JenkinsT. JenkinsE-4F73737167284$17,820.00-
T37-Morris HatalskyM. Hatalsky+1+1F71677572285$14,850.00-
T37-Bobby WadkinsB. Wadkins+1+3F73706874285$14,850.00-
T37-David PeoplesD. Peoples+1-1F70727370285$14,850.00-
T40-Trevor DoddsT. Dodds+2+4F75676975286$12,690.00-
T40-Eduardo RomeroE. Romero+2EF77687071286$12,690.00-
T40-Bob GilderB. Gilder+2-4F76717267286$12,690.00-
T40-Bobby ClampettB. Clampett+2-1F70776970286$12,690.00-
T40-Joey SindelarJ. Sindelar+2-4F71767267286$12,690.00-
T45-Bill GlassonB. Glasson+3+5F72706976287$9,720.00-
T45-Hale IrwinH. Irwin+3+1F73746872287$9,720.00-
T45-Lonnie NielsenL. Nielsen+3+2F73707173287$9,720.00-
T45-Scott SimpsonS. Simpson+3+1F73677572287$9,720.00-
T45-Keith FergusK. Fergus+3+1F73746872287$9,720.00-
T45-Mark BrooksM. Brooks+3+1F73717172287$9,720.00-
T51-Nick PriceN. Price+4+5F69727176288$7,290.00-
T51-Lee RinkerL. Rinker+4-2F75727269288$7,290.00-
T51-D.A. WeibringD.A. Weibring+4+2F70776873288$7,290.00-
54-Robert ThompsonR. Thompson+5+3F72717274289$6,480.00-
T55-David FrostD. Frost+6+5F76677176290$5,805.00-
T55-Mike GoodesM. Goodes+6+4F73697375290$5,805.00-
T55-Jim ThorpeJ. Thorpe+6+2F75746873290$5,805.00-
T55-Steve PateS. Pate+6+3F70737374290$5,805.00-
59-Craig StadlerC. Stadler+7+2F78716973291$5,130.00-
T60-Larry NelsonL. Nelson+8+3F75717274292$4,455.00-
T60-Tim SimpsonT. Simpson+8+1F70767472292$4,455.00-
T60-James MasonJ. Mason+8+2F74757073292$4,455.00-
T60-Wayne LeviW. Levi+8+3F74737174292$4,455.00-
T64-Keith ClearwaterK. Clearwater+9+4F70767275293$3,375.00-
T64-Mike ReidM. Reid+9+3F75776774293$3,375.00-
T64-J.L. LewisJ.L. Lewis+9+1F73787072293$3,375.00-
T64-Tom PurtzerT. Purtzer+9+5F70757276293$3,375.00-
T68-Jim Gallagher Jr.J. Gallagher Jr.+10+1F73757472294$2,457.00-
T68-Dan ForsmanD. Forsman+10+1F75767172294$2,457.00-
T68-Steve HaskinsS. Haskins+10+2F73787073294$2,457.00-
T68-Brad FaxonB. Faxon+10+1F77737272294$2,457.00-
T72-Ben CrenshawB. Crenshaw+12EF73777571296$1,971.00-
T72-Peter JacobsenP. Jacobsen+12+5F72737576296$1,971.00-
74-Rod SpittleR. Spittle+13+5F74737476297$1,782.00-
T75-Fuzzy ZoellerF. Zoeller+14+9F74717380298$1,620.00-
T75-Bruce FleisherB. Fleisher+14+5F72737776298$1,620.00-
77-John MorseJ. Morse+15+3F78747374299$1,458.00-
--Gil MorganG. MorganWD+3WD73767353222$0-


Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Luke Poulter beat Little John Daly in a match, then rubbed it in. Where'd he get that from? "Not sure," joked his dad. "Must be his mother."

ESPN Stats and Information  

Justin Thomas shot an 80 today after a 67 on Thursday. That is the worst round in a major in his career and the tied for second-worst round of his overall PGA TOUR career.

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The other two majors that Jordan Spieth opened with two rounds in the 60s - 2015 Masters and 2015 U.S. Open - he went on to win.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Jordan Spieth opens 65-69. He's held the 36-hole lead on nine previous occasions in his career. Won five of 'em.

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Chip in for par; 30-footer for birdie; stiff tee shot for a birdie; and a bogey followed by an eagle -- Jordan with a 3-shot lead. #TheOpen

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Jordan Spieth has chipped in, holed a 35-footer, came within a few feet of an ace and made eagle -- and that's just in the last six holes. He's taking a commanding lead in what could be a historic win this weekend. If he claims the Claret Jug, the soon-to-be 24-year-old will need only the PGA Championship title for the career grand slam.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Jordan Spieth has chipped in, holed a 35-footer, came within a few feet of an ace and made eagle -- and that's just in the last six holes.

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Ian Poulter's 137 is his best 36-hole total at The Open and the first time he's shot par or better in each of his first 2 rounds at a major since the 2014 U.S. Open.

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After starting his championship 5-over par through 6 holes, Rory McIlroy played the next 18 holes in 7-under par (63). He played the first 6 holes today in 3-under par, 8 shots better than he played those same holes on Thursday.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

Ian Poulter walks up the 18th and past a, well, let's say "well oiled" hospitality area. "Go on, Ian", cries one fan. "You can do it," cries another. "Think of Celtic Manor" is the clincher, considering the better shout would have been Medinah.