Montreal Championship

  • June 22 - 24, 2012
  • Club de Golf Vallee Richelieu Vercheres
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,950
  • Purse $1,800,000
    2012 Champion Mark Calcavecchia

Final

POSMOVECTRYPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3TOTEARNINGSTEE TIME
1-Mark CalcavecchiaM. Calcavecchia-16-8F696764200$270,000.00-
2-Brad BryantB. Bryant-12-7F716865204$158,400.00-
T3-Russ CochranR. Cochran-11-4F667168205$118,350.00-
T3-Bob TwayB. Tway-11-2F706570205$118,350.00-
T5-Michael AllenM. Allen-10-3F686969206$78,750.00-
T5-Jay Don BlakeJ. Don Blake-10-3F706769206$78,750.00-
7-Craig StadlerC. Stadler-8-3F716869208$64,800.00-
T8-David FrostD. Frost-6-6F717366210$51,600.00-
T8-Olin BrowneO. Browne-6-4F697368210$51,600.00-
T8-Gary HallbergG. Hallberg-6EF706872210$51,600.00-
T11-Peter SeniorP. Senior-5-2F697270211$38,250.00-
T11-David EgerD. Eger-5-2F697270211$38,250.00-
T11-Dick MastD. Mast-5-1F726871211$38,250.00-
T11-Jerry PateJ. Pate-5+1F687073211$38,250.00-
T15-John HustonJ. Huston-4-3F746969212$28,800.00-
T15-Fred FunkF. Funk-4-3F717269212$28,800.00-
T15-John CookJ. Cook-4-3F717269212$28,800.00-
T15-Willie WoodW. Wood-4-1F717071212$28,800.00-
T15-Hale IrwinH. Irwin-4+3F696875212$28,800.00-
T20-David PeoplesD. Peoples-3-3F697569213$19,598.00-
T20-Jim RutledgeJ. Rutledge-3-3F766869213$19,598.00-
T20-Bill GlassonB. Glasson-3-4F737268213$19,598.00-
T20-Kirk TriplettK. Triplett-3-2F697470213$19,598.00-
T20-Jeff SlumanJ. Sluman-3-2F697470213$19,598.00-
T20-Mike GoodesM. Goodes-3-2F707370213$19,598.00-
T20-Larry MizeL. Mize-3-1F687471213$19,598.00-
T20-Mark MoulandM. Mouland-3+2F716874213$19,598.00-
T28-Tom PurtzerT. Purtzer-2-1F717271214$13,950.00-
T28-R.W. EaksR.W. Eaks-2-1F737071214$13,950.00-
T28-Fulton AllemF. Allem-2EF707272214$13,950.00-
T28-Lonnie NielsenL. Nielsen-2EF717172214$13,950.00-
T28-Steve LoweryS. Lowery-2EF727072214$13,950.00-
T28-Dan ForsmanD. Forsman-2+1F697273214$13,950.00-
T34-P.H. Horgan IIIP.H. Horgan III-1-2F727370215$10,836.00-
T34-Jim ThorpeJ. Thorpe-1-2F737270215$10,836.00-
T34-Mike HulbertM. Hulbert-1EF707372215$10,836.00-
T34-Chien Soon LuC. Soon Lu-1EF746972215$10,836.00-
T34-Jay HaasJ. Haas-1+2F717074215$10,836.00-
T39-Loren RobertsL. RobertsE-2F737370216$8,820.00-
T39-Bruce VaughanB. VaughanE+2F717174216$8,820.00-
T39-Steve PateS. PateE-4F707868216$8,820.00-
T39-Jeff HartJ. HartE+3F717075216$8,820.00-
T39-Rod SpittleR. SpittleE+4F687276216$8,820.00-
T44-Andy BeanA. Bean+1EF707572217$6,660.00-
T44-Bob GilderB. Gilder+1-1F737371217$6,660.00-
T44-Roger ChapmanR. Chapman+1-1F697771217$6,660.00-
T44-Wayne LeviW. Levi+1-2F767170217$6,660.00-
T44-Corey PavinC. Pavin+1-2F757270217$6,660.00-
T44-Tom KiteT. Kite+1-2F767170217$6,660.00-
T44-Chip BeckC. Beck+1-4F757468217$6,660.00-
T51-Robin FreemanR. Freeman+2+1F737273218$4,500.00-
T51-Robin ByrdR. Byrd+2+1F737273218$4,500.00-
T51-Dana QuigleyD. Quigley+2EF727472218$4,500.00-
T51-Blaine McCallisterB. McCallister+2EF757172218$4,500.00-
T51-Mark BrooksM. Brooks+2-1F697871218$4,500.00-
T51-Steve JonesS. Jones+2-2F767270218$4,500.00-
T57-Sonny SkinnerS. Skinner+3+3F727275219$3,150.00-
T57-James MasonJ. Mason+3+2F717474219$3,150.00-
T57-Bobby ClampettB. Clampett+3+1F737373219$3,150.00-
T57-Tom JenkinsT. Jenkins+3+1F757173219$3,150.00-
T57-Gene JonesG. Jones+3EF727572219$3,150.00-
T57-Ben BatesB. Bates+3+1F767073219$3,150.00-
T57-Marc GirouardM. Girouard+3EF717672219$3,150.00-
T57-Tom ByrumT. Byrum+3+5F746877219$3,150.00-
T65-Sandy LyleS. Lyle+4+1F737473220$2,160.00-
T65-Andrew MageeA. Magee+4+1F747373220$2,160.00-
T65-Mike McCulloughM. McCullough+4+1F757273220$2,160.00-
T68-Mark WiebeM. Wiebe+5+5F747077221$1,584.00-
T68-Joel EdwardsJ. Edwards+5+2F737474221$1,584.00-
T68-Tommy Armour IIIT. Armour III+5+2F757274221$1,584.00-
T68-Mike ReidM. Reid+5+1F757373221$1,584.00-
T68-Scott SimpsonS. Simpson+5EF797072221$1,584.00-
73-Yvan BeaucheminY. Beauchemin+6+2F777174222$1,260.00-
T74-Jim CarterJ. Carter+7+2F757474223$1,152.00-
T74-Jeff FreemanJ. Freeman+7-1F807271223$1,152.00-
76-Jim Gallagher Jr.J. Gallagher Jr.+9+5F737577225$1,044.00-
T77-Keith FergusK. Fergus+13+7F767479229$936.00-
T77-Hal SuttonH. Sutton+13+3F787675229$936.00-
79-Claude TremblayC. Tremblay+14+6F777578230$828.00-
80-Ronnie BlackR. Black+15+4F807576231$774.00-
81-Jean LaforceJ. Laforce+21+11F807483237$738.00-

Now

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Stephan Jaeger shot the first-ever 58 in a PGA Tour-sanctioned event today, posting matching nines of 29-29 in the opening round of the Ellie Mae Classic on the Web.com Tour. With a 10-foot birdie putt on the final hole, Jaeger concluded his round with 12 birdies, six pars and no bogeys. And it actually could've been even better -- after reaching the par-5 third green in two, he three-putted for par.

Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

In 1972, a Scottish taxi driver promised to name his son after the winner of The Open Championship. Days later Lee Trevino Everest was born.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

It's after 7 p.m., there's only one group left on the course, and Rory McIlroy is still trying to figure things out on the practice green.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

After struggling with 35 putts en route to a 4-over-par 74 in Round 1 of the PGA Championship, Rory McIlroy returned to the putting green at Baltusrol and as of 6:30 p.m. ET, he was still working on that portion of his game.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Playing together at the final major of 2016, this year's major winners finish: Henrik Stenson (The Open) -3, Danny Willett (The Masters) +1, and Dustin Johnson (U.S. Open) +7

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

In Dustin Johnson's last seven starts, he had a scoring average of 68.68 with no score worse than 73. He shot 77 today with just one birdie.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Why do I love golf? Dustin Johnson on the 18th hole hit it in the water and then off a tree yet STILL had a chance to make a par. You love the rollercoaster even if you throw up at the end!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Exactly where Rory McIlroy needs to be after his 35 putt +4 day at Baltusrol.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

On the 18th hole, Henrik Stenson's 3 wood just carried 291 yards in the air, maybe we should try bowling instead of golf. Dustin Johnson just took a driving iron and flew it 296 yards... into the water. Let's keep playing golf, it is after all, drive for show!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Not even the longest hitters can get home on the 636 yard par five 17th hole right? Well Dustin Johnson didn't hit the green but he was pin high in the bunker right. Won't mean anything if he doesn't make the birdie putt from 13'6" though... And it doesn't mean anything. DJ stays at +6.