Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am

  • April 18 - 20, 2008
  • TPC of Tampa Bay
  • Par 71
    Yards 6,783
  • Purse $1,700,000
    2008 Champion Tom Watson

Final

POSMOVECTRYPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3TOTEARNINGSTEE TIME
1-Tom WatsonT. Watson-9-1F637170204$255,000.00-
T2-Jay HaasJ. Haas-8-7F707164205$136,850.00-
T2-Scott HochS. Hoch-8EF676771205$136,850.00-
4-John CookJ. Cook-7-3F706868206$102,000.00-
T5-Tom JenkinsT. Jenkins-6EF706671207$74,800.00-
T5-Mark WiebeM. Wiebe-6+5F666576207$74,800.00-
7-David EgerD. Eger-5-3F667468208$61,200.00-
T8-Jeff SlumanJ. Sluman-4-3F707168209$46,750.00-
T8-Vicente FernandezV. Fernandez-4-1F677270209$46,750.00-
T8-Nick PriceN. Price-4EF736571209$46,750.00-
T8-Mike HulbertM. Hulbert-4+1F696872209$46,750.00-
T12-D.A. WeibringD.A. Weibring-3-1F726870210$34,567.00-
T12-Gary KochG. Koch-3+1F696972210$34,567.00-
T12-Mike ReidM. Reid-3+3F686874210$34,567.00-
T15-Joey SindelarJ. Sindelar-2-3F746968211$25,670.00-
T15-Bruce VaughanB. Vaughan-2-3F707368211$25,670.00-
T15-Denis WatsonD. Watson-2-3F717268211$25,670.00-
T15-Massy KuramotoM. Kuramoto-2-2F707269211$25,670.00-
T15-Mark JamesM. James-2-1F677470211$25,670.00-
T15-Curtis StrangeC. Strange-2-5F737266211$25,670.00-
T15-Keith FergusK. Fergus-2EF746671211$25,670.00-
T22-Gil MorganG. Morgan-1-3F737168212$18,318.00-
T22-Bruce FleisherB. Fleisher-1EF726971212$18,318.00-
T22-Fulton AllemF. Allem-1EF726971212$18,318.00-
T22-Dana QuigleyD. Quigley-1+1F697172212$18,318.00-
T26-Lonnie NielsenL. NielsenE-1F727170213$15,470.00-
T26-Bob GilderB. GilderEEF736971213$15,470.00-
T26-Loren RobertsL. RobertsE-2F727269213$15,470.00-
T29-Tom McKnightT. McKnight+1EF717271214$12,852.00-
T29-Mark McNultyM. McNulty+1+1F727072214$12,852.00-
T29-Andy BeanA. Bean+1+3F697174214$12,852.00-
T29-Dave StocktonD. Stockton+1+2F697273214$12,852.00-
T29-Tim SimpsonT. Simpson+1+4F726775214$12,852.00-
T34-Morris HatalskyM. Hatalsky+2+1F707372215$10,234.00-
T34-Doug LaCrosseD. LaCrosse+2+1F727172215$10,234.00-
T34-Bernhard LangerB. Langer+2+2F697373215$10,234.00-
T34-John HarrisJ. Harris+2-1F766970215$10,234.00-
T34-Larry NelsonL. Nelson+2+4F697175215$10,234.00-
T39-Joe OzakiJ. Ozaki+3+2F697473216$7,650.00-
T39-Walter HallW. Hall+3+2F727173216$7,650.00-
T39-Mark O'MearaM. O'Meara+3+1F697572216$7,650.00-
T39-Donnie HammondD. Hammond+3+1F737172216$7,650.00-
T39-James MasonJ. Mason+3+4F697275216$7,650.00-
T39-Joe InmanJ. Inman+3+4F707175216$7,650.00-
T39-Brad BryantB. Bryant+3-1F707670216$7,650.00-
T39-David EdwardsD. Edwards+3-1F737370216$7,650.00-
T39-Craig StadlerC. Stadler+3+7F706878216$7,650.00-
T48-Tom PurtzerT. Purtzer+4+6F687277217$5,780.00-
T48-Andy NorthA. North+4-3F727768217$5,780.00-
T50-Bobby WadkinsB. Wadkins+5+4F687575218$4,760.00-
T50-Hale IrwinH. Irwin+5+2F717473218$4,760.00-
T50-Fuzzy ZoellerF. Zoeller+5+2F707573218$4,760.00-
T50-Des SmythD. Smyth+5EF747371218$4,760.00-
T54-Mike McCulloughM. McCullough+6+4F756975219$3,910.00-
T54-Mark JohnsonM. Johnson+6+3F727374219$3,910.00-
T54-Ed DoughertyE. Dougherty+6+3F717474219$3,910.00-
T57-Tom KiteT. Kite+7+2F727573220$3,485.00-
T57-Ian WoosnamI. Woosnam+7+2F727573220$3,485.00-
59-Chip BeckC. Beck+8+3F757274221$3,230.00-
T60-Hubert GreenH. Green+9+5F717576222$2,975.00-
T60-Jim AlbusJ. Albus+9+3F737574222$2,975.00-
T62-Wayne LeviW. Levi+10+4F737575223$2,635.00-
T62-Graham MarshG. Marsh+10-2F767869223$2,635.00-
T64-Bob CharlesB. Charles+11+5F777176224$2,210.00-
T64-Allen DoyleA. Doyle+11+2F767573224$2,210.00-
T64-Jim ThorpeJ. Thorpe+11-1F718370224$2,210.00-
T67-Jim DentJ. Dent+12+5F737676225$1,723.00-
T67-Leonard ThompsonL. Thompson+12+3F727974225$1,723.00-
T67-J.C. SneadJ.C. Snead+12+2F767673225$1,723.00-
T70-Dave EichelbergerD. Eichelberger+14+6F757577227$1,394.00-
T70-Danny EdwardsD. Edwards+14+6F717977227$1,394.00-
T70-Tom WargoT. Wargo+14+2F787673227$1,394.00-
73-Gibby GilbertG. Gilbert+18+4F797775231$1,190.00-
74-Larry ZieglerL. Ziegler+23+7F827678236$1,122.00-
75-Wayne GradyW. Grady+24+11F728382237$1,077.00-
--R.W. EaksR.W. EaksWD---41------$0-

Now

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

The thrill = back! After going +4 over his first 11 holes in the PGA Championship, Phil has birdied three of the last five holes to get to +1. Because that's what he does. Up next: a tee shot off a tent, followed by a hole-out to save par. Seriously, does anyone think that's NOT about to happen?

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Argentina's Emiliano Grillo, currently a shot off Jimmy Walker's lead at Baltusrol, noted that the weakest part of his game is his putting, but it's the most important part of the game. All aspects worked well for him Thursday at the PGA Championship after posting his career-low round in a major (66).

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Jimmy Walker has finished his opening round of the PGA Championship at -5, and is the leader in the clubhouse. With the Baltusrol greens getting firmer and the winds picking up this afternoon, it's a pretty decent bet he'll stay that way.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Are you are a Phil-I ever? Then take heart, you eternal optimist, you! Phil the Thrill just sank a 15-foot putt on his 15th hole of the day to fight back to +2 on his opening round of the PGA Championship.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Oh cute, look! Lee Westwood went birdie-eagle on the 17th and 18th holes to get to -1 on the opening round of the PGA Championship, where he remains with two holes left to play. Let's all agree to pretend like this is the major that Westwood doesn't contend only for the sake of ultimately throwing up at the end. Let's do that. It'll be fun.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

As the old trope goes, you can't win the PGA Championship on the first day, but you sure can lose it. Early in the first round, a few big-name golfers are at risk of losing it: J.B. Holmes and Vijay Singh (+5), Rory McIlroy (+4), and Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els (+3) are digging themselves holes that they might have a hard time digging out of.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Jimmy Walker, back on his feet! Walker birdies the par-four 7th (his 16th hole of the round) from just off the green to reclaim sole possession of the first-round lead of the PGA Championship at -5.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

It was 25 years ago that John Daly won the PGA Championship on the strength of his then-unheard-of length and (always underappreciated) short game. Daly's 50 now, but can still hammer it out there, as this 330-yard drive on the (ostensibly unreachable) 649-yard par-five 17th hole attests. But this is 2016 Daly, not 1991 Daly. He carded a bogey on the hole.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

After a flawless start to his opening round of the PGA Championship, early morning leader Jimmy Walker bogeys his fifteenth hole of the day to fall back into a tie for first at -4. World number one Jason Day now just a shot back of the lead.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

After playing his first 11 holes in 4 over par, Phil Mickelson finally gets a birdie with a 3 at the par-4 third hole. He's still 8 shots off Jimmy Walker's lead at the PGA Championship in Round 1, though.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's the official distances of each hole for the 1st round of the PGA Championship.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Jimmy Walker hasn't had a top-10 finish since early March. Missed the cut at two of the year's three majors so far. So why should he do well this week at the 98th PGA Championship? In his first five starts at the PGA, he flip-flopped between missed cuts and top-25 finishes. He MC'd last year at Whistling Straits. So this year at Baltusrol? He's currently 5 under through 14 holes and leading by a shot.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Best sponsorship yet: "Beef" Johnston sponsored by Arby's

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson on his runner-up finish at The Open two weeks ago: "I had two bogey-free rounds in a major. That's really good for me." How good? In 11 holes today, he already has four.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Card officials at the PGA Championship were given to identify the normal guys (club pros) playing in the tournament

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

As of this time yesterday, Jason Day had never stepped foot on Baltusrol's course. Now he's 2-under through 10 holes without a single bogey.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Here is Brian Stuard's record since his Zurich Classic victory back in May: MC-MC-69th-73rd-MC-16th-MC Stuard has figured something out so far today, though, playing his first 14 holes in 4-under, trailing leader Jimmy Walker by one stroke.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Driving range insider from PGA Championship: The pros get range balls of brands they endorse

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Two closing par-5 holes should provide a few opportunities for some of the longer hitters to post red numbers, but the threesome of Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and Jason Day just played 17 and 18 in a combined 1-over, with five pars and a bogey (by Mickelson on the 18th).