Wal-Mart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach

  • August 29 - 31, 2008
  • Pebble Beach GL - Pebble Beach, CA
    Par 72
    Yards 6,822
  • Del Monte Golf Course
    Par 72
    Yards 6,357
  • Purse $2,000,000
    2008 Champion Jeff Sluman

Final

POSMOVECTRYPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3TOTEARNINGSTEE TIME
1-Jeff SlumanJ. Sluman-14-5F696667202$315,000.00-
T2-Fuzzy ZoellerF. Zoeller-9-3F667269207$168,000.00-
T2-Craig StadlerC. Stadler-9-1F706671207$168,000.00-
T4-Chip BeckC. Beck-8-4F667468208$96,600.00-
T4-Mark McNultyM. McNulty-8-3F687169208$96,600.00-
T4-Fred FunkF. Funk-8-1F677071208$96,600.00-
T4-Phil BlackmarP. Blackmar-8+1F676873208$96,600.00-
T8-Scott SimpsonS. Simpson-7-4F697268209$60,200.00-
T8-David EgerD. Eger-7-1F706871209$60,200.00-
T8-Steve ThomasS. Thomas-7EF677072209$60,200.00-
T11-Sandy LyleS. Lyle-6-4F717168210$46,200.00-
T11-Bruce VaughanB. Vaughan-6-1F706971210$46,200.00-
T11-Allen DoyleA. Doyle-6EF696972210$46,200.00-
T14-Mike ReidM. Reid-5-3F697369211$34,685.00-
T14-Mark WiebeM. Wiebe-5-3F707269211$34,685.00-
T14-Nick PriceN. Price-5-2F697270211$34,685.00-
T14-Ronnie BlackR. Black-5-2F717070211$34,685.00-
T14-Tom KiteT. Kite-5+1F687073211$34,685.00-
T14-Loren RobertsL. Roberts-5+4F666976211$34,685.00-
20-Dan ForsmanD. Forsman-4-4F756968212$27,720.00-
T21-Lonnie NielsenL. Nielsen-3-4F747168213$23,888.00-
T21-Gil MorganG. Morgan-3-1F766671213$23,888.00-
T21-Jeff RothJ. Roth-3EF707172213$23,888.00-
T21-Ben CrenshawB. Crenshaw-3+2F706974213$23,888.00-
T25-Joey SindelarJ. Sindelar-2-3F687769214$19,152.00-
T25-Jim ThorpeJ. Thorpe-2+1F707173214$19,152.00-
T25-Jay HaasJ. Haas-2+3F687175214$19,152.00-
T25-Dick MastD. Mast-2+2F707074214$19,152.00-
T25-John HarrisJ. Harris-2+7F696679214$19,152.00-
T30-Barry JaeckelB. Jaeckel-1-2F717470215$14,201.00-
T30-Jim WoodwardJ. Woodward-1-1F727271215$14,201.00-
T30-Tom JenkinsT. Jenkins-1+1F717173215$14,201.00-
T30-Tom WatsonT. Watson-1EF717272215$14,201.00-
T30-Gene JonesG. Jones-1+1F717173215$14,201.00-
T30-Gary HallbergG. Hallberg-1+2F717074215$14,201.00-
T30-Tom PurtzerT. Purtzer-1+3F736775215$14,201.00-
T30-Hale IrwinH. Irwin-1+4F667376215$14,201.00-
T38-Tom McKnightT. McKnightE+1F746973216$11,130.00-
T38-D.A. WeibringD.A. WeibringE+4F726876216$11,130.00-
T38-R.W. EaksR.W. EaksE+4F697176216$11,130.00-
T41-Fulton AllemF. Allem+1-2F767170217$8,820.00-
T41-Keith FergusK. Fergus+1EF727372217$8,820.00-
T41-Bob GilderB. Gilder+1+2F737074217$8,820.00-
T41-Joe OzakiJ. Ozaki+1+2F727174217$8,820.00-
T41-Bruce FleisherB. Fleisher+1+2F717274217$8,820.00-
T41-Mike HulbertM. Hulbert+1+1F727273217$8,820.00-
T41-Andy BeanA. Bean+1+4F667576217$8,820.00-
T41-Mark O'MearaM. O'Meara+1+3F727075217$8,820.00-
T49-Dave EichelbergerD. Eichelberger+2-1F757271218$6,510.00-
T49-Don PooleyD. Pooley+2EF757172218$6,510.00-
T49-Walter HallW. Hall+2+2F717374218$6,510.00-
T52-Gary McCordG. McCord+3-3F797169219$5,320.00-
T52-Wayne GradyW. Grady+3EF707772219$5,320.00-
T52-Massy KuramotoM. Kuramoto+3+4F776676219$5,320.00-
T55-Curtis StrangeC. Strange+4+1F747373220$4,725.00-
T55-Bruce SummerhaysB. Summerhays+4+4F727276220$4,725.00-
T57-David OgrinD. Ogrin+5+2F747374221$4,095.00-
T57-Kirk HanefeldK. Hanefeld+5+2F747374221$4,095.00-
T57-Dana QuigleyD. Quigley+5+3F727475221$4,095.00-
T57-Tim ConleyT. Conley+5+4F737276221$4,095.00-
T61-Bobby WadkinsB. Wadkins+6-2F777570222$3,150.00-
T61-Danny EdwardsD. Edwards+6+4F737376222$3,150.00-
T61-Ed DoughertyE. Dougherty+6+4F727476222$3,150.00-
T61-Mike McCulloughM. McCullough+6+4F717576222$3,150.00-
T61-Ron StreckR. Streck+6+4F747276222$3,150.00-
T66-Dave StocktonD. Stockton+7+1F767473223$2,310.00-
T66-Larry ZieglerL. Ziegler+7+4F767176223$2,310.00-
T66-Mike GoodesM. Goodes+7+5F767077223$2,310.00-
69-Leonard ThompsonL. Thompson+8+6F747278224$1,974.00-
70-Pat LavertyP. Laverty+9+7F757179225$1,848.00-
71-Mitch AdamsM. Adams+10+5F747577226$1,722.00-
72-Jon ChaffeeJ. Chaffee+11+4F856676227$1,596.00-
73-Ken GreenK. Green+15+10F747582231$1,470.00-
74-Larry NelsonL. Nelson+16+9F747781232$1,386.00-
T75-Lon HinkleL. Hinkle+24+11F837483240$1,260.00-
T75-DeWitt Weaver JrD. Weaver Jr+24+8F827880240$1,260.00-
--John CookJ. CookWD---7471--145$0-
--Denis WatsonD. WatsonWD---7675--151$0-
--Greg GregoryG. GregoryE---------$0-
--Rice RowlandR. RowlandE---------$0-

Now

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

The 2016 major winner's group just finished. Henrik Stenson shoots another 67 (-3) and leads the PGA Champioship at -6. Masters champion Danny Willett birdies his final two holes of the day to shoot Even (70) and finish at +1 inside the cut line. U.S. Open champion Dustin Johnson is going home after a 72 (+2) because he finished at +9 total.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

As the morning wave finishes and the afternoon wave gets started 70 guys are at +1 or better. One bogey and the cut will go to +2 making guys like Colt Knost, Justin Rose, and Jason Dufner very happy.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

New in PGA Championship hospitality areas: A tables ode roaming oyster bar

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

You might think Baltusrol was playing easy because of how soft the conditions are but right now only 24 guys are under par for their second round.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Henrik Stenson has birdied the 17th hole of his second round to take sole possession of the PGA Championship lead at -6.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Where's that cut line going to wind up by the end of the second round at the PGA Championship? Slowly but surely it's creeping back toward +2. That's welcome news to any of the 19 golfers currently at 2-over, including Jason Dufner, Ryan Palmer and Billy Horschel, all sitting in the clubhouse at that number.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Lips, incorporated! Jordan Spieth lips out a 17-foot birdie putt on the final green then taps in the par to card a 3-under 67 for the day at the PGA Championship, two shots off the lead.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Jordan Spieth (-3, two strokes off the lead) has a 15-foot birdie putt on his final hole of the day at the PGA Championship. Spieth missed only two greens all day, and is currently second in the field in proximity to the hole. As he said last night, following his opening round: "I struck the ball beautifully today, the way I have been." With how he's hitting it, Spieth might well be the odds-on favorite entering the weekend.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Two-time major champion Martin Kaymer has birdied three of his final four holes to join Patrick Reed, Henrik Stenson and Jimmy Walker at –5 atop the leaderboard at the PGA Championship.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

After all that, Spieth holes out from three feet for bogey on his 16th hole of the day. He's fallen back to -3, two off the lead with two to play.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Spieth (-4) finally hits his second shot at the 7th hole ... his foot slipping on the cart path... the ball flying well over the green. Spieth's playing partners have putted ... and he's just now chipped up ... Leaving himself 25 feet for par. There's a very rushed vibe to the grouping now.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Embroidered PGA Championship pin flag ($30)

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

And...Jordan Spieth (-4, and one stroke off the lead) STILL hasn't hit his shot.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Jordan Spieth has had a lovely, humorous, five-minute conversation with a rules official regarding Spieth's effort to take a drop in a puddle-laden cart path after a wayward drive on the 7th hole. Can't imagine THIS is going to help his group's effort to stay off the clock. And...he still hasn't hit.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Most popular hat in PGA Championship merchandise tent ($27)

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

The grouping of Jordan Spieth (-4), Bubba Watson (-1) and Sergio Garcia (+4) has just been warned that they are a full hole behind the group ahead of them at the PGA. It's interesting to note how often time warnings are blamed, after the fact, by Tour players, when discussing where their rounds turned bad. With three holes left to play for the group, it's worth keeping an eye on.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Patrick Reed birdies the par-four 5th after sticking his approach to four feet. He's now tied at -5 with Henrik Stenson and Jimmy Walker at the top of the PGA leaderboard.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Rich Beem birdies the last to shoot 72 and likely make the cut. Think he's got Low Media Member wrapped up already.