2003 PGA Tour

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The 2003 PGA Tour season was played from January 9 to November 9. The season consisted of 48 official money events. Tiger Woods won the most tournaments, five, and there were seven first-time winners. The tournament results, leaders, and award winners are listed below.

Tournament results[edit]

The following table shows all the official money events for the 2003 season. "Date" is the ending date of the tournament. The numbers in parentheses after the winners' names are the number of wins they had on the tour up to and including that event. Majors are shown in bold.

Date Tournament Location Winner Score 1st prize ($)
Jan 12 Mercedes Championships Hawaii South Africa Ernie Els (11) 261 (–31) 1,000,000
Jan 19 Sony Open in Hawaii Hawaii South Africa Ernie Els (12) 264 (–16) 810,000
Jan 26 Phoenix Open Arizona Fiji Vijay Singh (12) 261 (–23) 720,000
Feb 2 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic California Canada Mike Weir (4) 330 (–30) 810,000
Feb 9 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am California United States Davis Love III (15) 274 (–14) 900,000
Feb 16 Buick Invitational California United States Tiger Woods (35) 272 (–16) 810,000
Feb 23 Nissan Open California Canada Mike Weir (5) 275 (–9) 810,000
Mar 2 Chrysler Classic of Tucson Arizona United States Frank Lickliter (2) 269 (–19) 540,000
Mar 2 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship California United States Tiger Woods (36) 2&1 1,000,050
Mar 9 Ford Championship at Doral Florida United States Scott Hoch (11) 271 (–17) 900,000
Mar 16 Honda Classic Florida United States Justin Leonard (8) 264 (–24) 900,000
Mar 23 Bay Hill Invitational Florida United States Tiger Woods (37) 269 (–19) 810,000
Mar 30 The Players Championship Florida United States Davis Love III (16) 271 (–17) 1,170,000
Apr 6 BellSouth Classic Georgia United States Ben Crane (1) 272 (–16) 720,000
Apr 13 Masters Tournament Georgia Canada Mike Weir (6) 281 (–7) 1,080,000
Apr 20 MCI Heritage South Carolina United States Davis Love III (17) 271 (–13) 810,000
Apr 27 Shell Houston Open Texas United States Fred Couples (15) 267 (–21) 810,000
May 4 HP Classic of New Orleans Louisiana United States Steve Flesch (1) 267 (–21) 900,000
May 11 Wachovia Championship North Carolina United States David Toms (8) 278 (–10) 1,008,000
May 18 EDS Byron Nelson Championship Texas Fiji Vijay Singh (13) 265 (–15) 1,008,000
May 25 Bank of America Colonial Texas United States Kenny Perry (5) 261 (–19) 900,000
Jun 1 The Memorial Tournament Ohio United States Kenny Perry (6) 275 (–13) 900,000
Jun 9 FBR Capital Open Maryland South Africa Rory Sabbatini (2) 270 (–14) 810,000
Jun 15 U.S. Open Illinois United States Jim Furyk (8) 272 (–8) 1,080,000
Jun 22 Buick Classic New York United States Jonathan Kaye (1) 271 (–13) 900,000
Jun 29 FedEx St. Jude Classic Tennessee United States David Toms (9) 264 (–20) 810,000
Jul 6 Western Open Illinois United States Tiger Woods (38) 267 (–21) 810,000
Jul 13 Greater Milwaukee Open Wisconsin United States Kenny Perry (7) 268 (–12) 630,000
Jul 20 The Open Championship (British Open) England United States Ben Curtis (1) 283 (–1) 1,112,720
Jul 20 B.C. Open New York United States Craig Stadler (13) 267 (–21) 540,000
Jul 27 Greater Hartford Open Connecticut United States Peter Jacobsen (7) 266 (–14) 720,000
Aug 3 Buick Open Michigan United States Jim Furyk (9) 267 (–21) 720,000
Aug 10 The International Colorado United States Davis Love III (18) 46 (Stableford) 900,000
Aug 17 PGA Championship New York United States Shaun Micheel (1) 276 (–4) 1,080,000
Aug 24 WGC-NEC Invitational Ohio Northern Ireland Darren Clarke (2) 268 (–12) 1,050,000
Aug 24 Reno-Tahoe Open Nevada United States Kirk Triplett (2) 271 (–17) 540,000
Sep 1 Deutsche Bank Championship Massachusetts Australia Adam Scott (1) 264 (–20) 900,000
Sep 7 Bell Canadian Open Canada United States Bob Tway (8) 272 (–8) 756,000
Sep 15 John Deere Classic Illinois Fiji Vijay Singh (14) 268 (–16) 630,000
Sep 21 84 Lumber Classic of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania United States J. L. Lewis (2) 266 (–22) 720,000
Sep 28 Valero Texas Open Texas United States Tommy Armour III (2) 254 (–26) 630,000
Oct 5 Southern Farm Bureau Classic Mississippi United States John Huston (7) 268 (–20) 540,000
Oct 5 WGC-American Express Championship Georgia United States Tiger Woods (39) 274 (–6) 1,050,000
Oct 12 Las Vegas Invitational Nevada Australia Stuart Appleby (4) 328 (–31) 720,000
Oct 19 Chrysler Classic of Greensboro North Carolina Japan Shigeki Maruyama (3) 266 (–22) 810,000
Oct 26 FUNAI Classic at the Walt Disney World Resort Florida Fiji Vijay Singh (15) 265 (–23) 720,000
Nov 2 Chrysler Championship Florida South Africa Retief Goosen (3) 272 (–12) 864,000
Nov 9 The Tour Championship Texas United States Chad Campbell (1) 268 (–16) 1,080,000

Leaders[edit]

Scoring Average leaders

Rank Player Country Average
1 Tiger Woods  United States 68.41
2 Vijay Singh  Fiji 68.65
3 Mike Weir  Canada 68.97
4 Ernie Els  South Africa 68.99
5 Jim Furyk  United States 69.10

Full 2003 Scoring Average List

Money List leaders

Rank Player Country Earnings ($) Events Wins
1 Vijay Singh  Fiji 7,573,907 27 4
2 Tiger Woods  United States 6,673,413 18 5
3 Davis Love III  United States 6,081,896 23 4
4 Jim Furyk  United States 5,182,865 27 2
5 Mike Weir  Canada 4,918,910 21 3

Full 2003 Official Money List

Career Money List leaders

Rank Player Country Earnings ($) Wins
1 Tiger Woods  United States 39,777,265 39
2 Davis Love III  United States 26,132,746 18
3 Vijay Singh  Fiji 25,854,923 15
4 Phil Mickelson  United States 23,773,106 21
5 Jim Furyk  United States 19,039,707 9

Full 2003 Career Official Money List

Awards[edit]

Award Winner Country
Money winner (Arnold Palmer Award) Vijay Singh  Fiji
PGA Player of the Year Tiger Woods  United States
PGA Tour Player of the Year (Jack Nicklaus Trophy) Tiger Woods  United States
Scoring leader (PGA - Vardon Trophy) Tiger Woods  United States
Scoring leader (PGA Tour - Byron Nelson Award) Tiger Woods  United States
Rookie of the Year Ben Curtis  United States
Comeback Player of the Year Peter Jacobsen  United States

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