2005 PGA Tour

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The 2005 PGA Tour season was played from January 6 to November 6.

Awards[edit]

Notes

  • Tiger Woods was the PGA Tour Player of the Year for a record seventh time
  • Tiger Woods was the Money Winner for the seventh time
  • Tiger Woods won the Byron Nelson Award for a record sixth time
  • Tiger Woods won the three most prestigious awards given by the PGA Tour (Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Byron Nelson Awards) in the same year for a record fifth time

Money list[edit]

Rank Player Country Prize money ($)
1 Tiger Woods  United States 10,628,024
2 Vijay Singh  Fiji 8,017,336
3 Phil Mickelson  United States 5,699,605
4 Jim Furyk  United States 4,255,369
5 David Toms  United States 3,962,013
6 Kenny Perry  United States 3,607,155
7 Chris DiMarco  United States 3,562,548
8 Retief Goosen  South Africa 3,494,106
9 Bart Bryant  United States 3,249,136
10 Sergio García  Spain 3,213,375

Full 2005 Official Money List

Ten players won three million dollars, 30 won two million or more and 78 won one million or more. The cut off to make the top 125 on the money list and retain a tour card was $626,736.

Main tournaments[edit]

For details of what happened in the main tournaments of 2005, including the major championships and the World Golf Championships, see 2005 in golf.

Table of results[edit]

The numbers in parentheses after the winners' names are the number of wins they had on the tour up to and including that event.

Week Tournament State/Country Status Winner Purse ($) Winner's
share ($)
Jan 6–9 Mercedes Championships Hawaii Small field Australia Stuart Appleby (6) 5,300,000 1,060,000
Jan 13–16 Sony Open in Hawaii Hawaii Regular Fiji Vijay Singh (25) 4,800,000 864,000
Jan 20–23 Buick Invitational California Regular United States Tiger Woods (41) 4,800,000 864,000
Jan 26–30 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic California Regular United States Justin Leonard (9) 4,700,000 846,000
Feb 3–6 FBR Open Arizona Regular United States Phil Mickelson (24) 5,200,000 936,000
Feb 10–13 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am California Regular United States Phil Mickelson (25) 5,300,000 954,000
Feb 17–20 Nissan Open* California Regular Australia Adam Scott (n/a) 4,800,000 864,000
Feb 23–27 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship California WGC United States David Toms (11) 7,500,000 1,300,000
Feb 24–27 Chrysler Classic of Tucson Arizona Alternate Australia Geoff Ogilvy (1) 3,000,000 540,000
Mar 3–6 Ford Championship at Doral Florida Regular United States Tiger Woods (42) 5,500,000 990,000
Mar 10–13 The Honda Classic Florida Regular Republic of Ireland Pádraig Harrington (1) 5,500,000 990,000
Mar 17–20 Bay Hill Invitational Florida Regular United States Kenny Perry (8) 5,000,000 900,000
Mar 24–27 The Players Championship Florida Unique United States Fred Funk (7) 8,000,000 1,440,000
Mar 31 – Apr 3 BellSouth Classic Georgia Regular United States Phil Mickelson (26) 5,000,000 900,000
Apr 7–10 Masters Tournament Georgia Major United States Tiger Woods (43) 7,000,000 1,260,000
Apr 14–17 MCI Heritage South Carolina Regular Australia Peter Lonard (1) 5,200,000 936,000
Apr 21–24 Shell Houston Open Texas Regular Fiji Vijay Singh (26) 5,000,000 900,000
Apr 28 – May 1 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Louisiana Regular United States Tim Petrovic (1) 5,500,000 990,000
May 5–8 Wachovia Championship North Carolina Regular Fiji Vijay Singh (27) 6,000,000 1,080,000
May 12–15 EDS Byron Nelson Championship Texas Regular United States Ted Purdy (1) 6,200,000 1,116,000
May 19–22 Bank of America Colonial Texas Regular United States Kenny Perry (8) 5,600,000 1,008,000
May 26–29 FedEx St. Jude Classic Tennessee Regular United States Justin Leonard (10) 4,900,000 882,000
Jun 2–5 The Memorial Tournament Ohio Regular United States Bart Bryant (2) 5,500,000 990,000
Jun 9–12 Booz Allen Classic Maryland Regular Spain Sergio García (6) 5,000,000 900,000
Jun 16–19 U.S. Open North Carolina Major New Zealand Michael Campbell (1) 6,250,000 1,170,000
Jun 23–26 Barclays Classic New York Regular Republic of Ireland Pádraig Harrington (2) 5,750,000 1,035,000
Jun 30 – Jul 3 Cialis Western Open Illinois Regular United States Jim Furyk (10) 5,000,000 900,000
Jul 7–10 John Deere Classic Illinois Regular United States Sean O'Hair (1) 4,000,000 720,000
Jul 14–17 The Open Championship (British Open) Scotland Major United States Tiger Woods (44) 7,490,400 1,261,285
Jul 14–17 B.C. Open New York Alternate United States Jason Bohn (1) 3,000,000 540,000
Jul 21–24 U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee Wisconsin Regular United States Ben Crane (2) 3,800,000 684,000
Jul 28–31 Buick Open Michigan Regular Fiji Vijay Singh (28) 4,600,000 828,000
Aug 4–7 The International Colorado Regular South Africa Retief Goosen (6) 5,000,000 900,000
Aug 11–14 PGA Championship New Jersey Major United States Phil Mickelson (27) 6,500,000 1,170,000
Aug 18–21 WGC-NEC Invitational Ohio WGC United States Tiger Woods (45) 7,500,000 1,300,000
Aug 18–21 Reno-Tahoe Open Nevada Alternate United States Vaughn Taylor (2) 3,000,000 540,000
Aug 25–28 Buick Championship Connecticut Regular United States Brad Faxon (8) 4,300,000 774,000
Sep 2–5 Deutsche Bank Championship Massachusetts Regular United States Olin Browne (3) 5,500,000 990,000
Sep 8–11 Bell Canadian Open Canada Regular United States Mark Calcavecchia (12) 5,000,000 900,000
Sep 15–18 84 Lumber Classic Pennsylvania Regular United States Jason Gore (1) 4,400,000 792,000
Sep 22–25 Valero Texas Open Texas Regular United States Robert Gamez (3) 3,500,000 630,000
Sep 22–25 Presidents Cup United States Team event United States United States n/a
Sep 29 – Oct 2 Chrysler Classic of Greensboro North Carolina Regular South Korea K. J. Choi (3) 5,000,000 900,000
Oct 6–9 WGC-American Express Championship California WGC United States Tiger Woods (46) 7,500,000 1,300,000
Oct 13–16 Michelin Championship at Las Vegas Nevada Regular United States Wes Short, Jr. (1) 4,000,000 720,000
Oct 20–23 FUNAI Classic at the Walt Disney World Resort Florida Regular United States Lucas Glover (1) 4,400,000 792,000
Oct 27–30 Chrysler Championship Florida Regular Sweden Carl Pettersson (1) 5,300,000 954,000
Nov 3–6 The Tour Championship Georgia Small field United States Bart Bryant (3) 6,500,000 1,170,000
Nov 3–6 Southern Farm Bureau Classic Mississippi Alternate United States Heath Slocum (2) 3,000,000 540,000

*The Nissan Open was shortened by 36 holes due to rain. Adam Scott defeated Chad Campbell on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff on a Monday. Due to the event's length, this win is counted as unofficial for Scott.

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