2005 WGC-American Express Championship

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2005 WGC-American Express Championship
Tournament information
Dates October 6–9, 2005
Location San Francisco, California
Course(s) Harding Park Golf Course
Tour(s) PGA Tour
European Tour
Statistics
Par 70
Length 7,086 yards (6,479 m)
Field 71 players
Cut None
Prize fund $7,500,000
6,144,040
Winner's share $1,300,000
€1,078,120
Champion
United States Tiger Woods
270 (–10), playoff
Harding ParkGolf Course is located in the US
Harding ParkGolf Course
Harding Park
Golf Course
Location in the United States

The 2005 WGC-American Express Championship was a professional golf tournament held October 6–9 at Harding Park Golf Course in San Francisco, California. It was the sixth WGC-American Express Championship tournament, and the third of three World Golf Championships events held in 2005.

World number 1 Tiger Woods won the tournament to capture his fourth WGC-American Express Championship and his tenth World Golf Championships title. Woods defeated John Daly on the second hole of a playoff when Daly missed a two-foot (0.6 m) putt for par.

Round summaries[edit]

First round[edit]

Thursday, October 6, 2005

Place Player Country Score To par
1 Colin Montgomerie  Scotland 64 –6
T2 Olin Browne  United States 67 –3
Mark Calcavecchia  United States
Chad Campbell  United States
John Daly  United States
Fred Funk  United States
Sergio García  Spain
David Howell  England
Rod Pampling  Australia
Ian Poulter  England
Vijay Singh  Fiji
Tiger Woods  United States

Second round[edit]

Friday, October 7, 2005

Place Player Country Score To par
1 Colin Montgomerie  Scotland 64-69=133 –7
T2 John Daly  United States 67-67=134 –6
David Howell  England 67-67=134
T4 Ángel Cabrera  Argentina 69-66=135 –5
Mark Calcavecchia  United States 67-68=135
Fred Funk  United States 67-68=135
Jim Furyk  United States 68-67=135
Sean O'Hair  United States 68-67=135
Tiger Woods  United States 67-68=135
T10 Stephen Ames  Canada 72-64=136 –4
Stuart Appleby  Australia 71-65=136
Sergio García  Spain 67-69=136
Billy Mayfair  United States 69-67=136
David Toms  United States 68-68=136

Third round[edit]

Saturday, October 8, 2005

Place Player Country Score To par
1 John Daly  United States 67-67-67=201 –9
2 Colin Montgomerie  Scotland 64-69-69=202 –8
T3 Sergio García  Spain 67-69-67=203 –7
Tiger Woods  United States 67-68-68=203
5 Henrik Stenson  Sweden 70-67-67=204 –6
6 Stuart Appleby  Australia 71-65-69=205 –5
T7 Jim Furyk  United States 68-67-71=206 –4
Sean O'Hair  United States 68-67-71=206
Vijay Singh  Fiji 67-70-69=206
David Toms  United States 68-68-70=206

Final round[edit]

Sunday, October 9, 2005

Place Player Country Score To par Money ($)
T1 Tiger Woods  United States 67-68-68-67=270 –10 Playoff
John Daly  United States 67-67-67-69=270
T3 Sergio García  Spain 67-69-67-69=272 –8 353,667
Colin Montgomerie  Scotland 64-69-69-70=272
Henrik Stenson  Sweden 70-67-67-68=272
T6 David Howell  England 67-67-74-67=275 –5 187,500
Graeme McDowell  Northern Ireland 69-70-68-68=275
Vijay Singh  Fiji 67-70-69-69=275
David Toms  United States 68-68-70-69=275
10 Stephen Ames  Canada 72-64-71-69=276 –4 140,000

Playoff[edit]

Place Player Country Score To par Money ($)
1 Tiger Woods  United States 4-4=8 E 1,300,000
2 John Daly  United States 4-5=9 +1 750,000

The sudden-death playoff began on the 18th hole (468 yd.) and ended on the 16th hole (336 yd.).

Scorecard[edit]
Hole  18   16 
Par 4 4
United States Woods E E
United States Daly E +1

Cumulative sudden-death playoff scores, relative to par

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 37°43′30″N 122°29′35″W / 37.725°N 122.493°W / 37.725; -122.493