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

ScheduleEdit

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

Date Tournament Location Winner OWGR
points[1]
Purse ($) Winner's
share ($)
Notes
Jan 9 Mercedes Championships Hawaii   Stuart Appleby (6) 54 5,300,000 1,060,000 Winners-only event
Jan 16 Sony Open in Hawaii Hawaii   Vijay Singh (25) 60 4,800,000 864,000
Jan 23 Buick Invitational California   Tiger Woods (41) 58 4,800,000 864,000
Jan 30 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic California   Justin Leonard (9) 54 4,700,000 846,000 Celebrity pro-am
Feb 6 FBR Open Arizona   Phil Mickelson (24) 60 5,200,000 936,000
Feb 13 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am California   Phil Mickelson (25) 52 5,300,000 954,000 Celebrity pro-am
Feb 20 Nissan Open California   Adam Scott (n/a) 48 4,800,000 864,000 Shortened to 36 holes
Unofficial win
Feb 27 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship California   David Toms (11) 76 7,500,000 1,300,000 World Golf Championships
Feb 27 Chrysler Classic of Tucson Arizona   Geoff Ogilvy (1) 24 3,000,000 540,000 Alternate event
Mar 6 Ford Championship at Doral Florida   Tiger Woods (42) 66 5,500,000 990,000
Mar 13 The Honda Classic Florida   Pádraig Harrington (1) 50 5,500,000 990,000
Mar 20 Bay Hill Invitational Florida   Kenny Perry (8) 70 5,000,000 900,000 Invitational
Mar 28 The Players Championship Florida   Fred Funk (7) 80 8,000,000 1,440,000 Flagship event
Apr 3 BellSouth Classic Georgia   Phil Mickelson (26) 42 5,000,000 900,000
Apr 10 Masters Tournament Georgia   Tiger Woods (43) 100 7,000,000 1,260,000 Major championship
Apr 17 MCI Heritage South Carolina   Peter Lonard (1) 52 5,200,000 936,000 Invitational
Apr 24 Shell Houston Open Texas   Vijay Singh (26) 46 5,000,000 900,000
May 1 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Louisiana   Tim Petrovic (1) 48 5,500,000 990,000
May 8 Wachovia Championship North Carolina   Vijay Singh (27) 68 6,000,000 1,080,000
May 15 EDS Byron Nelson Championship Texas   Ted Purdy (1) 66 6,200,000 1,116,000
May 22 Bank of America Colonial Texas   Kenny Perry (8) 58 5,600,000 1,008,000 Invitational
May 29 FedEx St. Jude Classic Tennessee   Justin Leonard (10) 38 4,900,000 882,000
Jun 5 The Memorial Tournament Ohio   Bart Bryant (2) 70 5,500,000 990,000 Invitational
Jun 12 Booz Allen Classic Maryland   Sergio García (6) 68 5,000,000 900,000
Jun 19 U.S. Open North Carolina   Michael Campbell (1) 100 6,250,000 1,170,000 Major championship
Jun 26 Barclays Classic New York   Pádraig Harrington (2) 50 5,750,000 1,035,000
Jul 3 Cialis Western Open Illinois   Jim Furyk (10) 54 5,000,000 900,000
Jul 10 John Deere Classic Illinois   Sean O'Hair (1) 30 4,000,000 720,000
Jul 17 The Open Championship (British Open) Scotland   Tiger Woods (44) 100 7,490,400 1,261,285 Major championship
Jul 17 B.C. Open New York   Jason Bohn (1) 24 3,000,000 540,000 Alternate event
Jul 24 U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee Wisconsin   Ben Crane (2) 30 3,800,000 684,000
Jul 31 Buick Open Michigan   Vijay Singh (28) 46 4,600,000 828,000
Aug 7 The International Colorado   Retief Goosen (6) 54 5,000,000 900,000
Aug 15[2] PGA Championship New Jersey   Phil Mickelson (27) 100 6,500,000 1,170,000 Major championship
Aug 21 WGC-NEC Invitational Ohio   Tiger Woods (45) 74 7,500,000 1,300,000 World Golf Championships
Aug 21 Reno-Tahoe Open Nevada   Vaughn Taylor (2) 24 3,000,000 540,000 Alternate event
Aug 28 Buick Championship Connecticut   Brad Faxon (8) 36 4,300,000 774,000
Sep 5 Deutsche Bank Championship Massachusetts   Olin Browne (3) 44 5,500,000 990,000
Sep 11 Bell Canadian Open British Columbia   Mark Calcavecchia (12) 44 5,000,000 900,000
Sep 18 84 Lumber Classic Pennsylvania   Jason Gore (1) 54 4,400,000 792,000
Sep 25 Valero Texas Open Texas   Robert Gamez (3) 30 3,500,000 630,000 Alternate event
Oct 2 Chrysler Classic of Greensboro North Carolina   K. J. Choi (3) 44 5,000,000 900,000
Oct 9 WGC-American Express Championship California   Tiger Woods (46) 72 7,500,000 1,300,000 World Golf Championships
Oct 16 Michelin Championship at Las Vegas Nevada   Wes Short, Jr. (1) 52 4,000,000 720,000
Oct 23 Funai Classic Florida   Lucas Glover (1) 52 4,400,000 792,000
Oct 30 Chrysler Championship Florida   Carl Pettersson (1) 58 5,300,000 954,000
Nov 6 The Tour Championship Georgia   Bart Bryant (3) 56 6,500,000 1,170,000 Limited to top 30 on money list
Nov 6 Southern Farm Bureau Classic Mississippi   Heath Slocum (2) 24 3,000,000 540,000 Alternate event
Rescheduled from October 9

Unofficial eventsEdit

The following events did not carry official money.

Date Tournament Location Winner(s) Purse ($) Winner's
share ($)
Notes
Mar 29 Tavistock Cup Florida Tie 2,000,000 1,000,000 Two 10-player teams
Jun 28 CVS Charity Classic Rhode Island   Chris DiMarco &
  Fred Funk
1,350,000 125,000
each
10 two-player teams
Sep 25 Presidents Cup United States   United States n/a Two 12-man teams
Nov 8 Tommy Bahama Challenge Arizona International team 700,000 100,000 Two four-player teams
Nov 13 Franklin Templeton Shootout Florida   John Huston &
  Kenny Perry
2,600,000 315,000 12 two-player teams
Nov 15 Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge Nevada Champions Tour team 900,000 150,000 Three three-player teams
Nov 15 ADT Skills Challenge Florida   Peter Jacobsen 750,000 172,500
Nov 20 WGC-Algarve World Cup Portugal   Stephen Dodd
& Bradley Dredge
4,000,000 1,400,000 24 two-man teams
Nov 23 PGA Grand Slam of Golf Hawaii   Tiger Woods 1,000,000 400,000 Four-player field
Nov 27 Merrill Lynch Skins Game California   Fred Funk 1,000,000 925,000 Four-player field
Dec 4 MBNA WorldPoints Father/Son Challenge Florida   Bernhard Langer
& Stefan Langer
1,085,000 200,000
Dec 4 Bard Capital Challenge Nevada   Nick Price team 750,000 150,000 Eight pros and 16 amateurs
Dec 5 PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament Florida   J. B. Holmes 1,087,500 50,000
Dec 11 Target World Challenge California   Luke Donald 5,500,000 1,300,000 16-player field

Source:[3]

Location of tournamentsEdit

Money listEdit

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

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.

Source:[4]

AwardsEdit

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

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Each tournament is allocated a certain number of Official World Golf Rankings points for its champion, and points for lower finishes are based on a sliding scale. The major championships and the Players Championship have fixed allocations, but the points of the other tournaments depend on the strength of the field.
  2. ^ "Mickelson becomes quite the drama major". The Spokesman-Review. August 16, 2005. p. C–1. Retrieved August 26, 2019 – via news.google.com.
  3. ^ "2005 Schedule". PGA Tour.
  4. ^ "Money Leaders – 2005". PGA Tour.

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