Scores & Stats
Champions Tour

$2,500,000 Charles Schwab Cup Championship
TPC Harding Park
Par 71 - 7127 Yards
San Francisco, California
Oct 31 - Nov 3, 2013
 
Sunday's final round (complete)
As of December 18, 2014, at 07:56 PM ET
Field
 
Player Score Rnd 4 Money Won Hole
Fred Couples -17 (65-65-68-69=267) -2(69) $440,000 F
Bernhard Langer -11 (67-68-71-67=273) -4(67) $214,333 F
Mark O'Meara -11 (66-70-67-70=273) -1(70) $214,333 F
Peter Senior -11 (63-69-72-69=273) -2(69) $214,333 F
Mark Calcavecchia -10 (70-71-68-65=274) -6(65) $113,750 F
Rocco Mediate -10 (70-70-66-68=274) -3(68) $113,750 F
Kenny Perry -10 (68-71-67-68=274) -3(68) $113,750 F
Bart Bryant -10 (68-66-70-70=274) -1(70) $113,750 F
Jay Don Blake -9 (69-69-71-66=275) -5(66) $76,000 F
Fred Funk -9 (70-70-71-64=275) -7(64) $76,000 F
Tom Lehman* -9 (69-70-65-71=275)   E(71) $76,000 F
Mike Goodes -8 (68-68-69-71=276)   E(71) $64,000 F
David Frost -7 (64-73-71-69=277) -2(69) $59,000 F
Tom Pernice, Jr. -5 (71-73-69-66=279) -5(66) $52,000 F
Duffy Waldorf -5 (67-71-74-67=279) -4(67) $52,000 F
Russ Cochran -5 (68-68-73-70=279) -1(70) $52,000 F
Jay Haas -4 (70-69-70-71=280)   E(71) $43,167 F
Esteban Toledo -4 (70-71-69-70=280) -1(70) $43,167 F
Gene Sauers -4 (68-71-72-69=280) -2(69) $43,167 F
John Cook -3 (69-71-71-70=281) -1(70) $37,000 F
Jeff Sluman -3 (71-69-69-72=281) +1(72) $37,000 F
Michael Allen -2 (68-72-71-71=282)   E(71) $34,000 F
Chien Soon Lu -1 (72-68-73-70=283) -1(70) $32,000 F
John Riegger +1 (72-70-68-75=285) +4(75) $30,000 F
Steve Elkington +2 (67-77-72-70=286) -1(70) $29,000 F
Kirk Triplett +3 (71-69-70-77=287) +6(77) $26,500 F
Mark Wiebe +3 (75-72-68-72=287) +1(72) $26,500 F
Corey Pavin +4 (70-74-72-72=288) +1(72) $25,000 F
Dan Forsman +8 (74-73-69-76=292) +5(76) $24,500 F
Craig Stadler +18 (74-76-75-77=302) +6(77) $24,000 F
 
Withdrew/Disqualified
Player Score     Hole
* - Defending Champion
 
 
NOTES
Fred Couples earned his first Champions Tour win of the season and ninth of his career ... Kenny Perry tied for fifth place at 10-under-par 274 to claim the Charles Schwab Cup ... Bernhard Langer, who was the only player in the field that could have won the cup aside from Perry, finished in a share of second place at 11-under 273 ... Langer needed to win the tournament and have Perry finish in a five-way tie for fourth or a two-way tie for fifth to win the cup.

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