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2003 Nationwide Tour

2007 nationwide tour results, 2003 nationwide tour money list
The 2003 Nationwide Tour season ran from February 27 to November 2 The season consisted of 30 official money golf tournaments, four of which were played outside the United States The top 20 players on the year-end money list earned their PGA Tour card for 2004

Contents

  • 1 Schedule
  • 2 Leading money winners
  • 3 See also
  • 4 External links

Scheduleedit

The number in parentheses after winners' names show the player's total number of wins on the Nationwide Tour including that event No one accumulates many wins on the Nationwide Tour because success at this level soon leads to promotion to the PGA Tour

Week Tournament State/Country Winner
Feb 27 - Mar 2 Jacob's Creek Open Championship Australia Joe Ogilvie 3
Mar 6-9 Clearwater Classic New Zealand Ryan Palmer 1
Mar 27-30 Chitimacha Louisiana Open Louisiana Brett Wetterich 1
Apr 18-21 First Tee Arkansas Classic Arkansas Ted Purdy 1
Apr 24-27 Rheem Classic Arkansas Zach Johnson 1
May 1-4 BMW Charity Pro-Am at The Cliffs South Carolina Tripp Isenhour 2
May 15-18 VB Open Virginia Michael Long 2
May 22-25 SAS Carolina Classic North Carolina David Morland IV 2
May 29 - Jun 1 Henrico County Open Virginia Mark Hensby 3
Jun 5-8 LaSalle Bank Open Illinois Andre Stolz 1
Jun 12-15 Northeast Pennsylvania Classic Pennsylvania Blaine McCallister 1
Jun 19-22 Lake Erie Charity Classic at Peek 'n Peak Resort New York Guy Boros 2
Jun 26-29 Knoxville Open Tennessee Vaughn Taylor 1
Jul 3-6 Samsung Canadian PGA Championship Canada Tom Carter 1
Jul 10-13 The Reese's Cup Classic Pennsylvania Joe Ogilvie 4
Jul 24-27 Dayton Open Ohio Guy Boros 3
Jul 31 - Aug 3 Chattanooga Classic Tennessee Jason Bohn 1
Aug 7-10 Omaha Classic Nebraska Bo Van Pelt 1
Aug 14-17 Price Cutter Charity Championship Missouri Tom Carter 2
Aug 21-24 Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open Kansas Jeff Klauk 1
Aug 28-31 Alberta Calgary Classic Canada Tom Carter 3
Sep 4-7 Envirocare Utah Classic Utah Zach Johnson 2
Sep 11-14 Oregon Classic Oregon Chris Couch 2
Sep 18-21 Albertsons Boise Open Idaho Roger Tambellini 1
Sep 25-28 Mark Christopher Charity Classic California James Oh 1
Oct 2-5 Monterey Peninsula Classic California Scott Gutschewski 1
Oct 9-12 Gila River Classic at Wild Horse Pass Resort Arizona Lucas Glover 1
Oct 16-19 Permian Basin Charity Golf Classic Texas D J Brigman 1
Oct 23-26 Miccosukee Championship Florida Craig Bowden 2
Oct 30 - Nov 2 Nationwide Tour Championship Alabama Chris Couch 3

Leading money winnersedit

Rank Player Country Prize money US$
1 Zach Johnson  United States 494,882
2 Joe Ogilvie  United States 392,337
3 Tom Carter  United States 360,990
4 Chris Couch  United States 342,874
5 Bo Van Pelt  United States 289,248
6 Ryan Palmer  United States 286,066
7 Mark Hensby  Australia 276,519
8 Tripp Isenhour  United States 262,646
9 Jason Bohn  United States 255,191
10 Jason Dufner  United States 237,637

Full money list

See alsoedit

  • 2003 Nationwide Tour graduates

External linksedit

  • Schedule

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