UPDATE 1-Golf-U.S. PGA Tour Las Vegas Open scores

Mon Oct 8, 2012 5:13am IST

Oct 7 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Las Vegas Open at the par-71 course on Sunday in Las Vegas, Nevada 
260     Ryan Moore (U.S.)             61 68 65 66 
261     Brendon De Jonge (Zimbabwe)   62 66 66 67 
264     Jonas Blixt (Sweden)          64 64 66 70 
266     Jason Day (Australia)         69 68 64 65 
269     Bill Lunde (U.S.)             67 69 67 66 
270     Scott Piercy (U.S.)           67 66 73 64 
        Richard Lee (U.S.)            66 68 71 65 
271     Blake Adams (U.S.)            65 70 68 68 
        Jason Bohn (U.S.)             71 66 64 70 
272     Nick Watney (U.S.)            66 66 71 69 
        Jimmy Walker (U.S.)           67 66 66 73 
        Tim Herron (U.S.)             63 68 68 73 
273     Brendan Steele (U.S.)         69 67 70 67 
        Mathew Goggin (Australia)     68 69 70 66 
        John Huh (U.S.)               63 69 72 69 
        Jeff Overton (U.S.)           70 66 68 69 
        Michael Thompson (U.S.)       70 66 68 69 
        Heath Slocum (U.S.)           67 67 74 65 
        Bobby Gates (U.S.)            70 67 66 70 
        Russell Knox (Britain)        66 67 68 72 
        Colt Knost (U.S.)             68 67 66 72 
274     Angel Cabrera (Argentina)     68 70 67 69 
        Bob Estes (U.S.)              69 68 68 69 
        John Mallinger (U.S.)         70 65 72 67 
        Robert Garrigus (U.S.)        66 68 73 67 
        Patrick Reed (U.S.)           65 69 70 70 
        Kevin Na (U.S.)               68 66 70 70 
        Kevin Streelman (U.S.)        68 67 68 71 
        Josh Teater (U.S.)            70 65 67 72 
275     Kevin Stadler (U.S.)          66 68 72 69 
        David Hearn (Canada)          68 70 69 68 
        Camilo Villegas (Colombia)    70 66 68 71 
276     Ricky Barnes (U.S.)           68 69 70 69 
        Justin Leonard (U.S.)         64 69 71 72 
        Chris Riley (U.S.)            68 70 69 69 
277     Andres Romero (Argentina)     68 66 72 71 
        Stewart Cink (U.S.)           68 69 68 72 
        Edward Loar (U.S.)            67 68 70 72 
        John Merrick (U.S.)           69 67 72 69 
        Daniel Summerhays (U.S.)      68 63 72 74 
        Vijay Singh (Fiji)            66 66 71 74 
        Chris Kirk (U.S.)             64 68 71 74 
        Ken Duke (U.S.)               66 68 68 75 
        Steve Wheatcroft (U.S.)       69 69 71 68 
        George McNeill (U.S.)         70 68 72 67 
278     Jhonattan Vegas (Venezuela)   68 68 69 73 
        Scott Brown (U.S.)            69 67 72 70 
        David Mathis (U.S.)           68 68 72 70 
        Daniel Chopra (Sweden)        68 67 73 70 
        Ryan Palmer (U.S.)            67 70 66 75 
        Marc Turnesa (U.S.)           70 68 70 70 
        Tommy Biershenk (U.S.)        68 70 70 70 
        Nathan Green (Australia)      68 68 74 68 
279     Robert Karlsson (Sweden)      69 68 70 72 
        Vaughn Taylor (U.S.)          65 72 70 72 
        Billy Mayfair (U.S.)          70 66 72 71 
        Chad Campbell (U.S.)          73 65 74 67 
280     Sean O'Hair (U.S.)            67 70 71 72 
        J.J. Killeen (U.S.)           66 68 75 71 
281     Harris English (U.S.)         71 66 73 71 
282     Troy Kelly (U.S.)             68 70 70 74 
        Will Claxton (U.S.)           70 68 71 73 
        Erik Compton (U.S.)           66 71 75 70 
283     J.B. Holmes (U.S.)            70 67 73 73 
        Matt Bettencourt (U.S.)       68 70 73 72 
284     Roberto Castro (U.S.)         69 66 71 78 
        Davis Love III (U.S.)         68 67 73 76 
285     Rod Pampling (Australia)      70 68 72 75 
        Gary Christian (Britain)      68 68 76 73 
286     Hunter Hamrick (U.S.)         69 69 77 71 
295     John Daly (U.S.)              69 63 86 77 
204 WDW Rory Sabbatini (South Africa) 65 71 68    
211 WDW Rocco Mediate (U.S.)          69 68 74
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