Golf-U.S. PGA Tour Humana Challenge scores

Sun Jan 20, 2013 6:15am IST

Jan 20 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Humana Challenge at the par-72 course on Saturday in La Quinta, California. The cut was set at 206 
194     Scott Stallings (U.S.)         66 65 63 
199     Roberto Castro (U.S.)          63 67 69 
        Stewart Cink (U.S.)            66 67 66 
        Charles Howell III (U.S.)      67 65 67 
        John Rollins (U.S.)            70 65 64 
        Charley Hoffman (U.S.)         65 67 67 
200     Bae Sang-Moon (South Korea)    67 69 64 
        Kevin Streelman (U.S.)         69 65 66 
        Brian Stuard (U.S.)            71 67 62 
        Kevin Stadler (U.S.)           66 66 68 
        Brian Gay (U.S.)               67 66 67 
        Ryan Palmer (U.S.)             65 69 66 
        Billy Horschel (U.S.)          67 68 65 
        Lee Williams (U.S.)            67 65 68 
201     Jason Kokrak (U.S.)            63 69 69 
        David Lingmerth (Sweden)       68 64 69 
        Nicholas Thompson (U.S.)       69 66 66 
        Richard Lee (U.S.)             66 65 70 
202     Daniel Summerhays (U.S.)       65 68 69 
        Zach Johnson (U.S.)            66 66 70 
        James Hahn (U.S.)              63 67 72 
        Ricky Barnes (U.S.)            65 68 69 
        Robert Garrigus (U.S.)         66 67 69 
        Jimmy Walker (U.S.)            66 70 66 
        Bo Van Pelt (U.S.)             66 68 68 
        Brandt Snedeker (U.S.)         67 68 67 
        Bryce Molder (U.S.)            66 68 68 
        Aaron Baddeley (Australia)     64 68 70 
        Ben Kohles (U.S.)              68 68 66 
203     Justin Leonard (U.S.)          67 69 67 
        Darron Stiles (U.S.)           66 65 72 
        Greg Chalmers (Australia)      64 68 71 
        Cameron Tringale (U.S.)        65 72 66 
        Harris English (U.S.)          67 69 67 
        Stephen Ames (Canada)          67 68 68 
        Fabian Gomez (Argentina)       69 67 67 
        Justin Hicks (U.S.)            69 69 65 
        Matt Kuchar (U.S.)             70 64 69 
        Johnson Wagner (U.S.)          66 70 67 
        Carl Pettersson (Sweden)       68 66 69 
        Alistair Presnell (Australia)  68 70 65 
        Steven Bowditch (Australia)    71 65 67 
204     Robert Streb (U.S.)            67 69 68 
        Russell Henley (U.S.)          64 69 71 
        Kevin Chappell (U.S.)          68 69 67 
        Brendon De Jonge (Zimbabwe)    69 69 66 
        Doug LaBelle II (U.S.)         64 70 70 
        Tom Gillis (U.S.)              69 66 69 
        William McGirt (U.S.)          68 66 70 
        Jeff Maggert (U.S.)            65 72 67 
        Martin Laird (Britain)         69 69 66 
        Luke Guthrie (U.S.)            73 67 64 
205     Greg Owen (Britain)            72 65 68 
        Geoff Ogilvy (Australia)       70 65 70 
        D.A. Points (U.S.)             67 69 69 
        Brad Fritsch (Canada)          69 65 71 
        Matt Jones (Australia)         68 68 69 
        D.J. Trahan (U.S.)             69 68 68 
        Bud Cauley (U.S.)              70 63 72 
        Jerry Kelly (U.S.)             65 71 69 
        Camilo Villegas (Colombia)     71 67 67 
        Bob Estes (U.S.)               69 69 67 
        Phil Mickelson (U.S.)          72 67 66 
        Stuart Appleby (Australia)     67 70 68 
        Lucas Glover (U.S.)            71 69 65 
        Luke List (U.S.)               70 66 69 
206     Boo Weekley (U.S.)             68 67 71 
        Colt Knost (U.S.)              68 67 71 
        Jeff Overton (U.S.)            69 71 66 
        John Senden (Australia)        72 66 68 
        Michael Bradley (U.S.)         65 69 72 
        Jason Bohn (U.S.)              70 69 67 
        Charlie Wi (South Korea)       72 64 70 
        Graham DeLaet (Canada)         71 70 65 
        David Toms (U.S.)              75 67 64 
        David Mathis (U.S.)            70 66 70 
        Brendan Steele (U.S.)          72 70 64 
        Shawn Stefani (U.S.)           68 69 69 
        Tag Ridings (U.S.)             67 71 68 
        Ross Fisher (Britain)          74 65 67 
        Lee Dong-Hwan (South Korea)    70 66 70 
207 DNQ John Merrick (U.S.)            69 71 67 
        Brian Davis (Britain)          68 68 71 
        Trevor Immelman (South Africa) 73 64 70 
        Steve Marino (U.S.)            69 70 68 
        Jeff Klauk (U.S.)              68 69 70 
        Derek Ernst (U.S.)             69 70 68 
        Joey Snyder III (U.S.)         69 70 68 
        Scott Langley (U.S.)           70 67 70 
        Pat Perez (U.S.)               68 69 70 
        Tim Clark (South Africa)       71 66 70 
        Henrik Norlander (Sweden)      70 71 66 
208 DNQ Davis Love III (U.S.)          71 70 67 
        Gary Woodland (U.S.)           71 66 71 
        Webb Simpson (U.S.)            73 70 65 
        Robert Allenby (Australia)     68 72 68 
        Josh Teater (U.S.)             73 65 70 
        Troy Matteson (U.S.)           70 70 68 
        Erik Compton (U.S.)            67 67 74 
        Patrick Cantlay (U.S.)         65 72 71 
209 DNQ Robert Karlsson (Sweden)       71 69 69 
        Joe Ogilvie (U.S.)             71 69 69 
        Chris Stroud (U.S.)            69 66 74 
        Eric Meierdierks (U.S.)        70 70 69 
        David Hearn (Canada)           71 66 72 
        Mark Wilson (U.S.)             77 66 66 
        Mike Weir (Canada)             67 75 67 
        Bill Haas (U.S.)               70 68 71 
        Matt Every (U.S.)              69 69 71 
        Jesper Parnevik (Sweden)       67 73 69 
        Kevin Na (U.S.)                69 70 70 
        Cameron Percy (Australia)      72 68 69 
210 DNQ Steve Jones (U.S.)             74 67 69 
        Dicky Pride (U.S.)             69 70 71 
        Jhonattan Vegas (Venezuela)    68 69 73 
        Jeff Gove (U.S.)               73 69 68 
        Ben Crane (U.S.)               71 68 71 
        Patrick Reed (U.S.)            74 68 68 
        Casey Wittenberg (U.S.)        69 69 72 
        Justin Bolli (U.S.)            71 70 69 
        Wes Short Jr. (U.S.)           70 71 69 
        Ken Duke (U.S.)                72 65 73 
        Chris Kirk (U.S.)              68 71 71 
        Andrew Svoboda (U.S.)          67 74 69 
211 DNQ Noh Seung-Yul (South Korea)    72 68 71 
        Bobby Gates (U.S.)             66 73 72 
212 DNQ Scott Gardiner (Australia)     70 67 75 
        Aaron Watkins (U.S.)           72 70 70 
        Morgan Hoffmann (U.S.)         72 67 73 
        Scott Verplank (U.S.)          69 72 71 
        Kyle Stanley (U.S.)            67 75 70 
        Brian Harman (U.S.)            77 66 69 
        Martin Flores (U.S.)           74 72 66 
        Paul Haley II (U.S.)           67 72 73 
213 DNQ Bart Bryant (U.S.)             72 71 70 
        Will Claxton (U.S.)            69 70 74 
        Blake Adams (U.S.)             70 75 68 
        James Driscoll (U.S.)          70 73 70 
        Lee Janzen (U.S.)              73 72 68 
        Ryo Ishikawa (Japan)           70 72 71 
        Rory Sabbatini (South Africa)  69 75 69 
214 DNQ Steve LeBrun (U.S.)            72 72 70 
        Brett Quigley (U.S.)           72 68 74 
        Chad Campbell (U.S.)           74 67 73 
215 DNQ Sean O'Hair (U.S.)             70 71 74 
        John Mallinger (U.S.)          76 71 68 
        Park Jin (South Korea)         73 74 68 
        Andres Gonzales (U.S.)         73 72 70 
216 DNQ David Lynn (Britain)           69 71 76 
        Troy Kelly (U.S.)              73 73 70 
217 DNQ Tommy Gainey (U.S.)            74 71 72 
218 DNQ Scott McCarron (U.S.)          68 72 78 
219 DNQ Chris Starkjohann (U.S.)       68 81 70 
220 DNQ Charlie Beljan (U.S.)          78 73 69 
224 DNQ Michael Letzig (U.S.)          74 77 73 
227 DNQ Mark Brooks (U.S.)             79 74 74
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