Other 2007 PGA Tour Winners

(Through Nov. 28, 2007)

2007 golf tour winners from the Mercedes Championship to the Children's Miracle Network Classic.

Tournament—winner Winnings
Mercedes Championship—Vijay Singh $1,100,000
Sony Open in Hawaii—Paul Goydos 936,000
Bob Hope Chrysler Classic—Charley Hoffman 900,000
Buick Invitational—Tiger Woods 936,000
FBR Open—Aaron Baddeley 1,080,000
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am—Phil Mickelson 999,000
Nissan Open—Charles Howell III 936,000
Mayakoba Golf Classic—Fred Funk 630,000
The Honda Classic—Mark Wilson 990,000
PODS Championship—Mark Calcavecchia 954,000
Arnold Palmer Invitational—Vijay Singh 990,000
World Golf Championships-CA Championship—Tiger Woods 1,350,000
Shell Houston Open—Adam Scott 990,000
Verizon Heritage—Boo Weekley 972,000
Zurich Classic of New Orleans—Nick Watney 1,098,000
EDS Byron Nelson Championship—Scott Verplank 1,134,000
Wachovia Championship—Tiger Woods 1,134,000
THE PLAYERS Championship—Phil Mickelson 1,620,000
AT&T Classic—Zach Johnson 972,000
Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial—Rory Sabbatini 1,080,000
Memorial Tournament—K.J. Choi 1,080,000
Stanford St. Jude Championship—Woody Austin 1,080,000
Travelers Championship—Hunter Mahan 1,080,000
Buick Open—Brian Bateman 882,000
AT&T National—K.J. Choi 1,080,000
John Deere Classic—Jonathan Byrd 738,000
U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee—Joe Ogilvie 720,000
Canadian Open—Jim Furyk 900,000
U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee—Corey Pavin 720,000
Reno-Tahoe Open—Steve Flesch 540,000
WGC-Bridgestone Invitational—Tiger Woods 1,350,000
Wyndham Championship—Brandt Snedeker 900,000
The Barclays—Steve Stricker 1,260,000
Deutsche Bank Championship—Phil Mickelson 1,260,000
BMW Championship—Tiger Woods 1,260,000
THE TOUR Championship—Tiger Woods 1,260,000
Turning Stone Resort Championship—Steve Flesch 1,080,000
Viking Classic—Chad Campbell 630,000
The Presidents Cup—Team United States 19.5, Team International 14.5
Valero Texas Open—Justin Leonard 810,000
Frys.com Open—George McNeill 720,000
Fry's Electronics Open—Mike Weir 900,000
Ginn sur Mer Classic at Tesoro—Daniel Chopra 810,000
Children's Miracle Network Classic—Stephen Ames 828,000

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