$4,400,000 John Deere Classic Leaderboard Scores
Location: Silvis, Illinois
Club: TPC Deere Run (Par 71 - 7,268 Yards)
Sunday's fourth round - (Complete)

Steve Stricker won the tournament for the second straight year, picking up his ninth career PGA Tour victory and second of the season...On Saturday, Stricker broke the 54-hole scoring record on the PGA Tour at 25-under 188...The old record of 189 was held by three people...Paul Goydos became the fourth player in PGA Tour history to shoot a 59 on Thursday...There are two events on the PGA Tour schedule next week: the British Open, where Stewart Cink is the defending champion; and the Reno-Tahoe Open, which was won by John Rollins last year.
Player Score Money Hole
Steve Stricker -26 792,000 F
Paul Goydos -24 475,200 F
Jeff Maggert -20 299,200 F
Shaun Micheel -19 211,200 F
Matt Jones -17 176,000 F
Vaughn Taylor -16 158,400 F
Tim Clark -15 137,133 F
Charley Hoffman -15 137,133 F
Brendon de Jonge -15 137,133 F
Troy Matteson -14 114,400 F
Brett Quigley -14 114,400 F
Tom Pernice, Jr. -13 92,400 F
John Senden -13 92,400 F
Greg Chalmers -13 92,400 F
Kenny Perry -12 68,200 F
Rod Pampling -12 68,200 F
Charlie Wi -12 68,200 F
Garrett Willis -12 68,200 F
Rocco Mediate -12 68,200 F
Jason Day -12 68,200 F
Chad Collins -11 36,418 F
James Nitties -11 36,418 F
Joe Ogilvie -11 36,418 F
Todd Hamilton -11 36,418 F
Zach Johnson -11 36,418 F
Gary Woodland -11 36,418 F
Josh Teater -11 36,418 F
Boo Weekley -11 36,418 F
Andres Romero -11 36,418 F
Webb Simpson -11 36,418 F
Jason Bohn -11 36,418 F
Michael Bradley -11 36,418 F
Jonathan Byrd -11 36,418 F
Chad Campbell -10 22,704 F
Kevin Stadler -10 22,704 F
Kevin Sutherland -10 22,704 F
Scott Piercy -10 22,704 F
Spencer Levin -10 22,704 F
John Merrick -9 15,858 F
Chris Couch -9 15,858 F
Chris DiMarco -9 15,858 F
Steve Elkington -9 15,858 F
Charles Howell III -9 15,858 F
Pat Perez -9 15,858 F
Michael Letzig -9 15,858 F
Mark Wilson -9 15,858 F
Aaron Baddeley -9 15,858 F
Henrik Bjornstad -9 15,858 F
Matt Bettencourt -8 10,661 F
Jay Williamson -8 10,661 F
Roger Tambellini -8 10,661 F
Paul Stankowski -8 10,661 F
Michael Connell -8 10,661 F
George McNeill -8 10,661 F
Steve Lowery -8 10,661 F
Marco Dawson -7 9,812 F
Matthew Every -7 9,812 F
James Driscoll -7 9,812 F
Jeff Quinney -7 9,812 F
Matt Weibring -7 9,812 F
Woody Austin -7 9,812 F
Brian Davis -6 9,416 F
John Mallinger -6 9,416 F
J.J. Henry -6 9,416 F
Davis Love III -5 9,152 F
Robert Garrigus -5 9,152 F
Mark Hensby -5 9,152 F
Lee Janzen -3 8,932 F
Michael Allen -3 8,932 F
Daniel Chopra -2 8,800 F
Brad Faxon -1 8,712 F
Richard S. Johnson +1 8,580 F
Cliff Kresge +1 8,580 F
Skip Kendall +3 8,448 F
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