Key spots decided at Chrysler
The final full-field event of the year is in the books, and while the money title and Player of the Year honors are still up for grabs, last week's Chrysler Championship did sort out the winners and losers in other money list battles: top 125 (2004 tour card), top 30 (Tour Championship) and top 40 (Masters invite).
2004 Tour cards
The Canadian kept scrolling down the scores in the locker room after finishing his round, but he was a bottle of nerves and eventually cleaned out his locker and left.
Thomas Levet needed a birdie on the 18th hole to knock Toledo out, but missed the green to the right and could only manage a par.
But Sluman made bogey on the 17th and 18th to fall into a tie for 14th. If Jose Coceres or Loren Roberts both playing in the group behind, had birdied the 18th, Sluman would have come up about $900 short of his Masters invitation.
Both made bogey.
2004 PGA Tour cards
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
MORE GOLF HEADLINES
- Tiger's bar for playing Masters: Can I win?
- Stenson named golf writers' top European
- Brooks' 62 leads rain-hit Mandela tournament
- Johnson holes out on 18, then beats Tiger