PGA Tour

What: 101st Cialis Western Open
When: June 28-July 4
Where: Cog Hill Golf and Country Club (Dubsdread No. 4), Lemont
Course stats: 36-36-72, 7,320 yards.
Purse: $4.8 million; $840,000 to the winner.
TV: First two rounds on USA Netwrok; last two rounds on WLS-Ch. 7
2003 champ: Tiger Woods, 21-under-par 267.
2003 recap: Woods tied the cours record with a 9-under 63, one hsot ahret of Vance Veazey and two ahead of David Toms. Woods shot a 2-under 70 to move a stroke ahead of Toms at 11-under 133. Woods continued to roll with a 7-under 65 to set the 54-hole tournament record at 18-under 198 and take a six-stroke leade over Robert Allenby and Cluff Kresge going into the fourth round. Woods tied Scott Hoch's tournament record 267 with 3-under 69 for a total of 21 under par. Rich Beem finished second at 272.
It's a fact: The title was Woods' fifth wire-to-wire victory. … Woods tied his personal best for fewest putts in a 72-hole tournament with 104 in 2003. He was 18-under on the front nine, 3-under on the back. … The title was Woods' third at the Western Open and joined Macdonald Smith (1912, '25, '33), Jim Barnes (1914, '17, '19), Ralph Guldahl (1936-38) and Tom Watson (1974, '77, '84) as the only players with three titles. … Woods has now won five different Tour tournaments three or more times (Western Open, Bay Hil Invitational, Masters, Memorial, NEC Invitational). … Woods moved to the top of the tournament's money list with $1,729,307 earned in 10 starts. Nick Price is the only other player to top $1 million at the Western ($1,054,144 in 18 starts).


What: Kellogg-Keebler Classic.
When: June 4-6
Where: Stonebridge Country Club, Aurora.
Course: 36-36-72, 6,413 yards.
Purse: $1.2 million; $180,000 to the winner.
Ticket info: 888-609-5742