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2012 Masters Final Leaderboard

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Sunday, April 8th, 2012
Categories: PGA TourPro GolfRory McIloryThe MastersTiger Woods

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*Playoff Hole 1 Hole 2
Hole # 18 10
Par 4 4
Bubba Watson 4 4
Winner
Louis Oosthuizen 4 5

POS Player To Par R1 R2 R3 R4 Total
1*
Bubba Watson
-10 69 71 70 68 278
2*
Louis Oosthuizen
-10 68 72 69 69 278
T3
Lee Westwood
-8 67 73 72 68 280
T3
Matt Kuchar
-8 71 70 70 69 280
T3
Peter Hanson
-8 68 74 65 73 280
T3
Phil Mickelson
-8 74 68 66 72 280
7
Ian Poulter
-5 72 72 70 69 283
T8
Adam Scott
-4 75 70 73 66 284
T8
Justin Rose
-4 72 72 72 68 284
T8
Padraig Harrington
-4 71 73 68 72 284
11
Jim Furyk
-3 70 73 72 70 285
T12
Kevin Na
-2 71 75 72 68 286
T12
Graeme McDowell
-2 75 72 71 68 286
T12
Sergio Garcia
-2 72 68 75 71 286
T12
Fred Couples
-2 72 67 75 72 286
T12
Hunter Mahan
-2 72 72 68 74 286
T17
Bo Van Pelt
-1 73 75 75 64 287
T17
Ben Crane
-1 69 73 72 73 287
T19
Geoff Ogilvy
E 74 72 71 71 288
T19
Charles Howell III
E 72 70 74 72 288
T19
Brandt Snedeker
E 72 75 68 73 288
T19
Fredrik Jacobson
E 76 68 70 74 288
T19
Francesco Molinari
E 69 75 70 74 288
T24
Anders Hansen
+1 76 72 73 68 289
T24
Jason Dufner
+1 69 70 75 75 289
T24
Paul Lawrie
+1 69 72 72 76 289
T27
Keegan Bradley
+2 71 77 73 69 290
T27
Rickie Fowler
+2 74 74 72 70 290
T27
Vijay Singh
+2 70 72 76 72 290
T27
Scott Stallings
+2 70 77 70 73 290
T27
Jonathan Byrd
+2 72 71 72 75 290
T32
Luke Donald
+3 75 73 75 68 291
T32
Angel Cabrera
+3 71 78 71 71 291
T32
Zach Johnson
+3 70 74 75 72 291
T32
Nick Watney
+3 71 71 72 77 291
T32
Sean O’Hair
+3 73 70 71 77 291
T37
Thomas Bjorn
+4 73 76 74 69 292
T37
Bill Haas
+4 72 74 76 70 292
T37
Sang-Moon Bae
+4 75 71 69 77 292
T40
Aaron Baddeley
+5 71 71 77 74 293
T40
Tiger Woods
+5 72 75 72 74 293
T40
Rory McIlroy
+5 71 69 77 76 293
T40
Henrik Stenson
+5 71 71 70 81 293
T44
Martin Kaymer
+6 72 75 75 72 294
T44
Kevin Chappell
+6 71 76 71 76 294
T44
Webb Simpson
+6 72 74 70 78 294
T47
Patrick Cantlay (a)
+7 71 78 74 72 295
T47
Ross Fisher
+7 71 77 73 74 295
T47
Steve Stricker
+7 71 77 72 75 295
T50
Stewart Cink
+8 71 75 81 69 296
T50
Robert Karlsson
+8 74 74 77 71 296
T50
Charl Schwartzel
+8 72 75 75 74 296
T50
David Toms
+8 73 73 75 75 296
T54
Scott Verplank
+9 73 75 75 74 297
T54
Hideki Matsuyama (a)
+9 71 74 72 80 297
56
Miguel A. Jimenez
+10 69 72 76 81 298
T57
Edoardo Molinari
+11 75 74 76 74 299
T57
Martin Laird
+11 76 72 74 77 299
T57
Y.E. Yang
+11 73 70 75 81 299
60
Trevor Immelman
+13 78 71 76 76 301
61
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
+14 74 75 76 77 302
62
Kelly Kraft (a)
+18 74 75 77 80 306

One response to “2012 Masters Final Leaderboard”

  1. Robert J. Taylor says:

    Well, it’s certainly not his ability (or capability) to strike the golf ball that is bothering Tiger Woods; because winning Arnie’s tournament had almost everyone expecting a great ball-striking week during the 2012 Masters Tournament. So, we are all left wondering what happened this week? Despite the standard assessment of his game, which Tiger usually provides when questioned about a less than stellar performance, I believe there is something else perhaps in his personal life that did not allow him to fully concentrate at the Masters. I mean, he never really seemed to get things going like Tiger Woods is almost always expected to do. And, the expression of his displeasure (kicking clubs, cursing, etc.) may be an indication of something more serious going on in his life. Is his mom okay? We hope so. Is the extended family violating his coveted privacy an issue? We hope not. Was it simply the “wrong ball-striking week at the wrong time” which may explain his comparatively pedestrian performance? Maybe, at least that’s how he describes it. Interestingly, some are calling for fines or suspension from tournaments because of the un-sportsmanlike behavior previously mentioned. Is that a good thing? Is that a bad thing? And, with all of the drama that this guy has gone through in the last few years, is that even a fair thing? Who really knows? At the end of the day, however, maybe we can agree on this: Tiger Woods performance during a PGA event (good or bad) is something that sets the tone of the week ahead for many fans of the game of golf. In fact, this week of the 76th Masters Golf Tournament, some salespeople are not going to make as many sales. Some car dealers are not going to sell as many cars. Some advertisers are not going to enjoy as much response and revenue from their television and online investments as they would if Tiger Woods and Bubba Watson were in that exciting two-hole playoff to crown the winner of the 2012 Masters Golf Tournament. And surely, the all-male country club known as Augusta National will not now have the distraction of a Tiger Woods victory to offset the increasing drone and advocacy for female infiltration into its long-held male exclusivity. For all the right or wrong reason that we can come up with victories do matter, Tiger, so good luck and god’s-speed on your next attempt to capture a major. It means a lot to all of us, personally and financially!

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