This Week on Tour – Tour Championship and the $10 Million Prize

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015
Categories: Champions TourEuropean TourFedEx CupJordan SpiethPGA TourPro GolfRory McIloryWeb.com Tour
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FedEx Cup LogoTOUR Championship by Coca-Cola
Dates: Sept. 24-27
Venue: East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta, Ga.

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday 1-6 p.m. (Live) / 8:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. (Replay)
Friday 1-6 p.m. (Live) / 11 p.m.-4 a.m. (Replay)
Saturday 10 a.m.-Noon (Live) / 10 p.m.-3:30 a.m. (Replay)
Sunday Noon-1:30 p.m. (Live) / 10 p.m.-3 a.m. (Replay)

Tournament Airtimes on NBC (Eastern):
Saturday Noon-3:30 p.m. (Live)
Sunday 1:30-6 p.m. (Live)

Broadcast Notes:
$10 million prize up for grabs: The 2014-15 PGA TOUR season culminates this week with the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. The 30-man field will compete for a chance to win the 2015 FedExCup, and the accompanying $10 million prize. Players sitting in the top-5 in the current standings are in position to automatically claim the FedExCup with a win this week, while those outside of the top-5 will have to rely on how others finish to have any chance at winning the title. The 30 players having qualified for the TOUR Championship have earned invitations/exemptions into the 2016 Masters, U.S. Open and Open Championship. Players in the field also are guaranteed at least $300,000 (30th place) and could earn as much as $11,485,000 (winning both the tournament and overall FedExCup).

Payne Stewart Award Ceremony, Airing Tonight on Golf Channel at 7 p.m. ET: Four-time major champion Ernie Els will receive the 2015 Payne Stewart Award – presented annually to a professional golfer who best exemplifies Payne Stewart’s steadfast values of character, charity and sportsmanship – during a special ceremony airing live on Golf Channel as a Golf Central special, tonight at 7 p.m. ET. Hosted by Dan Hicks and Todd Lewis, coverage of the award ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. ET within Golf Central, featuring interviews with Stewart’s wife and daughter, Tracey and Chelsea Stewart; Els’ wife and co-founder of the Els for Autism Foundation, Liezl Els; PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem; PGA TOUR professionals Jordan Spieth and Jimmy Walker; and Southern Company Chairman and CEO Thomas A. Fanning. During the award ceremony (beginning at 7 p.m. ET), Els will sit down with Lewis to discuss the award and his accomplishments off the course. Rich Lerner will conclude the special in delivering a tribute essay to Els and his family. Following the ceremony at 8 p.m. ET, Golf Channel will air a special encore presentation of Payne, the critically-acclaimed one-hour documentary chronicling Stewart’s life and career and remembering the dedicated family man, entertainer, jokester and golf fashion-icon.

Golf Central Special on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. ET featuring news conferences with Commissioner Finchem, Spieth: Tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. ET Golf Channel will air a Golf Central Special from East Lake Golf Club, featuring news conferences with PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem (11:30 a.m.) and Jordan Spieth (Noon).
Headlining the field (current FedExCup rankings): Jason Day (1); Jordan Spieth (2); Rickie Fowler (3); Henrik Stenson (4); Bubba Watson (5); Zach Johnson (6); Dustin Johnson (7); Charley Hoffman (8); Daniel Berger (9); Patrick Reed (10); Rory McIlroy (11); Justin Rose (12); Jimmy Walker (13); Robert Streb (14); Hideki Matsuyama (15); Jim Furyk (16); J.B. Holmes (17); Kevin Kisner (18); Danny Lee (19); Scott Piercy (20); Matt Kuchar (21); Paul Casey (22); Brandt Snedeker (23); Steven Bowditch (24); Brooks Koepka (25); Bill Haas (26); Kevin Na (27); Sangmoon Bae (28); Louis Oosthuizen (29); Harris English (30).

championstour-fCHAMPIONS TOUR
Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach
Dates: Sept. 25-27
Venues: Pebble Beach Golf Links; Poppy Hills Golf Course, Pebble Beach, Calif.

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Friday 6-8:30 p.m. (Live) / 4-6 a.m. (Saturday replay)
Saturday 6-9 p.m. (Live) / 3:30-6 a.m. (Sunday replay)
Sunday 6:30-9 p.m. (Live) / 3-5 a.m. (Monday replay)

Broadcast Notes:
Format: 81 professionals will compete alongside one junior golfer and two other amateurs on Friday and Saturday, playing once at each of the course venues, Pebble Beach and Poppy Hills. 23 pro-junior teams, as well as 10 two-player amateur teams will make the cut to compete in the final round at Pebble Beach. The 81 juniors in the field were selected from 55 First Tee chapters throughout the United States. At the conclusion of this week, only three events remain on the Champions Tour schedule prior to the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship in Scottsdale, Ariz., Nov. 5-8.
Cook defends: John Cook defeated Tom Byrum by one stroke for his 10th career Champions Tour win.
Headlining the field: Fred Couples, Tom Watson, Davis Love III, Colin Montgomerie, Jay Haas, Vijay Singh, Jeff Maggert, Marco Dawson, Billy Andrade and Kevin Sutherland.

Web.com Tour LogoWEB.COM TOUR
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship
Dates: Sept. 24-27
Venue: The Ohio State University Golf Club (Scarlet Course), Columbus, Ohio

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday 6-8 p.m. (Tape delay) / 4-6 p.m. (Streaming on Golf Live Extra)
Friday 8:30-10:30 p.m. (Tape delay) / 4-6 p.m. (Streaming on Golf Live Extra)
Saturday 4-6 p.m. (Live)
Sunday 1:30-4:30 p.m. (Live)

Broadcast Notes:
Web.com Tour Finals continue: This week the Web.com Tour stages the penultimate tournament of the four-event Web.com Tour Finals, as eligible players finishing 126-200 in the PGA TOUR FedExCup standings and players finishing 26-100 on the Web.com Tour season money list will compete for a chance at securing one of 25 additional 2015-16 PGA TOUR cards up for grabs at the conclusion of the Web.com Tour Championship. Players having finished in the top-25 on the Web.com Tour money list already having secured their 2015-16 PGA TOUR card also are eligible to complete in the Web.com Tour Finals to try and improve their playing status for next season.
Headlining the field: Jason Allred, Tommy Gainey, Oliver Goss, Cody Gribble, Trey Mullinax, Rob Oppenheim, Kevin Tway, Lucas Glover, Sam Saunders, Billy Hurley and Scott Langley.

European Tour Logo - GolfEUROPEAN TOUR
Porsche European Open
Dates: Sept. 24-27
Venue: Hartl Resort at Bad Griesbach (Beckenbauer Course), Bad Griesbach, Germany

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday 5-7 a.m. / 9 a.m.-Noon (Live)
Friday 5-7 a.m. / 9 a.m.-Noon (Live)
Saturday Noon-3:30 p.m. (Tape delay) / 7-11 a.m. (Streaming on Golf Live Extra)
Sunday 9-11 a.m. (Live)

Broadcast Notes:
Cevaer defends: Christian Cevaer finished one stroke ahead of the field for his second European Tour victory.
Headlining the field: Hunter Mahan, Graeme McDowell, Bernhard Langer, Charl Schwartzel, Ben An, Jamie Donaldson, Morgan Hoffmann, Thongchai Jaidee and Miguel Angel Jimenez.


This Week on Tour – FedEx Cup Playoffs, Web.com Tour, LPGA Tour, Champions Tour, European Tour

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, August 26th, 2015
Categories: Champions TourEuropean TourFedEx CupJordan SpiethLPGA TourPGA TourPro GolfRory McIloryWeb.com Tour
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FedEx Cup LogoPGA TOUR
The Barclays
Dates: Aug. 27-30
Venue: Plainfield Country Club, Edison, N.J.

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday 2-6 p.m. (Live) / 9 p.m.-1 a.m. (Replay)
Friday 2-6 p.m. (Live) / 10:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m. (Replay)
Saturday 1-2:30 p.m. (Live) / 10:30 p.m.-3 a.m. (Replay)
Sunday Noon-1:30 p.m. (Live) / 10:30 p.m.-3 a.m. (Replay)

Broadcast Notes:
Kicking off the FedExCup Playoffs: The PGA TOUR 2014-15 regular season concluded last week after 43 events and the top-125 in the FedExCup standings earned their 2015-16 PGA TOUR cards and became eligible to compete in the Playoffs. 121 players are currently in the field this week, and the top-100 in the standings following Sunday’s final round will be eligible to compete in next week’s Deutsche Bank Championship near Boston.
Mahan defends: Hunter Mahan won by two shots for his sixth career PGA TOUR win.
Headlining the field: Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Jimmy Walker, Justin Rose, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Zach Johnson, Patrick Reed and Robert Streb.

WEB.COM TOUR
WinCo Foods Portland Open
Dates: Aug. 27-30
Venue: Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club (Witch Hollow Course), North Plains, Oregon

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday 6-8:30 p.m. (Live)
Friday 8-10 p.m. (Tape delay)
Saturday 7-9:30 p.m. (Live)
Sunday 7-9:30 p.m. (Live) / 5-6 a.m. (Monday replay)

Broadcast Notes:
Finalizing “The 25”: The top-25 on the Web.com Tour money list following Sunday’s final round will earn their 2015-16 PGA TOUR card. Players finishing 26-100 on the money list will be eligible to compete for 25 additional PGA TOUR cards in the four-event Web.com Tour Finals, along with players having finished 126-200 in the PGA TOUR’s FedExCup standings.
Headlining the field: Patton Kizzire, Martin Piller, Dawie van der Walt, Peter Malnati, Smylie Kaufman, Wes Roach, Si Woo Kim, Kelly Kraft, Shane Bertsch and Abraham Ancer.

LPGA TOUR
Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic
Dates: Aug. 27-30
Venue: RTJ Golf Trail at Capitol Hill (Senator Course), Prattville, Ala.

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (Live)
Friday 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (Live) / 4:30-6 a.m. (Saturday replay)
Saturday 5-7 p.m. (Live) / 5-6 a.m. (Sunday replay)
Sunday 5-7 p.m. (Live)

Broadcast Notes:
Henderson to be featured in “Rookie Spotlight” during Friday’s coverage: 17-year-old Brooke Henderson – who was granted LPGA Tour membership last week after winning the Cambia Portland Classic – will be featured in “Rookie Spotlight” during Friday’s second round coverage.
Hur defends: Mi Jung Hur finished four shots ahead of Stacy Lewis for his second career LPGA Tour victory.
Headlining the field: Stacy Lewis, Brooke Henderson, Lexi Thompson, Brittany Lincicome, Anna Nordqvist, Brittany Lang, Angela Stanford, Charley Hull and Cheyenne Woods.

CHAMPIONS TOUR
Dick’s Sporting Goods Open
Dates: Aug. 28-30
Venue: En-Joie Golf Course, Endicott, N.Y.

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Friday 6-8 p.m. / 4-6 p.m. (Streaming on Golf Live Extra)
Saturday 3-5 p.m. (Live) / 3-5 a.m. (Sunday replay)
Sunday 2-5 p.m. (Live) / 3-5 a.m. (Monday replay)

Broadcast Notes:
Langer defends: Bernhard Langer finished one stroke ahead of Woody Austin and Mark O’Meara for his 23rd career Champions Tour win.
Headlining the field: Bernhard Langer, Jeff Maggert, Kenny Perry, Mark O’Meara, Jay Haas, Marco Dawson, Kevin Sutherland, Joe Durant, Woody Austin and Lee Janzen.

EUROPEAN TOUR
D+D Real Czech Masters
Dates: Aug. 27-30
Venue: Albatross Golf Resort, Prague, Czech Republic

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday 5-7 a.m. / 9-11:30 a.m. (Live)
Friday 5-7 a.m. / 9-11:30 a.m. (Live)
Saturday 7-11 a.m. (Live)
Sunday 6:30-11 a.m. (Live)

Broadcast Notes:
Headlining the field: Victor Dubuisson, Eddie Pepperell, Thorbjorn Olesen, Peter Uihlein, David Horsey, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Bradley Dredge, Gregory Bourdy and James Morrison.


Great or Disappointing? Comments on Tiger Woods’s 2013 Season

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, September 30th, 2013
Categories: PGA TourPro GolfTiger Woods
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Tiger Woods

Will Tiger Break Jack’s record? I might break your jaw if you ask that question one more time…

The results are in… Love it or hate it, Tiger Woods has won his 11th PGA Tour Player of the Year award, as voted on by his peers. While I may have preferred to see Adam Scott or Phil Mickelson win POY, based on the pure numbers I can’t say I disagree with the outcome.

The Numbers

Tiger won five times on tour in 2013: Farmers Insurance Open, WGC Cadillac, Arnold Palmer Invitational, THE PLAYERS (always write “The Players” in ALL CAPS, it’s what they do) Championship, WGC Bridgestone.  Two of the five events were World Golf Championships events. These events have stronger fields in terms of world rankings.

Five wins makes a great career for most tour players.  For perspective, these PGA Tour players have recorded five wins in their entire careers: Nick Watney, Justin Rose, Scott Verplank, Billy Mayfair, Hunter Mahan, Tom Lehman, Padraig Harrington, Bill Haas, Luke Donald, John Daly.

Tiger led the season long FedEx Cup points standings until the final round of the playoffs where he “ran out of gas.”

Woods led the world golf rankings by a large margin over #2 Adam Scott.

Woods also led the money race, finishing at $8,553,439. The closest competitor was Henrik Stenson at $6,388,230.

Tiger also won the Vardon Trophy for adjusted scoring average at 68.985.

Looking at these numbers it is an easy pick, as Scott and Mickelson both only had two wins.

No Majors

The funny thing about this season is that most Tiger Woods fans would call his season disappointing. I can’t say I disagree there, based on the standard which has been set.

I believe that major championships, just like in FedEx Cup points and world rankings, should have considerably more weight in calculating awards like Player of the Year. A major in my mind is worth several regular tour victories.  How many?  I’d say at least three.  That’s why I would have had no problem voting for Adam Scott or Phil Mickelson, if I had a vote to begin with.

Rules Infractions

2013 was quite a year for Tiger with regards to rules infractions. First was the bizarre situation at The Masters where Tiger’s approach on the par-5 15th doinked off the pin and into the water. He then made an improper drop and later signed an incorrect score card as he did not assess himself the penalty. Nobody would have known about the improper drop had Woods not commented that he dropped his ball farther away from the original position. But the Masters rules committed ruled in his favor before his round concluded and Woods was not disqualified. Tiger haters were throwing fits online, calling for him to be disqualified, while fans argued the opposing view.

Then there was the drop on the 14th hole at THE PLAYERS (always write “The Players” in ALL CAPS, it’s what they do) Championship. Woods pulled his tee shot left into a water hazard. The position which he dropped was harshly questioned on the air by Johnny Miller.

Finally there was the infamous ball moving problem on Friday of the final FedEx Cup event at East Lake. Tiger was in some trees and moving loose impediments from near his ball. His ball moved at which time he immediately stopped as if to say “uh, oh. I just caused the ball to move.” But he didn’t call a penalty on himself, nor did he call a rules official over. After video review, PGA Tour rules official Slugger White tacked on two more shots to the already double-bogey Woods scored on the hole. Despite seeing the video several times, Woods still refused to admit moving the ball.

Final Comments

Tiger is a very polarizing figure no doubt. Reading social networking threads and blog comments regarding Tiger can be quite entertaining as the fans and haters tend to go at each other’s throats digitally.

I was quite surprised to hear Tiger cite “running out of gas” as a reason for his poor performance down the stretch of the FedEx Cup playoffs. When I first heard that statement I thought, “what the #$&? He’s a world class athlete!”

But Woods is not getting any younger. Perhaps all the wear and tear on those knees and back are catching up to him?  Maybe. I suspect the bulk of the fatigue Woods was referring to was mental.  Anyone who plays golf would understand that.

How many majors Tiger wins from this point on, if any at all, remains to be seen. Any conjecture is just that, conjecture. Personally I’m very tired of the constant “will Tiger break Jack’s record?” dribble from the mainstream golf media. Its so old, and its getting older. Maybe that dribble will “run out of gas” too.

I hope so.


2013 FedEx Cup Final Money List

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, September 23rd, 2013
Categories: FedEx CupPGA TourPro GolfRory McIloryTiger Woods
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Rank Player Name Winnings
1 Henrik Stenson 10,000,000
2 Tiger Woods 3,000,000
3 Steve Stricker 2,000,000
4 Adam Scott 1,500,000
5 Zach Johnson 1,000,000
6 Matt Kuchar 800,000
7 Jordan Spieth 700,000
8 Graham DeLaet 600,000
9 Phil Mickelson 550,000
10 Justin Rose 500,000
11 Webb Simpson 300,000
12 Brandt Snedeker 290,000
13 Dustin Johnson 280,000
14 Jim Furyk 270,000
15 Nick Watney 250,000
16 Billy Horschel 245,000
17 Jason Day 240,000
18 Keegan Bradley 235,000
19 Jason Dufner 230,000
20 Hunter Mahan 225,000
21 Roberto Castro 220,000
22 Sergio Garcia 215,000
23 Gary Woodland 210,000
24 Bill Haas 205,000
25 Kevin Streelman 200,000
26 Brendon de Jonge 195,000
27 Charl Schwartzel 190,000
28 Luke Donald 185,000
29 Boo Weekley 180,000
30 D.A. Points 175,000
31 Harris English 165,000
32 Matt Jones 155,000
33 Kevin Stadler 150,000
34 Chris Kirk 145,000
35 Charles Howell III 142,000
36 Jimmy Walker 140,000
37 Bubba Watson 138,000
38 Rickie Fowler 137,000
39 John Merrick 136,000
40 Daniel Summerhays 135,000
41 Lee Westwood 134,000
42 John Huh 133,000
43 Chris Stroud 132,000
44 Russell Henley 131,000
45 Kevin Chappell 130,000
46 Rory Sabbatini 129,000
47 Brian Davis 128,000
48 David Lynn 127,000
49 Scott Piercy 126,000
50 Rory McIlroy 125,000
51 Ryan Moore 120,000
52 Jonas Blixt 115,000
53 Ian Poulter 114,000
54 Patrick Reed 113,000
55 Graeme McDowell 110,000
56 David Hearn 110,000
57 Brian Gay 110,000
58 Matt Every 110,000
59 Marc Leishman 110,000
60 Nicholas Thompson 110,000
61 Charley Hoffman 110,000
62 Jason Kokrak 110,000
63 Scott Stallings 110,000
64 Bryce Molder 110,000
65 Angel Cabrera 110,000
66 Michael Thompson 110,000
67 Ken Duke 110,000
68 Ernie Els 110,000
69 Sang-Moon Bae 110,000
70 Brendan Steele 110,000
71 Ryan Palmer 80,000
72 Freddie Jacobson 80,000
73 K.J. Choi 80,000
74 Martin Laird 80,000
75 David Lingmerth 80,000
76 Stewart Cink 80,000
77 Kyle Stanley 80,000
78 Josh Teater 80,000
79 Cameron Tringale 80,000
80 Tim Clark 80,000
81 John Rollins 75,000
82 Camilo Villegas 75,000
83 Bob Estes 75,000
84 Martin Kaymer 75,000
85 Jerry Kelly 75,000
86 Justin Leonard 75,000
87 Martin Flores 75,000
88 Scott Brown 75,000
89 Bo Van Pelt 75,000
90 Luke Guthrie 75,000
91 Robert Garrigus 75,000
92 Brian Stuard 75,000
93 Derek Ernst 75,000
94 Brian Harman 75,000
95 Stuart Appleby 75,000
96 Richard Lee 75,000
97 Greg Chalmers 75,000
98 Pat Perez 75,000
99 Erik Compton 75,000
100 William McGirt 75,000
101 Aaron Baddeley 70,000
102 George McNeill 70,000
103 James Driscoll 70,000
104 Geoff Ogilvy 70,000
105 Ted Potter, Jr. 70,000
106 J.J. Henry 70,000
107 Carl Pettersson 70,000
108 Jeff Overton 70,000
109 John Senden 70,000
110 James Hahn 70,000
111 Mark Wilson 70,000
112 Charlie Beljan 70,000
113 Jason Bohn 70,000
114 Lucas Glover 70,000
115 Jeff Maggert 70,000
116 Justin Hicks 70,000
117 Morgan Hoffmann 70,000
118 Chez Reavie 70,000
119 D.H. Lee 70,000
120 Andres Romero 70,000
121 Johnson Wagner 70,000
122 Scott Langley 70,000
123 Charlie Wi 70,000
124 Steven Bowditch 70,000
125 Ben Crane 70,000
126 Robert Streb 32,000
127 Peter Hanson 32,000
128 Nicolas Colsaerts 32,000
129 Brad Fritsch 32,000
130 Padraig Harrington 32,000
131 Bud Cauley 32,000
132 Ricky Barnes 32,000
133 Fabian Gomez 32,000
134 Greg Owen 32,000
135 Shawn Stefani 32,000
136 Chad Campbell 32,000
137 Woody Austin 32,000
138 David Toms 32,000
139 Jim Herman 32,000
140 Tommy Gainey 32,000
141 Ryo Ishikawa 32,000
142 Tag Ridings 32,000
143 Trevor Immelman 32,000
144 Dicky Pride 32,000
145 Brendon Todd 32,000
146 Vijay Singh 32,000
147 Doug LaBelle II 32,000
148 Ben Kohles 32,000
149 Brandt Jobe 32,000
150 Justin Bolli 32,000

Tour Championship Final Leader Board

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, September 22nd, 2013
Categories: FedEx CupPGA TourPro GolfTiger Woods
Tags:
POS PLAYER EARNINGS TO PAR R1 R2 R3 R4 TOTAL
1
Henrik Stenson 
$1,440,000.00
-13
64
66
69
68
267
T2
Jordan Spieth 
$708,000.00
-10
68
67
71
64
270
T2
Steve Stricker 
$708,000.00
-10
66
71
68
65
270
4
Webb Simpson 
$384,000.00
-9
68
71
69
63
271
5
Dustin Johnson 
$320,000.00
-8
68
68
67
69
272
6
Justin Rose 
$288,000.00
-7
68
68
70
67
273
T7
Billy Horschel 
$264,000.00
-6
66
70
70
68
274
T7
Zach Johnson 
$264,000.00
-6
69
68
69
68
274
T9
Roberto Castro 
$227,733.34
-5
67
71
72
65
275
T9
Jason Dufner 
$227,733.33
-5
74
70
66
65
275
T9
Sergio Garcia 
$227,733.33
-5
68
71
69
67
275
T12
Keegan Bradley 
$200,000.00
-4
72
65
72
67
276
T12
Phil Mickelson 
$200,000.00
-4
71
67
70
68
276
T14
Jim Furyk 
$173,600.00
-3
70
68
73
66
277
T14
Jason Day 
$173,600.00
-3
68
74
68
67
277
T14
Adam Scott 
$173,600.00
-3
65
69
74
69
277
T14
Nick Watney 
$173,600.00
-3
72
65
70
70
277
T18
Brendon de Jonge 
$158,400.00
-2
70
72
71
65
278
T18
Luke Donald 
$158,400.00
-2
70
70
67
71
278
T20
Brandt Snedeker 
$152,000.00
-1
69
75
67
68
279
T20
Hunter Mahan 
$152,000.00
-1
70
69
71
69
279
T22
Tiger Woods 
$145,600.00
E
73
71
69
67
280
T22
Gary Woodland 
$145,600.00
E
70
67
71
72
280
T24
Kevin Streelman 
$139,200.00
+2
69
72
74
67
282
T24
Bill Haas 
$139,200.00
+2
70
69
69
74
282
T26
Matt Kuchar 
$133,600.00
+3
69
74
69
71
283
T26
D.A. Points 
$133,600.00
+3
72
67
70
74
283
28
Graham DeLaet 
$131,200.00
+4
68
71
72
73
284
29
Charl Schwartzel 
$129,600.00
+10
68
79
77
66
290
30
Boo Weekley 
$128,000.00
+12
70
75
73
74
292

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