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PGA golf results: The Players Championship

The Players Championship

PGA TOUR

At TPC Sawgrass; Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

Purse: $10 million; Yardage: 7,215; Par: 72

Final

M. Kaymer (600), $1,800,000 63-69-72-71—275
Jim Furyk (330), $1,080,000 70-68-72-66—276
Sergio Garcia (210), $680,000 67-71-69-70—277
Justin Rose (135), $440,000 67-71-71-69—278
Jordan Spieth (135), $440,000 67-66-71-74—278
David Hearn (95), $313,000 70-71-68-70—279
Rory McIlroy (95), $313,000 70-74-69-66—279
Francesco Molinari, $313,000 72-70-67-70—279
Jimmy Walker (95), $313,000 75-68-71-65—279
Lee Westwood (95), $313,000 67-71-71-70—279
Brian Davis (75), $240,000 72-67-73-68—280
Gary Woodland (75), $240,000 67-71-70-72—280
K.J. Choi (63), $187,500 74-70-72-65—281
Chris Kirk (63), $187,500 71-73-70-67—281
George McNeill (63), $187,500 71-68-69-73—281
Steve Stricker (63), $187,500 71-70-71-69—281
Russell Henley (53), $135,333 65-71-80-66—282
Justin Hicks (53), $135,333 73-70-71-68—282
M. Hoffmann (53), $135,333 71-70-70-71—282
Matt Jones (53), $135,333 70-69-69-74—282
Matt Kuchar (53), $135,333 71-71-69-71—282
Brian Stuard (53), $135,333 67-76-69-70—282
Marc Leishman (47), $96,000 70-72-74-67—283
H. Matsuyama (47), $96,000 70-71-72-70—283
D. Summerhays (47), $96,000 74-68-69-72—283
Kevin Chappell (42), $69,500 72-68-75-69—284
Bill Haas (42), $69,500 68-71-72-73—284
Billy Horschel (42), $69,500 72-70-75-67—284
Zach Johnson (42), $69,500 69-71-72-72—284
Ryan Moore (42), $69,500 70-74-67-73—284
John Senden (42), $69,500 70-69-68-77—284
Brendan Steele (42), $69,500 69-73-75-67—284
Bo Van Pelt (42), $69,500 71-70-70-73—284
Erik Compton (36), $52,750 72-70-74-69—285
Russell Knox (36), $52,750 72-72-73-68—285
Scott Langley (36), $52,750 71-72-72-70—285
Henrik Stenson (36), $52,750 71-70-70-74—285
Angel Cabrera (29), $38,000 70-74-71-71—286
Stewart Cink (29), $38,000 70-70-70-76—286
Jamie Donaldson, $38,000 74-67-74-71—286
Luke Donald (29), $38,000 73-69-75-69—286
G. Fdez-Castano (29), $38,000 67-77-72-70—286
Charley Hoffman (29), $38,000 77-67-71-71—286
Justin Leonard (29), $38,000 68-73-70-75—286
Kevin Na (29), $38,000 70-69-76-71—286
Rory Sabbatini (29), $38,000 71-73-69-73—286
Adam Scott (29), $38,000 77-67-69-73—286
Charlie Beljan (18), $24,073 73-69-73-72—287
Jason Dufner (18), $24,073 69-74-72-72—287
Martin Flores (18), $24,073 70-71-74-72—287
Retief Goosen (18), $24,073 72-70-75-70—287
J.J. Henry (18), $24,073 74-70-72-71—287
Jeff Maggert (18), $24,073 72-71-74-70—287
Pat Perez (18), $24,073 68-73-75-71—287
Charl Schwartzel (18), $24,073 72-67-77-71—287
Steven Bowditch (18), $24,073 72-72-71-72—287
Brandt Snedeker (18), $24,073 75-69-67-76—287
Bubba Watson (18), $24,073 69-72-70-76—287
Dustin Johnson (11), $22,000 68-74-72-74—288
Ryan Palmer (11), $22,000 71-73-71-73—288
John Peterson (11), $22,000 73-69-72-74—288
Scott Brown (9), $21,500 68-71-77-73—289
Graeme McDowell (9), $21,500 69-71-77-72—289
Freddie Jacobson (7), $21,200 70-70-75-75—290
Richard H. Lee (5), $20,800 71-71-76-73—291
Ian Poulter (5), $20,800 74-69-72-76—291
Scott Stallings (5), $20,800 67-77-71-76—291
Sang-Moon Bae (3), $20,400 66-73-79-74—292
Geoff Ogilvy (2), $20,200 69-70-76-78—293
Brendon de Jonge (1), $20,000 69-74-75-76—294
Kyle Stanley (1), $19,800 73-69-76-77—295

Made cut did not finish

Ernie Els (1), $19,400 68-76-75—219
John Huh (1), $19,400 69-72-78—219
Seung-Yul Noh (1), $19,400 76-68-75—219
Jonas Blixt (1), $18,900 71-72-77—220
John Merrick (1), $18,900 72-71-77—220
Stuart Appleby (1), $18,400 71-73-77—221
Rickie Fowler (1), $18,400 71-72-78—221
John Rollins (1), $18,400 73-71-77—221
Joost Luiten, $17,900 68-72-82—222
Chris Stroud (1), $17,900 76-67-79—222
Jeff Overton (1), $17,600 70-72-83—225


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