Hero World Challenge

  • December 1 - 4, 2016
  • Albany - New Providence
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,302
  • Purse $3,500,000
    Defending Champion Hideki Matsuyama

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Hideki MatsuyamaH. Matsuyama-18-7F656765--270$1,000,000.000-
27Henrik StensonH. Stenson-16-6F677166--272$400,000.000-
T33Rickie FowlerR. Fowler-13-4F687068--275$191,667.000-
T31Matt KucharM. Kuchar-13-1F676771--275$191,667.000-
T31Dustin JohnsonD. Johnson-13EF666672--275$191,667.000-
T6-Jordan SpiethJ. Spieth-11-2F686970--277$140,000.000-
T66Bubba WatsonB. Watson-11+3F726375--277$140,000.000-
T62Brandt SnedekerB. Snedeker-11-3F726469--277$140,000.000-
94Louis OosthuizenL. Oosthuizen-9+1F676773--279$125,000.000-
101Patrick ReedP. Reed-8-1F726971--280$120,000.000-
11-J.B. HolmesJ.B. Holmes-7-2F647370--281$115,000.000-
12-Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson-6-2F726970--282$110,000.000-
T136Jimmy WalkerJ. Walker-5-6F707466--283$108,500.000-
T132Brooks KoepkaB. Koepka-5EF726872--283$108,500.000-
151Tiger WoodsT. Woods-4-2F736570--284$107,000.000-
161Russell KnoxR. Knox-2-1F697271--286$106,000.000-
171Emiliano GrilloE. Grillo+1+3F707275--289$105,000.000-
--Justin RoseJ. RoseWD-WD74------74$100,000.000-

Now

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods made $107,000 today, his first on-course paycheck since he made $129,600 on August 23, 2015

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Hideki Matsuyama wins the 2016 Hero World Challenge by two strokes over Henrik Stenson. Matsuyama said his main goal for 2017 "is to win a major and number two is to win on the PGA Tour and keep grinding."

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

1. Hideki Matsuyama, eagles/birdies: 24 15. Tiger Woods, eagles/birdies: 24 Golf is really weird. (Related: Double-bogeys are really bad.)

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Hideki Matsuyama hangs on to win the Hero World Challenge, his fourth worldwide title in his last five starts. Dude is on a serious heater.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

With his 15th-place finish at the Hero World Challenge, Tiger Woods is projected to move inside the top 650 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Coming into the week, Woods was ranked 898th. Had he finished last in the field that started with 18 players, he would have moved up roughly 150 places instead of the approximately 250 spots he jumped.