Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com

  • March 8 - 11, 2012
    TGC
  • Coco Beach Golf & CC - Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,506
  • Purse $3,500,000
    Defending Champion George McNeill

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-George McNeillG. McNeill-16-3F66706769272$630,000.000-
2-Ryo IshikawaR. Ishikawa-14-4F70676968274$378,000.000-
T3-Boo WeekleyB. Weekley-13-6F70687166275$203,000.000-
T3-Henrik StensonH. Stenson-13-1F70696571275$203,000.000-
T5-Scott BrownS. Brown-12-2F69726570276$133,000.000-
T5-Matt JonesM. Jones-12-1F66677271276$133,000.000-
T7-Kevin StadlerK. Stadler-11+1F69696673277$112,875.000-
T7-Daniel SummerhaysD. Summerhays-11-1F68706871277$112,875.000-
T9-Blake AdamsB. Adams-10-4F74686868278$94,500.000-
T9-Brandt JobeB. Jobe-10-6F76696766278$94,500.000-
T9-Graham DeLaetG. DeLaet-10-1F69706871278$94,500.000-
T12-Roland ThatcherR. Thatcher-9-1F69716871279$77,000.000-
T12-Todd HamiltonT. Hamilton-9-3F68697369279$77,000.000-
T14-Jeff OvertonJ. Overton-8-2F68736970280$57,750.000-
T14-Ben CurtisB. Curtis-8EF67736872280$57,750.000-
T14-J.J. KilleenJ.J. Killeen-8EF70696972280$57,750.000-
T14-Brendon ToddB. Todd-8-1F70736671280$57,750.000-
T14-Roberto CastroR. Castro-8EF69697072280$57,750.000-
T14-William McGirtW. McGirt-8EF71696872280$57,750.000-
T20-Andres RomeroA. Romero-7+1F71677073281$40,775.000-
T20-Dicky PrideD. Pride-7-1F71726771281$40,775.000-
T20-Jamie LovemarkJ. Lovemark-7-1F70726871281$40,775.000-
T20-Will ClaxtonW. Claxton-7-2F69727070281$40,775.000-
24-Angel CabreraA. Cabrera-6-3F69756969282$33,600.000-
T25-David MathisD. Mathis-5-5F70757167283$26,150.000-
T25-Edward LoarE. Loar-5-4F75707068283$26,150.000-
T25-Kevin KisnerK. Kisner-5+2F68707174283$26,150.000-
T25-Rod PamplingR. Pampling-5-3F71746969283$26,150.000-
T25-Jerry KellyJ. Kelly-5EF71707072283$26,150.000-
T25-Seung-yul NohS. Noh-5-3F71746969283$26,150.000-
T25-Miguel Angel CarballoM. Angel Carballo-5-4F71727268283$26,150.000-
T32-James DriscollJ. Driscoll-4-1F70737071284$17,780.000-
T32-Kent JonesK. Jones-4+1F71726873284$17,780.000-
T32-Troy MattesonT. Matteson-4-3F71727269284$17,780.000-
T32-Richard JohnsonR. Johnson-4-1F71697371284$17,780.000-
T32-Lee JanzenL. Janzen-4-2F69717470284$17,780.000-
T32-Shaun MicheelS. Micheel-4+1F69727073284$17,780.000-
T32-Joe DurantJ. Durant-4-3F71737169284$17,780.000-
T32-Will MacKenzieW. MacKenzie-4EF74716772284$17,780.000-
T32-Patrick SheehanP. Sheehan-4+1F74716673284$17,780.000-
T32-Derek TolanD. Tolan-4-3F73727069284$17,780.000-
T42-Michael BradleyM. Bradley-3-2F72717270285$11,900.000-
T42-Garrett WillisG. Willis-3+1F72726873285$11,900.000-
T42-Erik ComptonE. Compton-3EF71717172285$11,900.000-
T42-Emiliano GrilloE. Grillo-3-5F72737367285$11,900.000-
T42-Nathan GreenN. Green-3-1F71717271285$11,900.000-
T42-Vaughn TaylorV. Taylor-3+3F70707075285$11,900.000-
T48-Gavin ColesG. Coles-2+2F69717274286$8,484.000-
T48-Matt BettencourtM. Bettencourt-2-5F72727567286$8,484.000-
T48-Duffy WaldorfD. Waldorf-2-2F73697470286$8,484.000-
T48-Matt EveryM. Every-2EF71737072286$8,484.000-
T48-Kyle ReifersK. Reifers-2EF75706972286$8,484.000-
T48-Brendon de JongeB. de Jonge-2+6F69706978286$8,484.000-
T48-Briny BairdB. Baird-2EF71746972286$8,484.000-
T48-Ted Potter Jr.T. Potter Jr.-2-1F72717271286$8,484.000-
T48-Charlie BeljanC. Beljan-2+2F71736874286$8,484.000-
T48-Danny LeeD. Lee-2+3F70707175286$8,484.000-
T58-Heath SlocumH. Slocum-1-1F75707171287$7,700.000-
T58-Mark AndersonM. Anderson-1-4F70757468287$7,700.000-
T58-J.J. HenryJ.J. Henry-1-4F73727468287$7,700.000-
T58-Robert GamezR. Gamez-1-3F73727369287$7,700.000-
T58-Marc TurnesaM. Turnesa-1EF73717172287$7,700.000-
T63-Bill LundeB. LundeE+2F73717074288$7,385.000-
T63-Brian DavisB. DavisE+5F69707277288$7,385.000-
T63-Rocco MediateR. MediateE-2F74687670288$7,385.000-
T63-Billy HorschelB. HorschelE+2F72736974288$7,385.000-
67-Peter LonardP. Lonard+1+4F72707176289$7,210.000-
T68-Marco DawsonM. Dawson+2+1F72737273290$7,105.000-
T68-J.B. HolmesJ.B. Holmes+2EF73727372290$7,105.000-
70-Ken DukeK. Duke+3+3F73707375291$7,000.000-
T71-Jeff CurlJ. Curl+5-1F72737771293$6,895.000-
T71-Stephen GangluffS. Gangluff+5+5F74677577293$6,895.000-
73-Tommy BiershenkT. Biershenk+6+5F77687277294$6,790.000-
--Kris BlanksK. BlanksCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--Tim PetrovicT. PetrovicCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Paul StankowskiP. StankowskiCUT-CUT7472----146$00-
--Woody AustinW. AustinCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Richard H. LeeR. H. LeeCUT-CUT7175----146$00-
--Maximiliano GodoyM. GodoyCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Sung-hoon KangS. KangCUT-CUT7175----146$00-
--David DuvalD. DuvalCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Chris DiMarcoC. DiMarcoCUT-CUT7868----146$00-
--Arjun AtwalA. AtwalCUT-CUT7472----146$00-
--Nicholas ThompsonN. ThompsonCUT-CUT7076----146$00-
--Gary ChristianG. ChristianCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Jhonattan VegasJ. VegasCUT-CUT7175----146$00-
--Kirk TriplettK. TriplettCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Kyle ThompsonK. ThompsonCUT-CUT7670----146$00-
--Edward FigueroaE. FigueroaCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Martin FloresM. FloresCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Stephen AmesS. AmesCUT-CUT7473----147$00-
--Brett WetterichB. WetterichCUT-CUT7671----147$00-
--Kevin StreelmanK. StreelmanCUT-CUT7374----147$00-
--Mathew GogginM. GogginCUT-CUT6978----147$00-
--Daniel ChopraD. ChopraCUT-CUT7374----147$00-
--Wilfredo MoralesW. MoralesCUT-CUT7770----147$00-
--Hunter HaasH. HaasCUT-CUT7078----148$00-
--Derek LamelyD. LamelyCUT-CUT7375----148$00-
--Jonas BlixtJ. BlixtCUT-CUT7672----148$00-
--Chris SmithC. SmithCUT-CUT7474----148$00-
--Scott DunlapS. DunlapCUT-CUT7672----148$00-
--Chris RileyC. RileyCUT-CUT7375----148$00-
--Nelson Lautaro LedesmaN. Lautaro LedesmaCUT-CUT7672----148$00-
--Craig BarlowC. BarlowCUT-CUT7574----149$00-
--Will DodsonW. DodsonCUT-CUT7871----149$00-
--Alexandre RochaA. RochaCUT-CUT7574----149$00-
--Alvaro ArizabaletaA. ArizabaletaCUT-CUT7574----149$00-
--Russell KnoxR. KnoxCUT-CUT7574----149$00-
--Steve WheatcroftS. WheatcroftCUT-CUT7772----149$00-
--Troy KellyT. KellyCUT-CUT7376----149$00-
--Peter UihleinP. UihleinCUT-CUT7476----150$00-
--Bobby GatesB. GatesCUT-CUT7674----150$00-
--Rich BeemR. BeemCUT-CUT7674----150$00-
--Frank Lickliter IIF. Lickliter IICUT-CUT7476----150$00-
--Andy MatthewsA. MatthewsCUT-CUT7575----150$00-
--Jason BohnJ. BohnCUT-CUT7774----151$00-
--Jason GoreJ. GoreCUT-CUT7675----151$00-
--Matt McQuillanM. McQuillanCUT-CUT7973----152$00-
--Fran QuinnF. QuinnCUT-CUT7478----152$00-
--Steven BowditchS. BowditchCUT-CUT7874----152$00-
--Billy Hurley IIIB. Hurley IIICUT-CUT7874----152$00-
--Steve FleschS. FleschCUT-CUT7579----154$00-
--Rafael CamposR. CamposCUT-CUT7579----154$00-
--Chris KaufmanC. KaufmanCUT-CUT7679----155$00-
--Zack MillerZ. MillerCUT-CUT8075----155$00-
--Max AlverioM. AlverioCUT-CUT7977----156$00-
--Scott McCarronS. McCarronCUT-CUT7878----156$00-
--Joaquin EstevezJ. EstevezCUT-CUT7878----156$00-
--Miguel SuarezM. SuarezCUT-CUT8077----157$00-
--David HutsellD. HutsellCUT-CUT7781----158$00-
--Robert CalvesbertR. CalvesbertCUT-CUT8479----163$00-
--Juan CampusanoJ. CampusanoCUT-CUT8283----165$00-

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