Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship

  • January 24 - 29, 2012
  • Abu Dhabi CC
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,600
  • 2012 Champion Robert Rock

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTTEE TIME
1-Robert RockR. Rock-13-2F69706670275-
2-Rory McIlroyR. McIlroy-12-3F67726869276-
T3-Graeme McDowellG. McDowell-11-4F72696868277-
T3-Thomas BjornT. Bjorn-11-4F73716568277-
T3-Tiger WoodsT. Woods-11EF70696672277-
T6-Matteo ManasseroM. Manassero-10-3F73657169278-
T6-George CoetzeeG. Coetzee-10-2F71726570278-
T8-Keith HorneK. Horne-9-3F71716869279-
T8-Thorbjorn OlesenT. Olesen-9-1F70677171279-
T8-Francesco MolinariF. Molinari-9EF74676672279-
T8-Paul LawrieP. Lawrie-9EF70696872279-
T12-Sergio GarciaS. Garcia-8-3F71697169280-
T12-Jean Baptiste GonnetJ. Baptiste Gonnet-8EF68716972280-
T14-Anders HansenA. Hansen-7-4F71707268281-
T14-Romain WattelR. Wattel-7-3F74696969281-
T14-Gareth MaybinG. Maybin-7-1F68707271281-
T17-Charl SchwartzelC. Schwartzel-6-2F70707270282-
T17-Simon DysonS. Dyson-6-2F72726870282-
T17-Lee WestwoodL. Westwood-6-2F72726870282-
T17-David LynnD. Lynn-6-1F74706771282-
T17-Mark FosterM. Foster-6-1F75676971282-
T17-Gonzalo Fdez-CastanoG. Fdez-Castano-6-1F72746571282-
T17-James KingstonJ. Kingston-6+2F72696774282-
T24-Nicolas ColsaertsN. Colsaerts-5-4F69757168283-
T24-Jaco Van ZylJ. Van Zyl-5-2F75706870283-
T24-Alejandro CanizaresA. Canizares-5-1F71717071283-
T24-Robert KarlssonR. Karlsson-5EF67727272283-
T24-Jeev Milkha SinghJ. Milkha Singh-5-1F75706771283-
T24-Liang Wen-ChongL. Wen-Chong-5EF70717072283-
T30-Richard S JohnsonR. S Johnson-4-1F71727071284-
T30-Johan EdforsJ. Edfors-4+1F70717073284-
T30-Graeme StormG. Storm-4+1F74696873284-
T30-Richard FinchR. Finch-4+2F68717174284-
T30-Jamie DonaldsonJ. Donaldson-4+3F74686775284-
T35-Marcel SiemM. Siem-3-3F72747069285-
T35-Anthony WallA. Wall-3-3F70757169285-
T35-Stephen GallacherS. Gallacher-3-1F72727071285-
T35-David DrysdaleD. Drysdale-3EF70727172285-
T35-Padraig HarringtonP. Harrington-3+1F71697273285-
T35-Lorenzo GagliL. Gagli-3+1F72736773285-
T35-Peter HansonP. Hanson-3+6F74696478285-
T42-Markus BrierM. Brier-2-3F72717469286-
T42-Joost LuitenJ. Luiten-2-1F71717371286-
T42-Jose Manuel LaraJ. Manuel Lara-2EF70707472286-
T42-Peter WhitefordP. Whiteford-2EF73736872286-
T42-Ross FisherR. Fisher-2+1F73726873286-
T42-Miguel Angel JimenezM. Angel Jimenez-2+3F72697075286-
T48-Richie RamsayR. Ramsay-1-2F69717770287-
T48-Luke DonaldL. Donald-1-1F71727371287-
T48-Rafael Cabrera BelloR. Cabrera Bello-1-2F76707170287-
T48-Michael HoeyM. Hoey-1EF70766972287-
T48-Thomas AikenT. Aiken-1+1F72707273287-
T48-K J ChoiK. J Choi-1+1F71756873287-
T48-Gary BoydG. Boyd-1+1F73736873287-
T48-Ben CurtisB. Curtis-1+2F72717074287-
T56-SSP ChawrasiaS. ChawrasiaE-4F74727468288-
T56-Bradley DredgeB. DredgeEEF73717272288-
T56-Rhys DaviesR. DaviesEEF75717072288-
T56-Soren HansenS. HansenE+2F72736974288-
T56-Andrea PavanA. PavanE+2F73726974288-
T61-Alexander NorenA. Noren+1-2F73727470289-
T61-Joel SjoholmJ. Sjoholm+1+1F73717273289-
T63-Richard GreenR. Green+2EF75717272290-
T63-Oliver FisherO. Fisher+2+1F71717573290-
T63-Ricardo GonzalezR. Gonzalez+2+2F72737174290-
T63-Marcus FraserM. Fraser+2+3F71717375290-
T63-Raphael JacquelinR. Jacquelin+2+4F71746976290-
T63-David HorseyD. Horsey+2+4F75706976290-
69-Jose Maria OlazabalJ. Maria Olazabal+7-1F72747871295-
--Alex CejkaA. CejkaCUT-CUT7275----147-
--Niclas FasthN. FasthCUT-CUT7374----147-
--Tommy FleetwoodT. FleetwoodCUT-CUT7374----147-
--Simon KhanS. KhanCUT-CUT7374----147-
--Andrew DodtA. DodtCUT-CUT7671----147-
--Colin MontgomerieC. MontgomerieCUT-CUT7176----147-
--Tom LewisT. LewisCUT-CUT7572----147-
--Tano GoyaT. GoyaCUT-CUT7473----147-
--Jbe' KrugerJ. KrugerCUT-CUT7077----147-
--Richard McEvoyR. McEvoyCUT-CUT7473----147-
--Mikko IlonenM. IlonenCUT-CUT7374----147-
--Jamie ElsonJ. ElsonCUT-CUT7176----147-
--Victor DubuissonV. DubuissonCUT-CUT7473----147-
--David HowellD. HowellCUT-CUT7275----147-
--Thongchai JaideeT. JaideeCUT-CUT7869----147-
--Fredrik Andersson HedF. Andersson HedCUT-CUT7275----147-
--Robert ColesR. ColesCUT-CUT7473----147-
--Michiel BothmaM. BothmaCUT-CUT7671----147-
--Jason DayJ. DayCUT-CUT7474----148-
--Robert-Jan DerksenR. DerksenCUT-CUT7474----148-
--Branden GraceB. GraceCUT-CUT7573----148-
--James MorrisonJ. MorrisonCUT-CUT7573----148-
--Chris WoodC. WoodCUT-CUT7375----148-
--Michael CampbellM. CampbellCUT-CUT7970----149-
--Martin WiegeleM. WiegeleCUT-CUT7772----149-
--Damien McGraneD. McGraneCUT-CUT7376----149-
--Edoardo MolinariE. MolinariCUT-CUT7475----149-
--Scott JamiesonS. JamiesonCUT-CUT7376----149-
--Hennie OttoH. OttoCUT-CUT7574----149-
--Christian NilssonC. NilssonCUT-CUT7475----149-
--Todd HamiltonT. HamiltonCUT-CUT7673----149-
--Brett RumfordB. RumfordCUT-CUT7277----149-
--Danny WillettD. WillettCUT-CUT7574----149-
--Matthew ZionsM. ZionsCUT-CUT7476----150-
--Alvaro QuirosA. QuirosCUT-CUT7872----150-
--Pablo LarrazabalP. LarrazabalCUT-CUT7575----150-
--Shane LowryS. LowryCUT-CUT7377----150-
--Peter LawrieP. LawrieCUT-CUT7872----150-
--Peter HedblomP. HedblomCUT-CUT7575----150-
--Gregory HavretG. HavretCUT-CUT7872----150-
--Michael JonzonM. JonzonCUT-CUT7575----150-
--Oscar FlorenO. FlorenCUT-CUT7575----150-
--Martin KaymerM. KaymerCUT-CUT7773----150-
--Gregory BourdyG. BourdyCUT-CUT7674----150-
--Kenneth FerrieK. FerrieCUT-CUT7575----150-
--George MurrayG. MurrayCUT-CUT7675----151-
--Bernd WiesbergerB. WiesbergerCUT-CUT7774----151-
--Fabrizio ZanottiF. ZanottiCUT-CUT7675----151-
--Christian CevaerC. CevaerCUT-CUT7676----152-
--Phillip PriceP. PriceCUT-CUT7775----152-
--Darren ClarkeD. ClarkeCUT-CUT7281----153-
--Carlos Del MoralC. Del MoralCUT-CUT7479----153-
--Henrik StensonH. StensonCUT-CUT8073----153-
--Soren KjeldsenS. KjeldsenCUT-CUT7876----154-
--Marc WarrenM. WarrenCUT-CUT7580----155-
--Lee SlatteryL. SlatteryCUT-CUT7681----157-
--Pablo MartinP. MartinCUT-CUT8275----157-
--Sam LittleS. LittleCUT-CUT8180----161-
--Ahmed Al MusharrekhA. Al MusharrekhCUT-CUT8280----162-
--Stuart FeeS. FeeCUT-CUT8786----173-

Now

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Dustin Johnson on the math behind the world ranking: "I don't really understand it. But I can read the 1-2-3. That's all that matters."

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Dustin Johnson on winning vs. reaching No. 1: "Winning the golf tournament is most important. I wasn't thinking about my world ranking."

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Dustin Johnson on reaching No. 1 in the world: "Obviously, it's a great honor and it's just going to push me to continue to work harder."

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Some players have backed their way into the No. 1 world ranking. Others have done it sitting on their couch due to the mathematics of the system. Not Dustin Johnson. With eight of the top-10 players in the world coming into this week teeing it up at the Genesis Open, DJ stood head and shoulders above the rest, winning by 5 shots on Sunday. How did the other top-10 players do at Riviera Country Club this week? 1. Jason Day (T-64 ) 3. Dustin Johnson (1st) 5. Hideki Matsuyama (Missed Cut) 6. Jordan Spieth (T-22) 7. Adam Scott (T-11) 8. Justin Thomas (T-39) 9. Sergio Garcia (T-49) 10. Patrick Reed (T-59)

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

In the past nine months, Dustin Johnson has finished eighth or better in 14 of his 18 tournament starts. That's unbelievable consistency.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

That little boy's grandpa is Wayne Gretzky, his dad is Dustin Johnson and he's got light-up sneakers. Kid is living the good life already.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

It's finally official: Dustin Johnson is Genesis Open champion and becomes the 20th top-ranked player in the 31-year history of the ranking.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

The most underrated aspect of Dustin Johnson's game? Consistency. This win gives him titles in 10 consecutive PGA Tour seasons.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

It's official: With his victory at the Genesis Open, Dustin Johnson becomes the world's No. 1-ranked golfer for the first time, supplanting Jason Day. His win gives him titles in 10 consecutive PGA Tour seasons -- the longest current active streak.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

After 47 consecutive weeks atop the Official World Golf Ranking, Jason Day is going to lose his No. 1 spot once Dustin Johnson finished off his victory at the Genesis Open. As to whether he'd offer any advice to Johnson in dealing with the pressures of that position, Day simply said, "Whatever he's doing, he just need to keep doing it."

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Dustin Johnson just posted back-to-back bogeys, then made par on a par-5. I remember when he used to be really good.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Dustin Johnson leads by a touchdown with three to play. Only guy who can overcome that deficit is Tom Brady.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Jason Day on the advice he'd give Dustin Johnson for being No. 1: "Whatever he's doing, he just needs to keep doing it."

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Bogey for Dustin Johnson, who now only leads by eight with nine holes to play. You can cut the tension with a feather.