Open de Andalucia

  • March 15 - 18, 2012
  • Aloha GC
  • Par 72
    Yards 6,881
  • 2012 Champion Julien Quesne

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTTEE TIME
1-Julien QuesneJ. Quesne-17-8F68726764271-
2-Matteo ManasseroM. Manassero-15-4F64736868273-
3-Eduardo De La RivaE. De La Riva-14-2F67696870274-
4-David LynnD. Lynn-13-3F70686869275-
T5-Raphael JacquelinR. Jacquelin-12-3F70686969276-
T5-Hennie OttoH. Otto-12-2F67716870276-
T7-Jaco Van ZylJ. Van Zyl-11-6F69717166277-
T7-Shane LowryS. Lowry-11-5F71726767277-
T7-Mark FosterM. Foster-11-3F69706969277-
T7-Miguel JimenezM. Jimenez-11-1F69686971277-
T11-Edoardo MolinariE. Molinari-10-3F73657169278-
T11-Borja Etchart gonzalezB. Etchart gonzalez-10-2F71716670278-
T11-Gregory BourdyG. Bourdy-10-2F70726670278-
T11-Phillip PriceP. Price-10-1F69726671278-
T11-Simon KhanS. Khan-10+1F70696673278-
16-Graeme StormG. Storm-9-1F70696971279-
T17-Alex HaindlA. Haindl-8-1F68717071280-
T17-Robert RockR. Rock-8EF69697072280-
T17-Marcel SiemM. Siem-8+1F69716773280-
T20-Soren HansenS. Hansen-7-3F73687169281-
T20-Marcus FraserM. Fraser-7-2F69707270281-
T20-Bradley DredgeB. Dredge-7EF74676872281-
T20-Pablo LarrazabalP. Larrazabal-7+1F68697173281-
T20-Damien McGraneD. McGrane-7+1F69687173281-
T20-Darren FichardtD. Fichardt-7+2F69716774281-
T26-Anthony WallA. Wall-6-4F67777068282-
T26-Andrew DodtA. Dodt-6-4F70747068282-
T26-Oliver WilsonO. Wilson-6-2F71677470282-
T26-Ignacio GarridoI. Garrido-6EF69717072282-
T26-Tommy FleetwoodT. Fleetwood-6+1F68697273282-
T26-Andrea PavanA. Pavan-6+1F70697073282-
T26-Jean Baptiste GonnetJ. Baptiste Gonnet-6+1F69726873282-
T33-Andy SullivanA. Sullivan-5-4F74677468283-
T33-Simon ThorntonS. Thornton-5-3F72707269283-
T33-Fredrik Andersson HedF. Andersson Hed-5-3F70737169283-
T33-Richie RamsayR. Ramsay-5-3F72717169283-
T33-Michael HoeyM. Hoey-5-1F69697471283-
T33-Niclas FasthN. Fasth-5-1F67737271283-
T33-Matthew BaldwinM. Baldwin-5-1F72716971283-
T33-Gregory HavretG. Havret-5EF71697172283-
T33-Gareth MaybinG. Maybin-5+2F72686974283-
T42-David HorseyD. Horsey-4-1F70727171284-
T42-Keith HorneK. Horne-4EF73706972284-
T42-Joakim LagergrenJ. Lagergren-4+1F68707373284-
T42-Joost LuitenJ. Luiten-4+1F72716873284-
T42-Oliver FisherO. Fisher-4+4F71696876284-
T47-Jeev Milkha SinghJ. Milkha Singh-3+1F72697173285-
T47-Alastair ForsythA. Forsyth-3+1F71707173285-
T47-Lloyd KennedyL. Kennedy-3+2F67737174285-
T47-Alejandro CanizaresA. Canizares-3+2F70736874285-
T47-Rafael Cabrera BelloR. Cabrera Bello-3+3F71706975285-
T52-Javier ColomoJ. Colomo-2-2F70737370286-
T52-Ricardo SantosR. Santos-2-1F71727271286-
T52-Stephen GallacherS. Gallacher-2-1F75697171286-
T52-George MurrayG. Murray-2-1F72727171286-
T52-Gary OrrG. Orr-2EF71737072286-
T52-Santiago LunaS. Luna-2EF70747072286-
T52-Mike WeirM. Weir-2+1F68737273286-
T52-Victor DubuissonV. Dubuisson-2+1F72726973286-
T60-David DrysdaleD. DrysdaleE+1F71717373288-
T60-Pedro OriolP. OriolE+1F70727373288-
T60-Tano GoyaT. GoyaE+6F72696978288-
63-Wil BesselingW. Besseling+1+3F73717075289-
T64-David DixonD. Dixon+2-3F73707869290-
T64-Gary BoydG. Boyd+2+1F70737473290-
T64-Michael JonzonM. Jonzon+2EF73717472290-
T64-Marc WarrenM. Warren+2+4F74707076290-
T68-Adrien BernadetA. Bernadet+3+6F73707078291-
T68-Lorenzo GagliL. Gagli+3+8F73696980291-
70-Andrew JohnstonA. Johnston+8+4F71737676296-
--Jamie MoulJ. MoulCUT-CUT7669----145-
--Christian NilssonC. NilssonCUT-CUT7273----145-
--Edouard DuboisE. DuboisCUT-CUT7471----145-
--Brett RumfordB. RumfordCUT-CUT7174----145-
--Jbe' KrugerJ. KrugerCUT-CUT7570----145-
--Jordi Garcia PintoJ. Garcia PintoCUT-CUT7075----145-
--Ignacio Elvira mijaresI. Elvira mijaresCUT-CUT7075----145-
--Federico ColomboF. ColomboCUT-CUT7471----145-
--Robert-Jan DerksenR. DerksenCUT-CUT6976----145-
--Johan EdforsJ. EdforsCUT-CUT7669----145-
--Thorbjorn OlesenT. OlesenCUT-CUT7372----145-
--Richard SterneR. SterneCUT-CUT7372----145-
--Peter LawrieP. LawrieCUT-CUT7868----146-
--Augustin DomingoA. DomingoCUT-CUT7175----146-
--Jose Manuel LaraJ. Manuel LaraCUT-CUT7175----146-
--SSP ChawrasiaS. ChawrasiaCUT-CUT7175----146-
--Julien GuerrierJ. GuerrierCUT-CUT7571----146-
--Daniel DenisonD. DenisonCUT-CUT7472----146-
--Manuel QuirosM. QuirosCUT-CUT7373----146-
--Matthew NixonM. NixonCUT-CUT7472----146-
--Kenneth FerrieK. FerrieCUT-CUT7175----146-
--Mikael LundbergM. LundbergCUT-CUT7373----146-
--Robert ColesR. ColesCUT-CUT7373----146-
--Richard BlandR. BlandCUT-CUT7373----146-
--Fabrizio ZanottiF. ZanottiCUT-CUT7373----146-
--Mikko IlonenM. IlonenCUT-CUT7472----146-
--Reinier SaxtonR. SaxtonCUT-CUT7274----146-
--Benjamin HebertB. HebertCUT-CUT7275----147-
--Warren AberyW. AberyCUT-CUT7374----147-
--Richard McEvoyR. McEvoyCUT-CUT7671----147-
--Danny WillettD. WillettCUT-CUT7572----147-
--Knut BorsheimK. BorsheimCUT-CUT7275----147-
--Adrian OtaeguiA. OtaeguiCUT-CUT7374----147-
--Taco RemkesT. RemkesCUT-CUT7473----147-
--Sam LittleS. LittleCUT-CUT7374----147-
--Christian CevaerC. CevaerCUT-CUT7572----147-
--Felipe AguilarF. AguilarCUT-CUT7473----147-
--Michael CampbellM. CampbellCUT-CUT7572----147-
--Alfredo Garcia-HerediaA. Garcia-HerediaCUT-CUT7770----147-
--Matthew ZionsM. ZionsCUT-CUT7573----148-
--Chris WoodC. WoodCUT-CUT7573----148-
--James MorrisonJ. MorrisonCUT-CUT7375----148-
--Thomas LevetT. LevetCUT-CUT7573----148-
--Scott PinckneyS. PinckneyCUT-CUT7375----148-
--Rafael EcheniqueR. EcheniqueCUT-CUT7574----149-
--Steve WebsterS. WebsterCUT-CUT7475----149-
--Colin MontgomerieC. MontgomerieCUT-CUT7376----149-
--Thomas NorretT. NorretCUT-CUT7673----149-
--Oscar FlorenO. FlorenCUT-CUT7475----149-
--Carl SunesonC. SunesonCUT-CUT7376----149-
--James KingstonJ. KingstonCUT-CUT7475----149-
--Sam HutsbyS. HutsbyCUT-CUT7772----149-
--Carlos Del MoralC. Del MoralCUT-CUT7476----150-
--Jorge CampilloJ. CampilloCUT-CUT7377----150-
--Lee SlatteryL. SlatteryCUT-CUT7476----150-
--Bernd RitthammerB. RitthammerCUT-CUT7476----150-
--Joel SjoholmJ. SjoholmCUT-CUT7674----150-
--Peter HedblomP. HedblomCUT-CUT7278----150-
--Ricardo GonzalezR. GonzalezCUT-CUT7476----150-
--Rhys DaviesR. DaviesCUT-CUT7872----150-
--Craig LeeC. LeeCUT-CUT7675----151-
--Bernd WiesbergerB. WiesbergerCUT-CUT7279----151-
--Rich BeemR. BeemCUT-CUT7477----151-
--Alvaro VelascoA. VelascoCUT-CUT7873----151-
--Markus BrierM. BrierCUT-CUT7577----152-
--Matthew SouthgateM. SouthgateCUT-CUT7775----152-
--Emiliano GrilloE. GrilloCUT-CUT7478----152-
--Pablo MartinP. MartinCUT-CUT7577----152-
--Carlos RodilesC. RodilesCUT-CUT7478----152-
--Peter GustafssonP. GustafssonCUT-CUT7775----152-
--Peter WhitefordP. WhitefordCUT-CUT7776----153-
--Romain WattelR. WattelCUT-CUT7281----153-
--Antonio HortalA. HortalCUT-CUT7678----154-
--Steven O'HaraS. O'HaraCUT-CUT7480----154-

Now

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.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods concedes this week has been a draining one.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

I asked Tiger about changing his expectations.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Bob Harig asked Tiger Woods for his assessment of his week.

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Tiger Woods' caddie Joe LaCava: "My goal was to get him through five rounds on his feet. He feels great now, which is a huge positive."

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods won't be happy with his final round at the Hero World Challenge (76) but he can't be upset when looking at the big picture in his return to competitive golf after 15 months. There was far more good than bad, with surprising power and length with all of his clubs. Woods made 24 birdies for the week out of 72 holes, but played the par-5s in just 4 under par. He also made 6 double bogeys for the week including 3 Sunday. There are plenty of positives, and yet plenty of room for improvement, too.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

That's a final-round 76 for Tiger Woods. Felt like the tank reached empty by Sunday afternoon. All in all, good first step in his return.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Back to back birdies for Tiger Woods now means thru six holes on his final nine, Woods has ONE par. Tiger is 2 over for the day with five birdies, three bogeys, and two double bogeys. I did tell you about the rollercoaster ride right?!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger makes a birdie at the 14th. There is just no way to get off this rollercoaster for four more holes.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

It took four holes but Tiger Woods finally makes a par (13th hole) he's -4 for the tournament in solo 15th leading Russell Knox and Emiliano Grillo.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Hideki Matsuyama now leads by eight strokes with nine holes left to play. I'm starting to think he might be able to win this thing.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Bogey-Double-Bogey for Tiger Woods on the back nine. For some, this is the Tiger they expected to see all week.