Turkish Airlines Open

  • November 7 - 10, 2013
  • The Montgomerie Maxx Royal
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,100
  • 2013 Champion Victor Dubuisson

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTTEE TIME
1-Victor DubuissonV. Dubuisson-24-3F67656369264-
2-Jamie DonaldsonJ. Donaldson-22-9F68676863266-
T3-Justin RoseJ. Rose-20-7F70666765268-
T3-Tiger WoodsT. Woods-20-5F70636867268-
T5-Raphael JacquelinR. Jacquelin-19-4F67726268269-
T5-Ian PoulterI. Poulter-19-3F66666869269-
T7-Bernd WiesbergerB. Wiesberger-18-8F68726664270-
T7-Marc WarrenM. Warren-18-7F69706665270-
T7-Henrik StensonH. Stenson-18-3F64686969270-
T10-Ross FisherR. Fisher-17-7F68687065271-
T10-Justin WaltersJ. Walters-17-3F66667069271-
T12-Paul CaseyP. Casey-16-6F66736766272-
T12-George CoetzeeG. Coetzee-16-5F66716867272-
T12-Julien QuesneJ. Quesne-16-4F67696868272-
T15-Darren FichardtD. Fichardt-15-7F64737165273-
T15-Thomas AikenT. Aiken-15-3F71676669273-
T15-Chris WoodC. Wood-15-3F69706569273-
T18-Thomas BjornT. Bjorn-14-5F64727167274-
T18-Joost LuitenJ. Luiten-14-5F72706567274-
T18-Richie RamsayR. Ramsay-14-8F70697164274-
T18-Maximilian KiefferM. Kieffer-14-5F66736867274-
T18-Robert-Jan DerksenR. Derksen-14-3F67696969274-
T18-Garth MulroyG. Mulroy-14-3F70696669274-
T18-Alejandro CanizaresA. Canizares-14+1F67686673274-
T25-Paul WaringP. Waring-13-4F68687168275-
T25-Francesco MolinariF. Molinari-13-5F69687167275-
T25-Stephen GallacherS. Gallacher-13-4F68716868275-
T25-Martin KaymerM. Kaymer-13-2F69686870275-
T29-Thorbjorn OlesenT. Olesen-12-5F66727167276-
T29-Lee WestwoodL. Westwood-12-5F70667367276-
T29-Jonas BlixtJ. Blixt-12-4F68746668276-
T29-Marcus FraserM. Fraser-12-5F67717167276-
T29-Thongchai JaideeT. Jaidee-12-3F69687069276-
T29-Charl SchwartzelC. Schwartzel-12-2F68706870276-
T29-Branden GraceB. Grace-12-1F69696771276-
T36-Tommy FleetwoodT. Fleetwood-11-4F69716968277-
T36-Rafael Cabrera BelloR. Cabrera Bello-11-4F67736968277-
T36-Craig LeeC. Lee-11-1F69686971277-
T36-Richard SterneR. Sterne-11EF69657172277-
T36-David LynnD. Lynn-11+1F68686873277-
T41-Felipe AguilarF. Aguilar-10-1F69687071278-
T41-Marcel SiemM. Siem-10-6F69717266278-
T41-Joachim B HansenJ. B Hansen-10-6F72716966278-
T44-David HowellD. Howell-9-2F70726770279-
T44-Liang Wen-ChongL. Wen-Chong-9EF71667072279-
T44-Paul LawrieP. Lawrie-9-3F74706669279-
T44-Gregory BourdyG. Bourdy-9EF69726672279-
T44-Matteo ManasseroM. Manassero-9-3F70707069279-
T44-Shane LowryS. Lowry-9-5F72756567279-
T50-Eddie PepperellE. Pepperell-8EF69746572280-
T50-Padraig HarringtonP. Harrington-8-1F68707171280-
T50-Nicolas ColsaertsN. Colsaerts-8-5F73687267280-
53-Pablo LarrazabalP. Larrazabal-7-1F68707271281-
T54-Gregory HavretG. Havret-6+1F72696873282-
T54-Kiradech AphibarnratK. Aphibarnrat-6-1F66737271282-
T54-Ricardo GonzalezR. Gonzalez-6-2F66757170282-
T57-Peter UihleinP. Uihlein-4+2F67727174284-
T57-John ParryJ. Parry-4-5F78677267284-
T59-Eduardo De La RivaE. De La Riva-3EF70737072285-
T59-Steve WebsterS. Webster-3-2F65757570285-
T61-David HorseyD. Horsey-2+1F69717373286-
T61-Ricardo SantosR. Santos-2EF68757172286-
T63-David DrysdaleD. Drysdale-1+1F70737173287-
T63-Morten Orum MadsenM. Orum Madsen-1-1F73717271287-
T63-Colin MontgomerieC. Montgomerie-1-3F72727469287-
T63-Danny WillettD. Willett-1-5F75717467287-
T67-Louis OosthuizenL. OosthuizenE+1F72746973288-
T67-Graeme StormG. StormE-5F70797267288-
69-Scott JamiesonS. Jamieson+1-4F74697868289-
T70-Damien McGraneD. McGrane+2+3F70737275290-
T70-Miguel JimenezM. Jimenez+2+1F73717373290-
72-Brett RumfordB. Rumford+3-2F72717870291-
73-Simon KhanS. Khan+6+4F73737276294-
74-Soren KjeldsenS. Kjeldsen+8+2F69777674296-
75-Ediz KemalogluE. Kemaloglu+9+1F76747473297-
76-Hamza SayinH. Sayin+12-2F75797670300-
77-Ali AltuntasA. Altuntas+23+3F80777975311-
--Alexander NorenA. NorenWD-WD7370----143-

Now

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Rickie Fowler revealed that he received text messages of encouragement last night from, among others, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Tiger Woods, the last of whom told him: "Go get it done tomorrow."

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Fowler also got texts from Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas, among others. Phone was blowing up last night.

Jim Witalka ESPN Producer 

Jhonatton Vegas hit a hole in one and bought the media beer. Rickie Fowler won the tournament and bought everyone champagne. Advantage Fowler

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

It's official: Rickie Fowler has closed out his 54-hole lead, winning the Honda Classic by a 4-stroke margin with a final-round 71. At 28, Fowler now has seven career professional victories, including four on the PGA Tour.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Ow says the wallet! Gary Woodland's bogey-bogey finish Sunday at the Honda Classic cost him $128,000. Woodland ended in a tie with Morgan Hoffmann at -8. A solo second place finish would have been worth $691,200. Instead, both players receive $563,200. Still not a bad week's pay.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

It's official: Rickie Fowler wins the Honda Classic -- his seventh career professional victory and fourth on the PGA Tour.

Ian O'Connor @Ian_OConnor

I became a Rickie Fowler fan the day he honored Payne Stewart at Pinehurst by dressing like him. Young gun with an old soul.

Luke Donald @LukeDonald

The art of a great player is getting it done despite not having your best. Great patience, resilience and putting by Rickie today

Luke Donald @LukeDonald

Rickie playing the last with a 5 shot lead and Johnnie Miller saying he's not sure what this will do for him as he didn't play that great 😂

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

How tough were scoring conditions Sunday at the Honda Classic? Jhonattan Vegas teed off at 9:45am tied for 50th; he's now tied 4th place after a round-of-the-day 64 (-6).

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Rickie Fowler had never won from 54-hole lead. Entered today with a 4-stroke lead and now up 5 with two holes to play. Proving he can close.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

And just like that... Gary Woodland three putts the 17th hole for bogey while Rickie Fowler hits a spectacular second shot in to the 16th hole inside 4 feet. Five shot lead with two holes to play.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

For the first three rounds of the Honda Classic, Jimmy Walker was -5 playing "The Bear Trap" (holes 15-17). Sunday he played those three holes in +5.