Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com

  • March 7 - 10, 2013
  • Coco Beach Golf & CC - Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,506
  • Purse $3,500,000
    Defending Champion Scott Brown

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Scott BrownS. Brown-20-2F68636770268$630,000.000-
T2-Jordan SpiethJ. Spieth-19-5F69666767269$308,000.000-
T2-Fabian GomezF. Gomez-19-1F69646571269$308,000.000-
T4-Justin BolliJ. Bolli-18-6F67696866270$154,000.000-
T4-Brian StuardB. Stuard-18-4F67696668270$154,000.000-
T6-Andres RomeroA. Romero-17-6F65657566271$121,625.000-
T6-Peter UihleinP. Uihlein-17-5F67657267271$121,625.000-
T8-David HearnD. Hearn-16-6F68677166272$101,500.000-
T8-D.J. TrahanD.J. Trahan-16-6F72656966272$101,500.000-
T8-Boo WeekleyB. Weekley-16-4F71676668272$101,500.000-
T11-Dicky PrideD. Pride-15-6F68677266273$80,500.000-
T11-Brendon de JongeB. de Jonge-15-3F70696569273$80,500.000-
T11-Robert StrebR. Streb-15-5F71657067273$80,500.000-
T14-Vaughn TaylorV. Taylor-14-4F69686968274$61,250.000-
T14-Cameron PercyC. Percy-14-4F65707168274$61,250.000-
T14-Morgan HoffmannM. Hoffmann-14-1F67686871274$61,250.000-
T14-Matt JonesM. Jones-14-2F71696470274$61,250.000-
T18-Brian HarmanB. Harman-13-6F70687166275$44,100.000-
T18-Camilo VillegasC. Villegas-13-3F71696669275$44,100.000-
T18-Nick O'HernN. O'Hern-13-3F69696869275$44,100.000-
T18-Luke GuthrieL. Guthrie-13-3F70676969275$44,100.000-
T18-Graham DeLaetG. DeLaet-13-2F70686770275$44,100.000-
T18-Chris StroudC. Stroud-13-4F68697068275$44,100.000-
T24-Roberto CastroR. Castro-12-3F69706869276$28,350.000-
T24-Steve LeBrunS. LeBrun-12+2F67657074276$28,350.000-
T24-Blayne BarberB. Barber-12+2F66706674276$28,350.000-
T24-Matt BettencourtM. Bettencourt-12-3F68677269276$28,350.000-
T24-Erik ComptonE. Compton-12-5F69726867276$28,350.000-
T24-Jon CurranJ. Curran-12-1F66697071276$28,350.000-
T30-Robert KarlssonR. Karlsson-11-3F68736769277$19,911.110-
T30-Rory SabbatiniR. Sabbatini-11-3F70687069277$19,911.110-
T30-Angel CabreraA. Cabrera-11-2F67687270277$19,911.110-
T30-Bryce MolderB. Molder-11-3F68716969277$19,911.110-
T30-Y.E. YangY.E. Yang-11-5F70707067277$19,911.110-
T30-Patrick CantlayP. Cantlay-11-1F70676971277$19,911.110-
T30-Patrick ReedP. Reed-11-6F73687066277$19,911.120-
T30-Aaron WatkinsA. Watkins-11-3F70677169277$19,911.110-
T30-Brendon ToddB. Todd-11-5F68736967277$19,911.110-
T39-James DriscollJ. Driscoll-10-3F68707169278$12,294.550-
T39-Will ClaxtonW. Claxton-10-6F70717166278$12,294.550-
T39-Brad FritschB. Fritsch-10-2F67707170278$12,294.540-
T39-Ben KohlesB. Kohles-10-5F69727067278$12,294.550-
T39-Shawn StefaniS. Stefani-10-3F73657169278$12,294.550-
T39-Jim HermanJ. Herman-10-2F69706970278$12,294.540-
T39-Duffy WaldorfD. Waldorf-10-1F69687071278$12,294.540-
T39-Josh TeaterJ. Teater-10-2F68697170278$12,294.550-
T39-Ryo IshikawaR. Ishikawa-10+2F70686674278$12,294.540-
T39-Henrik StensonH. Stenson-10-4F68697368278$12,294.550-
T39-Russell KnoxR. Knox-10-1F70696871278$12,294.540-
T50-Heath SlocumH. Slocum-9EF68687172279$8,320.000-
T50-Michael BradleyM. Bradley-9EF69706872279$8,320.000-
T50-Luke ListL. List-9EF68716872279$8,320.000-
T50-Tim PetrovicT. Petrovic-9-2F71706870279$8,320.000-
T50-Justin LeonardJ. Leonard-9-3F72687069279$8,320.000-
T50-John DalyJ. Daly-9-3F70707069279$8,320.000-
T50-Eric MeierdierksE. Meierdierks-9-1F70687071279$8,320.000-
T57-Sebastian VazquezS. Vazquez-8+1F69696973280$7,700.000-
T57-Rod PamplingR. Pampling-8-2F72687070280$7,700.000-
T57-George McNeillG. McNeill-8+4F71646976280$7,700.000-
T57-K.J. ChoiK.J. Choi-8-2F72677170280$7,700.000-
T57-Jeff GoveJ. Gove-8-1F73657171280$7,700.000-
T57-D.H. LeeD.H. Lee-8-4F73667368280$7,700.000-
T57-Henrik NorlanderH. Norlander-8-3F71707069280$7,700.000-
T64-Martin FloresM. Flores-7+1F72647273281$7,385.000-
T64-Alexandre RochaA. Rocha-7-3F72687269281$7,385.000-
66-Lee WilliamsL. Williams-6-1F69717171282$7,280.000-
T67-Colt KnostC. Knost-5-1F68717371283$7,140.000-
T67-Sang-Moon BaeS. Bae-5+4F70716676283$7,140.000-
T67-Troy KellyT. Kelly-5+1F69707173283$7,140.000-
T70-Troy MattesonT. Matteson-4-2F70717370284$6,965.000-
T70-Doug LaBelle IID. LaBelle II-4-3F72687569284$6,965.000-
T72-Nicholas ThompsonN. Thompson-3EF71707272285$6,825.000-
T72-Kevin StadlerK. Stadler-3+2F71697174285$6,825.000-
74-John MallingerJ. Mallinger-2+2F71697274286$6,720.000-
75-Jorge GarciaJ. Garcia-1+2F70707374287$00-
76-Rafael CamposR. CamposE+2F67747374288$6,650.000-
77-Paul CaseyP. Casey+3+4F70717476291$6,580.000-
--Ryuji ImadaR. ImadaCUT-CUT7171----142$00-
--Jin ParkJ. ParkCUT-CUT7171----142$00-
--Joe DurantJ. DurantCUT-CUT7072----142$00-
--John RollinsJ. RollinsCUT-CUT7171----142$00-
--Chez ReavieC. ReavieCUT-CUT7171----142$00-
--Tag RidingsT. RidingsCUT-CUT7072----142$00-
--Bill LundeB. LundeCUT-CUT6775----142$00-
--Justin HicksJ. HicksCUT-CUT7666----142$00-
--Scott LangleyS. LangleyCUT-CUT6973----142$00-
--Darron StilesD. StilesCUT-CUT7271----143$00-
--Robert AllenbyR. AllenbyCUT-CUT7271----143$00-
--Brandt JobeB. JobeCUT-CUT7370----143$00-
--Nathan GreenN. GreenCUT-CUT7370----143$00-
--Andres GonzalesA. GonzalesCUT-CUT7667----143$00-
--Kevin StreelmanK. StreelmanCUT-CUT7271----143$00-
--James HahnJ. HahnCUT-CUT7370----143$00-
--Donald ConstableD. ConstableCUT-CUT7370----143$00-
--Alistair PresnellA. PresnellCUT-CUT7271----143$00-
--Gary ChristianG. ChristianCUT-CUT7568----143$00-
--Stephan JaegerS. JaegerCUT-CUT7073----143$00-
--Derek ErnstD. ErnstCUT-CUT7272----144$00-
--Cameron BeckmanC. BeckmanCUT-CUT7173----144$00-
--David DuvalD. DuvalCUT-CUT7074----144$00-
--Casey WittenbergC. WittenbergCUT-CUT7074----144$00-
--Matt EveryM. EveryCUT-CUT7272----144$00-
--D.A. PointsD.A. PointsCUT-CUT7371----144$00-
--Stephen AmesS. AmesCUT-CUT7371----144$00-
--Bobby GatesB. GatesCUT-CUT7173----144$00-
--Garrett OsbornG. OsbornCUT-CUT7272----144$00-
--Jeff MaggertJ. MaggertCUT-CUT7471----145$00-
--David MathisD. MathisCUT-CUT7669----145$00-
--Michael LetzigM. LetzigCUT-CUT7273----145$00-
--Andrew SvobodaA. SvobodaCUT-CUT7471----145$00-
--Chad CampbellC. CampbellCUT-CUT7372----145$00-
--Steven BowditchS. BowditchCUT-CUT7768----145$00-
--Scott GardinerS. GardinerCUT-CUT7273----145$00-
--Brian DavisB. DavisCUT-CUT7372----145$00-
--Kevin ChappellK. ChappellCUT-CUT7472----146$00-
--Arjun AtwalA. AtwalCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Jeff CurlJ. CurlCUT-CUT7571----146$00-
--Jerry KellyJ. KellyCUT-CUT7671----147$00-
--Billy MayfairB. MayfairCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--Paul D. HaleyP. D. HaleyCUT-CUT7275----147$00-
--Max AlverioM. AlverioCUT-CUT7671----147$00-
--Lee JanzenL. JanzenCUT-CUT7474----148$00-
--Edward FigueroaE. FigueroaCUT-CUT7673----149$00-
--Chad KurmelC. KurmelCUT-CUT7773----150$00-
--Shane LowryS. LowryCUT-CUT7773----150$00-
--Miguel SuarezM. SuarezCUT-CUT7481----155$00-
--Angel Cabrera JrA. Cabrera JrCUT-CUT7877----155$00-
--John StoltzJ. StoltzCUT-CUT8179----160$00-
--Kevin NaK. NaWD-WD73------73$00-
--Jeff OvertonJ. OvertonWD-WD75------75$00-
--Eric AxleyE. AxleyWD-WD76------76$00-
--Si Woo KimS. Woo KimWD-WD79------79$00-
--Chris DiMarcoC. DiMarcoCut-Cut----------$00-

Now

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's the video of country music star Colt Ford saying he could average 1.1 points a game in the NBA this year!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Country star Colt Ford said he could average 1.1 points a game in the NBA today. Hall of Fame candidate Ray Allen has a hard truth for the short fat hoop dreamer.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Former A.L. MVP Josh Donaldson talks about the difference between nerves and adrenaline in golf and baseball. Advice on equipment when watching him golf?

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

It took six extra holes, but Patton Kizzire outlasted James Hahn in the Sony Open sudden death playoff. This isn't just Kizzire's second career win, it's his second this season, making him the first player of the 2017-18 PGA Tour campaign with multiple titles.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Toronto Blue Jays Josh Donaldson explains how he found out about his new deal, and how it affected his game... his golf game!

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

At 8:07 a.m. local time, people in Hawaii received an emergency alert to their phones regarding an inbound ballistic missile threat. Those people included competitors at this week's Sony Open in Honolulu, which led to a brief period of panic less than three hours before the third round was scheduled to begin. The alert, however, was soon found to be a false alarm, leaving it business as usual at the tournament and its surrounding area.

SportsCenter: McIlroy reveals heart irregularity

Rory McIlroy has played down concerns over his health after revealing he has a minor heartbeat irregularity.

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Chris Kirk finished T-4 at the RSM Classic in his last start of 2017, his first top-10 in over a year. Picking up where he left off, he's early clubhouse leader at the Sony Open after a 7-under 63.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Mr. October Reggie Jackson playing golf with Brooke Henderson talking smack having fun during the pro-am at the Diamond Resorts Invitational.

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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Alabama alum and Sony Open defending champion Justin Thomas called to wish Nick Saban congrats on the Crimson Tide's national championship. And he was surprised when the coach answered. "I was actually shocked to get to talk to him,'' Thomas said. "I just told him unbelievable. He's a legend.''

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Get mad when you get to the course? Country music star Colt Ford explain yourself!

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

In case you didn't get enough of the Alabama-Georgia rivalry on Monday night, there's going to be an encore presentation of sorts at Waialae CC later this week. Diehard 'Bama fan Justin Thomas and UGA product Kevin Kisner, who had a friendly wager on the national championship game against each other, will be paired for the first two rounds of the Sony Open. If the game showed us anything, watch out for Thomas, who will have a backup (interim caddie Jim "Bones" Mackay) on the bag.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Longevity too often gets overlooked for professional golfers, which is why it was great to see J.J. Henry and Charles Howell III get recognized by the PGA Tour for their 500th career starts at the Sony Open this week. It takes a long time of being really good for a pro to reach that kind of mark.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Dustin Johnson has increased his lead as No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking. The numerical gap between DJ and Jordan Spieth at No. 2 is now roughly the same as the gap between Spieth and Rickie Fowler at No. 7.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Dustin Johnson didn't just win the Sentry Tournament of Champions, he obliterated the field. Claiming a victory for his 11th consecutive season, Johnson triumphed by eight strokes over the next-closest competitor. After the final round, though, he was his usual understated self. "I feel like I could still improve a lot," he said with no hint of irony, "but everything is going in the right direction."

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

There's only been one hole-in-one on a par-4 in PGA Tour history, but Dustin Johnson nearly added another in the final round. Playing the 433-yard 12th hole with a big lead, Johnson's ball took the slope, reached the green and continued rolling until it stopped just a few inches shy of the cup. On the first Sunday of 2018, he might have already locked up honors for the best drive of the year.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Dustin Johnson holds the Sentry Tournament of Champions lead entering the final round. A victory on Sunday would give him a PGA Tour title in 11 straight seasons, a mark trailing only Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Billy Casper, Lee Trevino and Tiger Woods. Pretty decent company.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

With regular caddie Jimmy Johnson sidelined by a foot injury, Justin Thomas needed a looper to help with his title defense at next week's Sony Open. Now he's got one of the best in the business. As first reported by Golf Channel, Jim "Bones" Mackay, Phil Mickelson's ex-caddie who was working for the network's broadcast team, will take over on Thomas' bag at the tournament.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Among the game's elite players, few improved on their world ranking number last year as much as Marc Leishman and Brian Harman. The former started 2017 ranked 56th and ended 12th, while the latter started at 141st and ended 27th. And now, each is looking to keep moving up, as they're tied for the 36-hole lead at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods is the ultimate creature of habit. And so it only makes sense that he announced Thursday that his schedule begins on a few courses he knows so well, Torrey Pines and Riviera, for the Farmers Insurance Open and Genesis Open, respectively.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's some real, actual news you probably didn't expect to be reading: The National League of Junior Cotillions has named Rickie Fowler (No. 1) and Matt Kuchar (No. 9) among its "Ten Best-Mannered People" for 2017, citing their conduct both on and off the golf course, in victory and defeat.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

The new year always brings announcements of professional golfers changing equipment teams and this year is no different, with the biggest name being reigning Masters champion Sergio Garcia, who has signed with Callaway in a move that was widely reported beforehand.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods penned a blog post to his personal website Friday afternoon. Among the juicier nuggets; He wants to play a full schedule in 2018, but isn't sure what that entails or whether he'll be able to do that; he'll be at the Genesis Open in February, where he serves as host, "one way or another"; and he reports that he's now hitting the ball more than a full-club longer than pre-spinal fusion surgery.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

PGA Tour New Year's Resolutions from Matt Barrie and Michael Collins... aka Elf Caddie and The Reindeer!

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Kiradech Aphibarnrat made a final-hole eagle at the Indonesian Masters on Sunday, which was exactly enough to land a coveted spot in the top-50 at year's end, clinching a Masters berth. Instead of taking the invitation and heading home, though, he was scheduled to compete this week in the last world ranking-eligible event of the year -- and would've needed a strong result to retain his top-50 status. Perhaps weighing those options, Aphibarnrat was a late withdrawal, which means his Masters invitation is safe for next year.