AT&T Championship

  • October 25 - 27, 2013
  • TPC San Antonio - AT&T Oaks - San Antonio, TX
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,406
  • Purse $1,900,000
    2013 Champion Kenny Perry

Final

1 Hole Playoff Results
PLAYERHole 18
Kenny Perry3
Bernhard Langer5
POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3TOTEARNINGSTEE TIME
1-Kenny PerryK. Perry-13-5F657167203$285,000.00-
2-Bernhard LangerB. Langer-13-5F676967203$167,200.00-
T3-Fred FunkF. Funk-11-5F696967205$113,367.00-
T3-Kirk TriplettK. Triplett-11-4F706768205$113,367.00-
T3-Colin MontgomerieC. Montgomerie-11-3F686869205$113,367.00-
T6-Anders ForsbrandA. Forsbrand-9-1F676971207$68,400.00-
T6-Russ CochranR. Cochran-9-3F687069207$68,400.00-
T6-John RieggerJ. Riegger-9-5F707067207$68,400.00-
T9-Tom Pernice JrT. Pernice Jr-8-3F667369208$49,400.00-
T9-Tom KiteT. Kite-8-4F736768208$49,400.00-
T9-Mark O'MearaM. O'Meara-8-2F706870208$49,400.00-
T12-Jeff HartJ. Hart-7-5F727067209$38,633.00-
T12-Michael AllenM. Allen-7-3F736769209$38,633.00-
T12-John CookJ. Cook-7-5F697367209$38,633.00-
T15-Scott DunlapS. Dunlap-6+1F696873210$32,300.00-
T15-Peter SeniorP. Senior-6-4F727068210$32,300.00-
T15-Rod SpittleR. Spittle-6-1F697071210$32,300.00-
T18-Bobby ClampettB. Clampett-5+1F706873211$25,840.00-
T18-Joe DaleyJ. Daley-5-3F707269211$25,840.00-
T18-Mike GoodesM. Goodes-5+3F736375211$25,840.00-
T18-Dick MastD. Mast-5-1F697171211$25,840.00-
T22-Steve PateS. Pate-4-2F697370212$18,691.00-
T22-Mark BrooksM. Brooks-4-1F736871212$18,691.00-
T22-Bob GilderB. Gilder-4-1F707171212$18,691.00-
T22-Rocco MediateR. Mediate-4EF726872212$18,691.00-
T22-Bart BryantB. Bryant-4-4F737168212$18,691.00-
T22-David FrostD. Frost-4-6F776966212$18,691.00-
T22-Steve LoweryS. Lowery-4-6F697766212$18,691.00-
T22-Brian HenningerB. Henninger-4-2F717170212$18,691.00-
T30-Jim ThorpeJ. Thorpe-3+1F707073213$12,331.00-
T30-John InmanJ. Inman-3-3F737169213$12,331.00-
T30-Olin BrowneO. Browne-3+1F726873213$12,331.00-
T30-Gary HallbergG. Hallberg-3EF697272213$12,331.00-
T30-Mark McNultyM. McNulty-3-2F737070213$12,331.00-
T30-Larry MizeL. Mize-3-3F707469213$12,331.00-
T30-Corey PavinC. Pavin-3+2F697074213$12,331.00-
T30-Willie WoodW. Wood-3+1F736773213$12,331.00-
T30-Fred CouplesF. Couples-3-4F757068213$12,331.00-
T30-Bill GlassonB. Glasson-3-5F776967213$12,331.00-
T40-Duffy WaldorfD. Waldorf-2EF707272214$8,930.00-
T40-Jay HaasJ. Haas-2+1F707173214$8,930.00-
T40-Tommy Armour IIIT. Armour III-2-2F737170214$8,930.00-
T40-Scott SimpsonS. Simpson-2EF697372214$8,930.00-
T40-Gene JonesG. Jones-2-1F717271214$8,930.00-
T45-Bruce VaughanB. Vaughan-1+1F727073215$7,600.00-
T45-Mark CalcavecchiaM. Calcavecchia-1-2F766970215$7,600.00-
T47-Jim Gallagher Jr.J. Gallagher Jr.E+1F727173216$5,573.00-
T47-Joey SindelarJ. SindelarE+2F697374216$5,573.00-
T47-Peter JacobsenP. JacobsenE-1F747171216$5,573.00-
T47-Dan ForsmanD. ForsmanE-3F777069216$5,573.00-
T47-Jeff SlumanJ. SlumanE-5F757467216$5,573.00-
T47-Loren RobertsL. RobertsE+2F707274216$5,573.00-
T47-Kohki IdokiK. IdokiE-2F737370216$5,573.00-
T47-Scott HochS. HochE-3F717669216$5,573.00-
T47-Joel EdwardsJ. EdwardsE-2F727470216$5,573.00-
T56-Tom ByrumT. Byrum+1+2F737074217$3,610.00-
T56-Bob TwayB. Tway+1-2F687970217$3,610.00-
T56-Gene SauersG. Sauers+1+3F736975217$3,610.00-
T56-Jay Don BlakeJ. Don Blake+1-1F717571217$3,610.00-
T56-Nick PriceN. Price+1-4F757468217$3,610.00-
T56-Tom PurtzerT. Purtzer+1-3F757369217$3,610.00-
T56-Jim RutledgeJ. Rutledge+1-2F727570217$3,610.00-
T63-Esteban ToledoE. Toledo+2+3F697475218$2,755.00-
T63-Gil MorganG. Morgan+2-4F787268218$2,755.00-
T65-Chien Soon LuC. Soon Lu+3+1F697773219$2,280.00-
T65-Brad FaxonB. Faxon+3+4F756876219$2,280.00-
T65-Steve ElkingtonS. Elkington+3+2F747174219$2,280.00-
68-Ronnie BlackR. Black+4-3F797269220$1,900.00-
T69-Craig StadlerC. Stadler+5-1F767471221$1,729.00-
T69-Roger ChapmanR. Chapman+5EF777272221$1,729.00-
T71-Blaine McCallisterB. McCallister+6+1F757473222$1,353.00-
T71-David EgerD. Eger+6+2F757374222$1,353.00-
T71-Larry NelsonL. Nelson+6-5F837267222$1,353.00-
T71-Andrew MageeA. Magee+6+3F777075222$1,353.00-
T71-Bob NigerB. Niger+6-3F807369222$1,353.00-
T76-Hale IrwinH. Irwin+8+3F737675224$1,064.00-
T76-Brad BryantB. Bryant+8-1F787571224$1,064.00-
78-Ben CrenshawB. Crenshaw+9+2F777474225$950.00-
79-Bobby WadkinsB. Wadkins+10EF767872226$874.00-
80-Jose CoceresJ. Coceres+11+8F737480227$817.00-
81-Rick FehrR. Fehr+14+2F797774230$779.00-

Now

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

"He's got big shoes to fill, 22 years is a long old time. Hopefully his changes will be good ones and hopefully he strengthens the team in the right areas." Ian Poulter here at Wentworth on Arsenal appointing Unai Emery as their new manager.

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

'I don't need to do anything agricultural, or invasive...' Paul Casey talks about his injured back but is optimistic it'll behave itself here at Wentworth for the BMW PGA Championship.

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

Rory McIlroy walks down the first tee at the BMW PGA Championship PRO-AM, flanked by former Manchester United players Michael Carrick, Paul Scholes and Teddy Sheringham.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

Why is the U.S. Open ditching the 18-hole playoff for a two-hole playoff? Simple, says Mike Davis: "We came to the conclusion that people wanted to the U.S. Open to finish on Sunday."

Nick Pietruszkiewicz ESPN.com 

USGA CEO Mike Davis admits that mistakes were made the last time the U.S. Open was held at Shinnecock Hills: "We are happy to have a mulligan. Las time was a bogey, maybe a double bogey."

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Hey Red Sox fans... bring back any memories?! Tim Wakefield and Josh Beckett looking at the Green Monster... at Fluor Field in Greenville, SC.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

11 year old Tip Price won his age division at the Drive, Chip, and Putt finals at The Masters earlier this year. The BMW Charity Pro-Am on the Web.com Tour gave him and exemption to play as an amateur this week in their event!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Note to tournaments that Tiger's never played in or hasn't played for a long time; Don't get your hopes up.

0:32

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

So Tiger, 8 tournaments in to your comeback, how do you feel about where your game is right now?!

0:27

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

With his tie for 11th at the Players, Tiger Woods went from: 92nd in the world to 80; 53rd in FedEx Cup points to 48th; 34th in Ryder Cup points to 31st. And he increased his PGA Tour official career earnings to $111,489,339.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

That quadruple bogey on the final hole cost Jordan Spieth $103,242.86 That's the difference between a tie for 17th where he was and the tie for 41st where he finished.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

I said it before and I'll say it again, I BELIEVE Tiger Woods WILL WIN AGAIN... just not in his 8th start coming off spinal surgery.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

For those asking if Tiger is ready to win now, that shot on the 17th answers your question. He's close, but not quite ready.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger makes bogey at the 14th just like he did on Saturday. Now Woods is -5 on the day, -13 total and 6 shot back.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

12 players Thursday shot -5 or better (-6 had the lead). Right now, 12 players are -5 or better for their final round with Brooks Koepka tying the course record of 63(-9) being the best.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Webb Simpson started his round with a 7 shot lead and could play conservative to make the field come get him. They're coming!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

How'd you get so lucky to be the sign bearer in THIS group?! "I don't know!?" She smiled and shrugged.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Aside from winning, one of Tiger Woods' biggest goals this season is to qualify for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, which will be played for the final time in August at Firestone Country Club -- where Woods has won 8 times. To make the field, Woods needs be top 50 in the world by July 23 or July 30. At 92nd in the world, Woods would make a big jump toward that goal if he were to manage to a top 5 finish today at the Players.

Eric Lundsten ESPN Producer 

Brooks Koepka just became the 8th golfer to ever card a 63 at TPC Sawgrass and he very well may not be the last one of the day.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

"I freakin' love you guys!"- The golf world to Charl Schwartzel and his caddie. Their birdie on the 18th hole means Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth are paired together Sunday afternoon. "I did it just for you." Charl jokes to me after the hug.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Webb Simpson has the largest 54-hole lead in Players Championship history, exceeding the 5-stroke advantage that Alex Cejka held in 2009. Cejka shot 79 that day and Henrik Stenson won. Simpson leads by 7 over Danny Lee and matched the 54-hole scoring record of 197 set by Greg Norman in 1994.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Charlie Schwartzel can become everyones best friend if he makes a four foot putt on the 18th hole. If he makes it, Tiger/Jordan Sunday... cross fingers AND toes please.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

HOLD YOUR BREATH!! If everything stays as is... Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth are paired together on Sunday!!! Nobody... make... a... move.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Easier scoring conditions Saturday right? Wrong. Friday, 10 players shot 67 or better, so far on Saturday on five players have shot -5 (67) or better.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

If you include Saturday's 3rd round at the Players Championship (13 rounds), Tiger Woods is -24 this year on the weekends!