THE PLAYERS Championship

  • May 8 - 11, 2014
    NBC/TGC
  • TPC Sawgrass - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
  • Par 70
    Yards 6,847
  • Purse $10,000,000
    Defending Champion Martin Kaymer

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Martin KaymerM. Kaymer-13-1F63697271275$1,800,000.000-
2-Jim FurykJ. Furyk-12-6F70687266276$1,080,000.000-
3-Sergio GarciaS. Garcia-11-2F67716970277$680,000.000-
T4-Jordan SpiethJ. Spieth-10+2F67667174278$440,000.000-
T4-Justin RoseJ. Rose-10-3F67717169278$440,000.000-
T6-Lee WestwoodL. Westwood-9-2F67717170279$313,000.000-
T6-Rory McIlroyR. McIlroy-9-6F70746966279$313,000.000-
T6-Jimmy WalkerJ. Walker-9-7F75687165279$313,000.000-
T6-Francesco MolinariF. Molinari-9-2F72706770279$313,000.000-
T6-David HearnD. Hearn-9-2F70716870279$313,000.000-
T11-Gary WoodlandG. Woodland-8EF67717072280$240,000.000-
T11-Brian DavisB. Davis-8-4F72677368280$240,000.000-
T13-K.J. ChoiK.J. Choi-7-7F74707265281$187,500.000-
T13-Chris KirkC. Kirk-7-5F71737067281$187,500.000-
T13-Steve StrickerS. Stricker-7-3F71707169281$187,500.000-
T13-George McNeillG. McNeill-7+1F71686973281$187,500.000-
T17-Brian StuardB. Stuard-6-2F67766970282$135,333.330-
T17-Matt JonesM. Jones-6+2F70696974282$135,333.330-
T17-Russell HenleyR. Henley-6-6F65718066282$135,333.340-
T17-Morgan HoffmannM. Hoffmann-6-1F71707071282$135,333.330-
T17-Justin HicksJ. Hicks-6-4F73707168282$135,333.340-
T17-Matt KucharM. Kuchar-6-1F71716971282$135,333.330-
T23-Marc LeishmanM. Leishman-5-5F70727467283$96,000.000-
T23-Daniel SummerhaysD. Summerhays-5EF74686972283$96,000.000-
T23-Hideki MatsuyamaH. Matsuyama-5-2F70717270283$96,000.000-
T26-Billy HorschelB. Horschel-4-5F72707567284$69,500.000-
T26-Ryan MooreR. Moore-4+1F70746773284$69,500.000-
T26-Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson-4EF69717272284$69,500.000-
T26-Bo Van PeltB. Van Pelt-4+1F71707073284$69,500.000-
T26-Brendan SteeleB. Steele-4-5F69737567284$69,500.000-
T26-John SendenJ. Senden-4+5F70696877284$69,500.000-
T26-Bill HaasB. Haas-4+1F68717273284$69,500.000-
T26-Kevin ChappellK. Chappell-4-3F72687569284$69,500.000-
T34-Henrik StensonH. Stenson-3+2F71707074285$52,750.000-
T34-Scott LangleyS. Langley-3-2F71727270285$52,750.000-
T34-Russell KnoxR. Knox-3-4F72727368285$52,750.000-
T34-Erik ComptonE. Compton-3-3F72707469285$52,750.000-
T38-Gonzalo Fernandez-CastanoG. Fernandez-Castano-2-2F67777270286$38,000.000-
T38-Rory SabbatiniR. Sabbatini-2+1F71736973286$38,000.000-
T38-Luke DonaldL. Donald-2-3F73697569286$38,000.000-
T38-Kevin NaK. Na-2-1F70697671286$38,000.000-
T38-Stewart CinkS. Cink-2+4F70707076286$38,000.000-
T38-Jamie DonaldsonJ. Donaldson-2-1F74677471286$38,000.000-
T38-Charley HoffmanC. Hoffman-2-1F77677171286$38,000.000-
T38-Justin LeonardJ. Leonard-2+3F68737075286$38,000.000-
T38-Angel CabreraA. Cabrera-2-1F70747171286$38,000.000-
T38-Adam ScottA. Scott-2+1F77676973286$38,000.000-
T48-Martin FloresM. Flores-1EF70717472287$24,072.730-
T48-Jeff MaggertJ. Maggert-1-2F72717470287$24,072.730-
T48-Jason DufnerJ. Dufner-1EF69747272287$24,072.730-
T48-Charl SchwartzelC. Schwartzel-1-1F72677771287$24,072.730-
T48-Retief GoosenR. Goosen-1-2F72707570287$24,072.730-
T48-Pat PerezP. Perez-1-1F68737571287$24,072.730-
T48-Charlie BeljanC. Beljan-1EF73697372287$24,072.730-
T48-J.J. HenryJ.J. Henry-1-1F74707271287$24,072.730-
T48-Steven BowditchS. Bowditch-1EF72727172287$24,072.720-
T48-Brandt SnedekerB. Snedeker-1+4F75696776287$24,072.720-
T48-Bubba WatsonB. Watson-1+4F69727076287$24,072.720-
T59-Ryan PalmerR. PalmerE+1F71737173288$22,000.000-
T59-Dustin JohnsonD. JohnsonE+2F68747274288$22,000.000-
T59-John PetersonJ. PetersonE+2F73697274288$22,000.000-
T62-Graeme McDowellG. McDowell+1EF69717772289$21,500.000-
T62-Scott BrownS. Brown+1+1F68717773289$21,500.000-
64-Freddie JacobsonF. Jacobson+2+3F70707575290$21,200.000-
T65-Scott StallingsS. Stallings+3+4F67777176291$20,800.000-
T65-Richard LeeR. Lee+3+1F71717673291$20,800.000-
T65-Ian PoulterI. Poulter+3+4F74697276291$20,800.000-
68-Sang-Moon BaeS. Bae+4+2F66737974292$20,400.000-
69-Geoff OgilvyG. Ogilvy+5+6F69707678293$20,200.000-
70-Brendon de JongeB. de Jonge+6+4F69747576294$20,000.000-
71-Kyle StanleyK. Stanley+7+5F73697677295$19,800.000-
T72-Ernie ElsE. Els+3-MDF687675--219$19,400.000-
T72-John HuhJ. Huh+3-MDF697278--219$19,400.000-
T72-Seung-yul NohS. Noh+3-MDF766875--219$19,400.000-
T75-Jonas BlixtJ. Blixt+4-MDF717277--220$18,900.000-
T75-John MerrickJ. Merrick+4-MDF727177--220$18,900.000-
T77-Stuart ApplebyS. Appleby+5-MDF717377--221$18,400.000-
T77-Rickie FowlerR. Fowler+5-MDF717278--221$18,400.000-
T77-John RollinsJ. Rollins+5-MDF737177--221$18,400.000-
T80-Chris StroudC. Stroud+6-MDF766779--222$17,900.000-
T80-Joost LuitenJ. Luiten+6-MDF687282--222$17,900.000-
82-Jeff OvertonJ. Overton+9-MDF707283--225$17,600.000-
--Carl PetterssonC. PetterssonCUT-CUT7471----145$00-
--Derek ErnstD. ErnstCUT-CUT7669----145$00-
--Phil MickelsonP. MickelsonCUT-CUT7570----145$00-
--Will MacKenzieW. MacKenzieCUT-CUT7372----145$00-
--Ted Potter Jr.T. Potter Jr.CUT-CUT7372----145$00-
--Lucas GloverL. GloverCUT-CUT7570----145$00-
--Chesson HadleyC. HadleyCUT-CUT7372----145$00-
--Charles Howell IIIC. Howell IIICUT-CUT7174----145$00-
--Johnson WagnerJ. WagnerCUT-CUT7372----145$00-
--Charlie WiC. WiCUT-CUT7669----145$00-
--Keegan BradleyK. BradleyCUT-CUT7273----145$00-
--Jerry KellyJ. KellyCUT-CUT7868----146$00-
--James HahnJ. HahnCUT-CUT7076----146$00-
--Ken DukeK. DukeCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Jonathan ByrdJ. ByrdCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Camilo VillegasC. VillegasCUT-CUT7076----146$00-
--Robert GarrigusR. GarrigusCUT-CUT7571----146$00-
--Thongchai JaideeT. JaideeCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Kevin StadlerK. StadlerCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Martin LairdM. LairdCUT-CUT7670----146$00-
--Graham DeLaetG. DeLaetCUT-CUT6977----146$00-
--Roberto CastroR. CastroCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Brian HarmanB. HarmanCUT-CUT7472----146$00-
--Jason BohnJ. BohnCUT-CUT7472----146$00-
--Cameron TringaleC. TringaleCUT-CUT7770----147$00-
--Josh TeaterJ. TeaterCUT-CUT7176----147$00-
--Luke GuthrieL. GuthrieCUT-CUT7374----147$00-
--Kenny PerryK. PerryCUT-CUT7770----147$00-
--Michael ThompsonM. ThompsonCUT-CUT7176----147$00-
--Bryce MolderB. MolderCUT-CUT7771----148$00-
--Aaron BaddeleyA. BaddeleyCUT-CUT7375----148$00-
--Harris EnglishH. EnglishCUT-CUT7375----148$00-
--Boo WeekleyB. WeekleyCUT-CUT7573----148$00-
--Kevin StreelmanK. StreelmanCUT-CUT6979----148$00-
--David LingmerthD. LingmerthCUT-CUT7177----148$00-
--Stephen GallacherS. GallacherCUT-CUT7078----148$00-
--Webb SimpsonW. SimpsonCUT-CUT7573----148$00-
--Michael PutnamM. PutnamCUT-CUT7573----148$00-
--J.B. HolmesJ.B. HolmesCUT-CUT7673----149$00-
--Y.E. YangY.E. YangCUT-CUT7574----149$00-
--Greg ChalmersG. ChalmersCUT-CUT7475----149$00-
--Darren ClarkeD. ClarkeCUT-CUT7673----149$00-
--Shawn StefaniS. StefaniCUT-CUT7574----149$00-
--Thomas BjornT. BjornCUT-CUT7376----149$00-
--Brian GayB. GayCUT-CUT7079----149$00-
--Jason KokrakJ. KokrakCUT-CUT7080----150$00-
--Nick WatneyN. WatneyCUT-CUT7179----150$00-
--Andres RomeroA. RomeroCUT-CUT7674----150$00-
--Hunter MahanH. MahanCUT-CUT7378----151$00-
--D.A. PointsD.A. PointsCUT-CUT7576----151$00-
--Ben CraneB. CraneCUT-CUT7675----151$00-
--Nicholas ThompsonN. ThompsonCUT-CUT7774----151$00-
--Tim ClarkT. ClarkCUT-CUT7181----152$00-
--Louis OosthuizenL. OosthuizenCUT-CUT7775----152$00-
--William McGirtW. McGirtCUT-CUT7281----153$00-
--Patrick ReedP. ReedCUT-CUT7479----153$00-
--Matt EveryM. EveryCUT-CUT7677----153$00-
--James DriscollJ. DriscollCUT-CUT7578----153$00-
--Mark WilsonM. WilsonCUT-CUT7974----153$00-
--Woody AustinW. AustinCUT-CUT7876----154$00-
--Briny BairdB. BairdWD-WD77------77$00-
--D.H. LeeD.H. LeeWD-WD78------78$00-

Now

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

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