Wells Fargo Championship

  • May 1 - 4, 2014
    CBS/TGC
  • Quail Hollow Club - Charlotte, NC
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,562
  • Purse $6,900,000
    Defending Champion J.B. Holmes

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-J.B. HolmesJ.B. Holmes-14-1F70676671274$1,242,000.000-
2-Jim FurykJ. Furyk-13-7F72696965275$745,200.000-
3-Martin FloresM. Flores-12EF67686972276$469,200.000-
4-Jason BohnJ. Bohn-11-2F73676770277$331,200.000-
5-Justin RoseJ. Rose-10-1F69677171278$276,000.000-
T6-Brendon de JongeB. de Jonge-9-3F80626869279$239,775.000-
T6-Kevin KisnerK. Kisner-9+1F72666873279$239,775.000-
T8-Rory McIlroyR. McIlroy-8-2F69766570280$200,100.000-
T8-Roberto CastroR. Castro-8-2F71706970280$200,100.000-
T8-Rory SabbatiniR. Sabbatini-8-5F74687167280$200,100.000-
T11-Kevin ChappellK. Chappell-7-4F73707068281$158,700.000-
T11-Michael ThompsonM. Thompson-7EF71696972281$158,700.000-
T11-Phil MickelsonP. Mickelson-7+4F67756376281$158,700.000-
T14-Kevin StreelmanK. Streelman-6-2F72697170282$120,750.000-
T14-Jonathan ByrdJ. Byrd-6+1F68717073282$120,750.000-
T14-Geoff OgilvyG. Ogilvy-6+1F72677073282$120,750.000-
T14-Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson-6EF71706972282$120,750.000-
T18-Martin KaymerM. Kaymer-5+3F69697075283$89,976.000-
T18-Kevin NaK. Na-5+1F69726973283$89,976.000-
T18-Charles Howell IIIC. Howell III-5+1F69717073283$89,976.000-
T18-Gary WoodlandG. Woodland-5EF71726872283$89,976.000-
T18-Ryan MooreR. Moore-5-6F70717666283$89,976.000-
T23-John MerrickJ. Merrick-4+1F71707073284$58,157.140-
T23-Mark WilsonM. Wilson-4+2F72726674284$58,157.140-
T23-Stewart CinkS. Cink-4EF68707472284$58,157.140-
T23-Y.E. YangY.E. Yang-4-4F73727168284$58,157.150-
T23-Wes RoachW. Roach-4+1F71716973284$58,157.140-
T23-Jason KokrakJ. Kokrak-4-4F75687368284$58,157.150-
T23-Robert StrebR. Streb-4+1F71697173284$58,157.140-
T30-Ricky BarnesR. Barnes-3+1F72726873285$40,106.250-
T30-Angel CabreraA. Cabrera-3+3F66697575285$40,106.250-
T30-Vijay SinghV. Singh-3+1F69727173285$40,106.250-
T30-Scott BrownS. Brown-3-1F71737071285$40,106.250-
T30-Chris KirkC. Kirk-3+1F71707173285$40,106.250-
T30-Martin LairdM. Laird-3+1F69707373285$40,106.250-
T30-Brendan SteeleB. Steele-3EF72726972285$40,106.250-
T30-Derek ErnstD. Ernst-3+2F73687074285$40,106.250-
T38-Scott LangleyS. Langley-2+2F70717174286$28,980.000-
T38-Rickie FowlerR. Fowler-2-5F74717467286$28,980.000-
T38-Sang-Moon BaeS. Bae-2EF72717172286$28,980.000-
T38-Hideki MatsuyamaH. Matsuyama-2+1F69727273286$28,980.000-
T38-Bud CauleyB. Cauley-2+2F71717074286$28,980.000-
T38-Webb SimpsonW. Simpson-2+3F68737075286$28,980.000-
T44-David HearnD. Hearn-1EF70747172287$20,861.000-
T44-Shawn StefaniS. Stefani-1+3F69687575287$20,861.000-
T44-Bill HaasB. Haas-1EF75707072287$20,861.000-
T44-Pat PerezP. Perez-1+5F73716677287$20,861.000-
T44-Ernie ElsE. Els-1+5F76676777287$20,861.000-
T44-Andrew SvobodaA. Svoboda-1+2F72726974287$20,861.000-
T50-Hunter MahanH. MahanE-1F72737271288$16,642.800-
T50-Danny LeeD. LeeE+4F71717076288$16,642.800-
T50-Ted Potter Jr.T. Potter Jr.E-3F72737469288$16,642.800-
T50-Retief GoosenR. GoosenE+2F70707474288$16,642.800-
T50-Ben MartinB. MartinE+3F71736975288$16,642.800-
T55-Robert AllenbyR. Allenby+1-1F73727371289$15,801.000-
T55-Daniel SummerhaysD. Summerhays+1+3F70727275289$15,801.000-
T57-Josh TeaterJ. Teater+2-2F72737570290$15,456.000-
T57-Mike WeirM. Weir+2+5F72717077290$15,456.000-
T57-Will WilcoxW. Wilcox+2+2F71727374290$15,456.000-
T60-Heath SlocumH. Slocum+3EF77687472291$14,904.000-
T60-Kyle StanleyK. Stanley+3-1F74717571291$14,904.000-
T60-Brian DavisB. Davis+3-1F74717571291$14,904.000-
T60-Michael PutnamM. Putnam+3+5F73697277291$14,904.000-
T60-Cameron TringaleC. Tringale+3-2F74687970291$14,904.000-
T65-Davis Love IIID. Love III+4+3F75687475292$14,352.000-
T65-Brian HarmanB. Harman+4-2F70747870292$14,352.000-
T65-Kevin TwayK. Tway+4EF73727572292$14,352.000-
68-Johnson WagnerJ. Wagner+5+3F75707375293$14,076.000-
T69-Jim RennerJ. Renner+7+4F71747476295$13,800.000-
T69-Carl PetterssonC. Pettersson+7+5F73717477295$13,800.000-
T69-Justin HicksJ. Hicks+7+4F74717476295$13,800.000-
72-Bronson La'CassieB. La'Cassie+8+3F71737775296$13,524.000-
73-Jim HermanJ. Herman+9+9F76687281297$13,386.000-
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--John RollinsJ. RollinsCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
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--Jamie LovemarkJ. LovemarkCUT-CUT7868----146$00-
--Greg ChalmersG. ChalmersCUT-CUT7571----146$00-
--Brian GayB. GayCUT-CUT7472----146$00-
--George McNeillG. McNeillCUT-CUT7868----146$00-
--Billy Hurley IIIB. Hurley IIICUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Fielding BrewbakerF. BrewbakerCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--Chad CollinsC. CollinsCUT-CUT7275----147$00-
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--Spencer LevinS. LevinCUT-CUT7473----147$00-
--Chris StroudC. StroudCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--James DriscollJ. DriscollCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--Scott McCarronS. McCarronCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--Lee WilliamsL. WilliamsCUT-CUT7374----147$00-
--Andrew LoupeA. LoupeCUT-CUT7770----147$00-
--Bo Van PeltB. Van PeltCUT-CUT7770----147$00-
--Woody AustinW. AustinCUT-CUT7473----147$00-
--Lee WestwoodL. WestwoodCUT-CUT7176----147$00-
--Thorbjorn OlesenT. OlesenCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--Nicolas ColsaertsN. ColsaertsCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--Jimmy WalkerJ. WalkerCUT-CUT7474----148$00-
--Darren ClarkeD. ClarkeCUT-CUT7672----148$00-
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--D.H. LeeD.H. LeeCUT-CUT7672----148$00-
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--John PetersonJ. PetersonCUT-CUT7276----148$00-
--D.A. PointsD.A. PointsCUT-CUT7276----148$00-
--Nick WatneyN. WatneyCUT-CUT7573----148$00-
--Nicholas ThompsonN. ThompsonCUT-CUT7375----148$00-
--Robert KarlssonR. KarlssonCUT-CUT7375----148$00-
--David LingmerthD. LingmerthCUT-CUT7672----148$00-
--Troy MerrittT. MerrittCUT-CUT7177----148$00-
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