Deutsche Bank Championship

  • August 29 - September 1, 2014
    NBC/TGC
  • TPC Boston - Norton, MA
  • Par 71
    Yards 7,216
  • Purse $8,000,000
    Defending Champion Chris Kirk

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Chris KirkC. Kirk-15-5F73666466269$1,440,000.000-
T2-Russell HenleyR. Henley-13-1F70666570271$597,333.310-
T2-Geoff OgilvyG. Ogilvy-13-6F70716565271$597,333.310-
T2-Billy HorschelB. Horschel-13-2F69666769271$597,333.310-
T5-John SendenJ. Senden-11-5F69716766273$304,000.000-
T5-Rory McIlroyR. McIlroy-11-1F70696470273$304,000.000-
T7-Jason DayJ. Day-10EF66686971274$258,000.000-
T7-Martin KaymerM. Kaymer-10-4F71667067274$258,000.000-
T9-Seung-yul NohS. Noh-9-1F69686870275$185,142.840-
T9-Webb SimpsonW. Simpson-9EF66706871275$185,142.840-
T9-Jimmy WalkerJ. Walker-9-4F70706867275$185,142.860-
T9-Carl PetterssonC. Pettersson-9-5F67736966275$185,142.860-
T9-Bill HaasB. Haas-9-2F67697069275$185,142.860-
T9-Chesson HadleyC. Hadley-9-2F66736769275$185,142.860-
T9-Robert StrebR. Streb-9-3F73676768275$185,142.860-
T16-Brian StuardB. Stuard-8-3F72716568276$112,228.570-
T16-Kevin StadlerK. Stadler-8-3F71706768276$112,228.570-
T16-Adam ScottA. Scott-8-4F73686867276$112,228.570-
T16-Keegan BradleyK. Bradley-8EF65716971276$112,228.570-
T16-Jason KokrakJ. Kokrak-8-5F68727066276$112,228.580-
T16-Ryan PalmerR. Palmer-8EF63717171276$112,228.570-
T16-Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson-8-4F71687067276$112,228.570-
T23-Ian PoulterI. Poulter-7-5F67737166277$76,800.000-
T23-Rickie FowlerR. Fowler-7EF70696771277$76,800.000-
T23-Jim FurykJ. Furyk-7-1F72666970277$76,800.000-
T26-Henrik StensonH. Stenson-6-6F70707365278$61,600.000-
T26-Kevin StreelmanK. Streelman-6+2F73676573278$61,600.000-
T26-Russell KnoxR. Knox-6-1F67707170278$61,600.000-
T29-George McNeillG. McNeill-5-5F73687266279$50,866.670-
T29-Gary WoodlandG. Woodland-5-6F71707365279$50,866.670-
T29-Jordan SpiethJ. Spieth-5+2F67706973279$50,866.660-
T29-Ben CraneB. Crane-5+1F69687072279$50,866.660-
T29-Bubba WatsonB. Watson-5-4F72716967279$50,866.670-
T29-Matt KucharM. Kuchar-5EF69667371279$50,866.670-
T35-J.B. HolmesJ.B. Holmes-4-4F70756867280$36,950.000-
T35-Scott StallingsS. Stallings-4-7F70747264280$36,950.000-
T35-Jason BohnJ. Bohn-4-2F74686969280$36,950.000-
T35-K.J. ChoiK.J. Choi-4-3F72707068280$36,950.000-
T35-Morgan HoffmannM. Hoffmann-4EF72696871280$36,950.000-
T35-Charles Howell IIIC. Howell III-4-3F68737168280$36,950.000-
T35-Vijay SinghV. Singh-4EF72686971280$36,950.000-
T35-Danny LeeD. Lee-4-3F74657368280$36,950.000-
T43-David HearnD. Hearn-3-6F70747265281$28,800.000-
T43-Charl SchwartzelC. Schwartzel-3-2F72726869281$28,800.000-
T45-Will MacKenzieW. MacKenzie-2+1F70736772282$23,424.000-
T45-Phil MickelsonP. Mickelson-2-4F74697267282$23,424.000-
T45-Chris StroudC. Stroud-2EF69697371282$23,424.000-
T45-Steven BowditchS. Bowditch-2-6F77687265282$23,424.000-
T45-Gonzalo Fdez-CastanoG. Fdez-Castano-2+3F71696874282$23,424.000-
T50-Brendan SteeleB. Steele-1-2F74716969283$19,017.150-
T50-Stewart CinkS. Cink-1EF71726971283$19,017.140-
T50-Camilo VillegasC. Villegas-1-1F72697270283$19,017.140-
T50-Michael PutnamM. Putnam-1+3F71706874283$19,017.140-
T50-Kevin ChappellK. Chappell-1+3F68736874283$19,017.140-
T50-Ernie ElsE. Els-1-4F72717367283$19,017.150-
T50-Graham DeLaetG. DeLaet-1EF71746771283$19,017.140-
T57-Daniel SummerhaysD. SummerhaysE+1F74716772284$17,600.000-
T57-Hideki MatsuyamaH. MatsuyamaE+3F73696874284$17,600.000-
T57-Luke DonaldL. DonaldE-4F69747467284$17,600.000-
T57-Bo Van PeltB. Van PeltE+1F70736972284$17,600.000-
T57-Jerry KellyJ. KellyE-2F71747069284$17,600.000-
T57-Andrew SvobodaA. SvobodaE+1F71726972284$17,600.000-
T57-Billy Hurley IIIB. Hurley IIIEEF68747171284$17,600.000-
64-Hunter MahanH. Mahan+1-3F73717368285$16,960.000-
T65-Scott LangleyS. Langley+2+2F71727073286$16,640.000-
T65-Marc LeishmanM. Leishman+2-2F73727269286$16,640.000-
T65-Brian HarmanB. Harman+2-2F72707569286$16,640.000-
68-Shawn StefaniS. Stefani+3+2F69747173287$16,320.000-
T69-William McGirtW. McGirt+4+1F71747172288$15,920.000-
T69-Cameron TringaleC. Tringale+4+1F72737172288$15,920.000-
T69-John HuhJ. Huh+4+1F70757172288$15,920.000-
T69-Jeff OvertonJ. Overton+4EF73697571288$15,920.000-
73-Ryan MooreR. Moore+6+2F72717473290$15,520.000-
T74-Patrick ReedP. Reed+5-MDF686882--218$15,280.000-
T74-Brendon de JongeB. de Jonge+5-MDF776774--218$15,280.000-
76-Andres RomeroA. Romero+6-MDF766974--219$15,040.000-
77-Scott BrownS. Brown+7-MDF756877--220$14,880.000-
78-Matt JonesM. Jones+10-MDF697579--223$14,720.000-
79-Freddie JacobsonF. Jacobson+11-MDF727280--224$14,560.000-
80-Matt EveryM. Every+14-MDF687386--227$14,400.000-
--Tim ClarkT. ClarkDNS-DNS----------$00-
--Harris EnglishH. EnglishCUT-CUT7571----146$00-
--Robert GarrigusR. GarrigusCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Brendon ToddB. ToddCUT-CUT7472----146$00-
--Kevin NaK. NaCUT-CUT7374----147$00-
--Charley HoffmanC. HoffmanCUT-CUT7473----147$00-
--Justin HicksJ. HicksCUT-CUT7770----147$00-
--Stuart ApplebyS. ApplebyCUT-CUT7572----147$00-
--Erik ComptonE. ComptonCUT-CUT7078----148$00-
--Brandt SnedekerB. SnedekerCUT-CUT7276----148$00-
--Angel CabreraA. CabreraCUT-CUT7375----148$00-
--Ryo IshikawaR. IshikawaCUT-CUT7871----149$00-
--Ben MartinB. MartinCUT-CUT7575----150$00-
--Pat PerezP. PerezWD-WD77------77$00-

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