Volvo China Open

  • April 24 - 27, 2014
  • Shenzen GC
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,145
  • 2014 Champion Alexander Levy

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTTEE TIME
1-Alexander LevyA. Levy-19-3F68627069269-
2-Tommy FleetwoodT. Fleetwood-15-4F70686768273-
3-Alvaro QuirosA. Quiros-13EF67686872275-
4-Francesco MolinariF. Molinari-12-5F70706967276-
T5-Anders HansenA. Hansen-11-9F73687363277-
T5-Henrik StensonH. Stenson-11-7F71707165277-
T5-Ian PoulterI. Poulter-11-5F69746767277-
T8-Rafael Cabrera BelloR. Cabrera Bello-10-5F70707167278-
T8-Michael HoeyM. Hoey-10-4F69726968278-
T8-Andrew SullivanA. Sullivan-10-2F71686970278-
T8-Simon DysonS. Dyson-10-1F67716971278-
T8-Mikko IlonenM. Ilonen-10+2F69686774278-
T13-Eduardo De La RivaE. De La Riva-9-8F73717164279-
T13-Hennie OttoH. Otto-9-3F70716969279-
T15-Jbe' KrugerJ. Kruger-8-5F74677267280-
T15-Il- hwan ParkI. hwan Park-8-4F68727268280-
T15-Nacho ElviraN. Elvira-8-3F69746869280-
T15-Christopher DoakC. Doak-8-1F71687071280-
T19-Gregory BourdyG. Bourdy-7-4F71727068281-
T19-Morten Orum MadsenM. Orum Madsen-7-3F73687169281-
T19-Prom MeesawatP. Meesawat-7-3F72697169281-
T19-Julien QuesneJ. Quesne-7-1F69717071281-
T19-Adrian OtaeguiA. Otaegui-7+4F68667176281-
T24-Danny WillettD. Willett-6-5F73717167282-
T24-David HorseyD. Horsey-6-4F68767068282-
T24-Scott JamiesonS. Jamieson-6-2F71687370282-
T24-Emiliano GrilloE. Grillo-6-2F70717170282-
T24-Scott StrangeS. Strange-6-2F71717070282-
T24-Mark BrownM. Brown-6-2F75696870282-
T24-Raphael JacquelinR. Jacquelin-6-1F69677571282-
T24-Terry PilkadarisT. Pilkadaris-6-1F73716771282-
T32-Maximilian KiefferM. Kieffer-5-2F73716970283-
T32-Lee SlatteryL. Slattery-5-2F72726970283-
T32-Richie RamsayR. Ramsay-5EF69687472283-
T32-Robert-Jan DerksenR. Derksen-5+1F70697173283-
T36-Ricardo SantosR. Santos-4-6F71737466284-
T36-Zheng Ou-yangZ. Ou-yang-4-5F72727367284-
T36-Pablo LarrazabalP. Larrazabal-4-1F71707271284-
T36-Oliver FisherO. Fisher-4EF73706972284-
T40-Romain WattelR. Wattel-3-5F70747467285-
T40-Tom LewisT. Lewis-3-2F72697470285-
T40-Marco CrespiM. Crespi-3-1F71697471285-
T40-Jose Filipe LimaJ. Filipe Lima-3EF72707172285-
T40-Gregory HavretG. Havret-3EF70737072285-
T40-Matthew GriffinM. Griffin-3EF71736972285-
T46-David DrysdaleD. Drysdale-2-2F70717570286-
T46-Marcel SiemM. Siem-2-1F71697571286-
T46-Richard BlandR. Bland-2-1F69757171286-
T46-Masahiro KawamuraM. Kawamura-2EF73697272286-
T50-Felipe AguilarF. Aguilar-1-2F71717570287-
T50-A-Shun WuA. Wu-1-1F69747371287-
T50-Ji-man KangJ. Kang-1+2F71727074287-
T50-Haotong LiH. Li-1+6F73696778287-
T54-Tyrrell HattonT. HattonE+2F68717574288-
T54-Jason DufnerJ. DufnerE+3F73716975288-
T54-Liang Wen-ChongL. Wen-ChongE+3F70746975288-
T57-Edoardo MolinariE. Molinari+1-2F71737570289-
T57-Eddie PepperellE. Pepperell+1EF70727572289-
T57-Gaganjeet BhullarG. Bhullar+1+3F71707375289-
T60-Seve BensonS. Benson+2-1F74697671290-
T60-Richard GreenR. Green+2EF70717772290-
T60-Soren KjeldsenS. Kjeldsen+2+2F72727274290-
63-Brett RumfordB. Rumford+3+2F68757474291-
64-Jorge CampilloJ. Campillo+4+3F71707675292-
T65-Simon KhanS. Khan+5EF69757772293-
T65-Stuart ManleyS. Manley+5+3F70747475293-
67-Kangchun WuK. Wu+6+3F73707675294-
68-Anthony WallA. Wall+7+2F72727774295-
--Niclas FasthN. FasthCUT-CUT7075----145-
--David McKenzieD. McKenzieCUT-CUT7471----145-
--Ross FisherR. FisherCUT-CUT7471----145-
--Nick CullenN. CullenCUT-CUT7471----145-
--Matthew NixonM. NixonCUT-CUT7570----145-
--Dan WoltmanD. WoltmanCUT-CUT7570----145-
--Tian YuanT. YuanCUT-CUT7076----146-
--Dae-sub KimD. KimCUT-CUT7076----146-
--Graeme StormG. StormCUT-CUT7175----146-
--Craig LeeC. LeeCUT-CUT7076----146-
--Kristoffer BrobergK. BrobergCUT-CUT7472----146-
--Chris WoodC. WoodCUT-CUT7373----146-
--Peter UihleinP. UihleinCUT-CUT6977----146-
--Peter WhitefordP. WhitefordCUT-CUT7373----146-
--Wade OrmsbyW. OrmsbyCUT-CUT6977----146-
--Guan TianlangG. TianlangCUT-CUT7176----147-
--Bi-o KimB. KimCUT-CUT7473----147-
--Matthew BaldwinM. BaldwinCUT-CUT7671----147-
--Magnus CarlssonM. CarlssonCUT-CUT7968----147-
--Masanori KobayashiM. KobayashiCUT-CUT7275----147-
--Shiv KapurS. KapurCUT-CUT7374----147-
--Sihwan KimS. KimCUT-CUT7770----147-
--Damien McGraneD. McGraneCUT-CUT7374----147-
--Jeev Milkha SinghJ. Milkha SinghCUT-CUT7672----148-
--Zihan SheZ. SheCUT-CUT7474----148-
--Xinyang LiX. LiCUT-CUT7573----148-
--Victor RiuV. RiuCUT-CUT7276----148-
--Johan EdforsJ. EdforsCUT-CUT7474----148-
--Peter LawrieP. LawrieCUT-CUT7870----148-
--Joachim B HansenJ. B HansenCUT-CUT7375----148-
--Paul WaringP. WaringCUT-CUT7276----148-
--Gareth MaybinG. MaybinCUT-CUT7771----148-
--Ding-gen ChenD. ChenCUT-CUT7277----149-
--Shane LowryS. LowryCUT-CUT7277----149-
--Lian-Wei ZhangL. ZhangCUT-CUT7772----149-
--Jin ChengJ. ChengCUT-CUT7574----149-
--Jamie McLearyJ. McLearyCUT-CUT7871----149-
--James StewartJ. StewartCUT-CUT7772----149-
--Chung-ho MouC. MouCUT-CUT7575----150-
--Jin JeongJ. JeongCUT-CUT7377----150-
--Garth MulroyG. MulroyCUT-CUT7476----150-
--Dong SuD. SuCUT-CUT7674----150-
--Ming Jie HuangM. Jie HuangCUT-CUT7575----150-
--Daan HuizingD. HuizingCUT-CUT8070----150-
--Mark FosterM. FosterCUT-CUT7872----150-
--Ze-cheng DouZ. DouCUT-CUT7773----150-
--Justin WaltersJ. WaltersCUT-CUT7674----150-
--Soren HansenS. HansenCUT-CUT7279----151-
--Aaron TownsendA. TownsendCUT-CUT7477----151-
--Jin ZhangJ. ZhangCUT-CUT7675----151-
--Zhi-peng FanZ. FanCUT-CUT7576----151-
--Zhi XieZ. XieCUT-CUT7774----151-
--Alejandro CanizaresA. CanizaresCUT-CUT7675----151-
--Ricardo GonzalezR. GonzalezCUT-CUT7774----151-
--Yan LiuY. LiuCUT-CUT7675----151-
--Roope KakkoR. KakkoCUT-CUT8071----151-
--Stephen DoddS. DoddCUT-CUT7676----152-
--David HowellD. HowellCUT-CUT7577----152-
--Do-Hoon KimD. KimCUT-CUT7676----152-
--Marc WarrenM. WarrenCUT-CUT7478----152-
--Nicolas ColsaertsN. ColsaertsCUT-CUT7775----152-
--Ze-yu HeZ. HeCUT-CUT7973----152-
--Wen-yi HuangW. HuangCUT-CUT7676----152-
--Robert RockR. RockCUT-CUT7874----152-
--Guo-wu ZhouG. ZhouCUT-CUT8073----153-
--Shao-cai HeS. HeCUT-CUT8073----153-
--Daxing JinD. JinCUT-CUT7479----153-
--Yi CaoY. CaoCUT-CUT7678----154-
--Ming-hao WangM. WangCUT-CUT7876----154-
--Andrea PavanA. PavanCUT-CUT7777----154-
--Jun seok LeeJ. seok LeeCUT-CUT7678----154-
--John ParryJ. ParryCUT-CUT7876----154-
--Rhein GibsonR. GibsonCUT-CUT7975----154-
--Xu WangX. WangCUT-CUT7678----154-
--Johan CarlssonJ. CarlssonCUT-CUT7777----154-
--Sung-hoon KangS. KangCUT-CUT7679----155-
--Jason NorrisJ. NorrisCUT-CUT7878----156-
--Guang-ming YangG. YangCUT-CUT7978----157-
--Mu HuM. HuCUT-CUT7681----157-
--Xin-jun ZhangX. ZhangCUT-CUT7780----157-
--Peter HedblomP. HedblomCUT-CUT8078----158-
--Gareth PaddisonG. PaddisonCUT-CUT7979----158-
--Thomas LevetT. LevetCUT-CUT8081----161-
--Chuan-bing FengC. FengCUT-CUT8181----162-
--Zi-hao ChenZ. ChenCUT-CUT7885----163-
--Daniel PopovicD. PopovicCUT-CUT8282----164-
--Ren HanR. HanWD-WD79------79-
--Sam YiS. YiWD-WD90------90-

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