Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai

  • January 17 - 19, 2014
  • Hualalai Resort Golf Club
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,107
  • Purse $1,800,000
    2014 Champion Bernhard Langer

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3TOTEARNINGSTEE TIME
1-Bernhard LangerB. Langer-22-8F666464194$307,000.00-
T2-Jeff SlumanJ. Sluman-19-7F666665197$159,000.00-
T2-Fred CouplesF. Couples-19-5F656567197$159,000.00-
4-Jay HaasJ. Haas-17-7F686665199$111,000.00-
5-Rocco MediateR. Mediate-16-5F637067200$91,000.00-
T6-Mark O'MearaM. O'Meara-15-2F666570201$76,000.00-
T6-David FrostD. Frost-15-3F686469201$76,000.00-
T8-Tom Pernice, Jr.T. Pernice, Jr.-14-5F657067202$59,000.00-
T8-Tom LehmanT. Lehman-14-3F676669202$59,000.00-
T10-Fred FunkF. Funk-13-4F657068203$47,500.00-
T10-Bart BryantB. Bryant-13-3F666869203$47,500.00-
T12-Dan ForsmanD. Forsman-12-5F647367204$39,000.00-
T12-Russ CochranR. Cochran-12-5F706767204$39,000.00-
T14-Kirk TriplettK. Triplett-11-6F706966205$34,000.00-
T14-Jay Don BlakeJ. Don Blake-11-5F667267205$34,000.00-
T14-Steve ElkingtonS. Elkington-11+1F656773205$34,000.00-
17-Brad FaxonB. Faxon-10-6F716966206$30,000.00-
18-Loren RobertsL. Roberts-9-5F687267207$28,000.00-
T19-Mark McNultyM. McNulty-8-7F766765208$23,200.00-
T19-Esteban ToledoE. Toledo-8-5F697267208$23,200.00-
T19-Willie WoodW. Wood-8-5F717067208$23,200.00-
T19-John CookJ. Cook-8-4F697168208$23,200.00-
T19-Roger ChapmanR. Chapman-8-2F677170208$23,200.00-
T24-John RieggerJ. Riegger-7-3F716969209$18,500.00-
T24-Tom WatsonT. Watson-7-2F706970209$18,500.00-
T24-Hale IrwinH. Irwin-7-1F696971209$18,500.00-
T24-Larry NelsonL. Nelson-7-1F706871209$18,500.00-
T28-Michael AllenM. Allen-6-3F736869210$15,750.00-
T28-Nick PriceN. Price-6-2F736770210$15,750.00-
T30-Joe DaleyJ. Daley-5-2F717070211$14,250.00-
T30-Kohki IdokiK. Idoki-5-1F707071211$14,250.00-
T30-Olin BrowneO. Browne-5EF726772211$14,250.00-
T30-Corey PavinC. Pavin-5+2F706774211$14,250.00-
T34-Curtis StrangeC. Strange-4-1F707171212$12,500.00-
T34-Mike ReidM. Reid-4-1F726971212$12,500.00-
T34-Kenny PerryK. Perry-4EF726872212$12,500.00-
37-Mark CalcavecchiaM. Calcavecchia-3-8F757464213$11,500.00-
38-Craig StadlerC. Stadler-2+7F696679214$11,000.00-
39-Tom KiteT. KiteE-1F717471216$10,750.00-
40-Mark WiebeM. Wiebe+2+3F717275218$10,500.00-
41-Ben CrenshawB. Crenshaw+11+3F767675227$10,250.00-

Now

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Branden Grace is 7-under on this par-70 course and has two holes to play, including a par-5. I'll let you do the math.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

By his own admission, Jason Day left the course "in a coffin" on Friday after a 6-6-6 finish that looked to have ended his tournament. Angry, he watched a movie, ate some ice cream and started thinking about heading home. By 9pm, he had made the cut. Today was very different. "This is the day for someone to shoot a 62," he said post-round. If that happens, it will be a major tournament first.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

He made it on the cut mark yesterday, and Jason Day takes advantage of the calm conditions, shooting a 65 -- the joint lowest round of the day so far. It could have been even better if putts on 17 and 18 had dropped.

Leo Spall UK Correspondent 

Justin Rose can't see past leader Jordan Spieth for the winner at Royal Birkdale. "He's obviously done all the right things to score well," said Rose after posting a 69 Saturday. "He'll probably find his rhythm a bit more out there today. The greens have obviously been receptive. The way he's putting, he's going to make some birdies today. So the chasing pack will have to chase pretty hard."

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

There's always one: South African Shaun Norris had the dubious honour of being out first this morning without a playing partner. He responded by shooting a 65, which will be a contender for low round of the day, and is now T11.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Shaun Norris shoots 65 as a single. Somewhere in Augusta, Jeff Knox stares longingly at the TV, biting his lip and shaking his head.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Shaun Norris shoots 65 as a single in the first tee time of the day. Won't be the lowest score we see. It's out there, people.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

With the 36-hole cut now made at The Open, only 19 golfers have made the cut at all three majors so far in 2017. Of those 19, six of them (Jordan Spieth, Matt Kuchar, Brooks Koepka, Russell Henley, Hideki Matsuyama and Charley Hoffman) are all inside the top 10 at Royal Birkdale.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Was there bad weather at The Open yesterday? I don't even remember. Absolutely perfect today. Little breeze. Big yellow thing in the sky.