NH Collection Open

  • April 3 - 6, 2014
  • La Reserva de Sotogrande Club de Golf
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,234
  • 2014 Champion Marco Crespi

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTTEE TIME
1-Marco CrespiM. Crespi-10-3F70736669278-
T2-Jordi Garcia PintoJ. Garcia Pinto-8-6F73707166280-
T2-Richie RamsayR. Ramsay-8-4F71726968280-
T4-Matthew NixonM. Nixon-7+1F72716573281-
T4-Felipe AguilarF. Aguilar-7-1F71697071281-
T6-Marc WarrenM. Warren-6-4F72677568282-
T6-Oliver FisherO. Fisher-6-4F71727168282-
T6-Adrian OtaeguiA. Otaegui-6-2F71697270282-
T6-Kristoffer BrobergK. Broberg-6-3F76706769282-
T10-Bradley DredgeB. Dredge-5-6F70697866283-
T10-Ricardo SantosR. Santos-5EF74706772283-
T12-Gary StalG. Stal-4-7F72747365284-
T12-Philip ArcherP. Archer-4-5F74707367284-
T12-Rhys DaviesR. Davies-4-3F72717269284-
T12-David HorseyD. Horsey-4EF71687372284-
T12-Tjaart van der WaltT. van der Walt-4EF70736972284-
T17-Daniel ImD. Im-3-2F72727170285-
T17-Damien McGraneD. McGrane-3EF74697072285-
19-Matteo DelpodioM. Delpodio-2EF71737072286-
T20-John HahnJ. Hahn-1-2F74687570287-
T20-Alexander LevyA. Levy-1-4F72757268287-
T20-Jamie McLearyJ. McLeary-1-2F73707470287-
T20-Lasse JensenL. Jensen-1-2F73707470287-
T20-Connor ArendellC. Arendell-1-2F72757070287-
T20-Carlos Del MoralC. Del Moral-1-2F73727270287-
T20-Edouard DuboisE. Dubois-1-5F73737467287-
T20-Andrew JohnstonA. Johnston-1EF73727072287-
T28-Maarten LafeberM. LafeberE-4F78697368288-
T28-Mark FosterM. FosterE-5F71777367288-
T28-Byeong Hun AnB. Hun AnE-6F73737666288-
T31-Kevin PhelanK. Phelan+1-1F75707371289-
T31-Daniel BrooksD. Brooks+1-1F73757071289-
T31-Estanislao GoyaE. Goya+1EF73756972289-
T31-Andrew MarshallA. Marshall+1-1F74737171289-
T35-Johan EdforsJ. Edfors+2+1F76726973290-
T35-Mikko KorhonenM. Korhonen+2+1F71757173290-
T35-Sihwan KimS. Kim+2+2F70767074290-
T35-Eduardo De La RivaE. De La Riva+2-3F72767369290-
T35-Lucas BjerregaardL. Bjerregaard+2+3F72737075290-
T35-Mikael LundbergM. Lundberg+2-3F71727869290-
T41-Daniel GauntD. Gaunt+3+1F75707373291-
T41-Michael JonzonM. Jonzon+3-1F74707671291-
T41-Chris PaisleyC. Paisley+3-1F72727671291-
T41-Oliver WilsonO. Wilson+3-3F75727569291-
T41-Scott JamiesonS. Jamieson+3+6F71727078291-
T41-Adrien BernadetA. Bernadet+3-6F76717866291-
T47-David DrysdaleD. Drysdale+4+2F79697074292-
T47-Victor RiuV. Riu+4+2F73747174292-
T47-Lorenzo GagliL. Gagli+4+3F71747275292-
T47-Joachim B HansenJ. B Hansen+4EF77697472292-
T47-David HowellD. Howell+4+4F71757076292-
T47-Jeppe HuldahlJ. Huldahl+4EF72737572292-
T47-Jorge CampilloJ. Campillo+4-2F72737770292-
T54-Jack DohertyJ. Doherty+5+1F69747773293-
T54-Gregory HavretG. Havret+5+1F74707673293-
T54-Nacho ElviraN. Elvira+5EF72767372293-
T57-Simon WakefieldS. Wakefield+6+3F74747175294-
T57-Chris HansonC. Hanson+6-3F72767769294-
T59-Simon KhanS. Khan+7+2F75737374295-
T59-Thomas NorretT. Norret+7-1F73718071295-
T61-Gary LockerbieG. Lockerbie+8+4F76707476296-
T61-Pedro OriolP. Oriol+8+1F75737573296-
T61-Lloyd KennedyL. Kennedy+8+1F75727673296-
T64-Jens DantorpJ. Dantorp+10+9F71737381298-
T64-Oscar StarkO. Stark+10+6F74717578298-
66-Simon ThorntonS. Thornton+11+5F74737577299-
T67-Thomas LevetT. Levet+14+5F72767777302-
T67-Cyril BouniolC. Bouniol+14+3F74738075302-
--Brandon StoneB. StoneCUT-CUT7574----149-
--Maximilian KiefferM. KiefferCUT-CUT7871----149-
--Patrik SjolandP. SjolandCUT-CUT7475----149-
--Niklas LemkeN. LemkeCUT-CUT7673----149-
--Robert RockR. RockCUT-CUT7970----149-
--Santiago LunaS. LunaCUT-CUT7376----149-
--Duncan StewartD. StewartCUT-CUT7673----149-
--Joakim LagergrenJ. LagergrenCUT-CUT7277----149-
--Jason BarnesJ. BarnesCUT-CUT7871----149-
--Jordi Garcia Del MoralJ. Garcia Del MoralCUT-CUT7872----150-
--James MorrisonJ. MorrisonCUT-CUT7575----150-
--Alejandro CanizaresA. CanizaresCUT-CUT7278----150-
--Steven TileyS. TileyCUT-CUT8070----150-
--David HigginsD. HigginsCUT-CUT7377----150-
--Andreas HartA. HartCUT-CUT7377----150-
--Richard FinchR. FinchCUT-CUT7674----150-
--James HeathJ. HeathCUT-CUT7476----150-
--Andrew SullivanA. SullivanCUT-CUT7774----151-
--Anders HansenA. HansenCUT-CUT7279----151-
--Julien GuerrierJ. GuerrierCUT-CUT7477----151-
--Pontus WidegrenP. WidegrenCUT-CUT7675----151-
--Jake RoosJ. RoosCUT-CUT7576----151-
--Wil BesselingW. BesselingCUT-CUT7972----151-
--Phillip PriceP. PriceCUT-CUT7873----151-
--Espen KofstadE. KofstadCUT-CUT7576----151-
--Thomas LinardT. LinardCUT-CUT8269----151-
--Dodge KemmerD. KemmerCUT-CUT7477----151-
--Chris WoodC. WoodCUT-CUT7774----151-
--Stuart ManleyS. ManleyCUT-CUT7675----151-
--Lee SlatteryL. SlatteryCUT-CUT7675----151-
--Bernd WiesbergerB. WiesbergerCUT-CUT7874----152-
--Jason KnutzonJ. KnutzonCUT-CUT7874----152-
--Andrew McArthurA. McArthurCUT-CUT7676----152-
--Tom LewisT. LewisCUT-CUT7775----152-
--Jose Manuel LaraJ. Manuel LaraCUT-CUT7479----153-
--Zane ScotlandZ. ScotlandCUT-CUT7974----153-
--Bernd RitthammerB. RitthammerCUT-CUT7380----153-
--John ParryJ. ParryCUT-CUT7677----153-
--Jesus LegarreaJ. LegarreaCUT-CUT8073----153-
--Adam GeeA. GeeCUT-CUT8073----153-
--Steven BrownS. BrownCUT-CUT7479----153-
--Edouard EspanaE. EspanaCUT-CUT7974----153-
--Callum ShinkwinC. ShinkwinCUT-CUT7875----153-
--Daan HuizingD. HuizingCUT-CUT7578----153-
--Adrien SaddierA. SaddierCUT-CUT7875----153-
--Mathias GronbergM. GronbergCUT-CUT7578----153-
--Peter LawrieP. LawrieCUT-CUT8272----154-
--Andrea PavanA. PavanCUT-CUT7480----154-
--Niccolo QuintarelliN. QuintarelliCUT-CUT7975----154-
--Niclas FasthN. FasthCUT-CUT7876----154-
--Mark TulloM. TulloCUT-CUT7579----154-
--Augustin DomingoA. DomingoCUT-CUT8074----154-
--Sam WalkerS. WalkerCUT-CUT7876----154-
--Peter WhitefordP. WhitefordCUT-CUT7777----154-
--Joel SjoholmJ. SjoholmCUT-CUT7777----154-
--Alvaro VelascoA. VelascoCUT-CUT7580----155-
--Jamie ElsonJ. ElsonCUT-CUT8075----155-
--Scott HenryS. HenryCUT-CUT7976----155-
--Carlos AguilarC. AguilarCUT-CUT7877----155-
--Alastair ForsythA. ForsythCUT-CUT8076----156-
--Alexandre KalekaA. KalekaCUT-CUT7878----156-
--Thomas PietersT. PietersCUT-CUT7582----157-
--Eddie PepperellE. PepperellCUT-CUT7978----157-
--Rikard KarlbergR. KarlbergCUT-CUT7978----157-
--Shane LowryS. LowryCUT-CUT7978----157-
--Tim SluiterT. SluiterCUT-CUT8177----158-
--Bjorn AkessonB. AkessonCUT-CUT7880----158-
--Brinson PaoliniB. PaoliniCUT-CUT8080----160-
--Jens FahrbringJ. FahrbringCUT-CUT7981----160-
--Simon DysonS. DysonWD-WD-----------
--Graeme StormG. StormWD-WD79------79-
--Anthony WallA. WallWD-WD81------81-
--Marcel SiemM. SiemWD-WD84------84-
--Christopher DoakC. DoakWD-WD86------86-
--Craig LeeC. LeeDQ-DQ78------78-
--Paul WaringP. WaringDQ-DQ79------79-

Now

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Anirban Lahiri owns 18 career worldwide wins, a top-five in a major championship and has been ranked inside the world's top-50. Sunday's final round of the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges, though, could be a watershed moment for India's best current golfer. Thanks to a third-round 3-under 69, Lahiri finds himself in a share of third place, just two strokes behind the shared lead of Justin Thomas and Scott Brown. Still seeking his first career PGA Tour win, this one would give Lahiri not only plenty of intangible momentum heading into 2018, but exemptions into major championships and WGCs that would only help advance his career moving forward.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Through three rounds, there's a tie atop the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges leaderboard -- and it's between two players seeking very different end games. Justin Thomas is looking to continue the momentum from a 2016-17 campaign that yielded five victories and the Player of the Year award, while Scott Brown is searching for just his second overall title and certainly one which would help define his career. They're two shots clear of the next-closest competitors in South Korea.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Justin Thomas won five tournaments, claimed his first major championship, took the FedEx Cup title and earned Player of the Year honors during the 2016-17 season. Just in case you -- somehow -- thought that was some sort of strange fluke, he opened with a first-round 9-under 63 at the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges, just an extension of that brilliant play he'd displayed in the previous campaign. Thomas posted two eagles and seven birdies against two bogeys to grab the early lead in South Korea.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson is on the auction block. OK, so it's a round of golf with the five-time major-winning lefty, but it's going to cost you. In an effort to raise funds for Operation Healing Forces, Mickelson is offering a round for you and two friends at his home course in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. The estimated value of the round is a mere $250,000. The good news? The current bid is a bargain at just $100,000. The bad news? There's still two weeks left to bid.

Furyk: Great news that Tiger is back

USA Ryder Cup 2018 captain Jim Furyk talks about facing the European crowd and the current situation of Tiger Woods.

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Ryder Cup captains Jim Furyk and Thomas Bjorn met in France on Tuesday for a press conference one year before next year's festivities. They each hit golf balls off the Eiffel Tower, but it wasn't all fun and games. When Furyk, serving as the U.S. skipper for the first time next year, was asked about his team's failure to win on European soil since 1993, he explained, "We have 25 years of scars to overcome. ... Europe has handled those away matches far better in the last 25 years than we have. We might have to take a page from their book and try to figure it out."

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Apparently, the CJ in this week's inaugural CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges must stand for Cash Junket. The first PGA Tour event to be held in South Korea will feature the second-largest non-major/WGC purse of 2017, with $9.25 million in prize money allocated for the no-cut field and $1.6 million to the winner. Perhaps then it's no surprise that big names such as Justin Thomas, Jason Day, Adam Scott and Patrick Reed have all made the trip.

Nick Bewley ESPN 

Not a bad view! Ahead of next year's Ryder Cup, team captains Thomas Bjorn and Jim Furyk tee off from the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Bjorn posted this photo on his twitter account.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Just a few weeks ago, Tiger Woods said never playing competitive golf again was "definitely" a possibility. Never, though, has he wavered in his insistence that he'd at least attempt to make another comeback. As reported by my colleague Bob Harig, Woods has been cleared to start practicing toward that return. If he contends in majors or surges into the upper echelon in the world ranking, all of that can be considered a surprise, based on individual opinions about his future. But the fact that he's now practicing and inching his way toward a comeback shouldn't qualify as surprising news.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

While Tiger Woods has been cleared by his doctor to pursue golf however he sees fit, his agent Mark Steinberg made it clear that the 14-time major champion will not rush. Woods posted video as recently as Sunday of him hitting a driver, a good sign. But there is no talk yet of a competitive return. "He will take it day by day, week by week," Steinberg said.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

It is but one swing, not enough to draw any conclusions. How much can Tiger Woods practice and for how long? Those are bigger questions not yet answered. But he was hitting a driver, which is significant in his comeback. And while the swing speed might be less than desired, given what Woods has been through, that might be a good thing.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

It is but one swing, not enough to draw any conclusions. How much can Tiger Woods practice and for how long? Those are bigger questions not get answered. But he was hitting a driver, which is significant in his comeback. And while the swing speed might be less than desired, given what Woods has been through, that might be a good thing.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

At this time last year, Pat Perez was 40 years old, a one-time PGA Tour winner, ranked outside the world's top 300 and fresh off shoulder surgery. With his convincing four-stroke victory at the CIMB Classic, Perez is now a 41-year-old with three wins and a ranking inside the top-20 -- and that shoulder surgery just might have been the career motivation he needed.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

With his victory Sunday at the CIMB Classic, Pat Perez should crack the top 20 in the Official World Golf Ranking. That's remarkable considering a year ago, after finishing T-33 at this same tournament, he was 333rd in the world. The top 10 is still a ways off, but after a meteoric rise like the past 12 months, who could say that it won't happen for the 41-year-old American?

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Cameron Smith's first career PGA Tour victory came as part of a team event, pairing with Jonas Blixt to win the Zurich Classic this past season. Now the 24-year-old Australian is trying to win one as an individual. Smith opened with a sparkling 8-under 64 at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia, taking a one-stroke lead over three others. He might seem young by usual standards, but Smith is the same age as superstars Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas, the latter of which just happens to be the two-time defending champion of this tournament.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Reigning rookie of the year Xander Schauffele got off to a solid start in his second PGA Tour season by shooting an opening-round 65 at the CIMB Classic on Thursday in Malaysia to stand one-shot behind leader Cameron Smith. Schauffele, who won the Tour Championship in his last start three weeks ago, played the TPC Kuala Lumpur without a bogey. Defending champion Justin Thomas opened with a 2-under-par 70 and is six strokes back.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

The Caddies vs. PGA Tour $50 million dollar class action lawsuit Round 2. Oral argument is scheduled for Thursday morning at 9 am PT in San Francisco, CA before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. The original lawsuit was filed in 2015 then dismissed in February of 2016 by U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria with prejudice. An appeal was filed in June 2016. The fight between the Tour and the caddies is based on the bibs worn during PGA Tour events and caddies not being fairly compensated.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

For the second time in four days, Tiger Woods has posted video of himself taking full swings with a golf club. Woods, 41, is still recovering from fusion surgery on his lower back in April; his agent, Mark Steinberg, said Sunday Woods had yet to be cleared by doctors to begin full golf activity. On Saturday, Woods posted slow-motion video of a full swing; Tuesday it was from a clinic he conducted along with PGA Tour player Kevin Chappell at the Tiger Woods Invitational in Monterrey, Calif., an annual event that benefits his foundation.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Two days after wildfires spread in Napa just hours after the completion of the Safeway Open, I spoke with one PGA Tour official who said that everyone from the tournament -- including competitors and staffers -- had been accounted for and host venue Silverado Resort was still being evacuated. As for the course, it remains unknown at this time as to what extent the damage is.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

One day after the Safeway Open final round was completed, wildfires spread through Napa and host venue Silverado Resort was forced to evacuate. An obviously scary situation for those affected, though it's believed that most competitors in the event were able to leave the facilities before the evacuation.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Two years ago, Brendan Steele was despondent after parlaying a 54-hole Safeway Open lead into only a share of 17th place. That's all ancient history now, as Steele has won the season-opening tournament for the second straight year. With the likes of Tony Finau and Phil Mickelson pushing him down the stretch, Steele hit a 369-yard drive on the par-5 closing hole, then got up and down for birdie to clinch the title yet again.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Tyrrell Hatton has now played the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship four times: He missed the cut in his first two attempts and has won each of his last two. Last year's champion successfully defended his title on Sunday, cruising to a three-stroke victory at the Old Course thanks to a 6-under 66.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Rory McIlroy posted an even-par 72 at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in his final round of the year on Sunday that was emblematic of his overall performance -- not terrible, but hardly the thrilling golf we've come to know from him. McIlroy finishes an injury-plagued 2017 with 18 worldwide starts, seven top-10s and zero victories.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Tyler Duncan isn't just a PGA Tour rookie -- he's an unseasoned rookie on the game's highest level. Prior to this week's season-opening Safeway Open, Duncan's lone start at a PGA Tour event was a missed cut at the 2015 U.S. Open, but through three rounds the Web.com graduate isn't showing any signs of intimidation. The 5-foot-7, 145-pound 28-year-old, who attended Purdue University, owns a one-stroke lead over Chesson Hadley entering the final round, searching for a victory that would rank amongst the unlikeliest in recent years.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson is officially in contention for his first PGA Tour victory since winning the Open Championship four years ago. The Hall of Fame left-hander has played 90 events without a win, but following a third-round 4-under 68 at the Safeway Open, he will enter the final round just a few strokes behind the leaders. Mickelson is fresh off posting a 3-0-1 record at last week's Presidents Cup.