Hero World Challenge

  • December 1 - 4, 2016
  • Albany - New Providence
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,309
  • Purse $3,500,000
    Defending Champion Hideki Matsuyama

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Hideki MatsuyamaH. Matsuyama-18+1F65676573270$1,000,000.000-
2-Henrik StensonH. Stenson-16-4F67716668272$400,000.000-
T33Rickie FowlerR. Fowler-13-3F68706869275$191,667.000-
T31Matt KucharM. Kuchar-13-2F67677170275$191,667.000-
T31Dustin JohnsonD. Johnson-13-1F66667271275$191,667.000-
T65Bubba WatsonB. Watson-11-5F72637567277$140,000.000-
T61Jordan SpiethJ. Spieth-11-2F68697070277$140,000.000-
T62Brandt SnedekerB. Snedeker-11EF72646972277$140,000.000-
92Louis OosthuizenL. Oosthuizen-9EF67677372279$125,000.000-
104Patrick ReedP. Reed-8-4F72697168280$120,000.000-
114J.B. HolmesJ.B. Holmes-7+2F64737074281$115,000.000-
121Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson-6-1F72697071282$110,000.000-
T131Brooks KoepkaB. Koepka-5-1F72687271283$108,500.000-
T132Jimmy WalkerJ. Walker-5+1F70746673283$108,500.000-
155Tiger WoodsT. Woods-4+4F73657076284$107,000.000-
162Russell KnoxR. Knox-2+2F69727174286$106,000.000-
17-Emiliano GrilloE. Grillo+1EF70727572289$105,000.000-
--Justin RoseJ. RoseWD-WD74------74$00-

Now

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Sam Burns is having a great Honda Classic playing on a sponsor exemption. And it gets better Sunday as he'll be paired with Tiger Woods. Burns, 21, turned pro last year. He competes on the Web.com Tour and last year was the NCAA Division I player of the year at LSU. He is tied for 11th and a top-10 finish would get him a spot in the Valspar Championship in two weeks.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods will start Sunday 7 shots behind the lead and tees off at 12:45pm ET paired with Sam Burns, who's playing on a sponsors invitation.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Luke List is your 54-hole leader. Still seeking his first career PGA Tour victory. Been a long time coming.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Bob Harig asked Tiger Woods if the "old Tiger" would be mad at a day like today on the golf course.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods has his worst day putting on Saturday. 29 putts, which is still pretty good, so the greens must be getting worse right? The opposite?! That's what Tiger told me.

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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods shot 69 on Saturday at the Honda Classic -- his first round in the 60s in nine rounds this year -- and said it was "probably the highest score I could have shot.'' Woods hit 13 of 18 greens but made just three birdies to finish at even par through 54 holes.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

From 21'5" the par saving putt comes up inches short for Tiger Woods. For the second day in a row Woods goes thru the Bear Trap +2. One hole left, the par five 18th, today playing the easiest hole on the course. Tiger now Even on the day +1 for the tournament.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

More problems on the second par three of the Bear Trap for Tiger Woods. He makes the same mistake on the 17th that he did on the 15th... long and left. A bogey would be a good score from where his golf ball now lies.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger waiting on 17th tee with just a small portion of thousands of fans who surround the hole

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

No bogey free scorecard for Tiger Woods. First hole of the Bear Trap (15th) bites Tiger again. After missing the green long and left, Woods flop shot doesn't find the putting surface. A second chip pass the hole and one putt later, Tiger makes bogey and falls back to Even par for the tournament 6 shots back.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods heads to the Bear Trap -2 for the day and -1 for the tournament. The Bear Trap consists of three holes ranked 3rd, 4th, and 1st in difficulty. He starts on the par three 15th today playing 184 yards.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Once one putt drops... Tiger Woods follows up the long par save with a 14'6" birdie on the par four 13th! Woods is now -1 and now tied for 10th, four shots back of the lead.

Bob Harig @BobHarig

Tiger gets one to drop at 13, a 15-footer for his second birdie of the day. Now -2 today, -1 for the tournament. 4 back of Jamie Lovemark

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods finally drops a long putt and it's a big one to save par on the 12th. Woods remains -1 on the day Even par for the tournament, five shots behind Jamie Lovemark.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Different wind, different results. A caddie told me the wind today is making the course a bit easier today. Great example is the par three 17th. Friday there were 37 balls hit in the water. So far today there have only been 2!