THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES

  • October 19 - 22, 2017
  • Nine Bridges - Jeju Island, Korea
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,196
  • Purse $9,250,000
    Defending Champion Justin Thomas

Final

2 Hole Playoff Results
PLAYERHole 18Hole 18
Justin Thomas54
Marc Leishman56
POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Justin ThomasJ. Thomas-9EF63747072279$1,665,000.000-
22Marc LeishmanM. Leishman-9-2F66727170279$999,000.000-
32Cameron SmithC. Smith-8-2F69687370280$629,000.000-
41Whee KimW. Kim-6EF68707272282$444,000.000-
T519Pat PerezP. Perez-5-4F69717568283$302,937.500-
T55Jamie LovemarkJ. Lovemark-5-1F70746871283$302,937.500-
T55Brian HarmanB. Harman-5-1F68727271283$302,937.500-
T53Luke ListL. List-5EF68677672283$302,937.500-
T54Scott BrownS. Brown-5+4F66707176283$302,937.500-
T52Anirban LahiriA. Lahiri-5+2F69716974283$302,937.500-
T119Patrick ReedP. Reed-4-2F66727670284$203,500.000-
T115Jason DayJ. Day-4-1F68747171284$203,500.000-
T115Rafael Cabrera BelloR. Cabrera Bello-4-1F71707271284$203,500.000-
T113Byeong Hun AnB. Hun An-4+1F71736773284$203,500.000-
T159Ian PoulterI. Poulter-3-2F71717370285$152,625.000-
T151Branden GraceB. Grace-3EF72677472285$152,625.000-
T155Chez ReavieC. Reavie-3+1F66727473285$152,625.000-
T1510Lucas GloverL. Glover-3+3F69677475285$152,625.000-
T199Charles Howell IIIC. Howell III-2-3F67727869286$116,087.500-
T195Ollie SchniederjansO. Schniederjans-2-1F67727671286$116,087.500-
T199Kyle StanleyK. Stanley-2+2F68717374286$116,087.500-
T199Paul CaseyP. Casey-2+2F72716974286$116,087.500-
T237Morgan HoffmannM. Hoffmann-1+2F73716974287$92,500.000-
T2313Nick TaylorN. Taylor-1+3F68727275287$92,500.000-
253Adam ScottA. ScottE-1F72757071288$81,400.000-
T262Tony FinauT. Finau+1EF67757572289$72,612.500-
T266Harold Varner, IIIH. Varner, III+1+3F69727375289$72,612.500-
T286Kyung-tae KimK. Kim+2EF70727672290$62,900.000-
T286Charl SchwartzelC. Schwartzel+2EF71727572290$62,900.000-
T28-Kevin TwayK. Tway+2+1F71727473290$62,900.000-
T284Hudson SwaffordH. Swafford+2+3F68737475290$62,900.000-
T288Thomas PietersT. Pieters+2+4F71687576290$62,900.000-
T331Stewart CinkS. Cink+3+1F71707773291$52,262.500-
T336Russell HenleyR. Henley+3EF67767672291$52,262.500-
T335Patrick RodgersP. Rodgers+3+2F69757374291$52,262.500-
T362Jinho ChoiJ. Choi+4+2F71717674292$44,515.630-
T362Seung-yul NohS. Noh+4+2F79657474292$44,515.630-
T368Wesley BryanW. Bryan+4+3F70727575292$44,515.620-
T3610Camilo VillegasC. Villegas+4-1F71757571292$44,515.620-
T402Emiliano GrilloE. Grillo+5+1F70767473293$37,000.000-
T4020Robert StrebR. Streb+5+7F69717479293$37,000.000-
T4016James HahnJ. Hahn+5-2F74737670293$37,000.000-
T4021Gary WoodlandG. Woodland+5-3F78727469293$37,000.000-
T445Si Woo KimS. Woo Kim+6+3F70757475294$30,525.000-
T442Kelly KraftK. Kraft+6+2F73737474294$30,525.000-
T442Jung-gon HwangJ. Hwang+6+1F76697673294$30,525.000-
T475Keegan BradleyK. Bradley+7+3F70737775295$23,759.290-
T471Bud CauleyB. Cauley+7+2F69777574295$23,759.290-
T471Kevin NaK. Na+7+2F74737474295$23,759.290-
T475Kyoung-Hoon LeeK. Lee+7+1F71767573295$23,759.280-
T475Chris StroudC. Stroud+7+1F71757673295$23,759.290-
T479Adam HadwinA. Hadwin+7EF75727672295$23,759.280-
T479C.T. PanC.T. Pan+7EF72777472295$23,759.280-
T5415Jhonattan VegasJ. Vegas+8+5F67777577296$21,182.500-
T548Daniel BergerD. Berger+8+3F70747775296$21,182.500-
T542Chris KirkC. Kirk+8+2F72747674296$21,182.500-
T542Sung-hoon KangS. Kang+8+2F73747574296$21,182.500-
T5816Young-han SongY. Song+9+5F75717477297$20,627.500-
T583Seunghyuk KimS. Kim+9+1F77737473297$20,627.500-
601Hyungjoon LeeH. Lee+10+2F73727974298$20,350.000-
T6115Chad CampbellC. Campbell+11+6F74747378299$19,980.000-
T615Sang-Moon BaeS. Bae+11+4F71767676299$19,980.000-
T614Rod PamplingR. Pampling+11+2F68787974299$19,980.000-
T648Graeme McDowellG. McDowell+12+5F73737777300$19,517.500-
T643Jonas BlixtJ. Blixt+12+1F76718073300$19,517.500-
667Cody GribbleC. Gribble+13-1F73817671301$19,240.000-
T672K.J. ChoiK.J. Choi+14+5F69748277302$18,777.500-
T67-Gavin Kyle GreenG. Kyle Green+14+3F66827975302$18,777.500-
T67-J.B. HolmesJ.B. Holmes+14+3F75797375302$18,777.500-
T676Ryan RuffelsR. Ruffels+14EF75748172302$18,777.500-
7110Danny LeeD. Lee+15+7F71738079303$18,315.000-
T721Junghwan LeeJ. Lee+17+5F72777977305$18,037.500-
T72-Xander SchauffeleX. Schauffele+17+4F69827876305$18,037.500-
741Jim HermanJ. Herman+20+3F75817775308$17,760.000-
758Jeunghun WangJ. Wang+21+10F74747982309$17,575.000-
76-Grayson MurrayG. Murray+25+7F75788179313$17,390.000-
771Gyu Min LeeG. Min Lee+37+9F87807781325$00-
--Graham DeLaetG. DeLaetWD-WD7080----150$00-

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