Hyundai Tournament of Champions

  • January 6 - 9, 2011
  • Plantation Course at Kapalua - Kapalua, Maui, HI
  • Par 73
    Yards 7,411
  • Purse $5,600,000
    Defending Champion Jonathan Byrd

Final

2 Hole Playoff Results
PLAYERHole 18Hole 1
Jonathan Byrd54
Robert Garrigus55
POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Jonathan ByrdJ. Byrd-24-6F66686767268$1,120,000.00500-
2-Robert GarrigusR. Garrigus-24-6F69636967268$635,000.00300-
3-Graeme McDowellG. McDowell-23-11F71686862269$412,000.00190-
T4-Carl PetterssonC. Pettersson-20-5F66677168272$286,500.00123-
T4-Steve StrickerS. Stricker-20-2F69676571272$286,500.00123-
T6-Ian PoulterI. Poulter-18-7F70687066274$201,500.0095-
T6-Matt KucharM. Kuchar-18-4F69706669274$201,500.0095-
8-Bill HaasB. Haas-16-4F68706969276$182,000.0085-
T9-Jason DayJ. Day-14-3F73666970278$162,000.0075-
T9-Dustin JohnsonD. Johnson-14-5F71667368278$162,000.0075-
T9-Jim FurykJ. Furyk-14-3F68687270278$162,000.0075-
T12-Arjun AtwalA. Atwal-13-3F72696870279$132,000.0061-
T12-Bill LundeB. Lunde-13-2F70687071279$132,000.0060-
T12-Justin RoseJ. Rose-13-5F75676968279$132,000.0061-
T15-Ryan PalmerR. Palmer-12-3F70726870280$107,000.0056-
T15-Francesco MolinariF. Molinari-12-3F69677470280$107,000.000-
T17-Tim ClarkT. Clark-11-5F72687368281$87,000.0054-
T17-Ernie ElsE. Els-11-2F72647471281$87,000.0054-
T19-Matt BettencourtM. Bettencourt-10-4F73707069282$75,500.0052-
T19-Anthony KimA. Kim-10-5F69717468282$75,500.0052-
T21-Ben CraneB. Crane-9-1F67707472283$71,000.0049-
T21-Adam ScottA. Scott-9EF73677073283$71,000.0050-
T23-Cameron BeckmanC. Beckman-8-2F72717071284$67,000.0048-
T23-Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson-8-2F71736971284$67,000.0048-
T25-Bubba WatsonB. Watson-7-1F70707372285$62,000.0045-
T25-Hunter MahanH. Mahan-7-6F70707867285$62,000.0045-
T25-Charley HoffmanC. Hoffman-7+2F68756775285$62,000.0045-
T28-Jason BohnJ. Bohn-6-3F72727270286$58,500.0043-
T28-Heath SlocumH. Slocum-6-3F70747270286$58,500.0043-
30-Stuart ApplebyS. Appleby-3-1F69757372289$57,000.0041-
31-Rocco MediateR. Mediate+3-2F79707571295$56,000.0040-
32-Derek LamelyD. Lamely+4-3F72767870296$55,000.0039-
--Camilo VillegasC. VillegasDQ-DQ----------$00-
--Geoff OgilvyG. OgilvyCut-Cut----------$00-

Now

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

The decision on whether to move the PGA Championship to May -- thus necessitating a move to March for the Players Championship and allowing the PGA Tour season to end earlier -- also impacts the European Tour. CEO Keith Pelley said Wednesday at the BMW PGA Championship many decisions for his tour await the PGA Championship decision -- which is not far off. "The PGA of America says they're going to determine whether the PGA Championship is moved to May by the end of August this year,'' he said. "If that's the case, we are going to have to look at everything.''

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Speaking publicly for the first time since a fourth back surgery last month, Tiger Woods posted a status update to his personal website Wednesday afternoon -- and he sounded optimistic about his long-term future. "It is hard to express how much better I feel," he said. "It was instant nerve relief. I haven't felt this good in years." As to whether he believes he can return to competitive golf, Woods didn't mince words: "Unequivocally, I want to play professional golf again."

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Tiger Woods' latest surgery provided "instant nerve relief" the 14-time major champion said Wednesday in a statement on his web site. It's been nearly a month since Woods underwent back fusion surgery on April 19. That was his fourth back surgery since March, 2014. The surgery, according to Woods' surgeon and physiotherapist, was successful. "It's just a matter of not screwing up and letting it fuse," Woods said. As for any retirement talk, Woods made clear that he has no intention of hanging up his golf spikes. "But, I want to say unequivocally, I want to play professional golf again," he said.