Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai

  • January 21 - 23, 2011
  • Hualalai Resort Golf Club
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,053
  • Purse $1,800,000
    2011 Champion John Cook

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3TOTEARNINGSTEE TIME
1-John CookJ. Cook-22-8F666464194$305,000.00-
2-Tom LehmanT. Lehman-20-8F666664196$184,000.00-
3-Tom WatsonT. Watson-19-4F646568197$130,000.00-
T4-Jeff SlumanJ. Sluman-17-4F656668199$100,000.00-
T4-Russ CochranR. Cochran-17EF626572199$100,000.00-
6-Corey PavinC. Pavin-16-7F676865200$80,000.00-
7-Tom KiteT. Kite-15-4F676668201$70,000.00-
T8-Keith FergusK. Fergus-14-8F696964202$50,600.00-
T8-David FrostD. Frost-14-6F676966202$50,600.00-
T8-Michael AllenM. Allen-14-6F706666202$50,600.00-
T8-Mark O'MearaM. O'Meara-14-4F666868202$50,600.00-
T8-Mark McNultyM. McNulty-14-2F656770202$50,600.00-
T13-Tom Pernice JrT. Pernice Jr-13-5F686867203$37,000.00-
T13-Mike GoodesM. Goodes-13-3F676769203$37,000.00-
15-Jay HaasJ. Haas-12-5F706767204$34,000.00-
T16-Dan ForsmanD. Forsman-11-5F687067205$28,000.00-
T16-Rod SpittleR. Spittle-11-5F716767205$28,000.00-
T16-Fred FunkF. Funk-11-4F696868205$28,000.00-
T16-Fred CouplesF. Couples-11-4F686968205$28,000.00-
T16-Bernhard LangerB. Langer-11-1F656971205$28,000.00-
T21-Nick PriceN. Price-10-7F717065206$22,000.00-
T21-Brad BryantB. Bryant-10-6F687266206$22,000.00-
T21-Ben CrenshawB. Crenshaw-10-2F647270206$22,000.00-
T24-Phil BlackmarP. Blackmar-9-7F727065207$19,500.00-
T24-Loren RobertsL. Roberts-9-3F687069207$19,500.00-
T26-D.A. WeibringD.A. Weibring-8-6F717166208$16,625.00-
T26-Fuzzy ZoellerF. Zoeller-8-5F677467208$16,625.00-
T26-Larry MizeL. Mize-8-2F677170208$16,625.00-
T26-Mike ReidM. Reid-8-2F716770208$16,625.00-
T30-Hale IrwinH. Irwin-7-5F697367209$14,750.00-
T30-Ted SchulzT. Schulz-7-4F687368209$14,750.00-
T32-Bobby WadkinsB. Wadkins-6-3F697269210$13,250.00-
T32-David EgerD. Eger-6-2F707070210$13,250.00-
T32-Lonnie NielsenL. Nielsen-6-1F706971210$13,250.00-
T32-Bruce VaughanB. Vaughan-6+1F677073210$13,250.00-
36-Allen DoyleA. Doyle-5-4F717268211$12,000.00-
T37-Bruce LietzkeB. Lietzke-4-3F746969212$11,250.00-
T37-Craig StadlerC. Stadler-4EF726872212$11,250.00-
39-Gary HallbergG. Hallberg-3+2F706974213$10,750.00-
40-Eduardo RomeroE. Romero+2+1F747173218$10,500.00-
41-Denis WatsonD. Watson+4+1F767173220$10,250.00-
42-Curtis StrangeC. Strange+7+2F757474223$10,000.00-

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