UBS Hong Kong Open

  • December 8 - 11, 2016
  • Hong Kong GC
  • Par 70
    Yards 6,699
  • 2017 Champion Sam Brazel

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTTEE TIME
1-Sam BrazelS. Brazel-13-2F66666768267-
21Rafael Cabrera BelloR. Cabrera Bello-12-1F64657069268-
T32Andrew DodtA. Dodt-11-4F69676766269-
T3-Tommy FleetwoodT. Fleetwood-11-2F66686768269-
51David LipskyD. Lipsky-10-2F66706668270-
68Daniel WillettD. Willett-9-4F68667166271-
721Paul WaringP. Waring-8-5F71686865272-
T820Pablo LarrazabalP. Larrazabal-7-4F69706866273-
T811Danny ChiaD. Chia-7-3F69667167273-
T1029Marcus FraserM. Fraser-6-4F71696866274-
T1018Jorge CampilloJ. Campillo-6-3F66717067274-
T1018Jbe' KrugerJ. Kruger-6-3F66726967274-
T102Jason ScrivenerJ. Scrivener-6EF67696870274-
T1443Pep AnglesP. Angles-5-6F69717164275-
T1433Liang Wen-ChongL. Wen-Chong-5-4F70706966275-
T1425Steve LewtonS. Lewton-5-3F68677367275-
T1425Adilson da SilvaA. da Silva-5-3F69716867275-
T1414Carlos PigemC. Pigem-5-2F68687168275-
T145Juvic PagunsanJ. Pagunsan-5-1F67716869275-
T145Joel StalterJ. Stalter-5-1F70706669275-
T14-Peter UihleinP. Uihlein-5EF66706970275-
T146Thongchai JaideeT. Jaidee-5+1F67686971275-
T146Edoardo MolinariE. Molinari-5+1F72686471275-
T149David HowellD. Howell-5+2F70706372275-
T2530Gregory BourdyG. Bourdy-4-4F69687366276-
T253Wade OrmsbyW. Ormsby-4-1F68726769276-
T256Brett RumfordB. Rumford-4EF71686770276-
T2511Stephen GallacherS. Gallacher-4+1F69706671276-
T2918Chien-yao HungC. Hung-3-2F69667468277-
T2910Prom MeesawatP. Meesawat-3-1F73666969277-
T2910Thanyakorn KhrongphaT. Khrongpha-3+1F71676871277-
T2910Arjun AtwalA. Atwal-3+1F70706671277-
T2921Paul DunneP. Dunne-3+3F68696773277-
T2921Soo-min LeeS. Lee-3+3F72686473277-
T2924Justin WaltersJ. Walters-3+4F67676974277-
T3611Justin RoseJ. Rose-2-1F70697069278-
T3611Jordan SmithJ. Smith-2-1F66737069278-
T363Danthai BoonmaD. Boonma-2EF67717070278-
T3617Nathan KimseyN. Kimsey-2+2F67706972278-
T3617Panupol PittayaratP. Pittayarat-2+2F69716672278-
T3622Benjamin HebertB. Hebert-2+3F66706973278-
T3628Daniel ImD. Im-2+4F69676874278-
T4312Patrick ReedP. Reed-1-1F70707069279-
T4315Damien PerrierD. Perrier-1+2F69687072279-
T4512Robert RockR. RockE-1F70687369280-
T4512Alexander BjorkA. BjorkE-1F69717169280-
T452Gaganjeet BhullarG. BhullarE+1F69697171280-
T4517Jens FahrbringJ. FahrbringE+3F67707073280-
T4517Siddikur RahmanS. RahmanE+3F67707073280-
T4526Paul PetersonP. PetersonE+4F66687274280-
T514Miguel TabuenaM. Tabuena+1+2F69697172281-
T514Terry PilkadarisT. Pilkadaris+1+2F69697172281-
T5123Scott HendS. Hend+1+4F69687074281-
T547Miguel Angel JimenezM. Angel Jimenez+2+3F69687273282-
T5426Chris PaisleyC. Paisley+2+5F69716775282-
T5440Shiv KapurS. Kapur+2+7F68696877282-
T57-Sebastien GrosS. Gros+3+2F65737372283-
T57-David DrysdaleD. Drysdale+3+2F69707272283-
T5718Nacho ElviraN. Elvira+3+5F66736975283-
6014Jazz JanewattananondJ. Janewattananond+4+2F69717272284-
T6125Daniel BrooksD. Brooks+5+2F75657372285-
T6113Pavit TangkamolprasertP. Tangkamolprasert+5+3F69717273285-
T614Natipong SrithongN. Srithong+5+4F69707274285-
T614Ian PoulterI. Poulter+5+4F68727174285-
T614Chinnarat PhadungsilC. Phadungsil+5+4F71697174285-
T6122Thitiphun ChuayprakongT. Chuayprakong+5+7F73676877285-
6728Nino BertasioN. Bertasio+7+9F67707179287-
6827Marcus ArmitageM. Armitage+8+4F68717574288-
--Bernd RitthammerB. RitthammerCUT-CUT7170----141-
--Rahil GangjeeR. GangjeeCUT-CUT7170----141-
--Thomas DetryT. DetryCUT-CUT7368----141-
--Haydn PorteousH. PorteousCUT-CUT7269----141-
--Jeunghun WangJ. WangCUT-CUT7269----141-
--Angelo QueA. QueCUT-CUT7368----141-
--Magnus CarlssonM. CarlssonCUT-CUT7071----141-
--Wei Chih LuW. Chih LuCUT-CUT6873----141-
--Scott HenryS. HenryCUT-CUT7368----141-
--Matthieu PavonM. PavonCUT-CUT7468----142-
--Zecheng DouZ. DouCUT-CUT7072----142-
--Duncan StewartD. StewartCUT-CUT6973----142-
--Richard LeeR. LeeCUT-CUT7270----142-
--Mardan MamatM. MamatCUT-CUT6973----142-
--Antonio LascunaA. LascunaCUT-CUT6973----142-
--Lasse JensenL. JensenCUT-CUT7270----142-
--Nicholas FungN. FungCUT-CUT7270----142-
--Pariya JunhasavasdikulP. JunhasavasdikulCUT-CUT7468----142-
--Shaun NorrisS. NorrisCUT-CUT7270----142-
--Chiragh KumarC. KumarCUT-CUT7370----143-
--Julien QuesneJ. QuesneCUT-CUT7271----143-
--Wen-Tang LinW. LinCUT-CUT7073----143-
--Dylan FrittelliD. FrittelliCUT-CUT7469----143-
--Romain WattelR. WattelCUT-CUT7469----143-
--Kiradech AphibarnratK. AphibarnratCUT-CUT7568----143-
--Jyoti RandhawaJ. RandhawaCUT-CUT7172----143-
--Scott BarrS. BarrCUT-CUT7271----143-
--Graeme StormG. StormCUT-CUT6975----144-
--Lian-Wei ZhangL. ZhangCUT-CUT7470----144-
--Jason KnutzonJ. KnutzonCUT-CUT7668----144-
--Steven TileyS. TileyCUT-CUT7470----144-
--Kalem RichardsonK. RichardsonCUT-CUT7272----144-
--Masahiro KawamuraM. KawamuraCUT-CUT7272----144-
--Adam GroomA. GroomCUT-CUT7272----144-
--Chieh-Po LeeC. LeeCUT-CUT7074----144-
--Gregory HavretG. HavretCUT-CUT7470----144-
--Chapchai NiratC. NiratCUT-CUT7173----144-
--S.s.p ChawrasiaS.s.p ChawrasiaCUT-CUT7174----145-
--Keith HorneK. HorneCUT-CUT7471----145-
--Unho ParkU. ParkCUT-CUT7670----146-
--Renato ParatoreR. ParatoreCUT-CUT7769----146-
--Mithun PereraM. PereraCUT-CUT7571----146-
--Javier ColomoJ. ColomoCUT-CUT7274----146-
--Himmat Singh raiH. Singh raiCUT-CUT7275----147-
--Sam WalkerS. WalkerCUT-CUT7572----147-
--Rich BeemR. BeemCUT-CUT7671----147-
--Lionel WeberL. WeberCUT-CUT7176----147-
--Christopher HansonC. HansonCUT-CUT7573----148-
--James StewartJ. StewartCUT-CUT7276----148-
--Humphrey WongH. WongCUT-CUT7673----149-
--Yannick Nathan ArtigolleY. Nathan ArtigolleCUT-CUT7475----149-
--Simon DysonS. DysonCUT-CUT7574----149-
--Brett MunsonB. MunsonCUT-CUT7179----150-
--Chawalit PlapholC. PlapholCUT-CUT7575----150-
--Chan Shih-changC. Shih-changCUT-CUT7279----151-
--Terrence NGT. NGCUT-CUT7477----151-
--Yin Ho YueY. Ho YueCUT-CUT7483----157-
--Rashid KhanR. KhanWD-WD76------76-

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