CIMB Classic

  • October 25 - 28, 2012
  • The MINES Resort & Golf Club - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Par 71
    Yards 6,909
  • Purse $6,100,000
    2012 Champion Nick Watney

Final

POSMOVECTRYPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Nick WatneyN. Watney-22-10F71656561262$1,300,000.000-
T2-Robert GarrigusR. Garrigus-21-5F64646966263$485,000.000-
T2-Bo Van PeltB. Van Pelt-21-5F70656266263$485,000.000-
T4-Tiger WoodsT. Woods-19-8F66676963265$265,000.000-
T4-Brendon de JongeB. de Jonge-19-5F68656666265$265,000.000-
T4-Chris KirkC. Kirk-19-4F69666367265$265,000.000-
7-Carl PetterssonC. Pettersson-18-9F69676862266$200,000.000-
8-Jbe' KrugerJ. Kruger-17-3F66646968267$175,000.000-
9-Pat PerezP. Perez-16-6F67686865268$150,000.000-
T10-Scott PiercyS. Piercy-15-9F75686462269$102,500.000-
T10-Gaganjeet BhullarG. Bhullar-15-4F65726567269$102,500.000-
T10-Kevin NaK. Na-15-4F67666967269$102,500.000-
T10-Brian HarmanB. Harman-15-2F64706669269$102,500.000-
T14-Seung-yul NohS. Noh-14-5F71666766270$87,000.000-
T14-Ben CraneB. Crane-14-3F68666868270$87,000.000-
T16-Thaworn WiratchantT. Wiratchant-13-5F72656866271$79,000.000-
T16-John SendenJ. Senden-13-4F72666667271$79,000.000-
T16-Jason DufnerJ. Dufner-13-4F68726467271$79,000.000-
T16-Bill HaasB. Haas-13-3F70656868271$79,000.000-
T16-Jeff OvertonJ. Overton-13-2F64706869271$79,000.000-
T16-Greg ChalmersG. Chalmers-13-1F66666970271$79,000.000-
T22-J.B. HolmesJ.B. Holmes-12-3F66706868272$71,000.000-
T22-Ricky BarnesR. Barnes-12-2F66716669272$71,000.000-
T24-Charlie WiC. Wi-11-4F69667167273$67,000.000-
T24-Marcus FraserM. Fraser-11-3F70706568273$67,000.000-
T26-Masanori KobayashiM. Kobayashi-10-3F69716668274$60,600.000-
T26-John HuhJ. Huh-10-3F70686868274$60,600.000-
T26-Anirban LahiriA. Lahiri-10-2F71666869274$60,600.000-
T26-Martin LairdM. Laird-10-1F68676970274$60,600.000-
T26-Tom GillisT. Gillis-10+2F65706673274$60,600.000-
T31-Kevin StadlerK. Stadler-9-7F67687664275$56,500.000-
T31-Trevor ImmelmanT. Immelman-9+1F72636872275$56,500.000-
T33-Cameron TringaleC. Tringale-8-5F71697066276$53,500.000-
T33-Bob EstesB. Estes-8-2F69687069276$53,500.000-
T33-Johnson WagnerJ. Wagner-8-1F70696770276$53,500.000-
T33-Troy MattesonT. Matteson-8EF63697371276$53,500.000-
T37-Prom MeesawatP. Meesawat-7-1F70696870277$50,000.000-
T37-Ryan PalmerR. Palmer-7-1F69687070277$50,000.000-
T37-Sean O'HairS. O'Hair-7EF69726571277$50,000.000-
40-Marc LeishmanM. Leishman-6-1F75676670278$48,000.000-
T41-Kyle StanleyK. Stanley-5-5F69707466279$46,500.000-
T41-Jimmy WalkerJ. Walker-5EF69687171279$46,500.000-
43-Danny ChiaD. Chia-3-4F66757367281$45,000.000-
T44-William McGirtW. McGirt-2-2F70707369282$43,500.000-
T44-David LipskyD. Lipsky-2-1F68737170282$43,500.000-
46-Siddikur RahmanS. RahmanE-3F73746968284$42,000.000-
47-Shaaban HussinS. Hussin+1-3F74737068285$41,000.000-
48-Scott HendS. Hend+3-1F70777070287$40,000.000-

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