Found March 18, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Sunday At Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead Course) Palm Harbor, Florida Purse: $5.5 million Yardage: 7,340; Par: 71 Final Round (x-won on first playoff hole) x-Luke Donald (500), $990,000 67-68-70-66-271 Sang-Moon Bae (208), $410,667 69-66-68-68-271 Jim Furyk (208), $410,667 66-70-66-69-271 Robert Garrigus (208), $410,667 67-72-68-64-271 Ken Duke (96), $193,188 68-67-69-68-272 Ernie Els (96), $193,188 70-67-68-67-272 Jeff Overton (96), $193,188 68-69-69-66-272 Scott Piercy (96), $193,188 69-68-73-62-272 Bo Van Pelt (80), $159,500 70-68-69-66-273 Jason Dufner (68), $132,000 66-66-71-71-274 Matt Kuchar (68), $132,000 73-67-69-65-274 Webb Simpson (68), $132,000 68-69-69-68-274 Kevin Streelman (68), $132,000 68-69-69-68-274 Chris DiMarco (57), $101,750 70-67-69-69-275 Charley Hoffman (57), $101,750 69-71-67-68-275 Bud Cauley (54), $85,250 68-71-69-68-276 Sergio Garcia (54), $85,250 68-68-70-70-276 Geoff Ogilvy (54), $85,250 72-68-70-66-276 Michael Thompson (54), $85,250 68-70-71-67-276 Jason Day (47), $53,839 69-72-67-69-277 Padraig Harrington (47), $53,839 61-73-72-71-277 Jerry Kelly (47), $53,839 69-68-71-69-277 John Mallinger (47), $53,839 72-66-66-73-277 Bryce Molder (47), $53,839 67-71-73-66-277 Louis Oosthuizen (47), $53,839 73-68-68-68-277 Chez Reavie (47), $53,839 68-70-67-72-277 David Toms (47), $53,839 67-72-67-71-277 Retief Goosen (47), $53,839 69-68-65-75-277 Kris Blanks (38), $32,756 73-68-70-67-278 Greg Chalmers (38), $32,756 70-70-68-70-278 Justin Leonard (38), $32,756 69-70-72-67-278 Kenny Perry (38), $32,756 66-70-72-70-278 Justin Rose (38), $32,756 67-70-75-66-278 Will Claxton (38), $32,756 64-74-68-72-278 William McGirt (38), $32,756 66-68-73-71-278 Brandt Snedeker (38), $32,756 69-72-67-70-278 Gary Woodland (38), $32,756 68-71-68-71-278 Brian Davis (31), $23,100 69-71-69-70-279 Bill Lunde (31), $23,100 68-73-68-70-279 Shaun Micheel (31), $23,100 71-69-66-73-279 Kevin Na (31), $23,100 71-68-69-71-279 Kyle Reifers (31), $23,100 70-68-70-71-279 John Senden (31), $23,100 66-70-70-73-279 Jason Bohn (27), $18,700 66-71-70-73-280 Jamie Lovemark (27), $18,700 70-67-69-74-280 Robert Allenby (23), $15,246 69-72-69-71-281 K.J. Choi (23), $15,246 71-70-73-67-281 Zach Johnson (23), $15,246 71-68-72-70-281 George McNeill (23), $15,246 67-68-72-74-281 Cameron Tringale (23), $15,246 66-71-70-74-281 Arjun Atwal (19), $13,118 71-70-67-74-282 John Daly (19), $13,118 69-72-70-71-282 Jimmy Walker (19), $13,118 70-69-71-72-282 Nick Watney (19), $13,118 69-72-70-71-282 Brian Gay (13), $12,265 70-70-72-71-283 Peter Hanson, $12,265 70-70-75-68-283 Sunghoon Kang (13), $12,265 68-73-71-71-283 Joe Ogilvie (13), $12,265 67-73-71-72-283 Greg Owen (13), $12,265 70-70-69-74-283 Pat Perez (13), $12,265 71-70-70-72-283 Andres Romero (13), $12,265 70-68-75-70-283 Mark Wilson (13), $12,265 71-70-70-72-283 James Driscoll (7), $11,660 70-70-73-71-284 D.A. Points (7), $11,660 69-72-73-70-284 Vijay Singh (7), $11,660 71-70-72-71-284 Chris Couch (4), $11,275 67-68-73-77-285 Tom Gillis (4), $11,275 72-69-71-73-285 J.J. Henry (4), $11,275 70-71-73-71-285 Marc Leishman (4), $11,275 71-70-71-73-285 Kevin Chappell (1), $10,890 69-69-75-73-286 Stewart Cink (1), $10,890 67-74-72-73-286 Troy Matteson (1), $10,890 70-69-71-76-286 Jonathan Byrd (1), $10,670 72-69-76-71-288 Rory Sabbatini (1), $10,560 68-72-72-77-289 Michael Bradley (1), $10,450 71-70-74-75-290 Jesper Parnevik (1), $10,340 69-72-75-75-291 Charlie Wi (1), $10,230 70-71-73-78-292
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