Champions Golf Tour
$1,800,000 Mitsubishi Electric Championship
Hualalai Golf Club
Par 72 - 7107 Yards
Kaupulehu-Kona, Hawaii
Jan 23 - Jan 25, 2009
 
Sunday's final round (complete)
As of December 25, 2014, at 09:22 PM ET
Field
 
Player Score Rnd 3 Money Won Hole
Bernhard Langer -18 (64-66-68=198) -4(68) $315,000 F
Andy Bean -17 (67-66-66=199) -6(66) $196,000 F
Jay Haas -15 (65-66-70=201) -2(70) $132,000 F
Jeff Sluman -14 (65-67-70=202) -2(70) $104,750 F
Mark McNulty -14 (69-66-67=202) -5(67) $104,750 F
John Cook -13 (68-67-68=203) -4(68) $80,000 F
Gil Morgan -13 (68-69-66=203) -6(66) $80,000 F
Loren Roberts -12 (71-65-68=204) -4(68) $64,500 F
Brad Bryant -12 (64-65-75=204) +3(75) $64,500 F
Mark James -11 (69-66-70=205) -2(70) $57,000 F
Mark Wiebe -10 (70-65-71=206) -1(71) $47,000 F
Hale Irwin -10 (65-67-74=206) +2(74) $47,000 F
Tom Kite -10 (66-69-71=206) -1(71) $47,000 F
Ben Crenshaw -9 (68-71-68=207) -4(68) $37,000 F
Craig Stadler -7 (72-65-72=209)   E(72) $30,000 F
D.A. Weibring -7 (69-71-69=209) -3(69) $30,000 F
Tom Watson -7 (69-67-73=209) +1(73) $30,000 F
Jerry Pate -7 (67-68-74=209) +2(74) $30,000 F
Curtis Strange -6 (71-67-72=210)   E(72) $24,000 F
Andy North -6 (70-68-72=210)   E(72) $24,000 F
Tom Purtzer -6 (69-70-71=210) -1(71) $24,000 F
Jim Thorpe -6 (69-70-71=210) -1(71) $24,000 F
Bobby Wadkins -6 (70-69-71=210) -1(71) $24,000 F
Allen Doyle -5 (69-72-70=211) -2(70) $20,000 F
R.W. Eaks -5 (66-71-74=211) +2(74) $20,000 F
Lonnie Nielsen -5 (72-65-74=211) +2(74) $20,000 F
Mike Reid -4 (68-74-70=212) -2(70) $17,500 F
Gary Player -4 (70-71-71=212) -1(71) $17,500 F
Eduardo Romero -2 (73-69-72=214)   E(72) $15,500 F
Bruce Lietzke -2 (69-72-73=214) +1(73) $15,500 F
Bruce Vaughan -2 (70-71-73=214) +1(73) $15,500 F
Denis Watson -1 (70-73-72=215)   E(72) $14,500 F
Keith Fergus E (75-71-70=216) -2(70) $14,000 F
Pete Oakley +19 (79-76-80=235) +8(80) $13,500 F
 
Withdrew/Disqualified
Player Score     Hole
 
 
NOTES
Bernhard Langer, the reigning Champions Tour Player and Rookie of the Year, won three times last season and this was his fifth Champions Tour title in all...After two weeks off, the tour returns to action with the Allianz Championship, where Scott Hoch won last season.