PGA Tour
$5,600,000 SBS Championship
Kapalua Resort (Plantation Course)
Par 73 - 7411 Yards
Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii
Jan 7 - Jan 10, 2010
 
Sunday's final round (complete)
As of April 1, 2015, at 01:37 PM ET
Field
 
Player Score Rnd 4 Money Won Hole
Geoff Ogilvy -22 (69-66-68-67=270) -6(67) $1,120,000 F
Rory Sabbatini -21 (70-68-70-63=271) -10(63) $645,000 F
Matt Kuchar -19 (67-68-71-67=273) -6(67) $426,000 F
Sean O'Hair -18 (68-67-71-68=274) -5(68) $300,000 F
Martin Laird -18 (67-68-69-70=274) -3(70) $300,000 F
Retief Goosen -17 (70-69-67-69=275) -4(69) $208,333 F
Kenny Perry -17 (70-67-70-68=275) -5(68) $208,333 F
Ryan Moore -17 (69-68-68-70=275) -3(70) $208,333 F
Stewart Cink -16 (68-69-69-70=276) -3(70) $185,000 F
Steve Stricker -15 (73-70-68-66=277) -7(66) $160,000 F
Pat Perez -15 (71-70-67-69=277) -4(69) $160,000 F
Angel Cabrera -15 (68-68-70-71=277) -2(71) $160,000 F
Paul Casey -15 (70-69-69-69=277) -4(69) $160,000 F
John Rollins -14 (68-66-72-72=278) -1(72) $130,000 F
Lucas Glover -14 (66-65-71-76=278) +3(76) $130,000 F
Nick Watney -13 (67-71-70-71=279) -2(71) $110,000 F
Dustin Johnson -13 (67-71-72-69=279) -4(69) $110,000 F
Zach Johnson -12 (72-69-71-68=280) -5(68) $95,000 F
Y.E. Yang -11 (70-74-66-71=281) -2(71) $90,000 F
Stephen Ames -10 (71-69-71-71=282) -2(71) $85,000 F
Brian Gay -9 (72-71-70-70=283) -3(70) $83,000 F
Nathan Green -6 (67-70-77-72=286) -1(72) $81,000 F
Jerry Kelly -5 (69-70-74-74=287) +1(74) $78,000 F
Troy Matteson -5 (73-70-73-71=287) -2(71) $78,000 F
Michael Bradley -4 (73-72-71-72=288) -1(72) $74,000 F
Bo Van Pelt -4 (72-70-73-73=288)   E(73) $74,000 F
Heath Slocum -2 (75-71-71-73=290)   E(73) $70,500 F
Mark Wilson -2 (74-71-70-75=290) +2(75) $70,500 F
 
Withdrew/Disqualified
Player Score     Hole
 
 
NOTES
Geoff Ogilvy, who cruised to a six-shot victory last year, became the first repeat SBS champion since Stuart Appleby claimed three straight from 2004-06...The Australian became the ninth straight foreign-born player to win this event...It was Ogilvy`s seventh career PGA Tour win...Lucas Glover, the leader after each of the first three rounds, had the worst day of any player in the field...This marked the start of the 2010 season...Next week is the Sony Open in Hawaii, where Zach Johnson won last year.