$6,100,000 Waste Management Phoenix Open Leaderboard Scores
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
Club: Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale (Par 71 - 7,216 Yards)
Monday's fourth round - (Complete)

Mark Wilson birdied the second playoff hole to defeat Jason Dufner and win the Phoenix Open...This was his fourth PGA Tour victory and second this year...He captured the Sony Open in Hawaii...Next week is the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, the second pro-am on the tour this year. Dustin Johnson won for the second year in a row in 2010 and nearly titled again there at the U.S. Open, but lost to Graeme McDowell.
Player Score Money Hole
Mark Wilson -18 1,098,000 F
Jason Dufner -18 658,800 F
Vijay Singh -16 353,800 F
Martin Laird -16 353,800 F
Nick Watney -15 222,650 F
J.B. Holmes -15 222,650 F
Gary Woodland -15 222,650 F
Chris Couch -14 164,700 F
Y.E. Yang -14 164,700 F
Brandt Snedeker -14 164,700 F
Webb Simpson -14 164,700 F
Tommy Gainey -14 164,700 F
Ryuji Imada -13 111,020 F
Cameron Beckman -13 111,020 F
Joe Ogilvie -13 111,020 F
Rickie Fowler -13 111,020 F
Geoff Ogilvy -13 111,020 F
Bo Van Pelt -12 82,350 F
Brian Gay -12 82,350 F
D.A. Points -12 82,350 F
Ben Crane -12 82,350 F
William McGirt -11 54,987 F
Frank Lickliter II -11 54,987 F
Alex Prugh -11 54,987 F
Pat Perez -11 54,987 F
Rory Sabbatini -11 54,987 F
Brendon de Jonge -11 54,987 F
Michael Connell -11 54,987 F
Charley Hoffman -10 37,134 F
Dustin Johnson -10 37,134 F
Lucas Glover -10 37,134 F
Matt Bettencourt -10 37,134 F
Hunter Mahan -10 37,134 F
Bubba Watson -10 37,134 F
Phil Mickelson -10 37,134 F
Bill Haas -10 37,134 F
Charlie Wi -9 28,060 F
Tom Lehman -9 28,060 F
Aaron Baddeley -9 28,060 F
Jonathan Byrd -9 28,060 F
Marc Leishman -8 20,770 F
Justin Leonard -8 20,770 F
Chris Kirk -8 20,770 F
Fred Couples -8 20,770 F
Hunter Haas -8 20,770 F
Jeff Overton -8 20,770 F
J.J. Henry -8 20,770 F
Chez Reavie -8 20,770 F
Angel Cabrera -7 15,219 F
Vaughn Taylor -7 15,219 F
Jimmy Walker -7 15,219 F
Brian Davis -7 15,219 F
Martin Piller -6 14,193 F
John Rollins -6 14,193 F
Brendan Steele -6 14,193 F
Jeff Maggert -5 13,908 F
Bill Lunde -4 13,542 F
Davis Love III -4 13,542 F
Troy Kelly -4 13,542 F
Nathan Green -4 13,542 F
Troy Matteson -4 13,542 F
Paul Goydos -3 12,871 F
Bryce Molder -3 12,871 F
Robert Allenby -3 12,871 F
Stephen Ames -3 12,871 F
Jason Bohn -3 12,871 F
Jarrod Lyle -3 12,871 F
Tom Gillis -2 12,322 F
Michael Putnam -2 12,322 F
Josh Teater -2 12,322 F
Andres Romero -1 12,017 F
Brett Wetterich -1 12,017 F
Ryan Moore +1 11,773 F
Cameron Tringale +1 11,773 F
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