$5,700,000 The Heritage Leaderboard Scores
Location: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Club: Harbour Town Golf Links (Par 71 - 6,973 Yards)
Sunday's fourth round - (Complete)

Brandt Snedeker won the title with a par on the third playoff hole...It was his second PGA Tour victory after he won the 2007 Wyndham Championship...If Luke Donald would`ve won, he would`ve become the No. 1 player in the world...The tour heads to Louisiana next week for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, where Jason Bohn won by two shots last year.
Player Score Money Hole
Brandt Snedeker -12 1,026,000 F
Luke Donald -12 615,600 F
Tommy Gainey -11 387,600 F
Ricky Barnes -10 250,800 F
Tim Herron -10 250,800 F
Ben Crane -8 190,950 F
Nick O'Hern -8 190,950 F
Pat Perez -8 190,950 F
Jason Day -7 142,500 F
Paul Goydos -7 142,500 F
Kevin Na -7 142,500 F
Garrett Willis -7 142,500 F
Scott Verplank -7 142,500 F
Chad Campbell -6 91,200 F
Spencer Levin -6 91,200 F
Webb Simpson -6 91,200 F
Chris DiMarco -6 91,200 F
Aaron Baddeley -6 91,200 F
Jason Dufner -6 91,200 F
Chris Couch -6 91,200 F
Mark Wilson -5 52,060 F
Michael Bradley -5 52,060 F
Fredrik Jacobson -5 52,060 F
Bio Kim -5 52,060 F
Brendon de Jonge -5 52,060 F
Jim Furyk -5 52,060 F
Brendan Steele -5 52,060 F
Brian Davis -5 52,060 F
Matt Kuchar -5 52,060 F
Ryuji Imada -4 34,628 F
J.P. Hayes -4 34,628 F
Bill Haas -4 34,628 F
Carl Pettersson -4 34,628 F
Stewart Cink -4 34,628 F
Billy Mayfair -4 34,628 F
Jerry Kelly -3 23,969 F
Ben Curtis -3 23,969 F
Robert Garrigus -3 23,969 F
Jason Bohn -3 23,969 F
Ian Poulter -3 23,969 F
Brian Gay -3 23,969 F
Stephen Ames -3 23,969 F
Camilo Villegas -3 23,969 F
Kevin Streelman -3 23,969 F
Jeff Klauk -3 23,969 F
Boo Weekley -2 15,504 F
Blake Adams -2 15,504 F
Tim Petrovic -2 15,504 F
Alex Cejka -2 15,504 F
David Hearn -2 15,504 F
D.J. Trahan -2 15,504 F
Trevor Immelman -1 13,367 F
Nathan Green -1 13,367 F
Troy Merritt -1 13,367 F
Chris Riley -1 13,367 F
Ben Martin E 12,768 F
Greg Chalmers E 12,768 F
Josh Teater E 12,768 F
Steve Flesch E 12,768 F
James Driscoll E 12,768 F
Heath Slocum +1 12,312 F
Chad Collins +1 12,312 F
Graeme McDowell +1 12,312 F
Daniel Summerhays +2 12,027 F
Matt Bettencourt +2 12,027 F
Steve Elkington +3 11,742 F
Lee Janzen +3 11,742 F
Arjun Atwal +3 11,742 F
Will MacKenzie +4 11,457 F
Kris Blanks +4 11,457 F
Kent Jones +6 11,229 F
John Daly +6 11,229 F
Charlie Wi +8 11,058 F
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