$3,000,000 Reno-Tahoe Open Leaderboard Scores
Location: Reno, Nevada
Club: Montreux Golf and Country Club (Par 72 - 7,472 Yards)
Sunday's fourth round - (Complete)

Gary Woodland earned his second PGA Tour win ...The event uses the modified stableford scoring system in which eight points are awarded for a double eagle, five for an eagle, two for a birdie and zero for a par. A bogey costs a player one point and a double bogey or worse you subtract three points.
Player Score Money Hole
Gary Woodland +44 540,000 F
Jonathan Byrd +35 264,000 F
Andres Romero +35 264,000 F
Brendan Steele +33 144,000 F
Dicky Pride +32 114,000 F
David Mathis +32 114,000 F
Seung-Yul Noh +31 96,750 F
Rory Sabbatini +31 96,750 F
Chris DiMarco +30 87,000 F
Johnson Wagner +29 81,000 F
Charlie Wi +28 72,000 F
Brian Harman +28 72,000 F
Brendon Todd +27 58,000 F
Richard H. Lee +27 58,000 F
Brandt Jobe +27 58,000 F
Russell Knox +26 46,500 F
Stuart Appleby +26 46,500 F
David Toms +26 46,500 F
Will Claxton +26 46,500 F
Brad Fritsch +25 36,200 F
Scott Langley +25 36,200 F
John Rollins +25 36,200 F
James Hahn +24 28,800 F
Woody Austin +24 28,800 F
Mark Wilson +24 28,800 F
Michael Bradley +23 21,750 F
Peter Tomasulo +23 21,750 F
Justin Hicks +23 21,750 F
Glen Day +23 21,750 F
Rod Pampling +23 21,750 F
Robert Karlsson +23 21,750 F
Ben Kohles +22 16,980 F
Davis Love III +22 16,980 F
Ted Potter, Jr. +22 16,980 F
Kevin Stadler +22 16,980 F
Justin Bolli +22 16,980 F
Bud Cauley +21 14,400 F
Brian Stuard +21 14,400 F
Trevor Immelman +20 11,700 F
Greg Chalmers +20 11,700 F
Nathan Green +20 11,700 F
Robert Gamez +20 11,700 F
Bobby Gates +20 11,700 F
Tom Gillis +20 11,700 F
James Driscoll +20 11,700 F
Dean Wilson +19 8,740 F
Steve LeBrun +19 8,740 F
Robert Streb +19 8,740 F
Luke List +18 7,680 F
Ben Crane +18 7,680 F
Camilo Villegas +17 7,104 F
Matt Bettencourt +17 7,104 F
Colt Knost +17 7,104 F
Thomas Aiken +17 7,104 F
Chris Riley +17 7,104 F
Josh Teater +16 6,720 F
Skip Kendall +16 6,720 F
Chris Williams +16 6,720 F
Marc Turnesa +16 6,720 F
Jeff Gove +16 6,720 F
Vaughn Taylor +15 6,540 F
Ricky Barnes +12 6,480 F
Jim Herman +10 6,360 F
Heath Slocum +10 6,360 F
Joey Snyder III +10 6,360 F
Tag Ridings +9 6,210 F
David Duval +9 6,210 F
Ryuji Imada +8 6,120 F
Scott McCarron +6 6,060 F
Wes Short -1 6,000 F
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Athletics agree to 1-year deal with Abad

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Pistons' Jennings has torn Achilles

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National Hockey League All-Star Game Capsule

John Tavares recorded four goals and Jakub Voracek followed with three scores and three assists, as Team Toews walked away with a 17-12 decision over Team Foligno in the 2015 All-Star Game from Nationwide Arena, the highest-scoring mid-season event in league history. The 2001 event in Denver held the previous mark of 26 combined goals in a 14-12 North American victory over the World, but the new record was set when Jonathan Toews put his own team ahead by a 16-11 count with 5:39 remaining in the contest. Toews and Patrice Bergeron each ended up with a goal and four helpers, with Filip Forsberg, Rick Nash and Tyler Seguin adding two strikes apiece. Corey Crawford -- the last of three goaltenders to give up four goals -- stopped 14-of-18 shots in the third period to earn the win. Ryan Johansen from Team Foligno picked up the MVP award, pacing his side with two goals and as many assists. Patrick Kane and Steven Stamkos added two goals and one assist apiece, while Claude Giroux totaled three points on a tally and two helpers. Marc-Andre Fleury took the loss, charged with seven goals on 16 shots in the second period.

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