$8,000,000 The Barclays Leaderboard Scores
Location: Jersey City, New Jersey
Club: Liberty National Golf Club (Par 71 - 7,353 Yards)
Sunday's fourth round - (Complete)

Adam Scott carded a 5-under 66 on Sunday and hung on for a 1-stroke victory over four players to claim his second victory of the season at 11-under-par 273.
Player Score Money Hole
Adam Scott -11 1,440,000 F
Gary Woodland -10 528,000 F
Tiger Woods -10 528,000 F
Justin Rose -10 528,000 F
Graham DeLaet -10 528,000 F
Jim Furyk -9 268,000 F
Phil Mickelson -9 268,000 F
D.A. Points -9 268,000 F
Nick Watney -8 208,000 F
Rickie Fowler -8 208,000 F
Jason Kokrak -8 208,000 F
Matt Every -8 208,000 F
Bubba Watson -7 160,000 F
Rory Sabbatini -7 160,000 F
Webb Simpson -6 132,000 F
Daniel Summerhays -6 132,000 F
Kevin Chappell -6 132,000 F
John Huh -6 132,000 F
Matt Kuchar -5 93,600 F
Brendon de Jonge -5 93,600 F
Kevin Streelman -5 93,600 F
Jordan Spieth -5 93,600 F
David Lynn -5 93,600 F
Rory McIlroy -5 93,600 F
Hunter Mahan -4 58,500 F
Bryce Molder -4 58,500 F
Ryan Moore -4 58,500 F
Charl Schwartzel -4 58,500 F
Bill Haas -4 58,500 F
Roberto Castro -4 58,500 F
Jason Day -4 58,500 F
Lee Westwood -4 58,500 F
Keegan Bradley -3 44,200 F
Charles Howell III -3 44,200 F
Matt Jones -3 44,200 F
Chris Stroud -3 44,200 F
Freddie Jacobson -2 36,800 F
Sergio Garcia -2 36,800 F
Greg Chalmers -2 36,800 F
Jason Dufner -2 36,800 F
Luke Donald -1 32,000 F
Stuart Appleby -1 32,000 F
Aaron Baddeley E 24,960 F
Erik Compton E 24,960 F
Brian Gay E 24,960 F
Henrik Stenson E 24,960 F
Scott Piercy E 24,960 F
Kevin Stadler E 24,960 F
George McNeill E 24,960 F
John Merrick +1 19,480 F
Kyle Stanley +1 19,480 F
Nicholas Thompson +1 19,480 F
Martin Kaymer +1 19,480 F
Martin Flores +2 18,320 F
Camilo Villegas +2 18,320 F
Jimmy Walker +2 18,320 F
Carl Pettersson +2 18,320 F
Cameron Tringale +3 17,680 F
Boo Weekley +3 17,680 F
Bob Estes +3 17,680 F
Jonas Blixt +3 17,680 F
Scott Brown +4 17,120 F
Scott Langley +4 17,120 F
John Senden +4 17,120 F
Geoff Ogilvy +5 16,800 F
Jeff Overton +6 16,560 F
Ryan Palmer +6 16,560 F
K.J. Choi +7 16,240 F
Stewart Cink +7 16,240 F
Charley Hoffman +8 16,000 F
Marc Leishman +10 15,840 F
Martin Laird +11 15,520 F
David Hearn +11 15,520 F
Josh Teater +11 15,520 F
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National Hockey League All-Star Game Capsule

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