Fiji International presented by Fiji Airways

  • August 2 - 5, 2018
  • Natadola Bay Golf Course
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,190
  • Purse $940,981
    2018 Champion Gaganjeet Bhullar

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Gaganjeet Bhullar-14F-
2Anthony Quayle-13F-
3Ernie Els-12F-
3Ben Campbell-12F-
5Jarryd Felton-10F-
6Poom Saksansin-8F-
6Jake McLeod-8F-
6Andrew Dodt-8F-
9Matthew Millar-6F-
9Andrew Martin-6F-
11Steven Jeffress-5F-
11Ashun Wu-5F-
11Matthew Griffin-5F-
14James Marchesani-4F-
14Richard Green-4F-
16Damien Jordan-3F-
16Terry Pilkadaris-3F-
18Michael Wright-2F-
18Thitiphun Chuayprakong-2F-
18Lucas Herbert-2F-
18Mark Brown-2F-
18Nick Cullen-2F-
18Travis Smyth-2F-
18Harry Bateman-2F-
25Jazz Janewattananond-1F-
25Vijay Singh-1F-
25Phachara Khongwatmai-1F-
25Rhein Gibson-1F-
25Johannes Veerman-1F-
25Jake Higginbottom-1F-
25Nick Flanagan-1F-
25Justin Harding-1F-
33Cameron JohnEF-
33Yi Keun ChangEF-
33Stephen LeaneyEF-
33Nick VokeEF-
33Marcus FraserEF-
38Yan-wei Liu+1F-
38Scott Strange+1F-
38Michael Hendry+1F-
38Maverick Antcliff+1F-
38Prom Meesawat+1F-
43Soo-min Lee+2F-
43Ajeetesh Sandhu+2F-
43Max McCardle+2F-
43Sam Lee+2F-
47Aaron Townsend+3F-
47Ben Clementson+3F-
49James Nitties+4F-
49John Catlin+4F-
49Daniel Fox+4F-
49Deyen Lawson+4F-
53Dale Brandt-Richards+5F-
53Darren Beck+5F-
55Jason Norris+6F-
55Harrison Endycott+6F-
55Mathew Perry+6F-
58Josh Younger+7F-
58Kieran Muir+7F-
60Aaron Pike+8F-
60Chien-yao Hung+8F-
60Bowen Xiao+8F-
60Scott Vincent+8F-
64Ryan Chisnall+9F-
64Gavin Kyle Green+9F-
66Matthew Stieger+10F-
67Adam Blyth+11F-
67Pavit Tangkamolprasert+11F-
67Justin Walters+11F-
67Masahiro Kawamura+11F-
71Daniel Gale+20F-

Now

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Crazy scene at East Lake as expected and the perils of playing with Tiger shown again. After his par putt at No . 2, hundreds immediately take off for the third while Rory is left to deal with the clamor.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

The perfect way to start for Tiger. A birdie at the first hole after a great approach and it's on.

trey wingo @wingoz

There's a reason Justin Rose is #1 in the world... he's not going to give in. Tremendous comeback after that bogey-bogey start