KLM Open

  • September 13 - 16, 2018
  • The Dutch
  • Par 71
    Yards 6,983
  • Purse $2,148,483
    2018 Champion Ashun Wu

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Ashun Wu-16F-
2Chris Wood-15F-
3Thomas Detry-14F-
3Hideto Tanihara-14F-
5Padraig Harrington-13F-
6Eddie Pepperell-12F-
6Soren Kjeldsen-12F-
6Bradley Dredge-12F-
6David Drysdale-12F-
10Jordan Smith-11F-
11Pablo Larrazabal-10F-
11Austin Connelly-10F-
11Benjamin Hebert-10F-
11Erik van Rooyen-10F-
15Jason Scrivener-9F-
15Martin Kaymer-9F-
15Jorge Campillo-9F-
15Richard McEvoy-9F-
15Jonathan Thomson-9F-
20Alexander Levy-8F-
20Wade Ormsby-8F-
20Matthew Baldwin-8F-
20Andrea Pavan-8F-
24Adrian Otaegui-7F-
24Matthew Southgate-7F-
24Mikko Korhonen-7F-
24Haotong Li-7F-
28Chase Koepka-6F-
28Jaco Van Zyl-6F-
28Ashley Chesters-6F-
28Lucas Herbert-6F-
28Sam Brazel-6F-
28Josh Geary-6F-
28Haydn Porteous-6F-
28Andy Sullivan-6F-
36Lee Westwood-5F-
36Jeunghun Wang-5F-
36Renato Paratore-5F-
36Maximilian Kieffer-5F-
36Julien Guerrier-5F-
41Gregory Havret-4F-
41Paul Peterson-4F-
41Daniel Im-4F-
44George Coetzee-3F-
44Richard Bland-3F-
46Adam Bland-2F-
46Jacques Kruyswijk-2F-
46Richie Ramsay-2F-
46Nino Bertasio-2F-
46Andrew Dodt-2F-
46Matthew Nixon-2F-
46Steve Webster-2F-
53Ricardo Gonzalez-1F-
53Mark Reynolds-1F-
53Justin Walters-1F-
53Soo-min Lee-1F-
57Jinho ChoiEF-
57Felipe AguilarEF-
57Connor SymeEF-
57Matteo ManasseroEF-
57Max AlbertusEF-
57Simon KhanEF-
57Gregory BourdyEF-
64Sam Horsfield+1F-
64Sebastian Heisele+1F-
64Johan Edfors+1F-
64Nicolas Colsaerts+1F-
68David Horsey+3F-
68Matthew Jordan+3F-
68Bradley Neil+3F-
68Kevin Stadler+3F-
68Scott Jamieson+3F-
73Henric Sturehed+4F-
74Darren Fichardt+5F-

Now

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

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Even with a bogey, it was an amazing nine holes for Tiger Woods at East Lake on Saturday. He started his round with 5 straight 3s, made 6 birdies and and shot 30 after a bogey at the long par-3 ninth. He is -12 and 4 strokes ahead of Justin Rose heading to the back at the Tour Championship.