2018 Hero World Challenge final results: Prize money payouts and leaderboard
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2018 Hero World Challenge final results: Prize money payouts and leaderboard


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The 2018 Hero World Challenge final leaderboard is headed by winner Jon Rahm, who picked up his third worldwide win of 2018 with a four-shot win in the Bahamas.

Rahm won on 20-under 268 to beat Tony Finau, as Rahm closed with 7-under 65 to grab the win. Justin Rose finished third, falling shy of yo-yo-ing again with Brooks Koepka in the world No. 1 position in the OWGR. Henik Stenson was solo fourth.



Tiger Woods was 17th out of 18 players, only beating Hideki Matsuyama by a shot.

Rahm won the $1,000,000 winner's share of the $3,500,000 purse.

2018 Hero World Challenge final leaderboard, results and prize money payouts

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POS PLAYER TO PAR R1 R2 R3 R4 TOTAL MONEY
1 Jon Rahm -20 71 63 69 65 268 $1,000,000
2 Tony Finau -16 72 64 67 69 272 $400,000
3 Justin Rose -15 70 70 68 65 273 $250,000
4 Henrik Stenson -14 68 66 69 71 274 $175,000
T5 Patrick Cantlay -13 65 70 76 64 275 $147,500
T5 Rickie Fowler -13 72 67 67 69 275 $147,500
7 Dustin Johnson -12 68 67 72 69 276 $140,000
T8 Alexander Noren -11 69 69 70 69 277 $126,667
T8 Xander Schauffele -11 73 68 66 70 277 $126,667
T8 Gary Woodland -11 72 66 67 72 277 $126,667
11 Patrick Reed -10 65 77 66 70 278 $115,000
T12 Bryson DeChambeau -8 70 71 71 68 280 $109,000
T12 Justin Thomas -8 70 70 70 70 280 $109,000
T12 Bubba Watson -8 69 73 69 69 280 $109,000
15 Keegan Bradley -6 71 69 72 70 282 $107,000
16 Jason Day -5 71 72 70 70 283 $106,000
17 Tiger Woods -1 73 69 72 73 287 $105,000
18 Hideki Matsuyama E 74 68 71 75 288 $100,000


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