The 2019 Hero World Challenge final leaderboard is headed by winner Henrik Stenson, who pulled out a one-shot victory over defending champion Jon Rahm at Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas.
Stenson won the 18-man unofficial event on 18-under 270, making a late eagle to set the stage for his first worldwide win in two years.
Rahm had posted his second 66 of the week in search of consecutive wins after taking the European Tour’s season-ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai and their season-long Race to Dubai in his last start.
Host Tiger Woods had the lead alone early on Sunday, but then he struggled to the house, finishing solo fourth behind Patrick Reed.
Stenson won the $1,000,000 winner’s share of the $3,500,000 purse.
Hero World Challenge recap notes
Stenson won 46 Official World Golf Ranking points for taking the tournament, jumping his world ranking.
In total, 11 of the 12 players on Tiger Woods’ American Presidents Cup team — including Woods himself, who will be a playing captain — competed in the event. The three European players in the field, all Ryder Cup stalwarts, finished ahead of eight of the American Presidents Cup players.
Bubba Watson was the only player to finish over par for the tournament.
The Hero World Challenge donated money for each birdie, eagle and hole-in-one (none were made) to the One Bahamas Fund, which is raising funds for Hurricane Dorian relief. In total, $184,500 was raised.
Stenson’s win is considered unofficial on the PGA Tour, and he did not earn FedEx Cup points or other benefits for the victory.
2019 Hero World Challenge final leaderboard, results and prize money payouts
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