Golf-WGC-Champions Tournament scores

Thu Nov 1, 2012 2:37pm IST

Nov 1 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the WGC-Champions Tournament at the par-72 course on Thursday in Shenzhen 
65 Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa)   65 
   Adam Scott (Australia)            65 
66 Phil Mickelson (U.S.)             66 
   Bubba Watson (U.S.)               66 
   Peter Hanson (Sweden)             66 
   Shane Lowry (Ireland)             66 
67 Dustin Johnson (U.S.)             67 
   Prom Meesawat (Thailand)          67 
68 Jang Ik-Jae (South Korea)         68 
   Luke Donald (Britain)             68 
   Scott Piercy (U.S.)               68 
   Wu Ashun (China)                  68 
   Thomas Aiken (South Africa)       68 
   Martin Kaymer (Germany)           68 
   Jason Dufner (U.S.)               68 
69 Ian Poulter (Britain)             69 
   Paul Lawrie (Britain)             69 
   Bill Haas (U.S.)                  69 
70 Garth Mulroy (South Africa)       70 
   Lee Westwood (Britain)            70 
   Ernie Els (South Africa)          70 
   Thongchai Jaidee (Thailand)       70 
   Yuta Ikeda (Japan)                70 
   Carl Pettersson (Sweden)          70 
   Scott Hend (Australia)            70 
71 Greg Chalmers (Australia)         71 
   Jamie Donaldson (Britain)         71 
   Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark)        71 
   Marcel Siem (Germany)             71 
   Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (Spain) 71 
   Julien Quesne (France)            71 
   Graeme McDowell (Britain)         71 
   Keegan Bradley (U.S.)             71 
72 Jeev Milkha Singh (India)         72 
   Masanori Kobayashi (Japan)        72 
   Thaworn Wiratchant (Thailand)     72 
   Liang Wenchong (China)            72 
   Thomas Bjorn (Denmark)            72 
   Bernd Wiesberger (Austria)        72 
   Nick Watney (U.S.)                72 
   Alvaro Quiros (Spain)             72 
   Joost Luiten (Netherlands)        72 
   John Senden (Australia)           72 
   Justin Rose (Britain)             72 
   Brandt Snedeker (U.S.)            72 
73 Marcus Fraser (Australia)         73 
   George Coetzee (South Africa)     73 
   Hiroyuki Fujita (Japan)           73 
   Han Lee (U.S.)                    73 
   Tadahiro Takayama (Japan)         73 
   Marc Leishman (Australia)         73 
   Mark Wilson (U.S.)                73 
   Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium)       73 
   Gaganjeet Bhullar (India)         73 
   Brad Kennedy (Australia)          73 
74 Jaco Van Zyl (South Africa)       74 
   Toshinori Muto (Japan)            74 
   Francesco Molinari (Italy)        74 
   Brendan Jones (Australia)         74 
   Danny Willett (Britain)           74 
75 Geoff Ogilvy (Australia)          75 
   Johnson Wagner (U.S.)             75 
   Branden Grace (South Africa)      75 
   Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spain)      75 
   Zhang Xinjun (China)              75 
76 David Lynn (Britain)              76 
   Robert Garrigus (U.S.)            76 
   Hennie Otto (South Africa)        76 
   Robert Allenby (Australia)        76 
77 Mohammad Siddikur (Bangladesh)    77 
   Kenichi Kuboya (Japan)            77 
78 David Lipsky (U.S.)               78 
   Robert Rock (Britain)             78 
   Richie Ramsay (Britain)           78 
   Kim Hyung-Sung (South Korea)      78 
79 Hu Mu (China)                     79 
   Kyle Stanley (U.S.)               79 
83 Jbe Kruger (South Africa)         83
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