Golf-European Tour Abu Dhabi Championship scores

Sun Jan 20, 2013 6:25pm IST

Jan 20 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour Abu Dhabi Championship at the par-72 course on Sunday in Abu Dhabi 
274 Jamie Donaldson (Britain)         67 70 69 68 
275 Justin Rose (Britain)             67 69 68 71 
    Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark)        68 69 69 69 
277 Ricardo Santos (Portugal)         71 72 66 68 
278 Branden Grace (South Africa)      71 69 73 65 
279 Joost Luiten (Netherlands)        70 69 73 67 
    Martin Kaymer (Germany)           71 69 70 69 
    David Howell (Britain)            69 71 68 71 
280 Jason Dufner (U.S.)               71 69 72 68 
    Jorge Campillo (Spain)            74 68 69 69 
    George Coetzee (South Africa)     69 71 71 69 
    Anders Hansen (Denmark)           71 71 69 69 
    Peter Hanson (Sweden)             73 72 66 69 
    Jbe Kruger (South Africa)         72 69 69 70 
    Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (Spain) 70 67 71 72 
    Thongchai Jaidee (Thailand)       70 71 66 73 
281 Craig Lee (Britain)               72 70 72 67 
    S.S.P. Chowrasia (India)          73 73 65 70 
    Michael Campbell (New Zealand)    69 71 69 72 
    Andrew Dodt (Australia)           74 70 65 72 
282 Marcus Fraser (Australia)         75 71 67 69 
    Bernd Wiesberger (Austria)        74 71 66 71 
283 Henrik Stenson (Sweden)           69 71 76 67 
    Richard Green (Australia)         71 75 70 67 
    Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spain)      74 72 69 68 
    Paul Casey (Britain)              71 73 70 69 
    Padraig Harrington (Ireland)      72 72 70 69 
    Matteo Manassero (Italy)          72 68 73 70 
    Peter Lawrie (Ireland)            72 72 69 70 
    Danny Willett (Britain)           70 71 71 71 
    Richie Ramsay (Britain)           73 68 67 75 
285 Steve Webster (Britain)           73 72 72 68 
    Soren Kjeldsen (Denmark)          70 71 75 69 
    Phillip Price (Britain)           72 74 69 70 
    Keith Horne (South Africa)        72 69 73 71 
    Darren Fichardt (South Africa)    72 70 72 71 
    Alexander Noren (Sweden)          76 70 68 71 
    Lorenzo Gagli (Italy)             74 68 70 73 
286 Mark Foster (Britain)             72 72 74 68 
    Ernie Els (South Africa)          71 73 72 70 
    Marcel Siem (Germany)             72 72 72 70 
    Liang Wenchong (China)            69 72 74 71 
    Raphael Jacquelin (France)        72 69 73 72 
    Alejandro Canizares (Spain)       73 69 72 72 
    Pablo Larrazabal (Spain)          68 74 72 72 
    Andreas Harto (Denmark)           74 72 68 72 
    Gareth Maybin (Britain)           71 71 71 73 
287 Richard Bland (Britain)           72 73 72 70 
    Peter Whiteford (Britain)         73 70 73 71 
    Garth Mulroy (South Africa)       71 68 75 73 
    Prom Meesawat (Thailand)          76 69 69 73 
288 Simon Dyson (Britain)             75 70 72 71 
    Thomas Bjorn (Denmark)            72 74 71 71 
    Paul Lawrie (Britain)             74 71 71 72 
    Ricardo Gonzalez (Argentina)      72 72 70 74 
289 Fabrizio Zanotti (Paraguay)       76 70 73 70 
    Ignacio Garrido (Spain)           75 70 73 71 
    Joel Sjoeholm (Sweden)            71 70 74 74 
    Todd Hamilton (U.S.)              75 69 71 74 
    Johan Edfors (Sweden)             71 73 68 77 
290 Michael Hoey (Britain)            72 73 74 71 
    Gregory Bourdy (France)           72 73 73 72 
    Tom Lewis (Britain)               74 72 71 73 
291 Graeme Storm (Britain)            72 73 73 73 
    Romain Wattel (France)            73 69 73 76 
292 Robert Coles (Britain)            73 70 77 72 
    Oliver Fisher (Britain)           73 71 74 74 
293 Andy Sullivan (Britain)           71 73 76 73 
294 David Horsey (Britain)            74 72 73 75 
296 Chris Wood (Britain)              73 71 77 75
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