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Jan 21 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Humana Challenge at the par-72 course on Sunday in La Quinta, California 
Brian Gay wins play-off at the second extra hole 
263 Brian Gay (U.S.)              67 66 67 63 
263 David Lingmerth (Sweden)      68 64 69 62 
    Charles Howell III (U.S.)     67 65 67 64 
264 James Hahn (U.S.)             63 67 72 62 
    Scott Stallings (U.S.)        66 65 63 70 
265 Nicholas Thompson (U.S.)      69 66 66 64 
    Ryan Palmer (U.S.)            65 69 66 65 
266 Kevin Chappell (U.S.)         68 69 67 62 
    Jason Kokrak (U.S.)           63 69 69 65 
267 Richard Lee (U.S.)            66 65 70 66 
    Billy Horschel (U.S.)         67 68 65 67 
    Kevin Streelman (U.S.)        69 65 66 67 
    Brian Stuard (U.S.)           71 67 62 67 
    Charley Hoffman (U.S.)        65 67 67 68 
    Stewart Cink (U.S.)           66 67 66 68 
268 Robert Streb (U.S.)           67 69 68 64 
    Matt Kuchar (U.S.)            70 64 69 65 
    Bryce Molder (U.S.)           66 68 68 66 
    Ricky Barnes (U.S.)           65 68 69 66 
    Robert Garrigus (U.S.)        66 67 69 66 
    Bob Estes (U.S.)              69 69 67 63 
    John Rollins (U.S.)           70 65 64 69 
269 Matt Jones (Australia)        68 68 69 64 
    Brandt Snedeker (U.S.)        67 68 67 67 
    Jimmy Walker (U.S.)           66 70 66 67 
    Zach Johnson (U.S.)           66 66 70 67 
270 Tom Gillis (U.S.)             69 66 69 66 
    Fabian Gomez (Argentina)      69 67 67 67 
    Luke Guthrie (U.S.)           73 67 64 66 
    Geoff Ogilvy (Australia)      70 65 70 65 
    Aaron Baddeley (Australia)    64 68 70 68 
    Bo Van Pelt (U.S.)            66 68 68 68 
    Daniel Summerhays (U.S.)      65 68 69 68 
    Jeff Overton (U.S.)           69 71 66 64 
    Kevin Stadler (U.S.)          66 66 68 70 
    Bae Sang-Moon (South Korea)   67 69 64 70 
271 Justin Hicks (U.S.)           69 69 65 68 
    Johnson Wagner (U.S.)         66 70 67 68 
    Doug LaBelle II (U.S.)        64 70 70 67 
    Stephen Ames (Canada)         67 68 68 68 
    Cameron Tringale (U.S.)       65 72 66 68 
    Justin Leonard (U.S.)         67 69 67 68 
    Bud Cauley (U.S.)             70 63 72 66 
    Phil Mickelson (U.S.)         72 67 66 66 
    Lee Williams (U.S.)           67 65 68 71 
    Roberto Castro (U.S.)         63 67 69 72 
272 Carl Pettersson (Sweden)      68 66 69 69 
    Steven Bowditch (Australia)   71 65 67 69 
    Brendon De Jonge (Zimbabwe)   69 69 66 68 
    Jeff Maggert (U.S.)           65 72 67 68 
    Martin Laird (Britain)        69 69 66 68 
    Greg Chalmers (Australia)     64 68 71 69 
    Jerry Kelly (U.S.)            65 71 69 67 
    Camilo Villegas (Colombia)    71 67 67 67 
    Lucas Glover (U.S.)           71 69 65 67 
273 Russell Henley (U.S.)         64 69 71 69 
    William McGirt (U.S.)         68 66 70 69 
    Darron Stiles (U.S.)          66 65 72 70 
    D.J. Trahan (U.S.)            69 68 68 68 
    Brendan Steele (U.S.)         72 70 64 67 
    Tag Ridings (U.S.)            67 71 68 67 
    Ross Fisher (Britain)         74 65 67 67 
274 D.A. Points (U.S.)            67 69 69 69 
    Colt Knost (U.S.)             68 67 71 68 
275 Harris English (U.S.)         67 69 67 72 
    Brad Fritsch (Canada)         69 65 71 70 
    Stuart Appleby (Australia)    67 70 68 70 
    Luke List (U.S.)              70 66 69 70 
    Boo Weekley (U.S.)            68 67 71 69 
    John Senden (Australia)       72 66 68 69 
    Graham DeLaet (Canada)        71 70 65 69 
276 Alistair Presnell (Australia) 68 70 65 73 
    David Mathis (U.S.)           70 66 70 70 
    Shawn Stefani (U.S.)          68 69 69 70 
    Lee Dong-Hwan (South Korea)   70 66 70 70 
277 Michael Bradley (U.S.)        65 69 72 71 
    Jason Bohn (U.S.)             70 69 67 71 
    Charlie Wi (South Korea)      72 64 70 71 
278 Ben Kohles (U.S.)             68 68 66 76 
    David Toms (U.S.)             75 67 64 72 
280 Greg Owen (Britain)           72 65 68 75
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