2012 Open Championship

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2012 Open Championship
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Tournament information
Dates 19–22 July 2012
Location Lytham St Annes,
Lancashire, England
Course(s) Royal Lytham & St Annes
Golf Club
Tour(s)
Statistics
Par 70
Length 7,086 yards (6,479 m)[1]
Field 156 players, 83 after cut
Cut 143 (+3)
Prize fund £5,000,000
6,316,000
$7,810,500
Winner's share £900,000
€1,136,880
$1,405,890
Champion
South Africa Ernie Els
273 (−7)
Lytham &St Annes is located in England
Lytham &St Annes
Lytham &
St Annes
Location in England
Lytham &St Annes is located in Lancashire
Lytham &St Annes
Lytham &
St Annes
Location in Lancashire. England

The 2012 Open Championship was the 141st Open Championship, held 19−22 July at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, England. Ernie Els won his second Claret Jug, one stroke ahead of runner-up Adam Scott. Tiger Woods and Brandt Snedeker finished tied for third, four strokes behind Els, who gained his fourth major title.[2][3]

Scott was the leader after 54 holes at 199 (−11), with Els six strokes back, tied for fifth.[4] After a birdie at the 14th hole, Scott was one over par for the round, but bogeyed the final four holes for a 75 and dropped to second. Els, two groups ahead of Scott on the course, birdied the 18th hole for a score of 68 and the clubhouse lead at 273 (−7), which was not relinquished.[4][5]

Entering the final round, Graeme McDowell and Snedeker were tied for second at 203 (−7), four strokes behind Scott.[4] McDowell shot a 75 (+5) and Snedeker a 74 to knock them out of contention; Woods had a triple bogey at the sixth hole and carded a 73 to tie for third with Snedeker.[4]

Venue[edit]

The 2012 event was the eleventh Open Championship to be played at Royal Lytham & St Annes. The previous one was in 2001, when David Duval won his only major championship, three strokes clear of runner-up Niclas Fasth. Tom Lehman won the previous Open at the venue, in 1996.

Course layout[edit]

Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club[1][6]

Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
Yards 205 481 478 392 219 492 592 416 165 3,440 387 598 198 355 444 462 336 453 413 3,646 7,086
Par 3 4 4 4 3 4 5 4 3 34 4 5 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 36 70
  • Hole #6 was a par 5 in previous Opens.
7th hole green in 2009

Lengths of the course for The Open Championship (since 1950):[7]

  • 2012: 7,086 yards (6,479 m), par 70
  • 2001: 6,905 yards (6,314 m), par 71
  • 1996: 6,892 yards (6,302 m), par 71
  • 1988: 6,857 yards (6,270 m), par 71
  • 1979: 6,822 yards (6,238 m), par 71
  • 1974: 6,822 yards (6,238 m), par 71
  • 1969: 6,848 yards (6,262 m), par 71
  • 1963: 6,836 yards (6,251 m), par 70
  • 1958: 6,635 yards (6,067 m), par 71
  • 1952: 6,657 yards (6,087 m)

Field[edit]

Each player is classified according to the first category in which he qualified, but other categories are shown in parentheses.[8][9]

1. Past Open Champions aged 60 or under on 22 July 2012
Mark Calcavecchia, Stewart Cink (2,4), Darren Clarke (2,4,5,7), Ben Curtis (2,4), John Daly, David Duval, Ernie Els (2,4,6,20), Todd Hamilton (2), Pádraig Harrington (2,4,14), Paul Lawrie (6,7), Tom Lehman, Justin Leonard (4), Sandy Lyle, Louis Oosthuizen (2,4,6,7), Tiger Woods (2,6,12,14,20)

2. The Open Champions for 2002–2011

3. Past Open Champions born between 22 July 1946 and 19 July 1948
(This exemption category was introduced in 2008 when the age limit for past Open Champions was reduced from 65 to 60. It enabled those past Champions aged 60 to 65 at that time to continue playing until they were 65. Johnny Miller is now the only player in this category. He has not played in the Open since 1991.)

4. Past Open Champions finishing in the top 10 and tying for 10th place in The Open Championship 2007–2011
Tom Watson

5. First 10 and anyone tying for 10th place in the 2011 Open Championship
Thomas Bjørn (6,7), Chad Campbell, Simon Dyson (6,7), Rickie Fowler (6), Sergio García (6,7), Raphaël Jacquelin, Dustin Johnson (6,16,20), Davis Love III, Phil Mickelson (6,13,16,20)

6. The first 50 players on the Official World Golf Ranking for Week 20, 2012
Aaron Baddeley (16,20), Bae Sang-moon (24), Keegan Bradley (14,16), K. J. Choi (15,16,20), Nicolas Colsaerts (7), Luke Donald (7,8,16), Jason Dufner (16), Jim Furyk (20), Bill Haas (16,20), Anders Hansen (7), Peter Hanson (7), Fredrik Jacobson (16), Zach Johnson, Martin Kaymer (7,14), Matt Kuchar (15,16,20), Martin Laird, Hunter Mahan (16,20), Graeme McDowell (7,12), Rory McIlroy (7,12), Francesco Molinari (7), Kevin Na, Geoff Ogilvy (16,20), Carl Pettersson, Ian Poulter (7), Álvaro Quirós (7), Justin Rose (16), Charl Schwartzel (7,13,20), Adam Scott (16,20), John Senden (16), Brandt Snedeker (16), Steve Stricker (16,20), Bo Van Pelt (16), Nick Watney (16,20), Bubba Watson (13,16,20), Lee Westwood (7), Mark Wilson (16)

7. First 30 in the European Tour Race to Dubai for 2011
Thomas Aiken, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Paul Casey, George Coetzee, Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño, Grégory Havret, Michael Hoey, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, Pablo Larrazábal, Joost Luiten, Alexander Norén, Richie Ramsay

8. The BMW PGA Championship winners for 2010–2012
Simon Khan

9. First 3 and anyone tying for 3rd place, not exempt having applied above, in the top 20 of the 2012 PGA European Tour Race to Dubai on completion of the 2012 BMW PGA Championship
Branden Grace, Jbe' Kruger, Robert Rock

10. First 2 European Tour members and any European Tour members tying for 2nd place, not exempt, in a cumulative money list taken from the seven official European Tour events leading up to and including the 2012 Irish Open
Thongchai Jaidee, Richard Sterne

11. The leading player, not exempt having applied above, in the first 5 and ties of each of the 2012 Alstom Open de France and the 2012 Barclays Scottish Open[15]
Marcel Siem, Jeev Milkha Singh

12. The U.S. Open Champions for 2008–2012
Lucas Glover

13. The U.S. Masters Champions for 2008–2012
Ángel Cabrera, Trevor Immelman

14. The U.S. PGA Champions for 2007–2011
Y. E. Yang (16,20)

15. The U.S. PGA Tour Players Champions for 2010–2012
Tim Clark

16. The leading 30 qualifiers for the 2011 PGA Tour's Tour Championship
Jonathan Byrd, Charles Howell III, Chez Reavie, Vijay Singh, Gary Woodland

17. First 3 and anyone tying for 3rd place, not exempt having applied from #6, in the top 20 of the FedEx Cup points list of the 2012 PGA Tour on completion of the HP Byron Nelson Championship
John Huh, Kyle Stanley, Johnson Wagner

18. First 2 PGA Tour members and any PGA Tour members tying for 2nd place, not exempt, in a cumulative money list taken from The Players Championship and the five PGA Tour events leading up to and including the 2012 Greenbrier Classic
Marc Leishman, Ted Potter, Jr.

19. The leading player, not exempt having applied above, in the first 5 and ties of each of the 2012 Greenbrier Classic and the 2012 John Deere Classic[15]
Troy Kelly, Troy Matteson

20. Playing members of the 2011 Presidents Cup teams
Robert Allenby, Retief Goosen, Ryo Ishikawa, Kim Kyung-tae

21. First place on the 2011 Asian Tour Order of Merit
Juvic Pagunsan

22. First place on the 2011 PGA Tour of Australasia Order of Merit
Greg Chalmers

23. First place on the 2011 Sunshine Tour Order of Merit
Garth Mulroy

24. The 2011 Japan Open Champion

25. First 2, not exempt, on the Official Money List of the Japan Golf Tour for 2011
Tadahiro Takayama, Toru Taniguchi

26. The leading 4 players, not exempt, in the 2012 Mizuno Open[15]
Hiroyuki Fujita, Brad Kennedy, Toshinori Muto, Koumei Oda

27. First 2 and anyone tying for 2nd place, not exempt having applied (26) above, in a cumulative money list taken from all official 2012 Japan Golf Tour events up to and including the 2012 Mizuno Open
Yoshinori Fujimoto, Brendan Jones

28. The Senior British Open Champion for 2011

29. The 2012 Amateur Champion
Alan Dunbar (a)

30. The 2011 U.S. Amateur Champion

31. The 2011 European Individual Amateur Champion
Manuel Trappel (a)

32. The Mark H. McCormack Medal winner for 2011.

  • Patrick Cantlay forfeited his exemption by turning professional in June 2012.

International Final Qualifying

Australasia: Nick Cullen, Ashley Hall, Aaron Townsend[18]
Africa: Adilson da Silva, Andrew Georgiou, Grant Veenstra[19]
Asia: Kodai Ichihara, Anirban Lahiri, Mardan Mamat, Prayad Marksaeng[20]
America: Stephen Ames, Daniel Chopra, James Driscoll, Harris English, Bob Estes, Justin Hicks, Greg Owen, Andrés Romero[21]
Europe: Matthew Baldwin, Alejandro Cañizares, Jamie Donaldson, Richard Finch, Ross Fisher, Marcus Fraser, James Morrison, Thorbjørn Olesen, Lee Slattery, Sam Walker[22]

Local Final Qualifying

Hillside: Warren Bennett, Steven Tiley, Dale Whitnell[23]
Southport & Ainsdale: Ian Keenan, Morten Ørum Madsen, Elliot Saltman[24]
St Annes Old Links: Paul Broadhurst, Rafael Echenique, Barry Lane[25]
West Lancashire: Steven Alker, Steven O'Hara, Scott Pinckney[26]
  • (a) denotes amateur

Twenty players were appearing in their first major championship: Nick Cullen, Alan Dunbar, Harris English, Yoshinori Fujimoto, Andrew Georgiou, Ashley Hall, John Huh, Kodai Ichihara, Ian Keenan, Jbe' Kruger, Anirban Lahiri, Morten Orum Madsen, Garth Mulroy, Steven O'Hara, Juvic Pagunsan, Ted Potter, Jr., Aaron Townsend, Manuel Trappel, Grant Veenstra, and Dale Whitnell.

A further 12 players were appearing in their first Open Championship: Matthew Baldwin, Keegan Bradley, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Justin Hicks, Troy Kelly, Troy Matteson, James Morrison, Scott Pinckney, Chez Reavie, Michael Thompson, Johnson Wagner, and Sam Walker.

Notable absences included Mark O'Meara (who had appeared in the previous 17 Opens) and Henrik Stenson (who had appeared in the previous seven).

The field was made up of the following nationalities: Argentina (3), Australia (13), Austria (1), Belgium (1), Brazil (1), Canada (1), Denmark (4), England (21), Fiji (1), France (2), Germany (2), India (2), Ireland (1), Italy (1), Japan (8), Netherlands (1), Northern Ireland (5), New Zealand (1), Philippines (1), South Africa (14), Scotland (6), Singapore (1), South Korea (4), Spain (7), Sweden (5), Thailand (2), U.S.A. (46) and Wales (1).

Alternates
Where places are available to make up the full entry of 156, these additional places are allocated in ranking order from the Official World Golf Ranking. The alternates are allocated when it becomes clear that additional places are available (using the latest World Rankings), except that places allocated after the issue of Week 27 rankings (9 July) use those rankings.[27]

After the final qualifying events on 15 July there were 157 qualified players. The withdrawal of Robert Karlsson reduced the field size to the usual 156. Russ Cochran then withdrew and was replaced by Michael Thompson (ranked 56), as Ben Crane (ranked 54) chose not to travel.

Past champions in the field[edit]

Made the cut[edit]

Player Country Year(s) won R1 R2 R3 R4 Total To par Finish
Ernie Els  South Africa 2002 67 70 68 68 273 −7 1
Tiger Woods  United States 2000, 2005, 2006 67 67 70 73 277 −3 T3
Mark Calcavecchia  United States 1989 71 68 69 72 280 E T9
Louis Oosthuizen  South Africa 2010 72 68 68 73 281 +1 T19
Paul Lawrie  Scotland 1999 65 71 76 72 284 +4 T34
Pádraig Harrington  Ireland 2007, 2008 70 72 70 73 285 +5 T39
Tom Watson  United States 1975, 1977,
1980, 1982, 1983
71 72 76 73 292 +12 T77
John Daly  United States 1995 72 71 77 74 294 +14 T81

Source: [28]

Missed the cut[edit]

Player Country Year(s) won R1 R2 Total To par
David Duval  United States 2001 74 71 145 +5
Tom Lehman  United States 1996 73 72 145 +5
Stewart Cink  United States 2009 72 73 145 +5
Todd Hamilton  United States 2004 72 74 146 +6
Sandy Lyle  Scotland 1985 74 72 146 +6
Darren Clarke  Northern Ireland 2011 76 71 147 +7
Justin Leonard  United States 1997 75 73 148 +8
Ben Curtis  United States 2003 75 74 149 +9

Source: [28]

Round summaries[edit]

First round[edit]

Thursday, 19 July 2012

The weather conditions during the first day of the tournament turned out to be less harsh than expected, with very little wind and cloudy skies. Adam Scott made eight birdies and only two bogeys en route to a 6-under-par 64, tying the course record. Tiger Woods shot a 3-under 67, hitting all but one fairway in regulation.[29]

Place Player Country Score To par
1 Adam Scott  Australia 64 −6
T2 Nicolas Colsaerts  Belgium 65 −5
Zach Johnson  United States
Paul Lawrie  Scotland
5 Brandt Snedeker  United States 66 −4
T6 Ernie Els  South Africa 67 −3
Peter Hanson  Sweden
Graeme McDowell  Northern Ireland
Rory McIlroy  Northern Ireland
Toshinori Muto  Japan
Steve Stricker  United States
Bubba Watson  United States
Tiger Woods  United States

Second round[edit]

Friday, 20 July 2012

Some rain showers wet the course overnight and in the early morning hours, but the calm conditions continued into day two of the tournament. Brandt Snedeker fired a bogey-free round of 64 to vault to the top of the leaderboard, one shot ahead of Adam Scott, who shot 67. Tiger Woods, for the second straight round, only missed one fairway in regulation and shot another 3-under 67, including a holed green-side bunker shot for birdie on the 18th hole, to enter the weekend trailing the lead by four shots.

Tom Watson, at 62 years of age, set a new record as the oldest player to make the cut in the history of the Open Championship, beating his own record set in 2011.[30]

For the first time since 2003, no amateurs made the halfway cut.

Place Player Country Score To par
1 Brandt Snedeker  United States 66-64=130 −10
2 Adam Scott  Australia 64-67=131 −9
3 Tiger Woods  United States 67-67=134 −6
4 Thorbjørn Olesen  Denmark 69-66=135 −5
T5 Thomas Aiken  South Africa 68-68=136 −4
Jason Dufner  United States 70-66=136
Matt Kuchar  United States 69-67=136
Paul Lawrie  Scotland 65-71=136
Graeme McDowell  Northern Ireland 67-69=136
10 Ernie Els  South Africa 67-70=137 −3

Amateurs: Dunbar (+6), Trappel (+17).

Third round[edit]

Saturday, 21 July 2012

In the third round, leader Brandt Snedeker faltered by shooting a 73 (3-over-par) to move him down to a tie for second with Graeme McDowell, who rose up to second place with a score of 67 (3-under-par).[31] Adam Scott, who entered the round one stroke behind Snedeker, shot a 68 (two under par) to move to eleven strokes under par, retaking the lead from Snedeker.[31] Tiger Woods shot an even par of 70 to stay at six strokes under par, moving him to fourth place behind Scott, McDowell, and Snedeker.[31]

Anirban Lahiri scored the first hole in one of the Championship at the 9th hole.[32]

Place Player Country Score To par
1 Adam Scott  Australia 64-67-68=199 −11
T2 Graeme McDowell  Northern Ireland 67-69-67=203 −7
Brandt Snedeker  United States 66-64-73=203
4 Tiger Woods  United States 67-67-70=204 −6
T5 Ernie Els  South Africa 67-70-68=205 −5
Zach Johnson  United States 65-74-66=205
7 Thorbjørn Olesen  Denmark 69-66-71=206 −4
T8 Thomas Aiken  South Africa 68-68-71=207 −3
Bill Haas  United States 71-68-68=207
T10 Mark Calcavecchia  United States 71-68-69=208 −2
Matt Kuchar  United States 69-67-72=208
Louis Oosthuizen  South Africa 72-68-68=208
Bubba Watson  United States 67-73-68=208

Fourth round[edit]

Sunday, 22 July 2012

In the fourth and final round, leader Adam Scott got off to a poor start on the front nine holes by scoring a 36 (2-over-par), bringing his score to nine-under par.[4] Graeme McDowell, Brandt Snedeker, and Tiger Woods entered the round within striking distance of Scott, but each faltered and sank out of contention.[4] McDowell shot a 75 (five-over-par), and fell to a tie for fifth with Luke Donald.[4] Snedeker double-bogeyed the seventh and eighth holes, leading to a final round score of 74 (4-over-par), in a tie for third with Woods. Woods had trouble with a greenside bunker on the sixth hole, and triple-bogeyed the hole which he had birdied in each of the three previous rounds. Woods scored a 73 to put him into a tie for third with Snedeker.[4]

Despite starting the front nine holes with two bogeys, Ernie Els got back to even par for the round at the 12th hole and then birdied the 14th.[4] Scott also birdied the 14th but bogeyed the next three to leave him at 7-under, tied with Els, who birdied the final hole.[4] Scott put his tee shot into a bunker and had to exit sideways to the fairway. His third shot left him an 8-foot (2.4 m) par-saving putt to force a playoff, but it missed to the left. Els was bogey-free on the back nine with four birdies to card a 32 (−4) and win by one stroke.[4]

Place Player Country Score To par Money (£)
1 Ernie Els  South Africa 67-70-68-68=273 −7 900,000
2 Adam Scott  Australia 64-67-68-75=274 −6 520,000
T3 Brandt Snedeker  United States 66-64-73-74=277 −3 297,500
Tiger Woods  United States 67-67-70-73=277
T5 Luke Donald  England 70-68-71-69=278 −2 195,000
Graeme McDowell  Northern Ireland 67-69-67-75=278
T7 Thomas Aiken  South Africa 68-68-71-72=279 −1 142,500
Nicolas Colsaerts  Belgium 65-77-72-65=279
T9 Mark Calcavecchia  United States 71-68-69-72=280 E 79,600
Miguel Ángel Jiménez  Spain 71-69-73-67=280
Dustin Johnson  United States 73-68-68-71=280
Zach Johnson  United States 65-74-66-75=280
Matt Kuchar  United States 69-67-72-72=280
Alexander Norén  Sweden 71-71-69-69=280
Geoff Ogilvy  Australia 72-68-73-67=280
Thorbjørn Olesen  Denmark 69-66-71-74=280
Ian Poulter  England 71-69-73-67=280
Vijay Singh  Fiji 70-72-68-70=280

Scorecard[edit]

Final round

Hole   1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9    10   11    12   13   14   15   16   17   18 
Par 3 4 4 4 3 4 5 4 3 4 5 3 4 4 4 4 4 4
South Africa Els –5 –4 –4 –4 –4 –4 –4 –4 –3 –4 –4 –5 –5 –6 –6 –6 –6 –7
Australia Scott –10 –11 –10 –10 –10 –9 –9 –9 –9 –9 –9 –9 –9 –10 –9 –8 –7 –6
United States Snedeker –7 –7 –7 –7 –7 –7 –5 –3 –3 –4 –3 –2 –2 –2 –3 –4 –4 –3
United States Woods –6 –6 –6 –6 –6 –3 –4 –4 –3 –4 –4 –5 –4 –3 –2 –2 –2 –3
Northern Ireland McDowell –7 –6 –6 –6 –6 –5 –5 –6 –5 –4 –3 –3 –2 –2 –2 –3 –2 –2

Cumulative tournament scores, relative to par
Source:[33]

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  24. ^ "Local Final Qualifying: Southport & Ainsdale". scoring.theopen.com. Retrieved 3 July 2012. 
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External links[edit]

Preceded by
2012 U.S. Open
Major Championships Succeeded by
2012 PGA Championship

Coordinates: 53°44′58″N 3°01′05″W / 53.7495°N 3.018°W / 53.7495; -3.018