PGA Tour

Stallings wins at Torrey Pines

2014-01-27 07:36
Scott Stallings (AFP)

La Jolla - Scott Stallings erased a three-shot deficit and birdied the 72nd hole on Sunday to break out of the pack and win the US PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open.

None of them had to worry about a sneak attack from world number one Tiger Woods, an eight-time winner at Torrey Pines who stunningly missed the secondary cut after a third-round 79.

"This will be hard to swallow," Woodland said. "I felt like I kind of gave one away today."

Leading final-round scores on Sunday in the $6.1m US PGA Farmers Insurance Open (USA unless noted):

279 - Scott Stallings 72-67-72-68

280 - KJ Choi (KOR) 74-70-70-66, Graham DeLaet (CAN) 70-73-69-68, Jason Day (AUS) 66-73-73-68, Pat Perez 67-71-72-70, Marc Leishman (AUS) 66-71-72-71

281 - Charley Hoffman 69-70-75-67, Ryo Ishikawa (JPN) 72-70-69-70, Will MacKenzie 72-69-70-70

282 - Trevor Immelman (RSA) 68-74-71-69, Noh Seung-Yul (KOR) 68-73-72-69, Russell Knox (SCO) 71-67-74-70, Justin Thomas 68-73-72-69, Brad Fritsch (CAN) 69-70-72-71, Gary Woodland 65-73-70-74

283 - Hideki Matsuyama (JPN) 72-72-70-69, Keegan Bradley 69-72-71-71, Morgan Hoffmann 72-66-72-73

284 - Erik Compton 69-69-74-72, Robert Streb 73-69-70-72, Nicolas Colsaerts (BEL) 69-67-75-73, Jordan Spieth 71-63-75-75

285 - JB Holmes 71-68-75-71, Billy Horschel 70-67-77-71, Luke Guthrie 76-68-71-70, Bubba Watson 70-73-73-69, Rory Sabbatini (RSA) 74-68-69-74

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