Our leaderboard is loosely based on a format similar to the FedEx Cup. The system for the 2016 leaderboard rewards consistency, appearances and is also totaled in dollars (albeit imaginary ones). Unlike 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015, this year if you miss a round you get zero. For 2016, you are allowed 1 missed round and your final score is determined by your best 11 scores through a 12 round SOS season.
‘Earnings’ on SOS are loaded for Majors and special events. There are bonus dollars on offer for longest drive and closest to the pin ($25,000 each). Should you win both in the same round, your ‘bonus’ is doubled.
There are other ways to earn bonus points through various competitions and events during the year.
There are no count-outs on SOS, except for 1st and last. Otherwise the points are shared.
|1||Damian Murphy||$ 3,182,313|
|2||Ryan Bernberg||$ 3,163,750|
|3||Sean Mills||$ 3,159,525|
|4||Marcel Du Plessis||$ 2,989,621|
|5||Jason Stuart||$ 2,976,063|
|6||Andrew Hart||$ 2,936,938|
|7||Dwain Margro||$ 2,936,219|
|8||Louwrens Bardenhorst||$ 2,755,475|
|9||Ross Burl||$ 2,657,239|
|10||Ryan Hendry||$ 2,412,771|
|11||Greg Kilfoil||$ 2,409,698|
|12||Tarquin Clark||$ 2,393,625|
|13||Chris Caalsen||$ 2,133,919|
|14||Gareth Greensill||$ 1,873,500|
|15||Andrew Robertson||$ 1,683,000|
|16||Grant Moolman||$ 1,451,876|
|17||Neil Beaumont||$ 1,348,438|
|18||Nick Rebello||$ 1,294,938|
|19||Denzil Jooste||$ 1,216,100|
|20||Dale Van Der Merwe||$ 748,813|
|21||Richard Lay||$ 709,000|
|22||Andrew Richards||$ 687,250|
|23||Richard Gaugeler||$ 269,750|
|24||Chad Campbell||$ 247,000|
|25||Mike Moolman||$ –|
|25||Darrel Hilton||$ –|
|25||Ian Maitland-Stuart||$ –|