2019 Leaderboard

2019 SOS Leaderboard

Our leaderboard is loosely based on a format similar to the FedEx Cup. The system for the 2016, 2017 and now 2018 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, 2017, 2018 and 2019, you are allowed 1 missed round and your final score is determined by your best 11 scores through a 12 round SOS season.

Bonus Points

‘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 which add to your earnings on the SOS leaderboard.

There are no count-outs on SOS, except for 1st and last. Otherwise the points are shared.

Position Name Surname Points
1 Ryan Bernberg  $ 2,157,604
2 Matt McNulty  $ 2,147,688
3 Dwain Margro  $ 1,992,188
4 Chris Caalsen  $ 1,914,688
5 Andrew Richards  $ 1,855,000
6 Tarquin Clark  $ 1,616,000
7 Jason Stuart  $ 1,570,470
8 Greg Schluep  $ 1,530,375
9 Andrew Hart  $ 1,497,188
10 Chris Williams  $ 1,484,032
11 Ryan Hendry  $ 1,348,282
12 Kyle van As  $ 1,289,188
13 Dave Martin  $ 1,264,500
14 Giulio Nolli  $ 1,208,625
15 Sean Mills  $ 1,167,136
16 Grant Moolman  $ 1,106,250
17 Dale van der Merwe  $ 1,097,094
18 Denzil Jooste  $ 1,017,594
19 Greg Kilfoil  $     945,625
20 Andrew Robertson  $     904,500
21 Bjorn Hahmann  $     819,125
22 Louwrens Badenhorst  $     747,344
23 Damian Murphy  $     670,313
24 Neil Beaumont  $     477,500
25 Gary Rodrigues  $     400,000
26 Leeroy Morrison  $     307,500
27 Brett Rogers  $     295,000
28 Nicholas Rebello  $     243,750
29 Myles Waldeck  $     225,000
30 Wayne Rodrigues  $     181,250
31 Ian Maitland Stuart  $     174,167
32 Kevin van den Hurk  $     161,719
33 Ross Burl  $     161,250
34 Richard Lay  $     160,313