2009 Kiwi Challenge
Taking the trophy
Outlasting fellow American Sean O'Hair in a playoff, Anthony Kim won the second Kiwi Challenge title despite making a bogey on the first extra hole.
Coming up just short
A 3-under 69 put Sean O'Hair into a playoff at the Kiwi Challenge, but he ran into trouble in extra holes. His double bogey let Anthony Kim off the hook for his bogey, and O'Hair finished in second place.
From first to last
Shooting a 72 in the second and final round of the Kiwi Challenge, Camilo Villegas finished in last place during the 2009 tournament.
A $2 million purse was up for grabs at Cape Kidnappers, with $1 million going to the Kiwi Challenge winner.
There wasn't a cloud in the sky as the four golfers competed in the second round of the Kiwi Challenge. On Nov. 12, 2009, Anthony Kim shot a 5-under 66.
Bridge to somewhere
Spectators followed the golfers by crossing a bridge above a ravine at Cape Kidnappers on Nov. 12, 2009.
Swinging for it
When play was stopped on the first day of the Kiwi Challenge, Sean O'Hair shared the lead with Camilo Villegas at 2-under.
Defending champion Hunter Mahan was in last place -- six strokes off the lead -- when play was halted in the first round on Nov. 11, 2009.
Focused on the ball
Camilo Villegas of Colombia tees off on the fifth hole during the first round of The Kiwi Challenge.
Wind gusts of up to 50 miles per hour forced first-round play to be halted on Nov. 11, 2009 in Napier, New Zealand. Sean O'Hair's hat was even blown off his head and into the ocean at one point.
Weather problems plagued Anthony Kim and the other golfers on Nov. 11, 2009 at Cape Kidnappers in New Zealand.
In 2008, the first year the Kiwi Challenge was contested, Hunter Mahan (pictured) beat out Anthony Kim, Brandt Snedeker and Adam Scott.
Greens and blues
The players walk up the sixth fairway during the first round of The Kiwi Challenge at Cape Kidnappers on Nov. 11, 2009.
In the rough
Anthony Kim got out of some trouble on the fourth hole during the first round of the Kiwi Challenge.
Up at dawn
Green keepers work at sunrise to prepare the course for The Kiwi Challenge in New Zealand.